Roland EC-10 El Cajon Electronic Layered Cajon
The EC-10 EL Cajon is the newest and most exciting thing to come out of the Roland stables for some time.
The 21st century cajon from Roland
The EL Cajon EC-10 is layered and unique. It sounds great on its own and with range of complementary blended in. Bring your percussion into the 21st century with more connect-ability than ever before and fresh, modern sounds you’ve now got in your arsenal. The EC-10 allows traditional sounds like tambourine and shaker, acoustic snare, electronic drums, sound effects and so much more.
- Unique hybrid instrument combining an authentic acoustic cajon with Roland’s electronic percussion technology
- Standard cajon size (50 x 30 x 30 cm), with quality playing surface made of sapele wood
- 30 built-in electronic kits for layering with acoustic cajon sounds
- Each kit includes two independent sounds that can be triggered from the head and edge of the playing surface
- Versatile selection of acoustic and electronic percussion sounds to support a wide range of music styles
- Also includes studio-optimized cajon sounds to enhance the instrument’s acoustic sound, providing additional depth and punch while performing
- Intuitive panel controls for kit selection, level control, head/edge balance, and more
- Integrated amplifier and coaxial speaker
- Up to 12 hours of continuous playing time with six AA-size batteries
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A Fun & Versatile Cajún!By: David Rastrick on 6 August 2019I enjoy the range of sounds the Roland El-Cajún has, as this helps create a variety of interesting sounds throughout a set. I like the ease of the option of being able to plug the Cajún in and play. Exactly where the triggers are, how hard to hit the Cajún for each sound, and remembering where to find each sound all take a bit of getting used to - nothing a solid week practicing or a month or two on the road couldn’t sort out. :-) I like the size of the instrument for touring, and that I can use it as a seat (as well as a percussion tool) during my solo show. The only thing I’d suggest as an improvement is having an option to blend the El-Cajún and Acostic Cajún sounds as a plug in option at the back, as well as from the speaker. (As a multi-instrumentalist with lots of guitar and loop pedals I personally don’t have room to mic’ the speaker, though this wouldn’t necessarily be an issue for a dedicated percussionist.) Thanks Roland, for a fantastic, fun and versatile instrument - an excellent array of Cajún, percussion and electronic sounds! :-)