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  • Hart or Roland

    Hart or is the Roland

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    Re: Hart or Roland

    Originally posted by cool_guy
    Hi my Swedish friend.

    I had a Roland V-session kit.
    I sold it, and got myselfes a Hart pro 6,4 set.

    You can do all the things you can on a Hart, that you can do on a Roland.

    Only much better......

    Try to search this grup for "HART", or read This
    TD10 exp, Hart pro 6,4, Yamaha O3D mixer, Ecler EPC 7000, 6136 W RMS sound system, etc etc..



    • #3
      Option C

      Why not go for a Ddrum, and get a local discount? Clavia is much closer to you than Japan or the U.S....

      Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.


      • #4
        Chris, thanks for changing your avatar. It was quite distracting! Now I can read your posts twice as fast!
        Last edited by sts1; 02-05-03, 05:37 PM.


        • #5
          Hi all, I am new to this forum and new to edrums. I started researching drum kits about a month ago, the only thing local that I could see and touch were Roands. So after many late nights on the computer I had come to the conclusion that Harts were what i wanted. Well my MEGA Pro's showed up today and I have spent all night putting them together. With all the complexity that I have read on this board you would have been very entertained watching me do this....


          • #6
            Thanks for that guys .... I look forward to get my Hart drums