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Spanish Christmas Cajons

Beautiful Requena hand made Cajons from Spain just arrived from the port …kids cajons, student cajons, full size, professional, and accessories. Pick ups available right up till Christmas eve in Sydney….last date for delivery orders...

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New Free Advanced Cajon Video

This video teaches the foundational flamenco rhythm known as ‘sixes’; which is used in many Flamenco palos including Buleria, Alegria, Solea and many other variations of palo that use a 12-beat compas. Take your time with this one, and once … Continue reading

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Best Cajon Groove – Byron Mark Pick

Cajon Essentials Part 1 Article Oct 2015 With thanks to Frank Corniola and Gary France for their support for our Cajon teaching through publishing our articles in Drumscene and PercusScene. Check out Byron’s full article on the left, and Drumscene mag … Continue reading

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Cajon Pedal

Interestingly, drum pedals seem to be more popular outside of Spain…and here in Australia we love inovations…In this article we look briefly at three of the pedals available in Australia, along with some groovy beats to get started with pedals … Continue reading

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Spanish Rhythms on Cajon – Bulerias

One of my favourite things is playing Cajon for flamenco dancers. It’s such a buzz getting in sync with the dancer, getting the Cajon grooving along with the dancer’s taconeo (footwork). It’s also a great way to pick up new … Continue reading

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Cajon Column in PERCUSscene

My first Cajon column for the awesome Drum and Percussion magazine, DRUMScene & PERCUSscene has just come out. This month is the 70th edition of the mag. There are stacks of great articles – including Pete Lockett’s column where he … Continue reading

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