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Tamim

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Getting real skin heads on a drum........
« on: June 19, 2015, 12:20:15 PM »
Dear Learners,

Have a look here...

By getting real skin heads on a drum that you are not used playing or have never played is overkill this my opinion. You have just get a ceramic drum with a synthetic head and you'll be just fine really. It's a perfect first Doumbek; no need to be a purist. You don't have to worry about tuning ..... and with a sythetic head, there's no tuning going out due to weather conditions as well.

However, while marker may be providing truthful information, I think it's too much to think or worry about for a beginner Doumbek player. I am agree with him about getting a teacher ..... at least to learn your basic strokes and technique for being expert.


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Tamim



andemarry

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Re: Getting real skin heads on a drum........
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2015, 03:39:03 AM »
Hello,

This is a wonderful earliest Doumbek; a lot manifest as a purist. You will not are worried about tuning obese a good sythetic venture, there's certainly no tuning chilling out as a consequence of climatic conditions in the process.  :)

Despite the fact that marker may very well be giving you straightforward material.  :D

It is my opinion it is actually excessively to reflect or simply are worried about for that inexperienced Doumbek footballer. ;) ;)

Thanks.