We rarely find that our favorite djembe drums / jimbe drums are damaged in the form of broken skin or damage to the jimbe membrane. There are various causes that make the drum jimbe on the membrane or the skin of the jimbe / djembe skin damaged. among others, the causes of the damage were as follows:
natural / congenital damage to djembe drums: that this damage is caused by the condition of the djembe purchase from the start. or you can say the quality of the djembe drums. for example, because the problem of dryness in the wood is not so dry that it causes the wood to get wet and damage the skin of your favorite djembe drums. The indication of damage to this type is the skin color looks brownish and eventually natural holes
the second damage is caused by marks from the cut edges of the skin. sometimes due to inaccuracy it causes sharp incisions that are not visible but are scars. resulting in a small incision. for at the beginning of use it is not that significant, but over time it can cause the drums to become torn and widened due to frequent use
the next damage is due to the quality of the skin used is standard or below standard. the skin of the djembe / kendang jimbe is too thin or the jimbe drum has defects. with skin conditions like this will affect durability / use. because it is too often used or used, causing the skin to break and tear and not last long to play. so you must be ready to replace it again
the next damage is due to the element of intent / human error. maybe because accidentally your brother brought a sharp object and wrote or cut on the surface of your djembe drum. so get the wound on the skin of your djembe drums. the result is that your djembe drum skin is torn and broken and damaged and needs to be repaired so that it can return to normal. for the skin of jimbe drums is very prone and needs to be careful for each use. because the correct use is to use the hand to play not to slice
If something happens to your djembe like the things mentioned above?
“The cause of the skin of the jimbe drums is damaged and the place for the service of our djembe drums / jimbe drums sells Kendang Djembe / Jimbe drums with competitive price”
alternatives that can be done are: buy again if your budget allows, re-serviced by professional hands and the last is repair / repairs using the skills you have by looking at tutorials on YouTube or in cyberspace.
buy again. why buy again because you have more budget so you can afford to re-buy the djembe / jimbe drums according to the tastes and specifications you want.
re-serviced by professional hands. of course, this is the cost of shipping and service fees and it also depends on what damage occurs to your jimbe drum. Re-serviced by professional hands it will return your djembe drum to the standard musical instrument player / professional it deserves
and the third is hone your own skills in the skills of installing and assembling the djembe / drum jimbe. with something you need or replace. For example, the part that is damaged is the skin, what you need is a skin replacement. if you need to replace the rope then you need to change the rope you need how many kilos or how many meters. for example, what is damaged is the djembe body, what you need to replace is your djembe drum body
For those of you who need a djembe leather / jimbe leather or a djembe rope / jimbe strap. we help serve your needs at todje. serving various types of jimbe drum skin either from goat leather or plastic membrane leather. For further information services you can contact us