Master Series 15″ Guinea Djembe – Tonka

AU $1,300.00

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One incredible drum – an absolute monster!
To start with it’s huge and it’s all pure heartwood lenke – 15″ of it.
Symmetry is immaculate and shell width perfect.
It handles the thicker yearling (cow) skin easily.
Sound wise …it’s unique. Tones are rich as you’d expect and the slaps have bit – watch the video!

Country: Guinea  //  Wood: Heartwood Lenke  //  Diameter: 15.5″
Height: 64cm  //  Weight: 13kg  //  Skin: Medium thick yearling

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Use the code hardwood at checkout to receive free shipping (excludes wholesalers).

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About the Shell
This Master Series Djembe is hand carved from Lenke timber. Lenke is a premium djembe timber, striking the balance between density and weight. Often referred to as the spiritual wood, lenke is typically orange or deep yellow in colour and offers great projection and the full tonal range of sound. It is well-suited to bigger drums and often produces powerful bass.

About the Hide
Our Yearling skins come from younger Australian cows, aged 7-9 months. With a similar richness to full grown cow, but at thicknesses much better suited to djembe. They are harder on the hands than goat, so are better suited to players with developed technique. We take care to find the best hide for the shell to maximise its dynamic range.

We offer LIFE LONG TUNING on every Master Series Djembe bought from us. Just drop your drum in to our St Kilda shop and we’ll do our best to crank it on the spot for you. You can also pick it up at a later date. We’ll even give you advice on how to best look after your drum!

Comes complete with an AD Drum Care and Tuning Guide to help you get the most play out of your drum.


We recommend using good quality headphones for all our sound grabs – they’re recorded at high fidelity for your listening pleasure!


You’re welcome to call us on (03) 9525 3073 or email us [email protected]

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