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Meinl Viva Rhythm Cajon 2 Go

Model: MEI-VR-CAJ2GO

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The Meinl Meinl Viva Rhythm Cajon 2 Go is crafted from a durable Cardboard. This fully functioning instrument comes complete with internal snare wires. This is the ultimate travel percussion instrument. It's lightweight and folds up to a ...
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Meinl Viva Rhythm Cajon 2 Go - Product Information

The Meinl Meinl Viva Rhythm Cajon 2 Go is crafted from a durable Cardboard. This fully functioning instrument comes complete with internal snare wires. This is the ultimate travel percussion instrument. It's lightweight and folds up to a slim transportable size. In an educational environment the Viva Rhythm Cajon 2 Go is an excellent surface for student decoration.

  • Size: 13,5" W x 18" H x 12,5" D
  • Materials: Cardboard
  • Comfortably holds up to 150 kg / 330 lbs
  • Naturally deep bass and crisp snare sound

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Really great cajon

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We ordered several of these cajon for our music camp. The kids assembled them (very easy) and then spent the first morning decorating them with paints and markers. From then on they had all kinds of musical activities with them and enjoyed them a lot. They are durable and sound great. They are affordable, light weight, easily transportable, fun and durable. We will definitely order them again each year for our music camp.

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Posted By:

Dianne

Rating:

5.00

Meinl Cajon 2 Go

Comments:

The LP cajon that I use in my percussion setup has good sound, but it's bulky and it weighs more than 13 pounds. The Meinl cardboard Cajon 2 Go sounded interesting mostly because it's very lightweight (about one pound) and it folds up into another cardboard box for travel. I thought it might be a good alternative for acoustic gigs with just a few other instruments. I still think it might be useful. Its snare sound, at the top edge of the instrument's front panel, is pretty good. But I found it to be a bit too short (I'm tall, and it's a few inches shorter than my real Cajon), and mostly it sounds like you're hitting (what would you expect?) a cardboard box rather than a resonant instrument. It produces a dull thump instead of a rounded tone. This is an interesting attempt, and I think it's partially successful, but I would love to see the same design team produce a portable, lightweight instrument that folds like this one, is a bit taller to accommodate players my size, and is made from harder materials, perhaps plastic, that could approach the sound of a well-made wooden Cajon.

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Posted By:

Jim

Rating:

4.00
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