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Good morning friends. Karen writes, as always and with me a delicious coffee.
Are you looking for a djembé% 100 Africano and that you can get in Mexico?
Here I have a very giant surprise, and that is that in TAMBORERIA we are not only dedicated to the content in our social networks. If you are new to our store let me tell you that you are in the right place, if we talk about drums we talk.
First of all we must know the origin of the Djembé. Obviously it is from Africa and what makes it so special is just that, animal skin native to Africa and most importantly, wood.
When buying a djembe you have to remember that you are buying the wood, and ...
The skin on this instrument works like the strings on a guitar, they are changeable as many times as necessary. However, if we buy a good wood the djembé will last for a very long time.
You should look more at wood than on skin, design or ropes.
And I have very good news ... In the Tamboreria we have 2 djembés that are 100% Africans with an Acajou wood originally from Africa, precisely from Mali.
And it's not about showing off, but they have an exquisite sound ...
As you can see, its price is $ 7,000 pesos, it is a great price for an original djembe, and with animal skin, that means a lot because it is a life.
But ... Wait ... Just for this month February of 2019 You will receive a gift Ukulele from our store friends Ukuleleria
NOTHING MORE AND NOTHING LESS THAN THIS WONDERFUL COUPLE!
If you are interested in this incredible promotion, hurry up to order your djembe, we ship throughout the interior of the republic and if you are from Mexico City come as soon as possible for him.
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Having a Djembe is one of the best things that can happen to you in life, since in it you can find a friend, a passion and a way in which you can be really free.
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