Birch Series Snare Cajon
This may be the best cajon drum for sale in its price range.The Kopf Snare design has very crisp snare and slap and a very punchy-low bass tone. The Birch Series Snare Cajon is constructed from the highest quality Baltic Birch Plywood available. The shell is a full 1" thick which makes for a very strong shell. The duel 1/8" baltic playing surfaces are attached with steel screws that can be adjusted to your liking. This design provides a very crisp snare-slap and a very low -punchy bass tone. The screws are black oxide coated to prevent corrosion. One of the playing surfaces has 4 non-adjustable snares and the other surface has no snares for a natural tone. The semi-gloss finish is hand-rubbed to keep it as delicate as possible and preserve the tone of the drum while still providing protection. There are 4 steel reinforced rubber feet on the bottom of the cajon for non-slip playing. It also has an upholstered vinyl seat and rounded corners.
12.5" X 12" X 20"
1" Baltic Birch Shell Construction
Two 1/8" Baltic Birch Playing Surfaces (One with snares and one without)
Hand Rubbed semi-gloss finish
1/2" Foam Rubber Seat with Polyester Top
Steel Reinforced Rubber Feet
4 Non-Adjustable Snares
Upholstered Vinyl Seat
No Hassle Returns!
Lifetime Warranty Against Flaws in Workmanship and/or materials!
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(Posted by Lester Thigpen on 16th Apr 2015)
This is the best cajon for the money on the market in my opinion. It delivers everything a professional level cajon should. It has the responsive snares and big bass all the while keeping the bass and the snares separated. This upholstered seat is a very nice touch too.
(Posted by Jack Harrison on 15th Apr 2015)
Great cajon. Well built and sounds amazing. Really big bass sound.
(Posted by Joel Morris on 14th Apr 2015)
My band has starting doing alot more acoustic shows so I wanted to ad a cajon to the mix. I wanted quality....and I wanted to buy American if possible. I wanted a big round bass tone and responsive snares. Basically, I was looking for a drum kit sound, in a cajon. This drum does just that. Great product!
(Posted by Max Cribb on 13th Apr 2015)
This is just what I was looking for. I wanted a USA made cajon that had a big bottom end and great snares. This drum does just that. No regrets at all.
(Posted by Johnny S. on 19th Mar 2015)
Big fat bass tone, nice sharp snares. Just what I was looking for. Beautiful drum....I recommend this drum to anyone looking for a professional quality cajon at a great price.
(Posted by Justin F. on 5th Jan 2015)
With deep, clean bass notes, a fat, crisp snare sound, and cutting claps in the corners, this cajon has so much more character than any of the others I've played in its price range. The double-playing surface is a great touch as well, and the non-snare side provides a more traditional Peruvian style that really highlights the birch's natural sonic quality. Its looks are the cherry on top -- I leave it out in my living room as a conversation starter and for spontaneous jams!
(Posted by Jenny Palmer on 30th Aug 2014)
For $230 you will never find a cajon that is at this level. I based my decision to purchase this cajon on customer reviews and the videos that were available. I am just thrilled by this instrument. It has a really big bottom end and the snare are just right. I love how the bass notes don't have snare in them as well. This drum stunning to look at to....looks like furniture! I am so glad that I decided to go with this one.
(Posted by Amy Bradshaw on 8th Nov 2013)
This is a fantastic cajon. It is definately worth alot more than what I paid for it. It seems to be put together very sturdy. I think it sounds amazing with great snare response and a really deep bass. I love the dual playing sides, the side without snares has some really cool cuban tones to it. Overall.......probably the best sounding cajon in it's price range.....seriously. I love it
(Posted by Jason Mils on 9th May 2013)
I can honestly say that this is one of the best cajons that I have played. It has a great low end. It has a beautiful snare sound. I looks great. very happy.
(Posted by Unknown on 18th Apr 2013)
I was looking for a mid-level cajon and decided on this cajon. I ordered it from X8drums.com after talking with one of their sales guys....I think his name was Matt. The quality of the drum is above mid-level in my opinion. I think it should be considered a pro cajon. I paid around 230 bucks for it.....got more than my moneys worth for sure.
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