Cajons are wooden boxes played as drums. The term ‘cajon’ is a Spanish origin means box or drawer. Cajon is made with thin wood on one side, thicker layer of plywood to the other sides and the top and its back contains the sound hole enabling the front surface to produce different sounds.
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Pyle Stringed Jam Cajon is the most perfect on-the-go musical instrument. It is a compact sized and ultra lightweight instrument that is easy to carry, everywhere you go, whether you are going for drum circles, unplugged gigs.
This cajon deliver the classic cajon sound and can be played with Flamenco or World Music. It is also very useful during unplugged gigs for delivering the rhythmic foundation for a whole band when a full drum set cannot be used.
Latin Percussion LP1427 LP Americana Groove Cajon is manufactured entirely in the USA. It is constructed using hand-select, plantation grown Baltic Birch which is chosen for its superior durability and incredible resonance.
Meinl BC1NTWR Cafe Cajon is an instrument ideal for acoustic gigs when a full drum kit cannot be used. It comes with a free Meinl standard Cajon gig bag for protection against dirt, dust, & moisture, and hassle-free transportation.
This cajon's versatility is unmatched - from praise & worship services, theatrical productions to rock ‘n roll shows and small coffee house sets. Its wide range of sounds and ease of use makes it more than capable to integrate into your main act.
Meinl JC50LBNT Jam Cajon is the perfect grab-and-go percussion instrument for singer/songwriter circles, spontaneous jam sessions, and supporting acoustic bands in small intimate settings. It is more compact for easier transport and straightforward use.
Since its early beginnings, cajon does not change all that much which is built with bass tones, adjustable snare and amplification made from plywood construction. The cajon can produce different sounds by simply tapping or beating on the different parts of its front surface.