CajonTab®️ 12” Jumbo with hard maple click snare
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CajonTab®️ 12” Jumbo with hard maple click snare

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This is our 12” Jumbo CajonTab with hard maple click snare.

We added two hand sanded and hand finished hard maple click snares to the external snare bar, giving the player an additional “clap” or castanet tone for building more complex beats.

The click snare is a great snare substitute (although this drum also has a wire snare tone too!) for when you need a high clap tone to cut through other instruments or voices.

Our drums ship with a free black guitar strap as well as a 60-day money back guarantee. We want you to try our drums for yourself and make your decision. If you don’t like it, just send it back to us and we’ll issue a refund!

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  • Does the additional castinet type sound change the traditional sound. I need a great snare sound but the added feature peaks my interest. Thanks.

    The addition of the "click snare" won't change the snare sound; they rest on top of the external snare bar but don't interact with the snare wires.

  • Can you play this with your feet?

    It depends how you play it with your feet...

    If you want to use one of our drums as a bass drum with a pedal, I would recommend either the 14" size or a full size cajon.  

    If you want a drum that can be struck with the foot, I don't think the 10" or 12" is going to be big enough.  You'd probably want the 14" size to give a more flexible playing surface. Adding a pair of clickers to the snare bar could also add an option that you could play by foot.

  • Since it says the maple clicks are attached to the snare with Velcro, can they be taken on & off as needed if you don’t always want that click sound? Or will the exposed Velcro get in the way of playing? I’ve never played a cajon so I don’t know if I need the maple clicks. Thanks

    The click attachment can be removed as desired!  However, they wouldn't get in the way of playing the snare since you don't actually need to hit the snare bar to make the snare sound; the snare bar merely needs to be engaged on the playing surface !  The clickers give you one more high pitched voice for your patterns, and are totally optional and don't impact the sound of the snare otherwise! I wouldn't even advise removing them!