Drums Drums Drums

Toxic Drums website is not all about drums.  But this section is!  Drums and drumming have been with humanity forever. They are used for medicine, entertainment, magic, religion, warfare and more.  They have existed in probably all cultures and historical periods.  Below are some examples of the wide variety of drums.  You can buy these pictures by clicking the images or visit art.com and browse to your hearts content.

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Taos Drum
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Steel Drum Band
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Cymbolic Approach
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Traditional Drums from Santo Domingo,...
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Les Percussionnistes
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Drum, Dong Son Style, 2nd...
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Native American Drum
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Native American Drums
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If you are looking to buy drums here are some useful links:

Music Room are based in the UK and sell world wide. Primarily sheet music, books, software, educational material and instruments.

zZounds.com is one big internet music shop in the US. They seem electronic rock and pop orientated

Musician's Hut is based in the US and sells mainly drums and percussion stuff but quite a lot more as well. Primarily a friendly shop with a big internet presence.

Woodwind & Brasswind do more than just wind instruments. They have many sections including Orchestral Percussion, Concert Percusion and Marching percussion.

Gear4music.com is based in York in the UK. They are an internet based music shop and aim to provide a wide range of the best musical equipment to their UK and European customers.

iMusician Set up to be a competitive discount online music store in the UK.

Bonners Music Superstore in Eastbourne UK. It is just that: A SUPERSTORE full of everything imaginable musical. They are at http://www.bonnersmusic.co.uk/

Drummin is owned and run by Pete Salisbury, drummer with The Verve. The shop is in Stockport UK and is renowned for its friendly atmosphere which continues on their web site http://www.drummin.co.uk/

Drum Stop in Sheffield UK (http://www.drum-stop.co.uk/). They say "We are all Drummers, we all Love Music and want to Give you the best Service we can" I say "Well they're in Sheffield - it must be true!"

For African Drum Services see http://www.africandrumservices.co.uk/

For custom hand-made drums in the UK by David Nuttall see Jalapeno Drums at http://www.jalapenodrums.co.uk/

The Craviotto Drum Company is Johnny Craviotto's own hand made drum company at http://www.craviottodrums.com/.  Craviotto drums are hand made solid shell drums which are harder to make than the more common plywood drum shells but produce a richer and more substantial sound.

Vater make drum sticks - that's what they do.  Vater at http://www.vater.com/ is their home web site and gives you all the info you need about their superior quality drumsticks.

Yamaha drum site: http://www.yamaha.com/drums/home.html

Easton Sports started making aluminium drum sticks in 1990 with replaceable polyurethane covers under the name "Ahead" drumsticks.  You can buy Ahead drumsticks from iMusician (more info about Easton Sports at: http://www.fundinguniverse.com/...)

Remo make excellent drum heads: http://www.remo.com/

Sabian are famous for their cymbals: http://www.sabian.com/

If you know a good percussion supplier or are one yourself please let me know (by emailing me at the address on the Contact page) and I will add the contact details to this list.


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