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  • BLACKFLY
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    I'm happy with my Pintechs.
    I just switched over to Roland heads when the Pintechs heads statred to give (doesn't take long). I feel the difference, less mushy, less bouncy, closer to a real drum feel.

    John

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  • Blacksmith
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    Cliff,
    Thanks. I'm gonna have to agree with you. I'm goin' for the Rolands. I never woulda thunk it. But for the right price...



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  • cliff
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    The only difference between the Tour and Standard Pintech pads are the color of the shells and rims. The heads are identical. The pads do not come with rubber trim. I prefer the Roland mesh head over the Pintech and Hart copies.

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  • jrcel
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    Don't forget to check out the Yamaha stuff as well, DTXtreme.

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  • Blacksmith
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    Pintech heads

    Okay, so I am - this close to buying new e-drums.I do like the feel of the Rolands. I really like the price of the Pintech Tour Elite kit. I am concerned about the Pintech heads. I saw an older Pintech Concertcast set and wasn't at all impressed with the heads. They were thin and the trigger pushed up quite a bit in the middle of the head. Are the new Tour Elites a stronger material? How might they feel as compared to the Roland heads? Do or will they ship the Tour Elites with rubber trim on the rims? Thank you.



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