Tycoon Mobile Cajon

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Whether you're hiking to the top of Machu Picchu, parading down Bourbon Street or busking in the subways, the Tycoon Mobile Cajon is made with travelers in mind. There is no rhythm section as versatile and transportable as this little crate-inspired innovation, and its handcrafted construction ensures a beautiful sound in any environment. The hand-selected Bubinga wood creates bright, vibrant wooden tones and the adjustable snare wires let you tweak the sound until you get just the right amount of sizzle.


  • Portable version of our Box Cajon
  • Made from Bubinga wood
  • Dimensions: 5.5"Νx 8.5"Νx 11"Ν

Our Tycoon Percussion Cajons are carefully selected and tested to meet the needs of the most discriminating professional percussionist. We guarantee you'll love 'em or we'll refund your money. Perhaps you haven't heard of the name 'Tycoon', however the Tycoon line of Cajons goes head-to-head with brands such as 'Meinl', 'Latin Percussion' and 'Gon Bops'.

Tycoon percussion has been making top quality percussion instruments for over 20 years and only recently have started to make a presence in the U.S market.

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  • Posted by Billy in Portland on 10th Apr 2015


    cool little portable cajon, great sound

    This is a SWEET LITTLE BOX with nice tones! I took it to one of my open mic jams on the weekend and got a kick out of how everyone kept fighting to play on it. Light, portable, good adjustable snare, fun to play in an acoustic setting (but even though the guitars, bass and singers were amped, the cajon sound projected great). If you're looking for a deep bass tone this won't do it but with different hits you can coax an amazing variety of sounds from this baby. I used a djembe for the low tones and rocked the bubinga on my lap for everything else. Although the box has tiny rubber button feet I went to a hardware store and got some larger ones to keep it from slipping off my lap. You can also hold it between your knees, bongo style, but again may need to put a couple of rubber feet on the outside edges. (This isn't my main performing cajon but is a LOT of fun for pickup playing, jams, easy rehearsals, etc.) Be sure to check out Tycoon as a company, employer and responsible steward of the environment -- you will be pleasantly surprised. [I just bought a set of their bongos as a gift and have played on their awesome ashikos.]