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  1. Meinl Headliner Djembe Djembe
    Your Price $79.99
    Good Condition
    Twin Cities, MN
  2. Miscellaneous DJEMBE Djembe
    Your Price $79.99
    Good Condition
    Twin Cities, MN
  3. Miscellaneous Djembe Djembe
    Your Price $249.99
    Good Condition
    Sherman Oaks, CA
  4. Overseas Connection Djembe Djembe
    Your Price $99.99
    Good Condition
    Cherry Hill, NJ
  5. Toca Hand Percussion Djembe
    Your Price $79.99
    Good Condition
    Lincoln, NE
  6. Toca MINI DJEMBE Djembe
    Your Price $24.99
    Good Condition
    Ocean, NJ
  7. Remo Miscellaneous Djembe
    Your Price $199.99
    Good Condition
    N. Olmsted, OH
  8. Remo Djembe Djembe
    Your Price $329.99
    Good Condition
    Syracuse, NY
  9. Meinl Headliner Djembe 12" Djembe
    Your Price $109.99
    Good Condition
    Nashua, NH
  10. Remo Arthur Hull Standing Djembe Djembe
    Your Price $249.99
    Good Condition
    N. Fayetteville, AR
  11. Remo Djembe PAULO MATTIOLI Djembe
    Your Price $224.99
    Good Condition
    Oklahoma City, OK
  12. Toca Carved Djembe
    Your Price $109.99
    Good Condition
    Jacksonville, FL
  13. LP LPA632-sw Djembe
    Your Price $169.99
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    Sacramento, CA
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About Djembes:

The djembe features a goblet-shaped shell, with a cylindrical sound chamber at the base of a bowl. It’s often constructed with a wooden, synthetic or composite shell. Traditional wood djembe construction is labor intensive, and requires that the drum be carved by hand from a single piece of wood. The djembe features a rope-tuned rawhide head that’s traditionally untreated goatskin, though synthetic heads have become more popular as they are more able to accurately reproduce authentic tones.

The djembe produces a wide variety of sounds, making it one of the most versatile drums. It’s also very loud, and can be heard clearly as a solo instrument over a large percussion ensemble. According to the Bamana people in Mali, who are credited with the drum’s development, the name “djembe” comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé," which translates to "everyone gather together in peace.”

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