The Omeya Series continues its growth...
Our clients already know that when we do something new or launch something new on the market, we do it because it is really different to all the rest. We wouldn't do it if it wasn't this way.
Until now the trend has been "to turn into flamenco" the sound of the cajon because its use was almost limited to this music genre. But as we all know the flamenco cajon is an instrument that is becoming more and more popular in all the music styles. A doubt appeared due to it, a doubt which became into a challenge and this challenge has become a reality. It is the first time that a cajon is released on the market which is really versatile in any music genre we can imagine. All this without losing even a shred of its "Flamenco" origins.
How we achieve this? Very easy, we carry ourselves back to our already known patents and we reinvent ourselves in order to reach a versatile instrument with all our personality and sound features.
It is totally suitable for styles such as Drum & Bass, Funky, Latin, Jazz, Fussion, Reggae, Pop, Rock...
The cajons "owns" added adaptability because by the first time a front panel treated with natural resins (without varnishes) is released to the market. It gives the cajon a sound that emphasizes THE NATURAL character and the essence of the wood.
Adaptability for example because this front panel makes possible the use of brushes with no fear to damage the toothy varnish that is usually applied and often "hides" the natural sound of the wood.
Anyway, a world of open possibilities in a cajon which "responds" to the constant growing demand for an instrument with high abilities of adaptation to the present times we are living.
Omeya Bass Pro: THE ANSWER !
48 cm Height, 30 cm Width, 32 cm Depth.
100% Russian birch. Seven juxtaposed plywood layers of 10mm thickness, joined together with water based glue. Silicone spikes with reduced contact area, and disconnection from the floor.
Russian birch wood, laminated (3,2 mm). 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.