Davul is a commonly used percussion instrument in the Turkish and Balkan folk music. Davul goes hand in hand with another instrument in Turkish culture, zurna. These two accompany and complete each other at weddings and other festive events.
Davul is a cylinder shaped, double headed percussion instrument. Is supported by the strings around the body and is played with suspensions on the shoulder. Player uses one stick and one wooden mallet to play the instrument. The mallet (tokmak) produces a deep and loud bass sound which is called “düm” and the stick produces a high-pitched sound which is called “tek”.
This davul comes with a good quality gigbag.
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