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Pearl Inner Circle Multi-Drum Cajon with Strap
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Pearl's Inner Circle Multi-Drum Cajon features a fiberglass shell finished in an exquisite Tequila Sunrise color and features select blended Asiatic ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A unique drum with both classic cajon and wearable djembe functionality.
Pearl's Inner Circle Multi-Drum Cajon features a fiberglass shell finished in an exquisite Tequila Sunrise color and features select blended Asiatic hardwood faceplates for optimal tone. This distinctive cajon features a cajon, conga, and djembe/timbao wearable option.
Sit ontop for standard cajon playing, or simply unlatch and fold the cajon top open, remove the Inner Circle drum and place on the closed cajon to be played as a conga at a comfortable height. Attach the accompanying sling to the Inner Circle drum to allow shoulder-slung timbao or djembe playing. Then, simply place the Inner Drum back into the cajon shell and relatch for easy transport.
- Fiberglass shell
- Asiatic hardwood frontplate
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- Great Sound
- Huge Tone
- Small Venues
- Traditional Irish
Comments about Pearl Inner Circle Multi-Drum Cajon with Strap:
After owning numerous Cajones I ran across this baby. I recently had the Pearl jingle jangle thing modified, removed the jingles, the strainer removed on one side and braced the top front a bit. I could never get the tone I was looking for. Not good separation or a good bass tone. Well, this one has it! I am using it for traditional Irish Music, in acoustic (acoustics guitars, fiddles, etc..) songs it blends in nicely. When we kick it up a bit, I can really get on it. I use the Cajone pedal from Gibraltar, that took modifying as the bracket is too short for this box.
The fact that you can remove the main drum from the box made for a great march we did through the venue.
The best I have used and seen for far, IMHO!