Woodturning Djembe Dream Part 6

Woodturning Djembe Dream Part 6
It finally happened, the Djembe is done, the number of different skills I had to learn in order to complete this project was staggering, thus making this my hardest build to date. I hope you all enjoy, and look out for the “easter egg” at the end of the video, a place people rarely go to.

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Songs in this video are:

MC Cullah – Soul Challenger
MC Cullah – Please Bring Me Shelter
MC Cullah – Blazing Day
MC Cullah – Gone Away
MC Cullah – A Place I Know
MC Cullah – Please Bring Me Shelter

All are available for free from http://www.freemusicarchive.org

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Woodturning Djembe Dream Part 6

14 replies on “Woodturning Djembe Dream Part 6”

  1. Dear Yuval Just watched your wonderful videos. What a journey from beginning to end. The sound is amazing ! and you have something that must be treasured.
    My granddaughter plays the Djembe at school and I would just love to have a go at making one for her. You have inspired me to have a go.
    Thank you so much for sharing your videos
    Kind Regards
    Col Taylor

  2. Excellent work. I'm so pleased we got to see the whole process. The sound is great at the end of the video. It has a tinny sound a bit like the steel drums which reminds me of a carnival I used to go and see every summer when I lived down south. Oh the pincers you mentioned for holding the rope while stretching it, here in the UK we call those Mole Grips, obviously called a different name in other countries. Great work and an excellent project. Well done.

  3. What a wonderful turning you did.  I will have to try something like that. Thank you for your great turning skill sir

  4. I absolutely loved this project Yuval. It was a very brave bit of turning and you have created something that looks and sounds amazing. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Jim

  5. Yuval, I thoroughly enjoyed your Djembe turning journey. Your finished Djembe looks and sounds absolutely beautiful…!I've a question, do you still have the smaller belt on your lathe and if so have you had any problems with the 1/2 horse motor such as capacitor burning out etc?

  6. it has been a long journey getting to this point. The result is wonderful and worthy of an ovation. I know you will enjoy playing it for many years to come. Again well done Yuval.

  7. Beautiful video, Yuval.
    Because so a lot of work's inside the drum.
    Since fur margins was also a job for themselves.
    Then have fun playing drum, perhaps machste so times a video of it. 🙂
    Greetings from Germany

  8. What a Great project Yuval I enjoyed watching it  You really put your heart and soul into this project and it shows every bit of it on the end results. Great job my friend

  9. Now that is a project…and a half Yuval!
    Your patience, perseverance, and skill have paid off handsomely, to produce a marvelous instrument, and work of art.
    A superb series of videos my friend.
    Take care
    Mike

  10. The drum turned out very nice. Nice work. The shaving of the skin looked pretty scary. Thanks for posting the build. I really liked the music. Keep up the good work.

  11. It's strange Yuval, I wasn't really interested in this project yet I watched every minute intensely. A great result with a great sound. Next you will need another one for your wife then you can both go on tour!

    Tom

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