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DG De Gregorio Bravo Snare Cajon

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Product Price $209.30
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The Bravo is made of first-grade birch plywood. The wood composition is flexible and allows optimum response with the snare system that achieves an e...Click To Read More About This Product

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Professional-sounding caj³n at an affordable price.

The Bravo is made of first-grade birch plywood. The wood composition is flexible and allows optimum response with the snare system that achieves an effective unity of sound, between metal and wood. It features a simplified snare mechanism that does not allow quick snare replacement and independent fine tuning.

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  • First-grade birch plywood construction
  • Flexible composition
  • Optimum snare response
  • Simple snare mechanism

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DG De GregorioBravo Snare Cajon
 
4.0

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3.0

Expected more for the price

By Mike

from SW Georgia, USA

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Pros

  • Sensitive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Venues

    Comments about DG De Gregorio Bravo Snare Cajon:

    Expected more from this instrument. I've played several of the leading brands and ended up with a similarly priced Schlagwerk. Unit had decent sound but very little differentiation between bass and snare sounds. Way to much buzz. Possibly because this is a string unit, not a snare. Too bad, this is one beautiful drum. Much nicer looking than the one I settled on. If possible, go to a store and listen to both snare and string Cajons. I like more separation between bass and snare tones.

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    5.0

    Great little piece of musical equipment.

    By CNBaker

    from U.S. Military Stationed Overseas

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    Pros

    • great adjustability
    • Great Sound
    • Huge Tone
    • Responsive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Accompaniment

      Comments about DG De Gregorio Bravo Snare Cajon:

      I bought this just to mess around, and just make some cool sounds, but everyone loves it and in a small setting of just goofing off on acoustic guitars, and other non powered equipment its defiantly has its place. Anyone can play it, when nobody is playing with it, it makes a nice place to rest a frosty Man-Pop. Put some marshmallows on some skewers and let the kids beat on it, once the get enough sugar in them they sound like Neal Peart!

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