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4 Feb 2018

Rhythm Tech debuts new improved cajon to make retail registers ring

instruments/percussion-instruments Rhythm Tech debuts new improved cajon to make retail registers ring

Rhythm Tech, creator of the world’s first crescent-shaped tambourine, announced the market introduction of a revamped Cajon with enhanced bass response at Winter NAMM 2018. According to Gil Soucy, Rhythm Tech Vice President & General Manager, the new and improved Cajon will entice percussionists with attractive styling and added comfort, while providing terrific margins for dealers.

“The new Rhythm Tech Cajon is designed to improve the playing and listening experience while offering our loyal dealers great margins on an affordable, versatile percussion instrument,” Soucy said. “The high quality build includes finely crafted edges for added comfort while playing, and the new enhanced bass port is tuned to allow thunderous bass response when desired. This carefully tuned instrument provides percussionists an incredibly wide range of musically pleasing tones suitable for every style of music, and therefore has phenomenal sales potential.”

With a more robust build quality and materials, improved sound and a beautiful ebony faceplate, the new model outperforms last year’s in every regard and is sure to be a hit with any artist looking for that distinctive Latin sound. The V snare wire provides controllable treble balance, and the playing surface and side panels are designed to create a wide range of creative tones for players in all genres. The Cajon is available for immediate delivery with a retail price of $149.

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