Traditional Lambeg Drum
Brief History.

The Lambeg Drum is a large Drum (36" diameter x 24" deep approximately) used mainly in Northern Ireland. 

It gets it's name from the village of Lambeg just outside the city of Lisburn in County Antrim where the drum was supposed to have been used for the first time. It is also known as a Killyman, Slasher or Tibbie. Giving a sound of over 120 dB it is one of the world's loudest acoustic instruments. It is carried by the Drummer using a neck harness and weighs around 40 lbs. It is beaten with a pair of curved malacca canes.

Mini Lambeg Drum

These are bought by a wide variety of customers throughout the world. Some use them as presents to send to friends in far away places while many order them personalised with details of their home town, Orange or AOH Lodge, there is also  an option for those interested in the RMS Titanic. Currently we are receiving orders from across the world for the Royal Engagement and Wedding Mini Lambeg Drums. They all come complete with a simulated neck collar and a pair of sticks. They are 4.5" diameter x 4" deep. As manufacturers of these mini Lambegs they are unique to MiniLambegDrum.Com

All our Mini Lambegs are made to personal order but we aim to despatch these within 7 days of receiving your order.


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