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I put a post on JMB in December 2018. Had a reply today!! Playing cajon and bass with an Americana/soul covers band. J J Cale, Black Crowes etc. Right up my street. But.....I'm due to move out of the area in 3 months time and wouldn't want to commit to a band and then announce I'm leaving.  Bugger. 

 

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I had a reply to a JMB post at least three years after I'd posted it - and surprisingly, we had gone full circle and were indeed looking for a new drummer - and he turns out to be just what we needed!

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2 minutes ago, Happy Jack said:

I'd pay good money to see someone play cajon and bass.

 

Is some sort of complex mechanism involved?

Cloning seems to be the best way to manage it.

 

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6 hours ago, Happy Jack said:

I'd pay good money to see someone play cajon and bass.

 

Is some sort of complex mechanism involved?

I tried, and while not terribly complex, footage would be somewhat NSFW 

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12 hours ago, Happy Jack said:

I'd pay good money to see someone play cajon and bass.

 

Is some sort of complex mechanism involved?

 

A lot of gaffer tape, I would imagine.... 

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16 hours ago, solo4652 said:

I put a post on JMB in December 2018. Had a reply today!! Playing cajon and bass with an Americana/soul covers band. J J Cale, Black Crowes etc. Right up my street. But.....I'm due to move out of the area in 3 months time and wouldn't want to commit to a band and then announce I'm leaving.  Bugger. 

 

Well, congratulations on getting a favourable reply, eventually!

Have you considered taking it up for the three months? If you’re up-front about moving away it may be a temporary win-win for both sides. Obviously, you’ll probably need to bow-out if a permanent bassist comes along, but for three months they get a chance to work on arrangements etc. with a bass and cajon  - plus, you get the experience. It’ll be good for your ‘cv’ when you’re in the new area, too.

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Forgot the cajon
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