A traditional, african instrument in its origin, shekere / Djabara is nowadays widely used in Latin America, too. It is a dried and ...
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A traditional, african instrument in its origin, shekere / Djabara is nowadays widely used in Latin America, too. It is a dried and emptied gourd, with beads, seeds or small shells woven into a net all around it.
It is played by shaking it and hitting the lower, uncovered part of the gourd. Its sound is very loud and high-pitched. Generally used by women in traditional bands.
This model is a powerful one, with plastic beads to avoid breakage in the long run.
Diameter: 5,5" to 7"
Motifs and colour depend on the cratsman’s inspiration! So do not expect your shekere to be strictly identical to our photo.
Based on 2 reviews
Very good and beautiful product. Thank you (Translated review)
I am disappointed because the product received does not correspond to the photo. Indeed there is only a small turn of the pearl, and the sound is well affected. (Translated review)