A full size cajon, box drum with an adjustable snare.
When you're not laying down some sweet beats; it poses as an extra seat, table, foot rest, or end table.
It's built with solid bamboo; it has two tapas (1/8” birch ply) for two different playing surfaces.
One side is screwed on with the corners left unscrewed for slap sound, and the other side is glued on for more of a flamenco sound.
Not only was this cajon have multi playing surfaces but it also was given an adjustable snare to really give the musician a versatile range of style and rhythm to customize to their liking; with deep bass, high slap sounds.
A cajón (Spanish pronunciation: [kaˈxon] ka-hon, "box", "crate" or "drawer") is a box-shaped percussion instrument originally from Peru, played by slapping the front or rear faces (generally thin plywood) with the hands, fingers, or sometimes various implements such as brushes, mallets, or sticks.
'Cajones are primarily played in Afro-Peruvian music, as well as contemporary styles of flamenco and jazz among other genres. The term cajón is also applied to other unrelated box drums used in Latin American music such as the cajón de rumba used in Cuban rumba and the cajón de tapeo used in Mexican folk music.'
Size: 12"W x 17 1/2"H x 15"L
Material: bamboo, birch
Tree Dot Signature Inlay: Abalone
TYDE SLIMLINE SOPRANO
Eric Lundholm, a new addition to the TYDE team, built two koa and cherry sopranos.
Both are one of kind and are the perfect new addition to any individual person or family.
This durable slimline is not only a beauty in sound, and looks but is also easy to take on any adventure.
Materials & Build:
Wood~ Koa (soundboard), Cherry (back, sides & neck) and Ebony (fretboard, bridge and 3 dot signature).
Inlay ~ Ebony 3 dot w/ Abalone fret markers
Strings ~ Romaro high G
Tuner~ Graft tech ratio tuners
Scale ~ 13” 9/16
Soft 3/8 Bevel ~ top & back
Front sound hole only
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