The Cajon has become extremely popular and for good reason. The square-ish box offers delightful tones, sometimes muted and sometimes open, which simulate everything from bongos to tumbas to snare drums, when played with hand slaps, deep palm "dooms" and sizzling finger staccato patterns. The cajon looks for the all the world like a humble box but it has become so much more.
The LP Aspire Cajon gains its emphatic bottom-end from a solid hardwood body, constructed from woods chosen for their resonant properties. The interior houses a set of wire snares for those authentic flamenco trills and the durable plywood front panel is adjustable with varying screw tension.
The height is a convenient 17-¼", comfortable for all players, while the width is 12" for ample resonance. To ensure that bass tones are not "grounded" into hardwood or otherwise non-carpeted floors, the LP Aspire Cajon is fitted with large rubber feet.