Traditional Irish drum usually played with a tipper. The playing method involves the use of one hand to play the tipper and the other tensioning the skin to produce tones and accents.
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Ace Bodhrans by Mance Grady
Bodhrans, tippers (playing sticks), accessories and recordings. Rhode Island, US.
Albert Alfonso Bodhrans
Performer and maker based in Dallas, Texas. Makes drums to order using raw skins.
Fred Graham offers his performance history, teaching credentials, news and articles in addition to information on custom-made drums.
Handmade bodhrans decorated with runes or inspired by local landscapes. Orkney, Scotland.
Ben March Bodhráns
Handcrafted in County Clare, Ireland. Gallery, testimonials and specs provided.
The Bodhrán Maker
Paraic McNeela informs on how to choose a bodhrán and provides testimonials, a blog, newsletter and items that he sells.
Brendan White's Tuneable Bodhrans
Overview of the maker and the instrument, blog, online shop and links. Located in Veldhoven, The Netherlands.
Second generation bodhran maker. Profile and photo gallery.
Selected makers in America, Ireland, Scotland and Britain.
Hand made traditional irish drums by bavarian maker Christian Hedwitschak. Site provided in English and Dutch.
Offering hand crafted bodhrans. Includes information on how they are made, history, tips on playing and how to order. Ballycastle, Ireland.
Inforation on custom bodhrans includes choice of diameter, depth, wood color, skin, taping and weighting. Site provided in English, Dutch, French and Japanese.
Roundstone Musical Instruments.
County Galway, Ireland based drum maker provides news and information on drums and options available.
Bodhran maker Seamus O'Kane from Dungiven in N Ireland
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