The Tabla is thought of as the queen of drums and percussion instruments and is the most well liked Indian rhythm instrument. It is composed of 2 drums, the Bayan (big bass drum) and the Dayan.The 2 of them are almost all the time played in combination.Both drums have a body that may be closed at the bottom. The open best is most commonly covered with a goat leather skin. To the brink of this basic skin, a second skin (Kani) is connected. Within the centre of the outside is the so-known as GAB: a black area which supplies the instrument a special sound and makes the number of sounds and modulations conceivable. This is a fine art to use this GAB in the proper mixture, consistency and strength of a paste which is composed principally of rice flour and iron filings. When playing, The 2 drums are put on rings (Bira) which strengthen them. The tuning wedges which might be held by leather straps at the sides are meant for tuning the instrument. Depending on whether the wedges are beaten upwards or downwards by the tuning hammer, the sound gets lower or higher. A fine tuning is completed by beating with the tuning hammer at the woven ring across the skin.
Tabla Jodi Set
With Cover Hammer Gaddi Professional Set