Each and every instrument is beyond special--it is absolutely unique. Each will have its own needs. Therefore, it would be misleading on our part to post flat fees.
A toy djembe is not likely to take the same amount of time and effort to repair as a full sized djembe. A full sized djembe that only needs to have the skin replaced will not
take nearly the same amount of time and effort to revive as a full sized djembe that needs the rope and crown replaced(including rings?), has a cracked body, chipped bearing
edge, requires a harry skin to be replaced and shaved, and is termite infested. Similar comparisons apply to any other hand drum repair project.
Therefore, the following is intended only to give you some idea of what the cost of your drum's repair might be. We guarantee that no one in the Bay Area will under price or
In case you have doubts, check out what some of our clients have to say about the work we do: