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Djembes user reviews

  • Tanga TDFIBD12-16LG

    Tanga TDFIBD12-16LG - Drums44's review
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    10/31/13

    I use it for more than two years, it was a gift so I did not choose for myself. What I like most: The very modern sound, and I love it! The bass is deep, beautiful. Tonics are hard to get over, they sound very "plastic", but are slammed super-stro…

  • Tanga IRO135S

    Tanga IRO135S - " Excellent!"
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    10/31/13

    A friend had lent me, I used it occasionally for 1 year. I played quite a djembe, and this one is really a killer! What I like most: The sound! The slammed are beautiful full, deep bass and tonics that sound good, not hard to get .. The ghost notes…

  • Remo DJEMBE Signature "Paulo Mattioli "

    Remo DJEMBE Signature "Paulo Mattioli " - Stoparach's review
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    08/26/09

    I use it for 9 years. It belonged to my teacher perceived. Always mounted with synthetic skin Pros: The brightness-slammed -Spectrum stands many other percussion -Tightening in key -Lightness Cons: -Lack some bass -Its a bit cold…

  • Kangaba DJEMBE PETIT

    Kangaba DJEMBE PETIT - rounard75's review
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    03/05/09

    I procured a djembe Kangaba after I inquired about the net and failing to find a distributor Wassoulou (brand discovered music fair in November 2008). I chose a small model for its practicality, light weight "relative" in relation to the bigger model…

  • No Name Djembe

    No Name Djembe - lonlevade's review
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    12/02/07

    I use this hammer for 2 years ... In the words of the rumor, the djembe from Mali are REALLY the best handmade djembe THE WORLD! Personally, my sister brought me directly in Mali, despite the trip (suffering), the percussion is sometimes the same hom…