A couple of custom finish Urchin Snare Cajons. Currently these are available at the standard finish price of £120 + P&P.
First up is a gold sparkle over Oxford green, then we have a distressed / vintage turquoise over orange. Take a look 🙂 If you’d like to buy either of these cajons, please drop us a line. Thanks!
Vintage turquoise over orange
Gold Sparkle over Oxford Green
Happy Christmas from Urchin
A couple of crackers left under the Christmas tree here at Urchin HQ.
This is the Urchin SwampBox Footplate. A piece of wood with a hole. But slot in your Urchin SwampBox stomper and it becomes a footplate, lowering the ‘box’s stomping angle and adding stability to your stage setup. With its non-slip backing, the Footplate is robust and simple to use; the SwampBox is not permanently attached to the plate, so it can still be used alone wherever travelling light is important. Pricing TBA.
*Boot not included
SwampBox + Footplate
The Urchin SwampBox
The Urchin SwampBox
Made from reclaimed ply, this large-sized Urchin SwampBox is a thumping addition to any player’s setup. Use it to add some rhythm to your guitar, as an additional voice for your cajon playing, or wherever you want to add a little drive to a performance.
Prototype Mini Stomper
Hand-painted Urchin Snare Cajon
Even oranger(?) than before – Urchin cajons now available in hand-painted gloss colours. Summer orange now, with more to come. Plus a new product prototype for players who want to keep their own beat: ideal for solo artists, a mini stomper from Urchin. Watch this space for product development news 🙂
Orange logo Snare Cajon
And with a new orange logo option!
This is the first of the stock from the new UP workshop. Currently on display at Wild Heart Music in Bourne.
Urchin Snare Cajon £120
Rascal junior cajon £80
Urchin Percussion instruments – cajóns, stomp boxes and more – are designed and hand made in Lincolnshire from high-quality materials.
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Standing 37.5 cm tall, with a 25 x 26 cm top, the Rascal has fixed snares and an adjustable front head (tapa) for a versatile, snappy and surprisingly big sound.
9 mm birch ply construction with a 4 mm back and 3 mm tapa, the junior cajon stands on sturdy rubber feet to prevent stage creep.