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!)
The Toca Player's Series Cajon is ideal for beginning drummers who don't want to compromise sound quality for affordability. Instead of loading a poor-sounding drum with tons of adjustable parameters, Toca outfitted the Player's Series cajons with quality wood and snare wires-and that's it.
The Toca cajon's relatively simple design allows you to get familiar with the technique involved in playing, without getting bogged down in the minutia of infinite adjustability.