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    Hi Im new to this site ,thanx read some great tips already in few minutes .I just bought an Alesis strike pro few months ago ,had so many problems with the module I don't even want to get into it ,I'm sure it could be a decent module for the price but the fact is they cheaped out and released it way to soon .they might get it together down the road but I will never buy anything from them again .So long story short I was able to trade the module in and I bought a used roland td 30 module ,it doesn't work perfect but what an improvement ,even the cheapie hi hat works well and was a breeze to set up .Im not sure how these Alesis pads will hold up I'm a gigging drummer ,time will tell .I'm keeping warranty on pads as long as I can will renew for 10 yrs if I have to..so there is light at the end of the tunnel for anyone in the same boat as me ,and at the end of it all I prob saved $5000.00 I'm Canadian TD30 KV is $10.000 here ..one quick question the snare pad is it just me or can I NOT strike rim and head at the same time to get both sounds out of the snare ,just something I noticed tonight ..have read the post on how to layer with midi cable I will try that this is something different ..cheers happy drumming I will be back

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    Im in BC L&M Vancouver & Richmond had some demo 30 KV's for 5 grand it was very tempting to change my purchase upon picking up my 50DP but I had just sold my 30 module..... I do prefer the 50's over the 30's
    Monster Roland TD 50KV ish,

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