Meinl Headliner Series Cajon & Mahogany Frontplate Mahogany Frontplate

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The Meinl Cajon from the Headliner series delivers the classic cajon sound at an affordable price and can be used in flamenco or world music. For more sound options, the top corners of the box drum can be adjusted, allowing the player to customize the amount of snap desired.History of the CajonBesides the skin used on the heads of hand drums, there are two other materials used for percussive instr More
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