El Maestro Cajon

Designed with master percussionist Walfredo Reyes Sr., the highly original El Maestro cajon is designed to play while using hi-hats, foot bells or other instruments requiring pedals. A unique triangular shape allows the player to sit in drum throne playing position without straddling awkwardly....

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Daniel de los Reyes Signature Cajon

Gon Bops introduces the Daniel de los Reyes signature Cajon, crafted from choice poplar wood selected for its warm resonance, and internal wires perfectly positioned to deliver rootsy-sounding snare sounds. Anyone playing country, roots, Americana, rock & roll, or really any style of music, will...

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Alex Acuna Special Edition Cajon

This gorgeous instrument is also one of the best-sounding Cajons available anywhere! Deep, resonant bass tones are awe-inspiring, and playing closer to the corners results in some truly sublime effects as the minimalist guitar string wires -- configured diagonally across the top corners -- are...

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Alex Acuna Signature Cajon

Authentically Peruvian! Mohena hardwood construction, meticulously dovetailed corners and pristine lacquer finish all add up to a quality instrument designed for Alex Acuna. Partially-sealed front panel design results in louder, tighter bass and plenty of high-end "pop". The matte-finish...

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El Toro Cajon

Named after highly-acclaimed percussionist and educator Efrain Toro, the El Toro Cajon looks and sounds exactly as you would expect from Gon Bops: simply amazing! Crafted from solid Peruvian Mohena, the El Toro features inner guitar string wires for authentic Flamenco tones. The angled front...

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Rumbero Cajon

New for 2014, the Rumbero is handcrafted in Peru from Nogal wood, with Mohena and Requia inlay. Internal flamenco guitar stings provide plenty of snap -- without sacrificing bass response -- for tone that is sublime. Handcrafted and meticulously tested by our skilled Peruvian artisans, the...

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Mixto Cajon

Blending the Flamenco tradition of Spain with the authentic Folk tradition of Peru, Gon Bops has created a remarkable Cajon that boasts two playable panels. A unique sideways sound port design allows performers to play either the front or back panel...or both. The Flamenco side provides guitar...

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Flamenco Cajon

An authentic Spanish Flamenco Cajon crafted from lightweight wood and featuring internal guitar string wires. To keep the wood as light as possible while maintaining strength, a wide wood brace is used. As a result, the tone is pure Flamenco! Each Cajon is meticulously handcrafted and tested in...

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Tumbao Pro Cajons

Smartly finished in Walnut and Burnt-Toast-Burst, a Maple front panel and internal snare wire design provide plenty of high-end pop without sacrificing low end response. Flamenco tones are a snap to achieve! The front panel is also easily adjustable by varying screw tension. Manufactured to the...

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Bongo Cajon

A unique approach to the Box Cajon, our Bongo Cajon is designed to play between the knees like traditional Bongo drums for distinct Macho and Hembra tones. With its loud, responsive snap, the Gon Bops Bongo Cajon is ideal in virtually any musical setting. Meticulously handcrafted with a Mohena...

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Commuter Cajon

Introducing the Commuter, a great-sounding, fully-collapsible Cajon that fits smartly into a backpack for transport to gigs, rehearsals and sessions. Ideal for urban musicians who commute by bike, public transportation or small vehicle, the Commuter also fits easily into overhead luggage...

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Fiesta Cajons

The best value going! The Walnut model includes an external knob to adjust the pressure on the internal snare wires, allowing for the snare to be turned off completely. The Mahogany model contains four internal snare wires arranged in two v-shapes running down the front plate, as well as a set...

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El Flaco Cajon

Ultra-thin, ultra-portable, the El Flaco Cajon delivers flamenco snare sounds and muted bass tones − perfect for travel, rehearsals or working on your favorite patterns just about anywhere. Unlike other practice Cajons, the full size playing panel provides realistic look and feel, while handy...

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Marimbula

With deep African roots, the Marimbula originated in 19th century Cuba. It is widely acknowledged as an important instrument in the development of Afro-Cyban music, specifically Changui. Our Marimbula produces deep, mellow tones often used as a substitute for bass in acoustic ensembles. Eight...

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