The Dube is a versatile percussion drum that’s easy to transport and was created by retired English footballer Dion Dublin. It has four playable sides each producing their own unique sound, and is available in four different sizes. It comes in acoustic and electro-acoustic models. The Pro version is internally mic’d, enabling you to amplify the sound using a simple XLR connection.
It’s a cross between a Djembe and a Cajon, the design allows you to create a wide variety of percussion sounds, depending on where you hit the instrument. For example, striking the centre gives you a deeper tone, whilst a ‘rim-shot’ towards the edge generates a higher snappier hit.
The Dube is easily customisable in a variety of colours and is endorsed by players including Courtney Pine, Mike Dolbear, and Thomas Lang.