• When owning a salon, there are many things that matter. One of the most important things you want to do is buy the best salon chairs. You want to make sure they are comfortable, match the personality and design of your salon, and are high-quality. You also want to make sure the price you are paying for salon chairs is worth it. There are many trusted companies you can buy from to make sure that happens.

    Quality of Salon Chairs

    One of the most important things you need to watch out for when you are buying a salon chair is the quality of the chair. While it might seem easier to spend less on a salon chair, doing so will sacrifice on the quality of the chair. Your clients won’t be comfortable in the chairs that aren’t great quality. The cheaper chairs are only going to last around 2 years, while the more expensive, higher-quality ones are going to last approximately 10 or more years.

    Two other parts of the quality of a salon chair are the color and style. There are so many different colors and styles of salon chairs. You can get white chairs, but they stain easily. If you are going to get lighter-colored chairs, you will want to get eco-friendly chair cleaners, to keep them in the best quality for as long as possible.

    Cost of Salon Chairs

    If you are looking into getting a salon chair or multiple chairs for your salon, you should check into the cost. You can find quality salon chairs for not that much. These chairs can go from $100 to $700 or even more.

    The cost of the salon chairs varies based on where you buy them from, the company you get them from, and the quality of the chairs, as well.

    If you buy salon chairs from the internet, you may be able to get a great deal. However, you should be wary about buying salon chairs from overseas manufacturers since they are lower in quality and there isn’t great customer service if they break.

    You will also want to check into the company that you are looking to buy from. Some of the best manufacturers for salon chair purchases are Belvedere Maletti and Collins. One of the best distributors for salon chairs is Minerva.

    Trusted Companies

    As previously mentioned, there are some amazing, reputable companies to buy salon chairs from. Belvedere USA and Collins are two of the best manufacturers of salon chairs. Many different companies may sell these types of chairs.

    Some of the Belvedere Maletti salon chairs you can get are the Admiral Barber Chair, Arch Plus, Arrojo, Belle, Caddy, Calcutta, Curve Styler, Delta, Hampton, Kallista A, Lexus, Look, Mondo, Moni, Newport, Plush, Riva 2000, Scroll, and more. Many of these salon chairs have been highly rated. The cost varies greatly between all these chairs.

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    Price to Pay for Salon Chairs

    Many people want to know whether it is worth it to pay the extra bucks to buy salon chairs. If you buy cheaper or more inexpensive salon chairs, they might last you a couple of years. However, the seating may wear down much quicker than more expensive salon chairs. With more expensive salon chairs, while you are paying more upfront, you are probably saving yourself more money in the long run. You won’t have to replace the chairs as often and you will get more use out of them.

    Proper Maintenance and Cleaning

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  • Oh boy. This is a topic and a half. We were having a chat in the office a few days ago, and we worked out that almost half the inquiries we got were all questions about Darbuka skins! It seems that of all the Darbuka topics, this is the one that catches most people out! Not to worry, this post will address any question you have on Darbuka skins, and ensure you have the knowledge you need to keep your Darbuka in top shape! 

    This is an active post which is updated every time a question comes in on this topic which isn't addressed below. If you have any Darbuka skin questions that aren’t covered in this post, leave a comment at the bottom or send us a message!

    Table of Contents 

    1. What is the difference between a Darbuka skin and a Darbuka head?

    2. Do I need a natural leather or a plastic Darbuka skin?

    3. What size Darbuka skin do I need?

    4. Why would I need to change my Darbuka’s skin?

    5. How do I stop a natural leather skin from going out of tune?

    6. Which Darbuka skin sounds the best?

    7. Are Darbuka skins reusable? 

    8. My Darbuka skin tore when I fitted it to my Darbuka

    9. How do you change a Darbuka skin?

    1. What’s the difference between a Darbuka skin and a Darbuka head?

    This question catches many people out! These terms are often (incorrectly) used interchangeably; however, they are two completely different things.

    A Darbuka skin is the plastic or leather membrane that covers the top of the Darbuka.

    The skin is what the Darbuka player will hit to make a sound. A metal Darbuka typically has a plastic skin, and a clay Darbuka usually has a natural leather skin. 

    Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Skin

    Figure A: A plastic Darbuka skin

    A Darbuka head is the top circular metal piece that secures the Darbuka skin to the Darbuka body.

