Red Dog Music | Oct 9, 2018 | 0
V-drums are great; cajons are great; but there is another way…
The range of Roland V-Drums is really quite impressive. You can practice effectively at bedroom volumes and, at the touch of a button, switch from playing a 60’s pop kit to an 808 or a full jazz kit, all with the incredible feel that if you were playing blindfold (it may be possible…), you might swear that you were playing an acoustic kit. Drummers NEED to audition a V-Drum kit.
At the other end of the spectrum from the top of the line V-Drums, we come to cajons. These are just THE thing to have for jams, acoustic sessions, open-mics and for providing extra seating when you have folks ’round for poker night. Everybody NEEDS a cajon.
But then, sometimes, on those rare occasions when nothing else fits in the mix properly, you just need to hit a cardboard box with a badminton racket.