[Unboxing Review] Subvert all your knowledge of cajon – Roland EC-10 EL Cajon

In recent years, cajon has become popular due to its timbre being easy to match with guitar and ukulele.

In addition, it is much smaller than a jazz drum and easier to use than a jazz drum.
So there is a phenomenon that is getting more and more popular.
You can often see a guitar player paired with a wooden box drummer on the street.
It can make people linger and reluctant to leave the performance site. It is not an exaggeration to say that the cajon is the second instrument that future jazz drummers have to learn.
Roland took a fancy to this trend, and at the beginning of this year, he dropped a shocking bomb on the cajon market.
The timing is right after the people of Taiwan have just written history with their votes.
Roland will use it to write an important page in the history of percussion instrument development!
It is the Roland EC-10 EL Cajon.

What ability does EC-10 have that can completely subvert our imagination of cajon?
If the words are spoken to the fullest, the eyes will not be separated~~
Let’s look directly at the VCR first:
 Roland has cleverly combined their electronic expertise into the cajon, which has thirty built-in sounds to choose from.
Whether it’s tambourine, jinbei drum, cajon, or even traditional snare drum and TR-808, they are all included.
Let the cajon no longer just be a cajon, but also your percussion treasure chest.
Below is a sound demonstration VCR:

Product advantages

  • There are up to thirty groups of timbres, the volume can be adjusted, and it can also be output to a PA.
  • Six AA batteries provide up to twelve hours of use, and can also be plugged in directly.
  • The size is exactly the same as an ordinary cajon, and the weight is only six kilograms, making it easy to carry.
  • Equipped with a MIX IN jack, music and drum sounds can be output together.
  • It can be used as a traditional cajon when unplugged, and the sound hole is under the front panel.

Price: $4988 hkd Feiteng Music Center - Mong Kok Store

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