DeUno Snare Cajons from Kopf Percussion
The DeUno Snare Cajon is a modern version of the traditional Cuban and Peruvian/Spanish Cajon drums. The construction of the Kopf Cajon starts with a solid poplar shell (resonating box). There are two tapas (playing surfaces) that are made from the finest quality baltic birch plywood available. One tapa has 4 non-adjustable snares and the other does not making this drum two cajones in one! Both Playing surfaces are completely glued rather than screwed to the frame. This gives the drum its amazing resonance and rich overtones. If you are looking for a cajon with loads of low end BOOM....then this is one of the best cajon drums for you. The whole cajon is finished with a thin clear satin finish to provide protection while preserving the wonderfull tone of the drum. It is craftsmanship at it's best! Everything is handcrafted, right here in the USA, right down to the custom seat on the top of the drum!.
12 x 12 x 20Solid 1" Poplar Shell
1/8" Baltic Birch Playing Surface
Vinyl Seat with 1.5" Padding
Steel Reinforced Rubber Feet
Hand Rubbed Satin Finish
No Hassel Returns!
Lifetime warranty against defective workmanship and/or materials!
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(Posted by J. Mathis on 4th Oct 2016)
I have used this drum at 4 gigs now and love it. Top notch company.
(Posted by Margie Barrett on 17th Apr 2015)
It is my opinion that this may very well be the next great percussion company. I had read alot about these cajons and the reviews were spot on. Great drum Kopf! When are you going to start making more than cajons? I can't wait to see more!
(Posted by Charlie Portman on 16th Apr 2015)
I got the DeUno because I wanted something that sounds a little different. It has a very warm tone . The bass is very low and rings out like a djembe would. There are two playing surfaces that have very different sounds. One side has the snares and the other is a more woody sound. This is a great cajon.
(Posted by Jen Merrit on 15th Apr 2015)
I bought this instrument on the recommendation of Steve at Kopf Percussion. I told him that I wanted a very versatile cajon. The DeUno delivers. It has a good bass tone that is really boomy and the snares are good to. What I really like is the other playing surface that doesn't have snares. It really sounds a lot like bongos and congas. I love it.
(Posted by M. Broadhead on 14th Apr 2015)
This DeUno cajon is a real pleasure to own. The craftsmanship is top of the line and it sounds great. I love the seat and the tone is amazing. Lots of boomy resonance. Great for a novice or a pro.
(Posted by Jess Mitchem on 13th Apr 2015)
This cajon was purchased after much research and consideration. I was looking for a cajon that would be very versatile and durable. The DeUno fits the bill. This cajon has a great deal of resonance. It really rings out. The bass is a very boomy low end type of bass (which is what i was looking for). I have to say that you do have to work just a little bit harder to get the snares but it is worth it to have that amazing bass tone. Great cajon!
(Posted by J. Meeks on 19th Mar 2015)
Seasoned player with 22 years of experience. I know quality and this is a high quality as it gets. Rich warm tone with everything where it should be.
(Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2014)
My second cajon...should have been my first. Great bass and resonance and a very comfortable top. Very pretty too!
(Posted by Robert Watkins on 30th Aug 2014)
This is my second cajon. When I wanted to upgrade from my Aspire cajon, I started looking around and found that Kopf Percussion was considered to be at the top of the game. Being made in the USA was an added bonus. This cajon has the most amazing bass tone I have ever heard from a cajon. So resonant and warm. I love it. Well constructed and beautiful. AAA+++
(Posted by TJ on 3rd May 2013)
I bought this cajon from X8drums.com for around 300 bucks. I was looking for a cajon with great tone. The people at X8 recommended this cajon for its great resonance and versatility. It has two playing tapas. I also like the fact that it was made in my home state of Georgia.
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