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  • clamking
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    I'll try to figure it out guys, Thanks.
    Gino, 2001).]

    [This message has been edited by clamking (edited April 29, 2001).]

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  • cliff
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    There is a kit on the UNexpanded TD-10 that playes a bass note with every strike. I forget the name. You have to have the backing fader raised to hear it.

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  • Boingo
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    Originally posted by Marc.:
    Boingo, actually, my TD-10's do this and they're still virgins.

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    They used a tap pattern so I suppose you don't need the Exp card to do it. I figured the clam man was playing a preset kit. Or did they use that on one of the TD-10 presets too? It's after 3am and my memory is shutting down.

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  • Marc.
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    Originally posted by Boingo:
    Try the TD-10 expanded kit #49.
    Boingo, actually, my TD-10's do this and they're still virgins.

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  • Boingo
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    Try the TD-10 expanded kit #49.

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  • clamking
    started a topic How Do I Do That ?

    How Do I Do That ?

    Today I made a quick stop at the good old Guitar Center in San Berdo Ca. After passing through the guitar section into the percussion room, I pulled my fingers out of my ears and heard a guy jamming on a V-Pro kit. Every time he hit the kick, a bass note came bursting out? So it sounded like he was ripping it up with a Bass player- -? How do I get my TD-10 to do this?
    Thanks in Advance.
    Gino
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