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The policy of our enterprise makes us always be on the lookout for the opinions of the musicians in the percussion world. So it is not coincidence that this model appears after having taken into account the opinions, tastes and points of view of musicians and professionals of the “world of the sound”.

We tried to create a cajon with explosive high notes and configurable bass notes without manufacturing a “monster” (measurements) that would be hard to carry. That is the reason why we don’t scrimp in technical investment in J. Leiva Percussion in order to make our ideas come true. And our idea was conceived after many proofs and rehearsals and from there the OMEYA BASS STUDIO “appeared”.

It is a spectacular cajon in sound and design and amazing in technical advances applied to this kind of instrument. So we can offer to the audience the first cajon in the world with configurable bass notes “à la carte” regarding to the frequency (hz) of the bass notes and also regarding to the location: we can get them in the Bass Reflex way (from under the cajon) and the conventional way (conventional opening on the backside). 

So we think that we have and can offer the final/definitive cajon, usable for everything that we have in mind and with the capability of adaptation to the musical environment required: studio, live performance, with or without amplification.

The only limit for this model is our imagination and our ability to obtain the best from it.

Technical Features:

52cm height x 30 cm width x 32 cm depth.

Plywood board of seven juxtaposed layers of 12mm thickness, joined together with water based glue. Made of 100% Russian birch joint with the traditional “connected system” which gives a structural rigidity and the best sound fluidity. Silicon sharp points with reduced contact area and separation from the ground.     

Russian birch wood, laminated of 3,2 mm, joined together with water based glue. With direct serigraphy and cellulose protection.

D.T.S. or Direct Tuning System with six guitar strings in V form, localised vertically and tunable from outside the cajon without the need of keys or other tools.