Remo Infinity Mondo Djembe Choco Red 14 in.Product #H75651 Remo H75651 DWCD Djembes https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Ancient sound meets modern design and materials.
The Remo Infinity Mondo Djembe features amazing sound dimensions created by the warm, animal skin-like Mondo, Skyndeep Natural drumhead.
The life-like Goat Stripe Brown graphics add to the real animal look while the newly engineered key-tuned "Contour" brackets and Designers Touch Eco-grain finishes add comfort and style.
Remo djembes are inspired by the traditional drums of West Africa but use modern materials such as Acousticon shells and Remo film technologies to create a unique sound and look. They are the most user friendly djembes in the world and the choice for thousands of professional and recreational drummers. Remo's Mondo key-tuned djembes were named after the pre-tuned Mondo drumheads that changed the industry in 1993 by using Remo's Pre-tuned System technologies. 14" x 25".
Old World sound and feel in a tour-tough modern format.
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Comments about Remo Infinity Mondo Djembe:
I got it a week ago and it came well packaged.
This is a fantastic djembe. It has a really nice finish and the head is really attractive. People compliment it whenever they see it. It produces great low bass tones and nice ringing high slaps. I didn't have to touch the tuning, it came pretty much perfectly tuned in the box.
I should note, it doesn't seem to have the same level of bass output as the normal Remo djembes for some reason. I think it has something to do with the resin cloth on the outside of the shell. Also there are defects in the finish, it appears there were pulls in the fabric before it was resined and they are like lumps on the outside. It's quite minor but I'm anal and notice things like that more than I should.
I bought this djembe becasue it appeared to be a better version of the normal Remo djembe and I have self confidence among other drummers, haha. One of the "features" was the lower profile lug mounts. I thought this was cool, however upon playing it I realized these are not as easy to grip with your knees while sitting. I always feel as though it might slip and fall while playing it. The original djembes have larger more obtrusive lug mounts that make this less of an issue.
Either way I'm happy. I prefer it to my other djembes if only for being different looking.