    It has between 4 and 8 holes for bolts to be screwed in to affix it to the Darbuka body. A Darbuka head is only found on a metal Darbuka, not a clay Darbuka. Simply because a clay Darbuka does not use screws to secure the head to the body, but instead uses rope. On the other hand, a metal Darbuka requires a head to fit the Darbuka skin to the Darbuka body securely. Typically, if referring to the Darbuka head of a clay drum, we are talking about the clay part directly underneath the leather skin.

    Metal Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Head

    Figure B: A metal Darbuka head

    There's an easy way to remember the difference!

    Put simply, if you hit a Darbuka skin (which is fitted to a Darbuka), it will make a loud noise. If you hit a Darbuka head, you will just hurt your hand. The skin is made of leather or plastic, so will vibrate and resonate, whereas the head is made of clay or metal, so will not vibrate or make any loud sound. Simple.

    2. Do I need a natural leather or a plastic Darbuka skin?

    A Darbuka skin can take different forms based on whether it is fitted to a clay Darbuka or a metal Darbuka.

    Clay Darbuka

    In a clay Darbuka, a leather skin (often goat or fish) is placed on top of the body and tied (with rope) around the top section of the Darbuka body with an intricate series of knots.

    Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek - Clay Bass Doholla with Nautral Leather Darbuka skin

    Figure C: A clay Darbuka

    Metal Darbuka

    In a metal Darbuka, the Darbuka skin is a plastic membrane that is enclosed by a crimped metal hoop (see Figure A above). It is attached to the top of the Darbuka by unscrewing the bolts on the Darbuka head (see Figure B above), placing the skin on the main section of the Darbuka (the Darbuka body) and then screwing the bolts back onto the Darbuka, thereby securing the plastic skin to the Darbuka.

    Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek - The Fuchsia Orchid Darbuka - Malik Instruments

    Figure D: A metal Darbuka 

    Can you fit a natural leather skin to a metal Darbuka?

    A question we are often asked is can you fit a natural leather skin to a metal Darbuka. The answer is yes, it is definitely possible to fit a natural leather skin to a metal Darbuka body. You can do so by removing any current skin fitted to the metal Darbuka, and then using a rope to tie down the natural leather skin to the metal body. It is advisable you get an expert to help you with this, as if the knots are not tied correctly, it could lead to the head being imbalanced and creating an uneven sound! It is also important to note that while a natural leather skin can be fitted to a metal Darbuka, a plastic skin cannot be fitted to a clay Darbuka – for obvious reasons (you can’t screw bolts into clay or it will crack)!

     Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Metal Darbuka with natural leather skin cut out

    Figure E: A metal Darbuka with a natural skin

    3. What size Darbuka skin do I need?

    The size of the Darbuka skin you need depends on the diameter of your Darbuka’s head. You must first measure the diameter of the Darbuka head and then fit a skin that is the same size as the Darbuka head.

    How do you measure a Darbuka head? 

    To measure a Darbuka head, you must measure the diameter between the insides of the Darbuka head. Like this:

    How to measure a clay Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Head

    Figure F: A 27cm clay Darbuka

    How to measure a metal Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Head

    Figure G: A 22cm metal Darbuka

    What if the skin I'm using is too big or too small?

    If your Darbuka skin is a different size to your Darbuka head, you may have a problem.

    In a clay Darbuka, it’s not too bad and as long as they are roughly the same, you will still be able to fit the Darbuka skin to the head with an appropriate knot pattern.

    However, if you try to fit an incorrect sized plastic Darbuka skin to a metal Darbuka, you will not be able to screw the head back onto the body, because the crimped metal hoop will get in the way of the bolts that will screw through the Darbuka (see Figure H). If the head is too small for the Darbuka, it will simply not fit inside the internal tuning mechanism. It is therefore essential that you get the correct size plastic Darbuka skin. The good news is, as long as you measure your head properly, you should easily be able to purchase the right size Darbuka skin!

    23cm skin fitted to 22cm Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek 

    Figure H: A 23cm head fitted to a 22cm Darbuka (see how it is too big on the bottom right side)

    4. Why would I need to change my Darbuka’s skin?

    There are a number of reasons you might need to change a Darbuka skin. A list of the common reasons are below:

    The Darbuka sounds out of tune

    Oftentimes if a Darbuka goes out of tune, it’s because of the Darbuka skin. Now if it is a plastic Darbuka, you may not need to change the Darbuka skin, you may well be able to retune the Daruka by tightening (or loosening) the bolts at the top of the Darbuka. It is recommended to always try this before going out and purchasing a new skin.

