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  Aconga Drums and Percussion by Wildwood Instruments - Ashikos
With a goatskin head, the ashiko can have a crisp, sharp sound much like a djembe.
All ashikos have African style tuning system made with high strength, low stretch rope.
Ashikos have a wonderful deep bass, clear mid-tones and a crackling slap.
www.wildwoodinstruments.com /Ashiko.htm   (196 words)

  
  ASHIKOS & TALKING DRUMS
Ashiko rope tension with two wooden shell and matching rope, natural skin head with fur.
Ashiko rope tension with white wood shell and matching rope, natural skin head with fur.
Ashiko rope tension with two wooden shell with powder coated hardware and chrome plated rods, natural skin head.
www.pmhonline.com /html/ashikos_&_talking_drums.htm   (62 words)

  
  Ashiko
An ashiko is a kind of Drum shaped like a truncated cone and meant to be played with bare hands.
The ashiko drum is played throughout sub-Sarahan Africa and the Americas.
Some consider the ashiko to be male and the djembe female.
www.infoweb.co.nz /ashiko   (61 words)

  
 Ashiko and Cajon Djembes On Sale
Part of the djembe family, the ashiko is an ethnic drum shaped like a truncated cone and meant to be played with bare hands.
The ashiko drum is played throughout sub-Saharan Africa and the Americas.
In eastern Cuba, it is known as boku and is played during carnivals and street parades called Comparsas.
www.x8drums.com /cajon-djembe-ashiko-s/90.htm   (143 words)

  
 'Drums of Passion' - Life & Arts
Taiwo is one of the few remaining master ashiko drummers in the United States.
Taiwo, who was born in Washington, D.C., and moved to Austin in September, is one of the prominent figures in the history of African and Afro-Cuban drumming in the United States.
Ashiko is traditionally played with three drums of various sizes, the largest being the mother of the family.
media.www.dailytexanonline.com /media/storage/paper410/news/2006/03/29/LifeArts/drums.Of.Passion-1763154.shtml?norewrite200611251555&sourcedomain=www.dailytexanonline.com   (1568 words)

  
 The ashiko drum is a single headed drum
Ashiko drums were originally developed in the 19th century.
Ashiko drums are constructed with staves, similar to many barrels.
Ashiko drums offered here are made of rosewood from Pakistan and mango wood from India.
hightideimports.com /SubFolders/Ashiko_Drums.htm   (178 words)

  
 Ashikos | Morgan Drums
Morgan Drums Ashikos are hand-crafted from kiln-dried Wisconsin hardwoods and exotic African woods, allowing them to be lightweight and portable, yet giving deep "window-rattling" bass, cracking slaps, and singing tones.
Ashikos are rope-tuned with "diamond" lacing, a traditional Mali drumweave.
The Ashiko is a long, conical hand drum of staved construction, similar to the N'goma drums of Nigeria.
www.morgandrums.com /ashiko.html   (139 words)

  
 Welcome to Djembe-L FAQ | The History of the Ashiko
The Ashiko is also a straight-sided drum; one of the many different types of drums indigenous to the Yoruba people.
An ashiko is probably invariably made using power saws and expensive, machine-made hand tools not available to the African craftsman.
Ashiko drums (not cone-shaped drums) came to the U.S. in 1933 when Nigerian (Igbo people) Moses Miannes came to play for the World's Fair.
www.drums.org /djembefaq/ashiko_history.htm   (1709 words)

  
 Drum Works by Chris - Handmade Percussion
Ashikos are an African handdrum which is tall and conical in shape.
I receive rough-carved ashiko shells made in Ghana from a solid piece of tweneboa wood, the same wood I use for most of my djembes.
Perfect for ashikos and djembes, these stands are welded from 3/8" steel rod, painted fl, with rubber feet.
www.drumworksbychris.com /ashikos.htm   (194 words)

  
 ashiko network management   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ashiko is here to help you solve your network problems.
Ashiko can also assist in the installation and configuration of network monitoring solutions within the client network.
Ashiko recommends the use of encryption with appropriate algorithms and key lengths to protect data in transit.
www.ashiko.ca /services.php   (388 words)

  
 ashiko drums hand made by ashikodrum.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Ashiko Backpack Drums Handmade in the Southwest Instruments
Ashiko, a west African word meaning freedom, is a conical shaped drum meaning freedom.
The shell is constructed of wood slats (cedar or fl walnut) bound together with a quality waterproof, non-toxic wood glue.
The head is fastened onto the shell in a traditional cross stitch pattern using a high grade, non-stretch mountain climbing cord.
www.southwestcuisine.com /backpack_drum.htm   (323 words)

