* Find out how to Tune and Re-skin Djembe's and Dunduns at Inibara's Site, support in english, french, japanese and dutch.
* How to Make, Tune, Repair or De-bug Djembes and Ashikos, you can find out on the
Djembe-L FAQ, as well as how to Repair and Re-head Congas and Framedrums.
* Making, Maintaining and Tuning a Surdo is explained on the San Diego World Drum Page.
How to
Make an Okedo-Daiko Drum is also explained on this page. Sonic site!
* For Making other Taiko Drums, visit the Taiko Resource.
* If you would like to Make a Steeldrum / Steelpan, visit the Steel Pan Handbook.
* A clear guide on how to Make, Tune or Maintain Bodhrans, you find at Brent Santin's Site
* Making Log Drums can be done with a thick piece of bamboo, which you can get from a garden centre. Find pieces of different length and diameter.
You can make a version with two or more pieces, where you have at least two bamboo knots in the middle. On these knots, you tie the pieces together with rope. Make slits on either side, experiment how far and broad you cut them, but take it easy; the sound depends on these slits.
You can also make one with a single piece of bamboo. Then you make the slits on either side at different length and width. Make sure there is at least one bamboo knot in the middle.
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