Goat Skin Drum Head

Goat Skin Drum Head

Availability: 57 in stock
SKU: M-M001
Packing Weight : 10.00 lb(s)
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Quantity 1+ 12+
Price $19.95 $16.63
These authentic, real, goat skin drum heads are to used to change an old or cracked Djembe head with a new one. Mostly hairless, but some may have some patches of fur. Perfect for your Djembe. Approx. 27" X 27". Colors vary. Made in Senegal. M-M001

Ordering 12 or more can incur oversized shipping

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I am so sorry to hear about th...
I am so sorry to hear about this hide that you received.  These are always checked very carefully when they come and and I am not how this one slipped by.  Someone from our office will contact you to set up a refund/credit.  We appreciate your business!
From: Dipal | Date: 6/24/2014 4:00 PM
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Your shipping did increase bec...
Your shipping did increase because your order was packed in a bigger box, to allow proper room for your items, which you did authorize with one of our reps here. If the items were packed in a smaller box, they would have to be folded/bent, which could create holes/tears in the skins.  The cost for your shipping came directly from UPS based on the weight and size of the box.  With that being said, you can always contact us directly via phone/email with an issue and we would be happy work out a credit or return with you. Thank you,
From: Dipal | Date: 3/19/2013 4:00 PM
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