  
 Ashiko World Musical Instruments The Ashiko drum is an African style drum. The traditional wood from Africa which is ...
Ashiko drums offered here are made of rosewood in Pakistan or made of mango wood in India, providing a drum which is resistant to cracking due to humidity changes.
Ashiko African Drum, Medium, 12 inch x 24 inch, rosewood engraved with floral design, rings and cord tuning for goatskin head, and natural hair on drum head rim.
Ashiko African Drum, Large, 14 inch x 27 inch, rosewood engraved with floral design, rings and cord tuning for goatskin head, and natural hair on drum head rim.
www.worldmusicalinstruments.com /MusicalInstrumentList.asp?CategoryID=116   (2651 words)

  
 Ashikos
ASHB 9"x21" ashiko This 'basic, no frills' drum is targeted to the beginner.
ASH9 9"x21" ashiko This drum has similar characteristics as the 8" ashiko, with a little deeper, less throatier Base.
The mama ashiko is a very enjoyable drum to play.
members.tripod.com /richreddrums/ashikos.htm   (551 words)

  
 Sol Ashiko Drums
conga bongo tambora african cajon bata talking ashiko
The Ashiko drum is indigenous to southwestern Nigeria.
It has Guiro lines on the bottom for added effect and the compact pulling system makes it a great sounding and practical instrument for the professional or for the drum gathering.
www.soldrums.com /ashiko.html   (61 words)

  
 John Stone Fitness: Sporting Goods: Ninja Ashiko Foot Spikes (pair)
Usually used in tandem with "Tiger Claw" hand spikes, Ashiko [or just "foot spikes"] are a complimentary tool for scaling malliable surfaces [such as wood or clay structures].
These reproductions utalize a "U" shaped metal band that incorporates cord and spikes to hold the instrument to the foot- the difficult part being that the way they are to be tied on to remain in place can be confusing or impossible if the correct footwear isn't utilized.
In this instance, ashiko are an incredible learning tool for the aspirant ninja pupil to learn and understand how strong and resiliant the Shinobi warriors of their time had to be!
www.johnstonefitness.com /store/shop.php?c=sports&n=4200551&i=B0002GSJQE&x=Ninja_Ashiko_Foot_Spikes_pair   (543 words)

  
 Jay Cat Handcrafted Ashiko Drums- West African Style Ashiko Drums handmade in Vermont
Ashiko drum shells have been made using Vermont-harvested Cedar.
Ashiko drums are available in "Natural" or stained finishes.
I took one off his hands and I can't even begin to describe the craftmanship that these drums have in addition to their incredible sound.
www.jaycatdrums.com /outside.htm   (86 words)

  
 Djembes and African Drum Accessories - Ashiko Drums
High Life is a blend of West African rhythms and European influence and results in a powerful dance music common in Ghana and eastern Nigeria.
In Cuba the Ashiko is known as the Boku and is played during carnivals and street parades.
Some consider the Ashiko to be male and the Djembe female.
www.wwdrums.com /ashiko-drums-c-42.html   (119 words)

  
 Ashiko Hand Drum
Others say that the ashiko came not out of a scarcity of drum-building materials, instead the ashiko is another example of African creativity and acoustic design.
However, pine or cedar can be used to make an ashiko, even scrap pallet wood could be used to make a drum.
Most ashiko drums have a head approximately 12-14 inches across and are 24 -26 inches tall.
www.nfdc.net /home/cbdb/Ashiko.htm   (9494 words)

  
 PlatzPercussion.com - Ashiko
Ashiko drum: similar to drums found in many parts of Africa and the Caribbean, such as the bonkó, enchemiyá, and the bokú (also found in Cuba).
The sound is beautifully balanced and strong with a sustained tone.
The ashiko drum possesses a richness and subtlety that pleases both beginners and advanced players.
www.platzpercussion.com /pages/drums/Ashiko.htm   (204 words)

