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    I just had to put this on. I read a lot of stuff on here that I have the answer to as soon as I read it. I can't say that I have read my manual from cover to cover or anything. I think the smartest upgrade I have made to my V's is the purchase of the V-pro video users manual. It really is a good video and has a lot of good information. Now, if they would only put out one with the TDW-1. Just some advice if anyone is wondering if it is a good purchase.
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  • #2
    I agree! I tried to get through the TD-8 manual when I first got my V-Customs. Shortly thereafter, I happened into a V-Drum clinic by Mike Snyder and HIS advice was to get the video owner's manual. If you ever get the chance, go to one of his clinics. He's a great teacher and a super guy.

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    • #3
      Perhaps you should have named this topic...
      Watch the manual.

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      • #4
        Speaking of Mike Snyder, he has a web site;www.mikesnyder.net. He even gives Vdrums.com a plug!

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        • #5
          I can't believe they charge us for the video manual after spending up to $5,000 for a set of their drums! It better be a good video. And I can't believe they do not have one for the TDW-1. Oh well, maybe someone will make a copy for me!

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          • #6
            Read my manual 3 or 4 times.

            Compulsive...

            Nah!
            Kelly Mercer
            Halifax, Nova Scotia
            Canada

            My Youtube Channel!
            http://www.youtube.com/user/VirtualMP3Studio

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            • #7
              At least you have a manual. I bought the floor demo V-Session at Guitar Center and they lost it. I ordered one from Roland, but it won't be here for another three weeks. In the meantime, I hate to post all my stupid newbie questions, so I'm just experimenting, experimenting.

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              • #8
                I agree w/c.jude. In fact, this website can, in fact, substitute for a manual! We at V-Drums.Com are that knowledgeable, honestly. You have dialed in to the right place. This goes out to anyone else out there not fortunate enough to have picked up a manual w/your used purchase. Ask away.

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                • #9
                  Man, my questions are so basic, it's embarrassing. You'd ask my why I even went out and bought the damn thing. This is my first electronic anything, I always sort of smugly sat back behind the a-kit and joked about how I can play during a power outage while the other idiots farted around with knobs. Now I wish I had paid more attention in studios.

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                  • #10
                    Aha! The manual came! Maybe I'll appear like i know what I'm talking about now.

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