Cajons are box-shaped percussion instruments originally from Peru, played by slapping the front or rear faces with the hands, fingers, or various implements such as brushes, mallets or sticks. They are enjoying increasing popularity in acoustic settings due to their versatility of sounds and portability. (plus they double as a seat!)
Easy to play. Accompanies an acoustic guitar nicely and great when a full drum set is not an option. Padded gig bags makes it safe and convenient to take with you. Sapelle striking surface with basswood body. Internal snare wires and rattle. Tone adjustable. Anti-slip seat. Rubber feet. Free padded gig bag. 19"(H) x 12"(W) x 15.5"(D).
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