Latin Percussion has released its all-new “Journeyman” Fiberglass Cajon (LP1435). This all-new Flamenco-style cajon is constructed using a one-piece fiberglass shell, a wood front plate and fixed internal snare wires for incredible response.
“Every busy musician knows the beating that their gear can take over time,” said Jeff Ivester, LP Marketing Director. “The fiberglass body of the Journeyman Cajon is tough enough to withstand the rigors of load in and load out and still sound great in any acoustic setting.”
The cajon’s construction gives the instrument crisp, high slaps as well as deep rich bass tones. Its dimensions are 19″ H x 12-1/2″ W x 12-1/2″ D. MSRP for the LP Journeyman Fiberglass Cajon is $329.00.
LP introduces the Jam Tamb for drummers that hit hard and want an impressive and responsive tambourine sound in their arsenal. The Jam Tamb’s durable jam block design is designed with six pairs of nickel-plated steel alloy jingles that project a bright, powerful sound.
The Jam Tamb is made from LP’s exclusive and indestructible synthetic Jenigor material. A built-in, molded rubber striking surface provides great stick rebound or comfortable hand playing.
The LP Jam Tamb (LP1207-T) is equipped with a mounting eye-bolt and can be conveniently attached to any 3/8-inch rod or to an LP Gajate Bracket. The Jam Tamb has an MSRP of $54.99.
LP has taken its popular Matador Timbales and made them extra deep for incredible volume and rich bass tones. The newly designed steel shells are 8-inches deep and feature a unique Classic Antique powder coated finish. The drums produce a dry and distinctive cascara sound.
LP Matador Barrio Timbales (M258) are sold as a set of two drums, one 14-inches in diameter and the other 15-inches in diameter. With the set of drums, LP is including a heavy-duty chrome stand, a Matador Cowbell, a tuning wrench and timbale sticks. List price for the new drum set is $559.00.