The Udu drum originates from Nigeria. First used as a clay pot for carrying water, it was only played as a musical instrument by the women of the village. But today, it is the udu's various acoustical tones and temperament that is what modern musicians have come to love. These ceramic pot drums are so pretty, in fact, that they make wonderful decorations you're not playing them.
Rhythms Company Udu Drums
Rhythms Company drums have been re-engineered with special care taken to ensure the highest quality and authenticity of design. Instruments are made in California, tuned and manufactured in accordance with traditional methods used by tribal makers in West Africa. These classic udu drums come in three sizes in an array of colorful African designs and the copyrighted two-tone finish. Since the drums are handpainted, design and color may vary slightly from the picture. Doughnut ring included.
Udu Igbah drums:
The Udu Igbah is a formidable music making tool. In addition to the familiar percussion sounds, it produces many new sounds as well! The drum head is made from genuine goat or cow hide and can be played with a hand or mallet for special effects. Since the drums are handpainted, design and color may vary slightly from the picture. Doughnut ring included.
Steel Pan Drums
We occasionally have used steel drums available for sale. Please contact us.
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