One of West Africa's best known instruments, the djembe has been used in countless songs throughout the years. The goblet shaped drum has an iconic sound rich in the lows and a ping in the highs.
An Afro-Cuban percussion instrument that is intended to be played as a pair. The larger drum plays a lower more solid tone, and the smaller drum plays a higher pitch sharper percussive tone.
The conga is a tall, narrow, single headed drum originating from Cuba. Used a great deal within Latin music. The conga can be played as a pair. The tumba plays a lower tone while the quinto plays the high tone.
A shallow drum with a metal casing originating in Europe as an adaptation of the timpani. Timbales sound much like a snare or tom but are tuned higher for a tighter more percussive sound.
An iconic drum originating from Ireland. Similar in design to a tambourine with it's own unique sound that instantly recognisable from Irish folk music.