Roland’s new EC-10M turns any cajon into an electronic percussion generator.
When Roland first announced the EC-10 electronic cajon I was intrigued, as many smaller acts, including the trio I play with, use a cajon in place of a regular drum kit, and the prospect of adding a few new percussion sounds was very attractive. One of the limitations of the EC-10, however, is that only the electronic sounds are fed to the internal amplifier or external DI socket, so if you want to mix in the acoustic sound of the cajon, you have to put a mic in front of it. For me the new ELCajon EC-10M is a more practical option...
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