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Djembe Bundles 6/10/11- Free Djembes & Shipping & Teachers Guides + Shipping - Pre-tuned 6-pack

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Pre-tuned 6-pack
Rope tuned 6-pack
Pre-tuned 10-pack
Rope tuned 10-pack
Pre-tuned 11-pack with Djun Djun
Rope tuned 11-pack with Djun Djun
$480
20+ in stock
  • Staple for classrooms - fun to play, great for any age
  • Colorful and study build, withstanding classroom rigors
  • Easy to play and teach with "how-to-play" graphics on drum head
  • Tactile playing surface gives an authentic feel
  • Well-rounded sound - booming bass, crisp slaps, and singing open tones
  • The perfect choice for classroom, home music making, music therapy, drum circles
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Economical packages for your classroom 

Chose from multiple bundles:

6-PACKS INCLUDE: three 8", two 10", and one 12" DJEMBES

10-PACKS INCLUDE: five 8", three 10", and two 12" SLAP DJEMBES - YOUR 5th 8" DJEMBE IS FREE!

11-PACK SPECIAL BUNDLES INCLUDE: one DJUN DJUN five 8", three 10", two 12" SLAP DJEMBES - YOUR 5TH 8" DJEMBE IS FREE!

BONUS - ALL BUNDLES INCLUDE 2 TEACHER GUIDES:

1) Slap Djembe Teachers Guide - K-8 10 weekly lessons & 12 rhythms 

2) Octopus Band Maiden Voyage - transform your classroom with music from around the world, arranged for Djembe, Ukulele, and Jumbie Jam 

The djembe is extremely versatile and has become one of the most popular hand drums enjoyed by players in every drumming environment.  The SLAP Djembe has a fantastic sound, is both affordable and lightweight (1 lb), and includes a clip-on strap that allows it to be played while standing or even marching.  These djembes are perfect for young children, seniors, music therapists or anyone simply wanting to have fun playing.

The durable, well-tuned synthetic drumhead stands up to the most rigorous use as well as being resistant to changes due to weather.  These features make the SLAP Djembe the perfect choice for a wide range of musical applications – classroom music, family music making, drum circles, music therapy, and individual players looking to supplement their current djembe collection.

Let's play together

As with all SLAP brand drums, the tactile playing surface provides an authentic feel and includes the innovative “how-to-play” graphics printed directly on the drumhead.  These show where the hands should strike to obtain a variety of sounds, making it effortless to create booming bass, crisp slaps, and singing open tones.  As one teacher put it “the graphics are a godsend when teaching the different sounds and tones of hand percussion.” 

The SLAP Djembe will enliven any musical performance both with its warm and powerful sound, and its colorful patterned exterior. Musicians and educators recommend this drum for introducing the joys of rhythm not only in the classroom but also in music therapy sessions, drum circles, or anywhere you feel like jamming.

Fun look, vibrant sound

The djembe produces a wide variety of sounds, making it the perfect choice to drive rhythm and energy, enhancing any musical style or performance.  The colorful pattern wrapped around the drum gives a fun and exciting look, inviting young students to learn and play.  Teachers appreciate the durable build and stable tuning, withstanding the rigors of the classroom.




The design on the drum head shows examples of hand positions that can be employed to obtain a fabulous variety of tones from the drum, from punchy bass to cracking highs. When you hit the skin, let your hand bounce back allowing the sound to ring.

The Bass

The best sound is achieved in the centre of the drum. Keep your palm flat and stiff and strike the drum firmly.

The Tone

Straighten all your fingers at the same time. There are numerous hand positions that can be used to create the tone. Think of your hand as a straight extension of your arm, and you should get a solid ‘thud’ sound.

The Slap

This stroke can be played in the same position as the tone, the difference is that one relaxes the hand and arm to hit the drum with a slap-like motion. Spreading your fingers out slightly when they strike the djembe helps create a crisp clear sound.

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