What are the different types of drums?


The different types of drums include; Aburukuwa, Ashiko, Bass drum, Bongo, Bougarabou, Cajón, Candombe drums, Cocktail drum, Chalice drum, Chenda, Conga, Darbuka, Davul, Damphu, Dhak, Dhimay, Dhol, Doumbek, Frame drum, Ewe Drums, Goblet drum, Hand drum, Log drum and many others. The drum is a member of the percussion group of musical instruments usually played by the hand or by sticks.
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Drums come in all shapes, sizes and types. Some of them can be grouped into a few basic group types, electric, acoustic or world drums. Acoustic drums are all the drums spotted on a standard set. Electric drums are represented by pads. They may all be of the same size, but they are built to the precise size of the instrument types that they relate to. World drums include all the broadest range of drum types.
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