The darbuka, also called tabla, is a hand drum shaped like an hourglass or goblet that is popular in Middle Eastern cultures. Often referred to as goblet drums, darbukas produce distinct sounds when musicians strike them with their palms or fingers.
Darbuka drumming is important to Middle Eastern folk music and enlivens parties and ceremonies. According to MidEast Web, darbukas often accompany belly dancing.
This darbuka is a basic model from the manufacturer Gawharet El Fan for children (15 cm skin diameter).... Learn More
This darbuka is one of the basic models of the famous Egyptian manufacturer Gawharet El Fan in its smaller 4 screws version.
Although this look is imitated by many other manufacturers darboukas the Gawharet El Fan models are constructed from an aluminum base much thicker than its competitors, which ensures a good sound resonance.... Learn More
This darbuka is one of the basic models of the famous Egyptian manufacturer Gawharet El Fan painted in white.... Learn More
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This Dohola comes from the latest collection of Egyptian manufacturer Gawharet El Fan. This darbuka Dohola is characterized by its height 48cm, 26cm of skin and a weight of 5 kg. The sound of the darbuka is very deep and usually serves as a rhythmic base for soloists.... Learn More
This darbuka Comfort Gawharet El Fan is one of the best seller of Manufacturer Gawharet El Fan. It is one of the finest models produced by Gawharet El Fan. Delivered with a bag, an extra spare and a key.... Learn More
Darbuka Comfort Danbura belongs to the Comfort range Gawharet El Fan. It comes with a bag, a skin replacement and a key. It is very popular for its oriental style and authentic look.... Learn More
Darbuka Comfort Pelegrina belongs to the Comfort range Gawharet El Fan. It comes with a bag, a skin replacement and a key. It is very popular for its oriental style and chic appearance.... Learn More