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Elk Hand Drum Cherokee/Apache Made
Elk Hand Drum Cherokee/Apache handcrafted single-sided elk hide drums. These drums are created with pieced wood to form a tight octagon. The drums are covered in elk hide.
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Elk Hand Drum. We are happy to have these Cherokee/Apache handcrafted single-sided elk hide drums. These drums are created with pieced wood to form a tight octagon. The drums are covered in elk hide. Each drum comes with a beater, a Certificate of Authenticity, and drum care instructions.
9.25 in. dia x 3.5 in. deep
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DRUMS: The round form of the drum represents the universe and its steady strong beat is the pulse, the heart, the throbbing at the center of the universe. This sound stirs us and helps us to understand the mystery and power of all things.
DRUM CARE: Drums can be sensitive to humidity. Use reasonable care when storing your drum. If the drum becomes too tight, place a wet towel inside the drum for a short time, allowing the rawhide to absorb some moisture. Let the drum dry out. If the hide becomes warped and the tone of the drum becomes flat, you can place the drum in direct sunlight or, to speed the drying, place the drum in an open oven at a very low heat. Periodically massage a natural oil into the hide to help maintain the tone of your drum.