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DJEMBE + AFRICAN PERCUSSION BUNDLE

$120.00 
If you think the African Percussion collection was a great party ice breaker, wait till you add an authentic Ghanaian Djembe. Boomshakalaka!
Now you can really start a band.

You get Ghanain Djembe/Ankle Shaker/Tambourine/Claves/Cowbell x 2 (more cowbell)/Kiss Kass  (That's value in any language!)

 


Availability: 5 in stock

DETAILS

Nicky Bomba picked out his favourite percussion bits and bobs and made them into a bundle just for Transmitter!

Some details about each product:

Ankle Shakers

Approximate Dimensions (L x W x H): 10cm x 7cm x 6cm. Suits most wrist and ankle sizes.

Tambourine

Crafted from sustainably sourced plantation timber.
Size: 3 x 12 x 21cm

Kiss Kass

Medium: 7cm x 7cm x 15cm

Hand woven from elephant grass in Northern Ghana.

Please note that as these are handmade no two Kiss Kass shakers are identical. Pictures are provided for reference; colours vary

Claves

A pair of premium redwood clave; simple percussive sticks with a sweet melodic tone.

Dimensions: 15 x 3cm

Cowbell

A spin off on the popular Gangokui Double Bell (Agogo), these handmade African cow-bells have one “body” with an internal metal clanger.

Origin: Togo

Medium (Mid pitch): ~25cm tall

SHIPPING

1-3 business days to ship

Shipping Time:

Allow 5-7 business days because Australia Post is Australia Post and they like to take their time

RETURNS

OUR POLICY

We get it, you might have been up at 3am and don't even remember buying it along side the kebab you were eating while making the order. Or maybe you got it for a present and they were like hmm I really wanted that Aplle watch instead so contact us and we can organize a replacement, exchange or refund, no problems!

Just a little heads up...

If the box is damaged, or if the item is used, then a 20% restocking fee may apply. We do not cover return shipping for change of mind purchases. Fair enough right?

For all other questions like "It's not working!" or "How can I return this please?" click here