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Remo 100 Series Key-Tuned Tubanos, Kintekloth, Set of 3

Brand: Remo


MSRP: $1,157.20

Item: #203574
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By Remo. Key-Tuned Tubano - Kinte Kloth Finish.

Tunable drums have the advantage of allowing you to adjust the pitch to your own preference. Tubanos are a Remo Drum Company exclusive. Conga-like in sound, the tubano features an internal resonating tube and four molded feet to allow full resonance without using a floor stand or tilting the drum. The Acousticon shell is manufactured from recycled hardwood fibers and is unaffected by climatic changes; NuSkyn head gives a comfortable sound, feel, and warmth without unwanted overtones. Uniquely accessible to everyone, from professional performers to children standing while playing to music therapists working with wheelchair-bound patients.

Package Includes:

  • 1 - 10" Key-Tuned Tubano, KinteKloth (Item# 201584, TU-1110-PM)
  • 1 - 12" Key-Tuned Tubano, KinteKloth (Item# 201588, TU-1112-PM)
  • 1 - 14" Key-Tuned Tubano, KinteKloth (Item# 201592, TU-1114-PM)


Replacement Heads: Remo has recommended the following -
10" Nuskyn Type 2 Mondo Head model number MO-2510-N1-5000
12" Nuskyn Type 2 Mondo Head model number MO-2512-N1-6000
14" Nuskyn Type 2 Mondo Head model number MO-2514-N1-6000




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West Music Store
Our drumming ensemble was given a monetary gift; the special price for the set of three allowed us to add more members to the ensemble.
Karen J on May 28, 2014
Expanding my drums at school and am investing in key-tuned instruments because the heads can be replaced instead of buying new drums when the heads wear out.
Anna S on Oct 24, 2012
great quality and value
Debra E on Mar 12, 2014
I use these drums at school and they are very durable. Great for kids.
Cheryl M on Aug 30, 2012
Is it recommended to play with hands only, or can mallets be used?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2013
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What is the main difference between these and the Versa Tubanos?
Teresa J on Sep 24, 2015
Best Answer: These drums are tunable and feature a NuSkyn head.
The Versa drums are designed to be nested together and easy to transport. They feature a pre-tuned SkynDeep head. For more detailed information, please contact us at 1-800-397-9378 or service@westmusic.com
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Sep 24, 2015
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I've seen drum circles using boomwhackers on drums. Can you do that with these tubanos?
JoannC on Apr 6, 2015
Best Answer: Yes; You can use boomwhackers on these drums without damaging either instrument.
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Apr 7, 2015
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I recently borrowed some tubanos for use i n church and they worked great! The ones I borrowed had handles on the side of each drum that were awesome.Do these tubanos have a handle on the side for transporting them?
Nancy S on Apr 26, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, these drums each have a plastic handle on the side for easy transportation.
Reply · Report · Amy LStaff on Apr 30, 2013
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how do I tune a tubano?
A shopper on Jun 1, 2012
Best Answer: In order to tune your tubano, you need to find the key included with it. Start at the screw at 12 o'clock and adjust it tighter for a higher sound and looser for a lower sound. Next move to 6 o'clock and turn it the same amount and in the same direction. Repeat for 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock until you have reached the desired pitch.
Reply · Report · Amie W on Jun 1, 2012
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