How To Play The Cajon
The Box Cajon is very simple to play.
There are no hard and fast rules, but if you are playing in a band or with other musicians you will want to at least keep in time with the music and punch out a basic beat to start with.
So therefore learning to play the Cajon is very much like learning to play any percussion instrument or a drum kit.
It starts basic and as you become more proficient the complexity of the rhythms you play will expand.
Here are a few videos that will give you a basic idea of how to get started playing the cajon.
These videos were made by Paul Jennings and they give you the basics and will have you playing.....
Literally in a few minutes.
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