  
 Ashiko Drums   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An Ashiko drum is a drum shaped like a cone and is played with bare hands.
Some say the Ashiko drum is the male drum and the Djembe drum the female drum.
Each Ashiko drum we offer is made in Pakistan and is rosewood.
easterndrum.com /Ashiko_Drums.htm   (250 words)

  
 Full Circle Drums - Ashikos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The largest ashiko has a 12" head; it's a large drum with a large sound.
The medium sized ashiko is similar in shape to the large but has much higher pitched tones and a clear resonant bass and a slap that attacks.
The Mini Ashiko is definitely a child pleaser.
www.fullcircledrums.com /ashikos.html   (118 words)

  
 Ashiko heads - Ashikos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Ashiko is a hand drum shaped like a tapered cylinder, with the head on the wide end and the narrow end open.
The ashiko is a cone shaped drum traditionally built with wooden staves, and with a goat skin head laced onto it with ropes.
The Ashiko is headed with a thin cow skin.
finderssite.com /fdst/ashiko-heads.htm   (1432 words)

  
 Ashiko   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Ashiko are spiked claws that are worn on the feet.
The weapon is strong iron fingernails that are fastened into leather bands fitted on the fingers, and resembled claws (not like that of of the shuko, ashiko) and are also dipped in poisons.
The Yari is typically 5 feet long with a 6 inch blade and the handle often contained a hidden chain or knife.
www.bright.net /~amitakum/ninjutsu/weapons   (2115 words)

  
 Ashiko Drums, Djembe Drums, African style drums, highly skilled, hand crafting of great-sounding drums. Goatskin heads, ...
Ashiko Drums, Djembe Drums, African style drums, highly skilled, hand crafting of great-sounding drums.
Goatskin heads, 10 inch heads, 12 inch heads, maple wood, fl walnut, red elm, bubinga, and yellow heart wood make these drums excellent and superb.
Photo copyright violations pursued to full extent of law.
www.livingbeing.com /africandrums.htm   (257 words)

  
 Dancing Hand Ashiko
Dancing Hand Ashiko's is a local manufacturer of quality hand drums and in particular the staved ashiko's which are gaining in local popularity due to their overall tonal qualities as well as beautiful workmanship.
Dancing Hand Ashiko's would like to introduce our drums to you so that you may see what we have to offer.
We have compiled a simple catalog for your perusal and would be happy to schedule an appointment with your purchasing agents so that you may hear, feel and see our drums personally.
www.peaceconspiracy.org /ashiko/intro.html   (354 words)

  
 Jay Cat Handcrafted Ashiko Drums- West African Style Ashiko Drums handmade in Vermont
They were originally developed in the 19th century as a means of conserving Wood - Ashikos are constructed with staves, similar to many barrels.
Ashiko drums have a remarkable tonal range - deep, resonant Bass tones and crisp, clean High tones.
Anyone looking for a new drum should seriously consider Jay's Ashikos.
www.jaycatdrums.com   (123 words)

  
 Drums & Percussion On-Line Drum Shop - Remo Ashiko from Atlanta Pro Percussion
Developed in conjuction w/ World percussion authority Aurthur Hull as a modern design that captures the spirit and tonality of authentic West African drums.
Incorporating traditional rope tensioning and his "Triple-Bump" technology for smoother playing, easier tuning and increased bass response, Arthur Hull's new Signature Series Ashikos combine traditional West African designs w/ modern technological innovations.
RE-AK-2010-AH Remo Ashiko - Arthur Hull Rope Tension 20x10, West African Stripe
www.atlantapropercussion.com /DOTWpages/catalogpages/remoafashiko.html   (256 words)

  
 Ashiko - Dulcimer Shofar
What can I do if my natural skin drum head is affected by heat and humidity?
A skin without hair produces a crisper sound with higher pitches.
These are all rope tuned (unless you have a tunable model which uses a tuning wrench) and the heads are tightened by tightening the rope.
www.dulcimershofar.com /Ashiko-sp-4.html   (283 words)

  
 Ashiko African Drum Djembe
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