Sela CaSela Pro Cajon - Satin Nut
The CaSela Pro Cajon is Sela's top of the range professional cajon which features a new quick release snare on-and-off mechanism. Sela began development of the pro in 2012 and they took there time to make sure that the snare system and all the features of the pro were just right.
The body of the pro is made from premium quality birch and features rounded corners of high quality maple wood. The Satin Nut gives a deep warm bass tone with the snare giving a full sound with a crack that cuts through. There are also adjustable clap corners that can give even more snap. You can also adjust the amount of snare with a special screw inside the cajon.
Like with all Sela cajons, the bass and snare separation is excellent and many more tones are achievable with the use of the foot.
Snare on and off
The Sela snare on-and-off mechanism featured on the Pro is one of the most advanced ever created. The lever is located at the top of the left panel for easy access while playing. Pulling back the lever once will quickly turn the snare off and pulling it a second time will re-engage the snare. The mechanism has been fully tested and is very durable.
The CaSela Pro Cajon is a top of the range professional cajon that gives you an instrument to be proud of and gives you all the features you will need to get the most out of your cajon.
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Posted by RT on 2nd Mar 2015
I have several canons and I like them all, but this one stands out! Great live and in the studio. Thumping lows and crisp highs. The snare mechanism is incredible!
Amazing sound! Very well constructed
Posted by Joey D on 30th Jun 2014
I've been a drum set player for years, I just started playing the cajon for acoustic gigs. I originally bought a common brand and model you'll find at every main stream music store. This is by far the best cajon I've heard! Full bass without that annoying rattle with a crisp snare. With the snare off amazing lows and and resonant highs. The snare mechanism seems very sturdy and doesn't take away from the sound at all.