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New Accessories Designed by Paul Jennings, Author of the Bestselling Hal Leonard Cajón Method

Cajon Brush

Hal Leonard Corporation is proud to announce a new worldwide distribution deal with Minneapolis-based Cajón Brush™. Beginning this month, the company will stock these top-quality accessories.

Created by percussionist Paul Jennings, Cajón Brushes are designed and built specifically for the cajón. Thanks to Jennings’ extensive research and development, these brushes give the instrument a rich, brushed sound while also allowing players to achieve warm low tones. One-inch in diameter, the natural wood handles not only look great, but also give percussionists the right feel and the ability to play with the best technique.

Cajón Brush products feature: hardwood oak handles in both natural and dark colors; optimum bristle density for both high and low tones; a sliding O-ring on each brush to control the sound; and premium bristle materials to give the brushes a longer life. The brushes also work well with other drums and percussion instruments.

Jennings is the author of the Hal Leonard Cajón Method. This popular guide takes players through the basics of the instrument and its techniques, with dozens of exercises and more than 30 grooves from many genres: rock, Latin, blues, jazz, flamenco, funk and others. More advanced topics cover how to change pitch with your foot, playing with brushes, and playing rolls with your fingers. The book features 45 accompanying online videos that demonstrate many of the rhythms and techniques in the book.

The Hal Leonard Djembe Method by Jennings is also now in production. This book/online video pack will be available in fall.

Cajón Brush

HL00151265 — Cajón Brush – Natural Finish (Pair) / $34.99
HL00151266 — Cajón Brush – Dark Finish (Pair) / $34.99

For more information, photos and videos of the Cajón Brush, visit www.cajonbrush.com.

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