Markus Westenberger, founder and developer of Sela, is up to something big: he will present the world's largest playable snare cajon at the Musikmesse 2013, set to take place in Frankfurt, Germany between April 10-13.
At this year's Musikmesse, German Cajon manufacturer Sela will have two booths: one in Hall 3.0, B64 and one in Hall 3.1, A40. According to Markus, one booth alone would be too small for the world's biggest playable Snare Cajon which Sela is going to present.
The Big CaSela cajon is a true to scale "enlargement" of an original Casela professional snare cajon. All parts were specially made in Germany and the final assembly was personally done by Markus. All details like the solid rounded corners from maple wood, the special Sela Snare System and the Thin Splash playing surface are the same as in the regular sized Sela models.
See how large the Big CaSela in reality is and how it sounds by trying it out out in Hall 3.1, Stand A40.
About Sela Since 2006 Sela Cajon has been successfully producing musical instruments for musicians with high demands. Founder and developer Markus Westenberger has managed to steadily improve his cajons and continues to develop innovations such as the Sela Snare cajon kit and the CaSela snare cajon.
Today the Sela product range spans from high quality instrument kits over the hand-made models of the Masterpiece series up to custom made instruments made after customer specifications. This gives every musician the ideal Cajon for their needs, regardless of age and ability.