One of the first ex you should learn…

So this week we go back to the basics and here I share the first lesson I would reccomend any beginner to watch. It contains a very important ex which I still use for warming up daily.

It trains your hands to move comfortably over the 2 basic sounds of the cajon (bass and nsare) and features 5 different patterns. Memorize it and then spend at least 5 min everyday doing this ex,gradually pushing up the speed as you progress.

3 Replies to “One of the first ex you should learn…”

  1. Charles Newman

    I’m not really sure where to post this question so I’m trying here. I’ve been playing drums for 20+ years and recently got a Cajon. What would you recommend for myfirst cymbal? I love your site, I subscribed to your YouTube channel and newsletter and will be donating here soon, most would (and do) charge for something so comprehensive . I also play guitar and I am on a similar site teaching guitar which I HAVE to pay. Your awesome, thank you so much

    • Heidi Joubert Post author

      Hello Chalres!
      Very good question, and at an appropriate time, I have just finished filming a new video where I talk about my cumbals and demonstrate their sounds, and give you some reccommended ideas for your first cymbal, be sure yto be signed up to my newsletter (which I elieve you are) and subscribed to my channel, I am in the editing phase and this video should be posted up within the next few days!! 🙂

  2. Charles Newman

    Sweet, can’t wait. Coming from a drumming background not having a cymbal at the moment kinda messes with me while playing Cajon, very new to the cajon but put on some acoustic music I had and was able to keep along but I sounded very repetitive, (Blurry puddle of Mudd acoustic is extremely fun!), and when I hit the snare should always be with two hands?


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