Multidrum, the ultimate fusion of portability and versality is very lightweight as well.
The physical features of this percussion are as follows:
Diamater: ca. 43 cm
Depth: approx. 11 cm
Weight: Between 1200 and 1300 grams
The Multidrum is a development from Majid Drums and combines two completely different striking surfaces in a single instrument. That is why it belongs to the bestsellers of the online shop of Majid Drums.
The front of the Multidrum is covered with a goat skin, which gives this side the warm sound of a frame drum. The skin of the Multi drum can be tuned by means of a rubber hose, which is fixed between the edge of the skin and the frame, with a standard bicycle air pump.
The back of the Multi drum offers a striking surface made of thin birch wood. Here the Multidrum sud
denly sounds very much like Cajon! The corresponding snare carpet can be adjusted as desired and is fixed on both sides with a slight distance from the frame so that further sound variations are possible there.
In the realm of musical innovation, the Multidrum by MajidDrums stands as a resounding testament to the power of merging tradition with creativity. Through its ingenious fusion of Framedrum and Cajon elements, tunability, and versatile playing positions, the Multidrum offers musicians an unprecedented palette of sounds and playing experiences.
Majiddrums’ visionary craftsmanship has birthed an instrument that not only defies convention but also captivates hearts with its mesmerizing sound resonance. As the world of music continues to evolve, the Multidrum remains a symbol of the boundless possibilities that arise when artistry and innovation intertwine.
One of the standout features of the Multidrum is its tunability. Using a simple bicycle air pump, musicians can fine-tune the instrument to their desired pitch, opening up endless possibilities for harmonic exploration. This level of customization empowers performers to adapt the Multidrum’s sound to various musical genres and contexts, making it an ideal companion for both studio recordings and live performances.