SD Bala Wood 36,5cm/12kgs

SD Bala Wood 36,5cm/12kgs

SKU: 20211222

Diameter: 36,5cm
Height: 62 - 64cm
Weight: 12 kgs

Rubber @ foot


The wood of these djembe shells has been pre-dried, and the wood that has been used is precious exotic wood (Lenke, Khare, Dugura, Djalla, Kolo Kolo) especially dedicated to the making of the djembe.


The bearing edge is filed to optimal playing comfort, and the goat skin covering it is selected according to strict selection criteria for thickness and are without blemishes.
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AWA Warranty System

We value quality instruments and we value quality service. That said, we recognize that skin breakage is one area of concern for our customers. We've all heard the stories about someone tuning their djembe just right only to have the skin break on them. This is a common occurrence that we have come to accept as part of the deal when it comes to these instruments. Generally speaking if a skin is going to break premature it will happen in the first 3 months. To compensate for this risk, AWA offers the following warranty.


AWA Series Djembe :
If skin breakage occurs within...

  • 0-1 MONTHS: 100% Repair Coverage. Customer pays all ship costs.


Mamady Keita’s Sig Series  -Sidiki Dembele Sig Series :
If skin breakage occurs within...

  • THE 1st MONTH: 100% Repair Coverage. Customer pays all ship costs.

  • THE 2nd MONTH: 75% Repair Coverage. Customer pays all ship costs.

  • THE 3rd MONTH: 50% Repair Coverage. Customer pays all ship costs.

These time frames are based on the date the drum was shipped.

Please note that our warranty is not an open door to tune your djembe beyond its capacity. Please keep in mind that all AWA Series djembes begin tuned exceptional tight and therefore each diamond added makes a significant difference in tuning. Tuning should always be done at a slow rate so that the skin can ease into the tension and become more elastic. One final note...all skins eventually break. This is natural and