LP Black Box Cajon Delivers Superior Sound at an Affordable Price

Posted on December 1st, 2014 by marcia.stevenson

LP Black Box Cajon

LP Introduces American-Made Black Box Cajon

LP’s new Black Box Cajon is the perfect synthesis between playability and affordability. Handmade in the USA, its smooth, sophisticated Black Matte Finish gives it a polished appearance, while the Baltic Birch front plate, usually found only on high-end cajons, serves up a clear, distinct tone. An incredible value with an MSRP of $149, the Black Box Cajon features fixed internal snare wires for plenty of projection, and distinct snare and bass tones.

Victor Filonovich, LP’s Director of Product Development, said, “Our aim was to release an entry-level American-made cajon. We’ve surpassed that goal with the Black Box. The stylish Black Matte Finish and affordable price allow it to fit proudly and easily into any percussionist’s setup.”

Easily portable with a footprint of just 19″ H x 11″ W x 10 1/8” D, this cajon allows the player to easily fit in any live situation. The Black Box Cajon puts LP quality within any player’s reach.

Available at authorized LP dealers.


LP Introduces American-Made Groove Cajon

Posted on June 27th, 2013 by marcia.stevenson
LP Groove Cajon

Handcrafted, durable and lightweight cajon that is comfortable to play.


Latin Percussion is proud to introduce the new LP Americana Series Groove Cajon (LP1427), made in the U.S.A. from hand-selected, 9-ply, plantation-grown Baltic birch. Featuring an adjustable front plate and fixed snare wires in a uniquely slim design, the LP Groove Cajon offers rich, deep bass tones while maintaining precise articulation and sensitivity. Every Americana Series Cajon is designed with angled top-front corners for added player comfort, as well as rubber feet that add stability on any playing surface.

“The Groove Cajon is ideal for a beginner or intermediate player seeking superior sound and beautiful craftsmanship at an affordable price,” said Victor Filonovich, Director of Product for Latin Percussion.