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  • Mesh heads

    yep .. I'm probably rehashing and old topic but .. there its is .. whats out there apart from roland ?
    that has say a more acoustic feel ...

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    Everything you wanted to know about mesh heads can be found here: https://www.distribly.com/product/2001
    That's a recap of all the mesh head comparisons in digitalDrummer magazine.
    Enjoy.
    . digitalDrummer
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    • #3
      Zed triples are 3ply, white and relatively quiet. Definitely worth a look.

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      • #4
        Kennyin, was that you or somebody else that told me that z/ed triple x and the hummdrum triple are the sane. If so what is the difference between them dollar wise? Also where to bit I am in the USA

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        • #5
          Kennyin was that you who told me that Z-ed triple x and humm drum trips are the exact same head . If so, what's cheaper and where to buy I am in the Us , so I need to check out shipping options thanks!

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          • #6
            Humm heads are just Z-ed's with a different logo. Not sure how you'll get them shipped to the US - perhaps hit the HummDrums website (if it's still going). All the prices are listed in our wrap-up, by the way.
            . digitalDrummer
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            • #7
              I'm not sure if the hummdrums are still available to buy anymore, but yes the Zeds and Humms are the same. I think the shipping might be costly to the US, check out eBay though as you can see shipping charges.

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