This listing includes a single drum.
PLEASE NOTE: These drums are made, in part, with the hide of an animal. Sometimes the leather will have colorations that are not perfectly white. This is because it is a natural object, from nature, being used. The goat was not perfectly white. This does not mean the drum is bad or imperfect. Thanks! We love you.
Meinl 16" Wave Drum
Meinl 18" Wave Drum
Meinl 20" Wave Drum
Meinl 22" Wave Drum
The ocean covers 71% of our planet. It is formidable in its vastness, and mysterious in that much of it - despite James Cameron - remains unexplored. It holds countless species that have yet to be discovered. The waves when mellow can be instantly grounding for a person wishing to feel in touch with their environment, a relaxing bond is formed between human and nature. When violent, the waves inspire feelings of awe and terror and are a reminder of the ways of the planet and the power it holds over us.
This understanding and feeling of closeness with the earth is not directly available to all people, though the ocean is large, many of us do not have access to it. For those who are landlocked, or those who can't get enough of our giant water, the Ocean Drum is a cheaper alternative than a week-long seaside vacation. Ocean drums are filled with ball bearings, when tilted the bearings roll together from one end of the drum to the other recreating the soft crash of the tide. Allow yourself to be freed from dry, mundane earth, jump into a mental sea, and relax in the balance of water and land!
You can hold your wave drum like the earth holds the water with the Meinl Frame Drum Bags.
Via Meinl: "The Meinl Wave Drums create the soothing sounds of the surf, with a great new feature: we sealed the little steel balls between two drum heads, one synthetic and the other natural goatskin. This means you can choose between two completely different timbres within the same drum. A sealable filling port allows you to control the amount of steel balls inside."
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