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  • The Set-up

    For anyone who's concerned about what type of aplification to use on their V-Drum setup, I think I may have found it.



    I have been down the road of "distorted bottom-end" , "muted -highs", and "no dB's".
    But this time I think I may have found it and at a resonable price. I've tried the PM-3, the KC-500, and a Keyboard amp from Crate(I can't remember the model#). All of these amps have nice options, and vary from maker to maker, but never quite measured up to my current setup.
    Here's my $750.00 setup. Keep in mind that yes you could get better monitors but why when these work great!



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    THE SETUP!
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    (1)Roland V-Custom Set w/ TD-8
    (2)Yamaha S15e floor monitors
    (1)Yamaha EMX 620 Powered Mixer
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    That's it! Yes, you could buy the EMX860ST and bigger and better speakers, but know your in for a grand and a half.
    The setup I'm running sounds great. I hope this helps anyone who's interested.





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    So, does that $750 include the v-custom?
    Roland TD-20 v1.08, various v-drums and v-cymbals, Yamaha KP65's, Axis pedals, Gibraltar hardware, Mackie 1202/SRM450 (pre-china)

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      You should know better than that!

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