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Arbiter flats as e drums?

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  • electrodrummer
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    I trigger my Flats, if that what you want to know. Stick on triggers (e.g. Yamaha DT20) and a Triggera Bix.

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  • DanielJ
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    Can you sell and buy a set from Roland?

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  • mkok
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    No but I have a set of the professional ones (steel rims) in the cupboard. I can’t think why they wouldn’t work but you would need heads that damp well and something like red shot triggers or the like. Saying that there are no lugs so you couldn’t use red shots.

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  • PhilBaker
    started a topic Arbiter flats as e drums?

    Arbiter flats as e drums?

    Anyone have experience of converting these to use with a Roland system?
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