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Native American Log Hand Drums
Native American log hand drums intended to be used as drum circle drums or sweat lodge drums are authentic American Indian made. Buffalo drums, elk hide and deer skin drums as well as steer hide are very strong and superior in strength. For the most part, a double sided rawhide drum is preferred for sweat lodge drumming. The double sided buffalo hide drum for example is very popular because the thicker hides hold up better.
Anyone who lives in a humid climate will also have better results with double sided hand drums in general and log drums in particular keep their tone longer because the air inside the drum is protected from the atmosphere. Native American drums for sale online at discount prices represented by Cottonwood log drums such as Cochiti drums are also great for drumming circle drums because they are smaller than the larger hoop drums and the popular single sided shaman drums.
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