The standard cajon has a complete design.
It is a rectangular box with a hole on the back side, where a microphone can be attached.
There are 4 vertically stretched strings inside the cajon, near the front panel, to create that characteristic "sandy" sound when played.
It has knobs to tune the strings at the bottom (earlier models have them on the sides).
Rubber feet at the bottom make it stable on almost any surface.
We use high quality natural materials to make our cajons.
The body is made of high quality glued birch (alder in some cases).
The front side is made of high quality birch plywood. We use 3mm plywood as standard, this gives a maximum overtone sound, which adds much richer bass and a sensible treble.
We also use birch plywood for the back side. The sides are fixed with stainless steel screws.
We cover the top with stain and hard oil, produced in Italy, which is also used to coat countertops, kitchenware and furniture.
All the materials used are environmentally friendly.