One of today's most popular percussion instruments.
The Schalloch Cajon can add color to your acoustic gigs with exotic bass, tom and snare tones. The cajon, (box in Spanish) which is traditionally used in Cuban and Peruvian folk music, has lately been gaining acceptance in the world music community for just this kind of versatility.
Schalloch's cajon has a front playing surface made of 4/5"-thick Asian ash that produces warm bass tones and sharp slaps. Tension screws allow you to adjust the face for varied slap sounds. The main cajon body is made of Siam oak which creates a strong shell with good projection. The strong rubber feet keep your cajon off the floor for freer shell resonance and also serve to keep the drum from sliding as you play.
- 4/5" Asian ash playing surface
- Tension screws for adjusting slap tones
- Siam oak wood body
Order today and take part in those fun Latin jams.
- 12"W x 21"H x 12"D