Scratch and Dent Drums
Idiopan Tongue Drums
World Drums by REMO
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Natural Skin Drum Heads
Learning and Instruction
Props and Décor
2 Headed Drums
Drums with 2 playing heads. Damroo, Dholak, Hudak, Mridangam, Tabor, talking drum Tupan and more
The ashiko is a drum, shaped like a tapered cylinder (or truncated cone) with the head on the wide end, and the narrow end open. It is made of hardwood and generally has a goatskin hide.
Bongos were brought to South America from Africa during the slave trade era. Today, bongo drumming is synonymous with the Cuban music styles known as changui and son.
A cajón (Spanish is a "crate," "drawer," or "box") is a box-shaped percussion instrument originally from Peru, played by slapping the front face with the hands.
Nothing takes the place of a well played conga. Ah Ricky,...Take me back to the Club Babalu!
African style djembe (pronounced shem-Bay). Hand carved wooden shells with natural heads or synthetic shells with synthetic heads. We carry a djembe for everyone!
Doumbeks crafted from metal, ceramic, wood or synthetic materials for an amazing sound
What can we say? They’re drumsticks. You'll need lots to throw to the crowd!
The Drum Table is a unique piece of furniture that is playable as a drum. Stunning accent for any décor.
Frame Drums in dozens of styles: Shaman, Irish, Arabic, African….Frame drums are found worldwide.
This ceramic drum is definitely not a flower pot! Played by rapping on the outside while covering and uncovering the holes.
The Khamak Drum is used for rhythmic accompaniment. This instrument has one head that is resonated by plucking the string that is attached to it.
KIDS PERCUSSION by REMO
The REMO® Kid's Percussion Collection gives children exciting ways to make music and discover rhythm with their very own instruments.
The Log Drum is a simple hollow wood drum has a range of tones. For the sounds of the South Seas.
Lollipop Drums by REMO
Lollipop drums are easy to play frame drum that is based on a simple drum design that has been around since mankind’s earliest days.
Mallets and Beaters
Mallets & Beaters for a whole host of drums and percussion. Swing away!
The Nagada Drum is a 2-headed goatskin drum with handle and curved beater.
The Naker or kettle drums are sold in pairs with natural skin heads.
The Pakhawaj is a two headed drum widely used in North India as an accompaniment for various forms of music and dance performances.
The Pan Drum is an easy to play hand drum. Natural skin stitched to a ring on a wooden handle.
A traditional military drum with a long history. Renaissance style drums have a tension rims holding two head, and a snare on the bottom head.
Sound Shapes by REMO
Different sizes, different shapes, different colors different sounds: a box full of fun By REMO®.
Tabla Drums and Accessories
Indian Tabla Drums for students and professionals; If you love the traditional drums - try the electronic model.
The Tasha Kettledrum is a Bowl-shaped drum played with thin rods were first known in 10th century Arabia, the Crusaders brought these drums to Europe.
A tongue drum is a musical drum that has parts of the exterior cut, or slit, to provide for a certain sound when the user strikes a portion of the drum. Made of wood or steel.
Tubano by REMO
A modern drum designed by REMO®, free standing the sound is similar to a conga.
Tuning tools for Turkish and Egyptian Tambourine, Bodhrán, Turkish & Egyptian Doumbek, Tabla, Dholak, Nal, Djembe, Ashiko and Pandeiro
The drum is a member of the percussion group of music instruments, technically classified as the membranous. Drums consist of at least one membrane, called a drumhead or drum skin, that is stretched over a shell and struck, either directly with the player's hands, or with a drumstick or beater, to produce sound. Other techniques have been used to cause drums to make sound, such as the "Thumb roll". Drums are the world's oldest and most ubiquitous musical instruments, and the basic design has remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years. At Ethnic Musical Instruments.com you'll find a wide array of ethnic drums from the far corners of the world.