The MEINL VivaRhythm Cajon 2 Go is the ultimate grab-and-go instrument! Made entirely of cardboard, this instrument pops up from a single flat piece into a full size cajon in four easy steps. The structure is stable and can comfortably hold children or adult players. Inside is a fixed set of snare wires to provide a crisp snare drum sound. The cardboard material provides naturally deep bass, making the Cajon 2 Go a great, inexpensive alternative to the traditional wood style cajon construction.
The actual assembly of the bongo cajon is very easy; an enclosed instruction manual will guide you through this fun project step by step. At the end, the finish of the bongo cajon can be customized by adding oil, lacquer, wax or paint which will provide a totally unique and personal design to the instrument. The wood used for the Make Your Own Bongo Cajon is Birch (Betula) which ensures a powerful and warm sound. It comes with all of the parts and a list of the materials and tools needed for assembly. The instruction manual is issued in seven languages (German, English, Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese and Chinese).
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·Internal Snare Wires
·Hard Rubber Feet
General information Thanks to its compact size, the Meinl JC50LBNT Jam Birch Cajon can easily and simply be used with any jam session, in any studio or similar. get picked up. Although Meinl's Cajon is very compact, it still has a full, powerful bass sound when you hit it in the middle. You get high slaps when you play the cajon in the upper corners. Two snare sets are placed against the inside of the clubface for crispy and reactive effects. Cajon: versatile drum instrument The Cajon (aka Kachon) is a versatile percussion instrument. Originally, this was used in traditional Peruvian music, which is still used today as an acoustic alternative to a classic drums. Thanks to the powerful bass sound and the vibration of the snare carpet, which are located inside the cajon, you can play all sorts of drum rhythms of different musical styles. The use of accessories, such as a pedestal, and various brushes is possible. Meinl Roland Meinl Musical Instruments is a German percussion instruments manufacturer. The company history dates back to the 50s of the last century. Roland Meinl previously produced wind instruments as a one-man business. But after Meinl also produced cymbals, the demand for the percussion instruments of Meinl grew. Under the name "Meinl Cymbals" the first cymbal series were brought to the market, including u. a. the "Romen Mark 70" and "Romen Mark 74" series counted. With the "King Beat" series, the complete breakthrough was made, because the high quality of this handmade cymbal series quickly spread among musicians. Signature series followed, such as the well-known Billy Cobham series by a Panamanian-American jazz drummer, whom Meinl named "Tri Tonal". To this day, Meinl is one of the leading percussion manufacturers, who incidentally also launched their own percussion brand called "Nino Percussion" for children.
SNARECRAFT CAJON 11 3/4" W X 19 3/4" H X 11 3/4" D
MEINL Snarecraft cajons combine articulate rhythmic punctuation with a warm tonal quality to give players a focused sound and wide dynamic range. Made of Baltic birch wood, MEINL Snarecraft cajons respond with a punchy low end thud and crisp slap tones. The highly expressive snare sounds come from dual internal sets of snare wires that are fixed against the frontplate. Rounded corners on the playing surface offer total comfort while maximizing your touch.?
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The Meinl Woodcraft Cajon WCP100MB comes with a striking suface in the elegant Makah-Burl finish. The Cajons of the Woodcraft series are made of Baltic Birch wood and are equipped with special metal strings inside, which provide a well defined snare and bass sound. The construction of 12 mm thick birch wood provides a warm and crisp tone that is ideal for full backbeats and articulated finger rolls. The rounded edges also provide better control and a more pleasant playing experience.
Made in Spain with hand-held technology
7-ply birch (9 mm thick) Betula pendula eucalyptus faceplate, matt lacquer ergonomically shaped fron panel for better sets dimensions (H X W X D): 48 x 28 x 30 cm
This Meinl Artisan Tango Cajon features two groupings of three pre-tuned metal micro-coiled cajon strings that span across the inside of the playing surface for a crisp snare effect. A Light Eucalyptus front plate and 7-Ply, 9mm thick Baltic Birch body develops the sound into a full, punchy tone that projects with clarity and warmth.
The Soleá Line features two groupings of four pre-tuned metal micro-coiled cajon strings that span across the inside of the playing surface. These strings are hand-wound in the style of master cajon builder, José "Pepote" Hernández Diaz. Inside the Soleá Line of cajons is a special bass reflex system that enhances low end notes for a deeper bass sound. Rounded corners and thumb notches on the top of the frontplate and resonating body optimize playing comfort and sound. The 9-Ply, 12mm thick Baltic Birch resonating body develops the sound into a full, punchy tone that projects with clarity and warmth. Made in Spain.