Bodhran/ Heartland Bodhran
Detailed Information on Heartland Irish Bodhrán for Sale at Muzikkon
Traditional Irish musical instrument known as the bodhran is frequently heard in folk music. It is a frame drum that is beaten only once and has become a crucial component of Irish culture. The bodhran is a well-liked instrument among musicians who want to add a genuine touch to their songs because of its distinctive sound. In this article, we'll go through the various Irish bodhran models that are for sale, the materials that were used to manufacture them, and how to pick the best bodhrán for your requirements.
Various Bodhran Styles for Sale
The Irish Drum also known as Irish Celtic Bodhran is a flexible instrument that may be utilized in a variety of musical genres because it comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and patterns. The following are some of the most common Irish Bodhran / Irish bodhran Drum models for sale at Muzikkon:
Muzikkon offers a wide selection of Heartland Traditional Irish Bodhrans. We have a huge range of sizes, colours and depths depending on the music lover’s choice. Each of our Bodhrán has been handmade from quality wood and goat skin which provide the best tone for both amateur and professional musicians. Below you will discover our Heartland Bodhran Collection which includes Fixed Head Bodhrans, Tunable Bodhrans, Deep Tune Bodhrans, Premium Easy Tune Bodhrans as well as a selection of padded cases and accessories. Each traditional Bodhran comes with a beater to help start you on your way.
Bodhran for Sale at Muzikkon are made from authentic materials keeping them in line with Irish Bodhran history. This instrument was invented in Celtic music history and we keep it alive using the same design themes offering just the same high-class music output. Our Inside Tunable Bodhrans offer pro players a great opportunity to tailor the music output to their preferences. The Pre-tuned Bodhran for Sale collection at Muzikkon is perfect for new learners having an easy-grip handle at their backsides. You will always find an Irish Bodhran that suits your playing style in our collection.
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Non-Tunable Bodhran: Also known as Fixed Head Bodhrans / Pretuned Bodhrans the most popular variety, measuring approximately 12 to 18 inches in diameter and 4” to 6” Wide. It's a straightforward instrument that's simple to learn and is great for beginners. These Irish Bodhran drums have petuned goat skin heads, so the customer doesn’t need to tune the bodhrán before playing.
Tuneable Bodhran: Bodhrans for beginners and professional players. They are usually 12 to 18 inches in diameter and 3.5” to 6” wide. Muzikkon installs our special bodhran tuning system in these Irish Drums which allows players to tune their drum heads according to their requirements by using the Allen key we add with the bodhrán customer buys.
Premium Bodhran / Easy Tune Bodhran: Best bodhran drums made by Muzikkon for professional players to use in concerts. These Celtic Bodhran Drums are available at muzikkon from 13 inches in diameter to 18 inches and 5 inches to 6 inches wide/deep. Which allows the player to play deep surround sound. These Irish drums come with our best hand-tune system/ easy tune system, which will allow the player to tune their bodhrans during their concert by using their hand instead of the Allen key, which helps a lot in the situation.
- Travel bodhran: Designed for musicians who are on the go, this is a scaled-down version of the conventional bodhran. It is usually 12 to 14 inches in diameter and 3.5” to 4” Wide, lightweight, and portable. We have travel bodhrans available in both Inside Tunable Bodhrans & The Pre-tuned Bodhran for Sale
Components Used to Make the Bodhran
Usually, a range of materials, including wood, metal, and synthetic materials, are used to make bodhrans. The bodhran's sound, weight, and durability will vary depending on the material used to create it. The most common materials used to build bodhrans include the following:
- Wood: At Muzikkon we use special tone woods in our Bodhrans for sale. Our Irish drums have been made from the woods which are used by bodhran makers traditionally, which produce a warm, deep sound. Ash, Maple, Rosewood, Mulberry and Red Cedar are the woods that are most frequently used for our bodhrans.
- Metal: At Muzikkon we use stainless steel and Brass for making our bodhran accessories, like tuners for the tuneable Bodhrans. Our accessories are properly finished, so they won't get rusty or break easily according to professional Irish Bodhran standards.
The Best Bodhran for Your Needs: How to Choose One
The sort of music you will be playing, your playing style, and your budget should all be considered when selecting a bodhran. The following advice will help you select the ideal Irish bodhran Drum for your requirements:
- Choose your playing style: A (Pretuned/ Fixed Head/ Non Tunable) Bodhran is an excellent option if you're just starting out. A Tunable Bodhran or Premium Hand Tunable bodhran can be something you want to think about if you're an accomplished player.
- Take budget into account: The cost of bodhran might range from a few Euro’s to several hundred. It's crucial to select a bodhran that fits both your budget and your standards for quality. The good thing about muzikkon is that we care about our customers. We always try to keep our prices low and quality high. So this is why musicians can buy the highest quality Bodhran Drums at affordable prices at Muzikkon.
- Try before you buy: If feasible, test out our various bodhrans before making a decision. This will help you better understand how each instrument sounds and feels.
Our customers can visit us at Our showroom in Dublin where Muzikkon’s journey started to test our Bodhran Drums physically.
In conclusion, the bodhran is a versatile, distinctive, and historically rich musical instrument. It is a well-liked option among musicians who want to add a real touch to their song because of its distinctive tone. It's crucial to take your playing style, spending limit, and the sort of music you'll be playing into account while selecting a bodhran.Read Less