Emin Premium Dohola Ceramic Darbuka - Medium Bass Goat Skin #033
- Goat skin on top
- Medium bass Dohola
- Material: Ceramic, Clay
- Height 19.65" (50 cm)
- Skin diameter: 9.82" (25 cm)
- Free Soft case
This professional Dohola ceramic darbuka has been made for Arab Instruments by the famous maker Emin. As always we bring you our masterpiece clay doumbek made by a well known reputation potter Emin. Each darbuka made in his workshop represents a work of art with unique appearance and impeccable sound!
When Emin build this darbuka, he uses the highest ceramic material and have picked the right goat skin which will fit perfectly to the drum. Each of every part in this clay darbuka is hand made and has been done with love and care.
This darbuka is at a Dohola medium bass size and will be great for any professional performance. You will get this darbuka with a warming light device and a professional soft case free of charge.
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This is an amazing instrument. It is a sheer pleasure to play. The combination of natural components (ceramic & goat skin) produce a resounding doum and sharp tek's & ka's. My only dilemma is that I'm playing the Dohola more than the 'Sombati Plus' drum I recently purchased from your company. Both are top quality instruments.