Leon Mobley Signature Series standard key-tuned djembe with 6 lugs. The Adinkra design printed on one of the new fabric finishes in Remo's DESIGNER'S TOUCH graphic arts line, gives this shell the look of hand painted wood. This beautifully designed Adinkra djembe exemplifies Leon Mobley's passion for playing the djembe as well as his deep rooted respect for the traditions of his ancestral Africa. He believes in Unity, Peace, and Passion for playing and shares his joy with the world, whether on stage with Ben Harper or in a drum circle. Remo djembes are based upon the traditional drums of the West African Mandingo people, originating from the great Mali Empire of the 13th and 14th century. In Africa, one of the Djembe's functions is as a healing drum. Remo Djembes are based on the same traditional Djembe tone and form combined with Remo's modern advances including a wide range of tuning systems, heads, finishes and sizes. REMO'S key-tuned djembe have had great success as the most user friendly djembe in the world. With
Remo Key-Tuned Djembe 12"X24" - Adinkra
We cannot accept returns or exchanges for printed or recorded material, didgeridoos*, replacement drum heads**, Build Your Own Cajon or Bongo kits and blemished drums.
If you decide not to keep the merchandise, you may ship it back to the warehouse, in the original carton with all accompanying packaging and paperwork. Returned items must be shipped back within ten days upon receiving RMA instructions.
When we receive the item in its original condition, we will refund the amount of the purchase, less shipping costs and re-stocking fee. The customer is responsible for return shipping costs.
*Kindly note there are no returns on Didgeridoos. Playing a didgeridoo requires the player to press their mouth against the instrument's opening and rolling their lips to produce the desired sound. Due to the nature of playing the didgeridoo we do not allow returns. Shipping damage does not apply.
**Returns or exchanges will not be accepted for replacement drum heads. Please double-check with the manufacturer of your instrument to ensure that you are purchasing the correct head for your drum.