Croaker Peruvian cajons are handcrafted percussion instruments with superior sound qualities and unmatched craftsmanship. The Peruvian cajons make use of natural wood tones in the high notes and bass notes.
The cajon box is made of Birch veneer plywood with solid Maple upper corners and solid Maple picture-framed tapa mount. The tapa is wood veneer on birch plywood and is secured with stainless steel screws. The Bass sound port is ideally located to provide optimal resonance while the smaller sound port/handle is located near the top for the higher frequencies. Inside, the cajon is reinforced along the edges for additional strength. The finish is clear lacquer and each cajon is supported on solid rubber feet. Each cajon measures 12”x12”x18.5”.
Croaker offers the Peruvian style cajon in the Studio Line and the Gig Line. The Peruvian Studio Cajon's tapa is available in many exotic wood veneers including Rosewood, Okoume, Zebrawood, Makore, Sycamore, Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany, and more, each providing distinctive sound characteristic. Ther Peruvian Gig Cajon's tapa is available in a variety of colors and stains.