Gon Bops Fiesta Cajon Mahogany Snare with Bag - 12 x 11 x 19

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The best value going! Features four internal snare wires arranged in two V-shapes running down the front plate, as well as a set of small adjustable bells that can be moved to touch the front panel if desired. The wires’ tension can be adjusted via two small hex bolts on the bottom with necessary hex key conveniently supplied and housed inside the drum. And heavy-duty rubber feet ensure ample bass tones don’t get lost in the floor.

To top it all off, a free quality Gon Bops gig bag is included! Priced smartly for students and beginners − or the perfect grab’n’go instruments – the Gon Bops Fiesta line offers tone, versatility and durability typically found at a much higher price point. These are great sounding instruments – built to last!

Gon Bops Fiesta Cajon Mahogany Snare with Bag Features
  • Internal, adjustable bells provide additional tones
  • Includes free Gon Bops gig bag
  • Priced smartly for students and beginners
  • A perfect grab'n'go instrument!

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Review: Luis Ramos Submitted: 1/5/2018

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



Love it
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Great sounds

Review: John Davis Submitted: 7/1/2015

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



half of a cajon

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other than: the "Mahogany face plate", the seat pad, made from rejected,ultra thin mouse pad material,it is well made, If,there is any Mahogany in the face plate, it is the thin,unfinished veneer on the inside. the rest of the plate looks to be made of plastic or poplar, and the face to be a paper decal. Out of the box I could only get a bass sound, and no snap from the plate at all. But the back of the drum produced quality sound. after adjusting the snare wired, i finely found the snare sound, but it can only be produced on the top left corner of the drum. Quit limiting. A nice touch is the string of plastic jingles on the snare wires, and the gig bag is nice. I plain to use this on a street corner, with a group of musicians. I was hoping to be able to replace my concert cajon (10 years old and broken snares) but it does not have the volume or quality of sound. Given variances in manufacturing, you might get a good one,with a wider sweet spot, who knows?


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