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  • saku
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    Originally posted by grog View Post
    Short answer: No, you can't. Well, yes you can but you don't get the full capabilities as you would with the 12/20 (and I think the 9).
    yes the 9 and the new 4 as well...

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  • grog
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    Short answer: No, you can't. Well, yes you can but you don't get the full capabilities as you would with the 12/20 (and I think the 9).

    The only way around this, aside from getting a 12/20 is to go the VST route and use a couple of freebie add-ons (loop be and the Chaotic Box MIDI remapper). But then you're having to get something like BFD, EZD, Superior 2.0, etc.

    When you say "sound" assume you mean you want the full range of little sounds between open and closed on the HH. Again, the 3 state of the art HH hardware setups, Roland's VH11/12 and Hart's Epedal Pro II, are designed to work best with the 12/20.

    Between that an interval control (for decent cymbal swells), those are the two main reasons to "upgrade".

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  • Demon Drummer
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    It it's the expanded TD-10 can't you use a VH-11?

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  • SplinterB
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    Hi-hat

    I'd like the hi-hat to play/sound like my "acoustic" hi-hat.

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  • sciomako
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    Limited in what way?

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  • SplinterB
    started a topic Td-10

    Td-10

    About a year ago I purchased a used td-10 set up. The Rogers were to loud for the neighbors. Anyway, I want to improve the capabilities of the hi-hat, cymbals and kick. They feel very limited. Is upgrading to the td-20 the best option.
    Thanks
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