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  • pd-100

    I didn't have much luck with this search.
    Can I use a PD-100 for my snare? Will it trigger rim-shots? I like the pd-80r believe it or not on my new V-Custom but can utilize it as another tom as well. Don't need a pd-120 if I can avoid it. Thanks.
    Got this new V-Custom for $1850.00! Glad I waited it out and didn't get the Hart. Harts are great but I really prefer the feel and quality of the Roland drum pads.

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  • #2
    Originally posted by Blacksmith:

    Can I use a PD-100 for my snare? Will it trigger rim-shots?
    Sorry. No.

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    • #3
      Thanks.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Blacksmith:
        Can I use a PD-100 for my snare?
        Yes!

        Originally posted by Blacksmith:
        Will it trigger rim-shots?
        No!


        Paul?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Marc.:
          No!


          Paul?

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          Marc.,
          If you are questioning my answer, what I meant was,no to that question as a whole. I wouldn't consider using a pad that could not trigger both rim and head sounds for a snare. Can you use it for your snare...sure. Would you...I don't think so.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Arriguy:
            Marc.,
            If you are questioning my answer, what I meant was,no to that question as a whole. I wouldn't consider using a pad that could not trigger both rim and head sounds for a snare. Can you use it for your snare...sure. Would you...I don't think so.
            I agree. I would not. However, black's question was two-fold and I was addressing each one. Sure enough, Feef took the bait!

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            • #7
              Gee, I think I'll spend another twenty bucks and get a pd-120. Kay?? But thanks for your response, Feef. You go boy.

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              • #8
                I'm in the market for a V-custom set. Where did you get a new set for $1850????

                Thanks,
                Tim

                Originally posted by Blacksmith:
                I didn't have much luck with this search.
                Can I use a PD-100 for my snare? Will it trigger rim-shots? I like the pd-80r believe it or not on my new V-Custom but can utilize it as another tom as well. Don't need a pd-120 if I can avoid it. Thanks.
                Got this new V-Custom for $1850.00! Glad I waited it out and didn't get the Hart. Harts are great but I really prefer the feel and quality of the Roland drum pads.

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                • #9
                  FEEFER, where did you find the best piezo spot to be for a PD100? I'm considering getting/modifying one for my Customs. I checked my PD80R a while back, which has the 'rim' piezo directly below the head/cone piezo, but I know the PD100 has a different frame. I also converted a rototom a while back (head only) and it worked like a charm, but wanted to keep my rotos with the acoustic kit!

                  Thanks.

                  Moze

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                  • #10
                    Blacksmith - I tried to e-mail you but it got returned. Contact me if you're interested in buying a PD-120.

                    drmoze - I know you'd rather do a trade deal. Not sure if you're wanting a PD-100 or PD-120? I'm gonna have a few of each available so contact me and maybe I can help you out. I'd prefer a straight sale, but I'm in a good mood so maybe we can make a trade deal to put an end to this "snare upgrade" of yours. Get in touch guys or anyone else who may want an extra PD-100 or PD-120

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