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Remo 100 Series TU-1110-17 27 x 10" Key-Tuned Tubano, Rainbow

Brand: Remo


MSRP: $333.40

Item: #201586
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This 10" Remo 100 Series key-tuned Tubano drum is the highest quality drum for your music classroom, therapy session, or virtually any drumming situation!  The Tubano tone is similar to both an African Kpanlogo and a Conga. These drums feature a Remo NuSkyn® head which provides a warm, rich, sound without unwanted overtones. They also feature an Acousticon® shell that is made of 99.9% recycled wood materials. This means that they will withstand climate changes, exuberant playing, and will be a long-lasting addition to your percussion collection. Additionally, since the Remo 100 Series Tubanos are tunable, you can easily change the tone so that each drum of the same size will have the same pitch. 


Additional features of the Remo 100 Series Tunable Tubanos include:

  • Attached carrying handle
  • Contour tuning lugs
  • Tuning wrench included
  • Molded feet to provide comfort while playing from a sitting position, as well as balance to prevent unwanted tilting
  • Available in three head diameter sizes: 10” for the highest tone, 12” for a medium tone, and 14” for the lowest tone; all are 27” in height
  • Available in three unique finishes: Island, Rainbow (pictured), or Kintekloth


Remo recommends the following the following replacement heads:
10" MondoType 2 Nuskyn model number MO-2510-N1-5000 (item number 253721)



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West Music Store
Fantastic sound, easy to play.
Dixie L on Aug 12, 2013
My daughter wants it for her birthday and it's colorful.
Kristin W on Dec 26, 2011
Have a class set at my school
Sherry J on Jul 31, 2013
Is it safe to use drum sticks on tubanos?
Mary F on May 2, 2016
Best Answer: Yes; it is possible to use drum sticks on tubanos.
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