A cajon is a six sided, box-shaped percussion instrument that is a very unique and interesting percussion instrument that was derived from Peru. They are played by slapping the front or rear panels with your hands, fingers, or brushes, mallets, or sticks. The instrument came about in the 18th century and it is said that slaves are the ones who created this unique instrument. Cajon’s are a very popular instrument in the Americans and Spain.
Latin Percussion’s LP 1331 is a Cajon that gives you vibrant flamenco trills and rich bass tones due to the wire snares it houses. It has a durable plywood front panel that is adjustable with varying screw tension. Large rubber feet are secured to the bottom so it stays in place while being played. Wouldn’t it be awesome to tell people you play a Cajon? Talk about a conversation starter!
Specs: -12″W x 11-3/4″D x 17-1/4″H -Siam Oak sound board -All wood construction -Striking exterior finish -Three internal sets of snare wires for extra sensitivity and sound control -Textured seating surface