There are some great online cajon lessons around. Here are some of the best out there. It’s well worth following the links to see a larger range of cajon lessons on these websites and Youtube channels. Some of these lessons are not from UK based teachers, but unlike with other aspects of the cajon world, the global nature of online cajon lessons is not an issue.
Heidi Joubert’s Cajon basics course
When many people in the UK think of Cajon lessons, they think of London based Heidi Joubert. Heidi has a variety of video cajon lessons on her Cajon Box website and further lessons on her Youtube Channel. As well as the video lessons, Heidi runs cajon courses from her London and Cambridge Cajon Schools. Her latest teaching approach is the Online Cajon School where she offers a course via skype.
Play Cajon beginner course
Paul Jennings‘ playcajon.org has a free 10 part beginner course. This is taster of what to expect if you sign up for the full Play Cajon membership. With over 150 videos, Play Cajon has one of the most comprehensive libraries of cajon lessons online.
Cajon Groove Guide
Ross McCullum‘s Cajon Groove Guide Youtube channel as grown organically to be one of the most popular sources of free cajon lessons, purely based on the quality of Ross’ teaching. His clear explanations and well put together videos run the full range from basic sounds through to complex grooves and techniques.