Kpanlogo Drum – Ghana
A key element to the Ewe Tribe dance and music!!!
This conga-shaped drum is traditional in Ghana, where it is used extensively to accompany the kpanlogo dance of the Ewe tribe. It is made with a variety of skins, each giving it a unique sound quality. Ours is covered with cow skin, but sometimes it is made with antelope or goat skin. You can raise the drum off the floor with your legs as you play it, changing the tone considerably. As with other drums, you can play deep bass tones, open tones near the edge of the drum, or even “slaps. 5-6-peg tuning system.
Size Available: One Size