    You can retune the Darbuka by going in a clockwise direction and tightening each bolt with an allen key by a quarter turn. Keep tightening by a quarter turn on each bolt until the Darbuka reaches a sound profile you are comfortable with.

    If this does not work, you'd need a new skin!  

    If it is a clay Darbuka that goes out of tune, you can get the roping redone to resolve the problem. However unless there is an actual problem with the leather skin on the clay Darbuka, you will not need to purchase a new skin. If re-tuning a plastic skin on a metal Darbuka does not put the Darbuka back in tune, you will need to purchase a new Darbuka head.

    The Darbuka skin has warped

    As an extension to the Darbuka skin going out of tune, it might warp due to bad storage conditions. Note that this only typically applies to plastic skins. The most common case of this we see is leaving the Darbuka exposed to direct sunlight, which causes the plastic in the middle of the Darbuka skin to loosen, while the plastic that is around the sides remains tight. There is no coming back from this, and the skin will need to be changed. Another thing that people can overlook is leaving their Darbuka in the boot of their car when it’s hot. The boot of a normal car can typically get quite hot, and sometimes if its 35 degrees plus you can have some melting of the plastic Darbuka skin which again, will require it to be changed. 

    There is clear damage to the Darbuka skin.

    If you stick a knife through your Darbuka skin, you will need to change it. 100%. In fact, if you stick any sharp object through your Darbuka skin, you will need to change it. There is no coming back from a tear or a hole in the Darbuka’s skin. We advise keeping your Darbuka safe so that you are not in a position where the skin needs to be changed. It’s best to transport the Darbuka using a case at all times, and ensure that when you play, you are not wearing any rings etc. And don’t stick a knife through it, you monster.

    Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek skin with tear in it

    Figure I: A Darbuka skin with a tear in it (look closely in the middle)

    It has been a long time since you last changed it.

    A Darbuka skin should easily last for a number of years. However, if it’s been over say 5 years, it might need to be changed. You can assess it by seeing if the Darbuka sounds out of tune or not. If it does, and it’s been a long time, change the skin. As an aside, if your metal Darbuka has been sitting out of tune for a long time, it will be harder for you to retune it as the molecules in the plastic skin will have set in an uneven position – it will probably just need to be changed.

    5. How do I stop a natural leather skin from going out of tune?

    This is an issue which is more common in countries with cooler climates. When playing a natural skin Darbuka, the skin may not be tight enough to produce an appropriately good sound if the temperature is too low. This is because when a natural leather Darbuka skin is cold, it sags and becomes loose. You can stop a natural leather Darbuka skin from going out of tune by using a Darbuka lighting tool (see Figure J). This is a light that is fitted to the inside of the Darbuka body that creates heat, thereby warming up the natural leather skin and making it tight. This will assist in getting the best sound from your Darbuka with a natural leather skin. If you don’t have a lighting tool to hand, your best bet is to heat it over a gas cooker (or fireplace if you have one of those handy). Note: it’s not advisable to use a lighter to heat a Darbuka skin. Just don’t. 

     Clay Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Lighting Tool

    Figure J: Lighting tool to be fitted inside natural leather skin Darbuka

    6. Which Darbuka skin sounds the best?

    There are many kinds of Darbuka skin out there, however the best kind for you will typically depend on your own circumstances. Nevertheless, there are some rough guidelines you can follow.

    6.1 Natural Leather Skins

    The best natural leather skin to use is fish skin, as a good general rule of thumb. Fish skin is very thin, which means it creates the most powerful and clearest sound. Fish skin is also relatively more difficult to come by, which makes it more expensive. While fish skin itself isn’t that hard to find, you would need an unblemished and even piece of skin wide enough to fit over the Darbuka head, which reduces the choice you have. However, most Darbuka makers will have a supplier where they can acquire a nice piece of fish skin suitable for use on a Darbuka, so get in touch with someone if you need help sourcing some. Fish skin is widely regarded as the best skin to use on a Darbuka. 

    Another fantastic option to use on a Darbuka is goat skin. Goat skin is strong but supple, allowing for a good resonant sound to be created. It’s also not too thick that it’s thickness interferes with getting a good amount of vibrations going through the Darbuka. Goat skin is also much easier to find in a size large enough to fit a Darbuka, and hence it makes it much cheaper than fish skin. On the whole, goat skin is a great all-round choice for skin to use on your Darbuka. 

