ROLAND EC-10 EL Cajon

Roland presenta en la feria americana este flamenta cajon rumbero electrónico.
Innovador cajon flamenco híbrido – acustico-electrico que incorpora sonidos de percusión digitales en un cajón profesional de sapelí …

Unique and versatile, the EC-10 EL Cajon allows cajon players to easily enhance their music with layered electronic sounds. To start, the EC-10 is an authentic acoustic cajon that sounds great on its own. What’s more, it has Roland’s renowned electronic percussion technology built in, letting you blend a range of complementary sounds with the cajon voice, from traditional percussion like tambourine and shaker to acoustic snare, electronic drums, sound effects, and more. Completely self-contained with battery power and onboard amplification, the EC-10 EL Cajon puts the dynamic world of hybrid percussion in the hands of every cajon enthusiast.

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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