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Win an Atlas Compact Cajon

Competition Prize

We're giving away a Atlas AC10J Compact Cajon!.

How to win: Answer the questions below and we'll pick a winner out of the entrants with correct answers.
1. Name three other Atlas instruments stocked by Hobgoblin
2. Suggest a collective noun* for EITHER a group of Cajon players, or a collection of Cajons.
*"A noun that denotes a collection of individuals regarded as a unit.", for example, in usage, A Gaggle of geese, a School of Whales, a Murder of Crows.

The entry that entertains us the most will win.

The winner will be picked after 31st January 2016

Closing Date: 31/01/2016

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Previous Competition Winners

Thanks to everyone who entered our Blue Moon Ukulele Competition!

The winner was Frank Midgely in Torphichen, with this answer:

Oh my Ukulele, you belong to me
I play with you up on the stage
for all the world to see
I play you in the morning
I play you after tea
I play with you all the time
Because you belong to me.

Oh my Ukulele, you belong to me
such a happy instrument
you mean the world to me
I want to play you everywhere
for all the world to see
and when i take you out to "strum"
My wife shouts SHOVE IT UP YOUR BUM!!

Well done Frank, your prize will be on the way!

As we're all a bit of a soft touch here at Hobgoblin, we also picked a couple of runners up, who have each won a £10 gift voucher to spend on our website.

One was Mike Cronin with this ditty:
To the tune of "Don't Think Twice" By Bob Dylan.

Have you heard me play my ukulele?
Singing songs with chords that I don't know
It's clear that I should really practice daily
But there's no other place that I can go
When Paul he plays a solo, I can just about keep pace
Neil's Harmonica, it leaves me little breathing space
And Pete's improvisation leaves me stranded in his wake
So don't strum twice, it's alright!

And the other was John Gorman with this one:
A judge was bored in the Old Bailey
Kept hearing the same cases daily
He said " for a change
I hope it's not strange
I' ll learn how to play ukulele"