The MEINL Headliner Cajon delivers the classic cajon sound at an affordable price and can be used in Flamenco or World Music.
It is also very useful during unplugged gigs for delivering the rhythmic foundation for a whole band when a full drum set can't be used. For more sound options, the top corners of the cajon can be adjusted, allowing the player to customize the amount of snap desired.
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Meinl Headliner Cajon Features
- Adjustable top corners
- Adjustable sizzle effect
- Anti-slip sitting surface
- Included Allen Wrench
MEINL's Headliner Range of Percussion features great quality, sound and workmanship at an affordable price.
It offers first time as well as advanced players percussion instruments which meet the highest standards. Selected materials, accurate converting and stability guarantee a long lasting enjoyment of the MEINL Headliner Range.
THE CAJON - one of the most versatile and popular percussion instruments
The Cajon is one of today's most popular percussion instruments because it is very easy to play and provides a great feel and rhythmic foundation to any musical situation. It is fun to experiment with and is popular in literally every musical genre as it is often used during unplugged gigs or softer songs to replace an entire drum kit. Besides the drum set, it is the most versatile rhythm instrument available and should not be missing in any drummer's- or percussionist's arsenal.
Some MEINL percussion artists who actively use a Cajon either in their set-up, or as a solo instrument, include:
- Wolfgang Haffner, Germany (Till Broenner, Nils Landgren)
- Kenny Aronoff, USA
- Chad Wackerman, USA
- Ron van Stratum, Netherlands
- Anna Tornquist, Sweden (Calaisa)
- Luis Conte, USA
- Amel Serra, Cuba
- Juan Carlos Melian, Spain