A scaled-down 3/4 size Flamenco-Stly cajon perfect for young players. Made of Monterey Pine panels and constructed using dovetailed joints. The playing and resonant surfaces are made from multi-ply Lupuna and Spanish Cedar. Crafted by hand in Peru for Solb by A Tempo Percussion.
ALSO INCLUDES: Cajon Method Book by Paul Jennings
This beginner’s guide for anyone learning to play the cajon takes you through the basics of the instrument and its techniques with dozens of exercises and over 30 grooves from many genres including rock, Latin, blues, jazz, flamenco, funk, and more. With the book come 45 accompanying online videos that demonstrate many of the rhythms and techniques in the book.
Originally developed in Peru during the 18th century by slaves using shipping crates as an instrument, the cajon has become popular, not only in Afro-Peruvian music, but in blue, pop, world music and jazz. A great instrument for introducing the multicultural rhythms to students. A tempo Percussion is the Largets manufacturer of Cajons in Peru. All of their instruments are handcrafted.