The 40cm Junior Djembe is a little pocket rocket of a drum; perfect for primary school aged children aged 4 – 8yrs. Its size, sound and durability make it a very popular drum to start them on their djembefola journey. It’s also very lightweight, so kids won’t have any trouble carrying it.
Check out the Kids Starter Pack – makes for the perfect original birthday or Christmas gift.
Drumming is a great workout for young minds (here’s just one article from the BBC) as well as something that no kid can resist, so if you’re looking for an instrument that they’ll love and really get something out of then don’t pass up djembe lessons.
Available in light or dark finish. Each drum is unique, so external carvings vary.
Skin………………… Goat skin
Suitable for…….. 4 – 8 yrs
Your drum comes with a free AD Drum Care and Tuning Guide.
*Please note that these are Indonesian djembes and are not eligible for our flat shipping rate promotion.
About our Indonesian Djembes
Produced by our team in Indonesia, offering quality djembes at affordable prices. We work closely with our suppliers and craftspeople to produce quality drums, based on our many years of experience in West Africa and here in Australia. We only offer drums we’re happy to play ourselves! Also, our Indo Series drums are covered under the same warranty as our top shelf African djembes, so you can shop with confidence. Your drum comes with a free African Drumming Drum Care and Tuning Guide.
– Hand carved from solid, sustainably-sourced mahogany.
– High tensile, nylon-core yachting rope that won’t slip – once tuned correctly, your drum will stay tuned longer, and need less ongoing maintenance.
– Natural goat skins, not irradiated or chemically treated, so they retain their natural oils, sound and durability.
– Well-rounded playing edge – our signature “Comfort Curve” – with rings and rope positioned perfectly for ease of play.
Check out our Indo range in action!
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