The LP Aspire Cajon gains its emphatic bottom-end from a solid hardwood body, constructed from woods chosen for their resonant properties. The interior houses a single set of wire snares for those aut... Read More
The LP Aspire Cajon gains its emphatic bottom-end from a solid hardwood body, constructed from woods chosen for their resonant properties. The interior houses a single set of wire snares for those authentic flamenco trills and the cajon's durable hardwood front panel is adjustable with varying screw tension.
This LP Aspire Junior Cajon has a front ply hardwood playing surface with a solid hardwood body. The internal snare wires are easily accessed and adjusted, as is the front panel. Large rubber feet help define the cajon's sound and keep it from walking off while you're pounding out those hot flamenco beats.
The Aspire cajon's height is a smaller than usual at 15-1/2", comfortable for smaller players, while the 9-3/4"-width still provides ample resonance. To ensure that bass tones are not grounded into hardwood or otherwise non-carpeted floors, the LP Aspire Cajon is fitted with large rubber feet.
Priced well and constructed sturdily, the LP Aspire is the perfect cajon to introduce students, hobbyists, and even working club musicians to one of the hottest percussion instruments on the planet.
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I love this cajon! I got this cajon for Christmas and it is great for any amount of experience. I've had my cajon for almost 2 years now and it's still in perfect shape from when I got it!! I recommend this for anyone who just wants to jam out whenever.
To me there is just not enough low end sound and not enough distinction between the different tones you are supposed to get out of a Cajon. I think that most percussionists who buy one of these for the 1st time will have fun at first but as they play with more musicians they will soon find the tone of this instrument lacking. however, after a lot of compression and reverb we were able to get some neat sounds out of it in the studio
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