It works like this: spirals inside the Cajon press against the playing surface at a precisely defined angle. When the surfaces are played, the spirals vibrate in a controlled manner and produce a modern snare-cajon sound. The spiral technology can be removed from the 2inOne Cajon in one quick movement. The Cajon then produces the traditional Cuban sound.
The most successful Schlagwerk Cajon to date captivates with its crisp, controlled sound coupled with its authentic crate-like design. The variable snare crossbar allows the traditional instrument to be changed into a universal Snare Cajon in just one move. A superior price/performance ratio and the “made in Germany” label are the reasons behind the success of this Cajon.
No instrument has determined the Cajon design as much as the CP 404. Now the cult Cajon model is also available with a darker playing surface - an outstanding visual alternative, but uncompromising in terms of sound and workmanship.
Schlagwerk 2 in One Series CP408 Cajon Features
- Beachwood Front Plate
- Body Constructed of 8 Ply's of Birch
- 2inOne-Technique with 40 Snares
- Snares inside the Cajon press against the playing surface at a precisely defined angle.
- Snares can be removed from the 2inOne Cajon in one quick movement.