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I'm running djembe and latin percussion workshops in Wrecclesham, near Farnham from January onward.
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 Help with Djembe purchase suitable for kids!!!!

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kidjammers
Thu Jul 31 2008, 12:33AM Quote
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Location: United Kingdom
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Can anyone point me in the right direction?????
I have 4 boys who all play Djembe at school (All aged 5-8yrs)
After hearing them all play at a school presentation we would like to buy them one so thay can play/practise at home.
I really haven't a clue what size, type etc to even look at..... let alone buy!
I have spoken to the teacher...but he wasn't much help. Basically, I was told to get one that was wooden and constructed from a single piece of wood. Double stringed and with a good quality goat skin head that should measure approx 12 inches.
So if anyone can offer any on the best place to try/buy I would be most greatful!
One very confused parent
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kidjammers
Thu Jul 31 2008, 12:37AM Quote
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Sorry should have mentioned Essex/London area!!!!!
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KemperKan
Sun Sep 21 2008, 10:28AM Quote
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Hi man,

I've got some medium djembe from Mali that would be perfect for kids if you are still interested.

There are 2 types, depending on the rope, one at 90 and one at 120.

Let me know if you are still interested. You can get more info at www.kudadrums.com

Regards,

Pierre
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anitagorringe
Tue Aug 10 2010, 12:21PM Quote
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Hi, I know it's ages since your post...but if you're still looking for drums for children then contact Yaw Asumadu. He's got small, medium and large sized drums. All durable for children to use. yaw_asumadu@hotmail.com. I hope this helps.
Kind regards
Anita
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