     Goat Skin Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek

    Figure K: A clay Darbuka with a goat leather skin

    Choosing between the two can sometimes be quite difficult. Should you go for goat, or should you go for fish? Well, there are a few good rules of thumb that we can follow here too, depending on the size Darbuka you are playing:

    Solo Darbuka (20cm – 22cm head diameter)

    If your Darbuka is intended as a solo Darbuka, i.e. it’s a smaller size Darbuka with strong, high pitched Teks, fish skin is by far the better option. It will allow you to create a great sound and will work very nicely with your Darbuka to create that solo sound you are aiming for. Goat skin will also work, but it will just be average, not amazing.

    Bass Doholla (25cm+ head diameter)

    If your Darbuka is intended as a background bass instrument, for example a Bass Doholla, acquiring a fish skin might be quite difficult. A skin that big will cost a lot and will likely be a challenge to get hold of. Goat skin on the other hand, would be relatively easy to acquire and not cost too much. Goat skin might also arguably create a better sound! The reason being that the increased thickness of the goat skin will create a deeper and more bassy sound. Fish skin might be a bit overkill!

    Medium size Darbuka (22cm-25cm head diameter)

    A standard medium size Darbuka or Sombaty Darbuka could work well with either fish or goat skin. It will again really come back to what kind of sound you want to create. If you want to create a sharper and more striking sound, you would be better placed with a fish skin. However if you want to create a more bassy and deeper sound (the difference will be noticeable but only slightly), go for a goat skin. In these situations, we would recommend just going with what you can acquire without spending too much time or money. Both skins would work well and you probably won’t regret the fish skin if you go for goat skin.

    6.2 Plastic Darbuka Skins

    The Darbuka has the ability to create fantastically deep Doum sounds, and impossibly high Tek sounds. A plastic skin will create higher Teks than most natural leather skins, which can be terrific fun to play with. However, not all skins are created equal, and it becomes important to choose one that will really bring out the best in your Darbuka. A number of factors should be considered, let’s take a look at them:

     REMO vs Gawharet El Fan Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Skin

    Figure L: Two plastic 22cm Darbuka skins next to each other

    Build quality

    This is a big one, so much so that it can be split into 2 parts:

    Plastic quality

    If the quality of the plastic used is low, for example, it has lots of scratches on it, it won’t sound as good. Think about this, sound comes from sound waves, which are effectively vibrations. You want your Darbuka skin to vibrate as evenly and clearly as possible to create the most resonant and best quality sound.

     Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek with scratches

    Figure M: A Darbuka with lots of scratches on the skin

    Metal crimped hoop

    The metal crimped hoop of the Darbuka skin is the metal piece around the plastic skin that allows the skin to be fitted to the Darbuka. The metal hoop fits snugly inside the internal tuning mechanism which allows the skin to be stretched across the Darbuka head. Consequently, this also needs to be of good quality. If the metal hoop is of low quality, it will not fit evenly inside the internal tuning mechanism. Say, for example, one part of the metal hoop was thicker than another part. It would result in the sound being imbalanced, which might create a problem when playing.

    Gawharet El Fan vs REMO Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Skin Close Up 

    Figure N: Badly made Gawharet El Fan crimped hoop (left) vs well made REMO crimped hoop (right)

    Let’s take a look at the different Darbuka skins there are available:

    • Alexandria Darbuka skins - Absolutely terrible! Badly made with lots of scratches and sound miserable!

    • Gawharet El Fan Darbuka skins - These aren't that great, they are also badly made and have lots of scratches.

    • Stagg Darbuka skins - Decent, but definitely on the lower side of the quality scale. They are cheap though.

    • Meinl Darbuka skins - These can sound fairly good - however they only come in Meinl's 8.5" Darbuka size, which makes them unusable on most Darbukas.

    • PowerBeat Darbuka skins - These are very good quality, they sound great and are made well. Plus they come in black or white.

    • REMO Darbuka skins - These are the best skins we have come across. They sound incredible, they look fantastic and are available in every size you could need. Be warned, they are expensive! 

    7. Are Darbuka skins reusable? 

    Plastic skins

    The short answer is, no – we would not recommend re-using a plastic Darbuka skin. It is possible, but not recommended. Firstly, to clarify what we mean by reusability. If you fit a Darbuka skin to a Darbuka, and then you remove the skin from the Darbuka after it has been tuned, you will struggle to re-use that same skin. Visit : https://malikinstruments.com/ for more details .

