Sela SE 001 Snare Cajon Kit with Cajon Method Lessons
Watch Video Demonstration of this Cajon
The Snare Cajon Kit from Sela is a fantastic sounding cajon at a very low price. You don't need to be a gifted craftsman to build this cajon as the precisely made components make the assembly very easy. The instruction manual will guide you step-by-step through the building process. After the glue sets (around two to three hours) your great sounding cajon will be ready to be played.
You will have an instrument that really does sound amazing especially for its low price. It will give you a warm bass with a slight resonance and a crisp snare sound.
Snare Cajon Kit Features:
- Measurements: 18.5 in H x 11.8 in W x 11.8 in D
- Sela Snare System (removable snare, ability to add more snares)
- Attractive Playing Surface with Sela logo: Poplar veneer, 3 mm
- Resonance Body: 11 layers Birch, 15 mm
- Footing: Nonslip Rubber Feet
- All Materials
- Detailed Manual
- Cajon Method Book + Audio CD (With the Sela Cajon Method book, you can begin playing your first grooves on your own cajon within 10 minutes.)
Tools and Materials included:
With the Sela Snare Cajon Kit you can start building immediately. Everything is included in the box. You only need a cordless drill/driver.
Cajon Method with CD:
Enclosed with the kit is the Cajon Method with the accompanying CD. This will give you the ideal start. The CD features backing tracks you can play along to and the book will take you step-by-step through the beginning process of playing cajon.
I bought this as a gift for my 12 yr old son. Great success and a fun project to build. The cajon sounds exactly the same as in the demo. Perfect! Thx for fast delivery.
The kit was relatively easy to put together. After a couple coats of polyurethane it was ready to go. It is not the prettiest cajon (a simple box) but it sounds terrific and has a great bass.
Best cajon I have ever heard. Did extensive research before purchasing this kit. Has a wonderful rock sound with very deep bass and adjustable snare. I used hard wax oil to condition the wood once assembled. Beautiful! Just be careful how many coats you put on the drum head. I would suggest only one coat on the head but as many as you'd like on the top and sides. Too much on the head muffles the sound.