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An ashiko is a kind of drum shaped like a truncated cone and meant to be played with bare hands. The drum is played throughout sub-Saharan Africa and the Americas.
The Ashiko has three primary tones, bass, tone and slap, just like the Djembe. Ashiko is the male version of djembe
A djembe also known as jembe, jenbe, djbobimbe, jymbe, yembe, or jimbay, or sanbanyi in Susu; is a skin-covered drum meant played with bare hands....
The Aṣíkò (Ashiko) drum, played by a skilled musician, can make a variety of tones, similar to the dundun or talking drums of Nigeria. It is associated with a whole genre of music of the same name and adherents of the Christian religion, as practiced in Nigeria.