    The reason for this is simple – a plastic skin stretches when it is fitted to a Darbuka and then tuned. Normally the skin has to be stretched quite tightly in order to get it tight enough to play properly. When it is stretched to this degree, it will not return to its original looseness when it is unscrewed, it will still be quite tight. As such, in order to tighten it onto a new Darbuka will be quite difficult. Think of it this way: 

    1. Imagine a Darbuka skin is at 0% tightness when you buy it

    2. You then tighten it to 100% tightness when you fit it to a Darbuka

    3. When you remove it from the Darbuka, it will reduce to about 50% tightness, not the 0% tightness that it was initially (see Figure O)

    4. When you fit this skin with 50% tightness to a second Darbuka, you will have to tighten it to 150% tightness in order to get good sound (which is impossible)

    5. Since this is impossible, you will only be able to tighten from 50% tightness to 100% tightness, which is not enough to get good sound. As such, the Darbuka skin will be too loose and hence will sound terrible!

     Used Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek Skin

    Figure O: A Darbuka skin that has previously fitted to a Darbuka

    Natural leather skins

    In most cases, yes a natural leather darbuka skin would be reusable. Unless there is damage to it, they should be fine to be removed and refitted to another Darbuka.

    8. My Darbuka skin tore when I fitted it to my Darbuka

    This is a common occurrence with badly made Darbukas (although it can occasionally happen on a good quality Darbuka too). Let’s take a step back and look at the reason this happens.

    When a plastic skin is fitted to a Darbuka, it should perfectly fit on the opening at the top of the Darbuka (if it doesn’t, the skin is the wrong size). The head should then be placed on the skin and screwed into the Darbuka body. As it’s screwed in, the skin will become tighter and tighter. While the skin is tightening, it is in direct contact with the internal tuning mechanism at the top of the Darbuka. If the skin gets trapped inside the mechanism, for example it catches on a protruding bit of metal, it will tear. This is the most likely reason for the skin to tear, with the only other common reason being the skin itself is faulty.

    Now, provided you have a good quality Darbuka and a good quality Darbuka skin, you should be able to fit your skin to your Darbuka without any major issues. For example, all of our Malik Instruments Darbukas should not have any problem when being re-fitted with a new skin.

    The major issue that causes this problem is badly finished internal tuning mechanisms, and this really comes back to the quality of the Darbuka that you purchased. The reality is that the internal tuning mechanism is not outwardly visible and so some lesser Darbuka manufacturers would not ensure a high level of quality on the inside of this mechanism. As such, we often find that the internal mechanism is in very bad condition if the Darbuka has not been made well. If this is the case with your Darbuka, be extra careful when attempting to fit a Darbuka skin to the Darbuka, and ensure that you tune it very slowly to avoid it catching on something and ripping. To make it easier, there are a few techniques that you can use in order to soften the plastic on the Darbuka skin so that it doesn’t tear as easily if you are worried!

    The hairdryer method

    Disclaimer: Malik Instruments do not take any responsibility for damage to the Darbuka skin if this method is used, use it entirely at your own risk. 

    It is possible to loosen the plastic molecules of the Darbuka skin using the heat from a hairdryer. All you have to do is put the hairdryer on the lowest heat setting (but make sure it is heating and not cooling), and heat the Darbuka skin for between 5 and 10 seconds when you feel that the skin is becoming difficult to tighten. The heat from the hairdryer will loosen the molecules and allow them to be tightened more easily. It is essential not to heat the skin too much, or you will cause irreparable damage to the plastic head.


    Warning when using an iron on a Darbuka / Doumbek / Dumbek skin 

    When we told Ibraheem, our Darbuka specialist, about this technique he laughed and said

    “ When I first started teaching Darbuka, I bought 8 Darbukas to use with my students. They were badly made and very sharp around the head. Getting the skin on the Darbuka without tearing it was looking very difficult, so I heated the skin with an iron. I managed to get the Darbuka skins on without tearing them, but a few days later I realised that all 8 of the Darbukas were sounding terrible. I realised I’d heated the skins too much and ruined them! Make sure you’re very very careful when using this technique!” 

    9. How do you change a Darbuka skin?

    Check out the following video for a detailed tutorial of how to change a Darbuka skin:

    So there we have it, our Complete Guide to Darbuka Skins! Remember that this is an evolving document which are constantly updating as more questions come in regarding Darbuka skins. As such - if you have any questions on Darbuka skins at all that aren't answered in this guide, make sure you send us a message, so we can firstly answer your question and also update this guide! 

    Article source : https://malikinstruments.com/blogs/darbukas/the-malik-instruments-complete-guide-to-darbuka-skins


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