Without compromising sound, Remo boosts the look of their Cajons to another level with infusing artwork of Incubus drummer and percussionist Josť Pasillas into cajon front plates. With that it is just a matter of time before Cajons and other products will be artist statements with their own designs: Cajon-Signature Series by X or Y. But it is truly promising, because it looks cool, and the sound of the drum or instrument does not get compromised. Even better: for the cajon, the quick wedge technology (removing the snares from the cajon) Remo introduced in 2016 is still available with these drums. So you can change from a Flamenco cajon to a Peruvian cajon.
We are already familiar with the Tattoo designs of Corey Miller on the drumheads. Now, utilizing the Skyndeep graphic imaging technology, Remo is able to transfer graphic images to products, giving artists a platform to display their creative artistry as well.
And the results are great, and even more promising. We expect to see a lot more on this level, which is already common for styling and visually upgrading drums. With Remo expanding this feature to other products, the wait is only for the moment when brands start to offer production of designs that you upload and have the end result delivered at your home.
As you can see in the video and the images, the artwork of Josť Pasillas is infused on the Baltic Birch wood, taking on the natural wood grain textures.
Chalo Eduardo introduces the ArtBEAT Artist Collection
Specs ArtBEAT Artist Collection
Patented Quick Wedge Snare
Traditional Fixed Face Plate
Resonant Bass tones
Bass and Snare separation
Size:11-3/8" X 11-5/8" X 18-7/8"
Josť Pasillas on his artwork for the Remo products
Remo video for the ArtBEAT Artist Collection Cajon