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This Gibraltar Pro Djembe Stand - Top Section allows you to attach a djembe to any percussion setup. This allows you to play without having to sit down and can allow for yet another sound to your setup.
Gibraltar Lightweight Djembe Stand FEATURES
Gibraltar Pro Djembe Stand- The strongest djembe stand on the market- The best option for heavy hitters- Fully adjustable- Telescopic boom arm
Heavy Duty Djembe Stand
While one hand rubs the internal bamboo shaft with a moist cloth, the other hand controls the pressure of the head, thereby changing the pitch of the tone.
The Steely II Djembe stand features all of the same designs as the Steely II Conga stands. It can be adjusted to accommodate various djembe sizes using three spacers and is fully height adjustable. It is perfect for drum circles and other street percussion activities.
The Meinl Travel Djembe Stand features a lightweight construction and collapsible design that makes it ideal for transport.
The MEINL Djembe Stand was designed to firmly hold any djembe in the traditional playing position. A nylon strap is secured around the drum and two rubber padded u-shaped hooks slide into the bottom of the shell. It can be angled, and is fully height adjustable.
Hide-Away Djembe Stand
Remo Lightweight Djembe StandDjembe floor stand lets your drum sing loudly in any size drum circle.
Remo Djembe StandRemo’s djembe stand uses a heavy duty double brace collapsible stand and unique padded plate where drum seats and is secured with a nylon belt. This stand is adjustable to various heights and angles and come with a convenient memory lock. The small stand also accommodates Remo 10” doumbek.
The Toca Pro Djembe stand securely holds any rope-tuned or mechanically tuned djembe with an adjustable angle, allowing you to play it flat or in the traditional manner. The stand is height adjustable to accommodate both seated and standing players. The neck of the djembe is placed in the adjustable c-clamp at the bottom of the stand, and two adjustable nylon straps wrap around the top and bottom of the drum, snugly holding the djembe in place. The tripod base adds stability to stand up to the most energetic performances.