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CAJON FLAMENCO

REF: I-CF

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Built in 12 mm birch plywood, the Cajon Flamenco MISSOM® allows control of some tones of the instrument, adjusting the musical or technical needs of each, thanks to a system of seven tuners front (only ¼ of the tabletop is fixed), allowing them to set the lid in different ways to the resonance box. In addition to these tuners, inside it is still possible to adjust the tension of the fillers, through a system developed by MISSOM®. The Cajon is an instrument that originated in Peru in the colonial era and was developed by enslaved African cultures. At that time, were seized boxes and drawers to make this instrument, which became the primary rhythmic accompaniment of popular tunes.

NICO ARNICHO DEMONSTRATES CAJONS BY MISSOM®

Nico Arnicho, a famous percussionist from Uruguay, demonstrates in these two videos how to use the Cajons made in MISSOM®. It's a great pleasure for us to introduce our instruments by such valuable players like Nico Arnicho, to who we send our best regards for hi generosity. We hope that you can enjoy the videos!