TAAL tablas are meticulously and consciously crafted in Varanasi, India. This set includes a very nice 3.5KG Copper Bayan / Dugga and an environmentally-friendly Dayan / Tabla, made from sustainably harvested Neem wood. Our sets are custom assembled per order with Dayan dimensions available in 5, 5.25, 5.5, 5.75, and 6 inch sizes. For tonal samples, please watch the videos below.
Includes: - Cushions, Covers, Gig bag and Heavy Tuning Hammer - FREE SHIPPING within continental U.S. from our Urbana, IL location - One month FREE access at Bhakti Breakfast Club -- classes on tabla, harmonium, and more!
Played with TAAL 5 inch Tabla
Played with TAAL 5.25 inch Tabla
Played with TAAL 5.5 inch Tabla
Played with TAAL 5.75 inch Tabla
Played with TAAL 6 inch Tabla
BAYAN / DUGGA SPECS: - Overall Dimensions: 11 (h) x 12.5 (w) inches - Head Size: 9 inch - Weight: 3.5 kg / 7.5 lbs. - Construction: Copper
DAYAN SPECS: - Overall Dimensions: 11.5 (h) x 7-8 inches - Head Size: 5-6 inch sizes available - Weight: 9-10 lbs. - Construction: Neem
SHIPPING: Your instrument will arrive safely, and if it doesn't, we'll take care of it. Our packing methods have ensured that over 99% of the instruments we ship arrive undamaged. Should things not go perfectly, we will get you a replacement, refund, part or whatever is necessary. No problem.
STORE: Old Delhi Music carefully curates a selection of only fine quality ethnic musical instruments. Our business is family owned and operated in Urbana, IL since 2010. For the back story, check out this video:
While much of India is rapidly advancing, the Indian instrument manufacturing process remains very old school. From touch ups to tuning, much of what we do at Old Delhi Music is add a layer of quality control to an otherwise non-standardized production process.
We wrote THIS ARTICLE to ensure customers understand and might appreciate this vintage production style, the unique products we carry, and how we're working to ensure genuine quality, despite the odds. It's a quick read, and definitely worthwhile for anyone considering the purchase of a traditional Indian instrument.