These Meinl Headliner Series String cajons feature an internal system of strings that span from the top to the bottom of the playing surface to deliver a sensitive rattle that acts as a snare effect. ... Click To Read More About This Product
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These Meinl Headliner Series String cajons feature an internal system of strings that span from the top to the bottom of the playing surface to deliver a sensitive rattle that acts as a snare effect. The strings are fully adjustable for different tastes. Simply tighten or loosen the two screws at the bottom of the cajon with the allen wrench provided to find your characteristic voice.
A deep and boom rubber wood frontplate in silver sparkle finish provides the basis for rich sound development and an exotic appearance. This durable playing surface delivers a full bass spectrum, cutting snare slaps, and responds beautifully to soft finger rolls. The top corners of the front plate are adjustable by tightening or loosening the screws - another feature from Meinl that allows you to completely customize your stylistic palate. This will alter the distance between the frontplate corner and cajon body, resulting in a varied amount of "slap" sound.
The silver sparkle finish rubber wood resonating body has solid construction and excellent tonal qualities that broaden your bass notes and focus your rolls and corner hits to take your beats to the next level, leaving you feeling inspired to play more.
Meinl Headliner Series Cajons are ideal for any skill level and musician. Their wide range of sounds, ease of use and musicality make these cajons more than capable to integrate into your main act, live or in the studio.
Rubber wood construction Fixed internal snare system Tunable frontplate Silver sparkle finish
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