MEINL Percussion JC50DE Jam Cajon, Dark Eucalyptus
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Founded by Roland Meinl in 1951 and initially producing wind instruments, the first MEINL cymbals appeared in 1952 and were cut from large metal sheets, hammered, lathed and drilled by hand by Roland Meinl himself, who then personally transported them, on the luggage carrier of his bicycle, to the railway station for shipment. MEINL has since gone from such humble origins to become a world leader in percussion instruments.
The MEINL Jam Cajon with fixed internal snares is perfect for playing on the go. Its compact design is lightweight and easy to carry to drum circles or acoustic gigs. Crafted in Europe from Baltic birch wood, the Jam Cajon has great low-end punch when played near the centre and dishes out snare drum "slap" sounds when striking the top corners of the playing surface. The dual internal snares are fitted to rest against the inside of the front plate for a sensitive response. These sounds are perfect for providing the rhythmic foundation for acoustic music.
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