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  • VCymbal!! :)

    I bought yesterday 4 vcymballs for my kit
    1 X cy12 2 X cy14 1 X cy15 (for 770$)

    they are working great with the td-8

    i'll post a picture of my new upgraded kit soon
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    Roy A.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Harlock:
    Great, waiting for mine!!!!

    Does Roland give any settings for the TD-8?

    If yes, what are they?
    If not, what did you use? And how are they reponding?

    Thanks

    Hi,
    you have all the information you need to use the cybmals with the td-8 in the manuals. (i am at work, so i can't tell you exactly what are they).
    They are soo great, you must use them to Understand.
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    Roy A.

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    • #3
      Where did you buy those 4 cymbals for under $800? Every music store catalog I've seen lists them for $245(eg. crash/hi hat) and $295(ride).

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      • #4
        i just know the guy from the music store




        [This message has been edited by roya (edited May 13, 2001).]
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        Roy A.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by roya:
          I bought yesterday 4 vcymballs for my kit
          1 X cy12 2 X cy14 1 X cy15 (for 770$)

          they are working great with the td-8

          i'll post a picture of my new upgraded kit soon
          How are they better than the pads that come w/ the set. How does the dual zone work? I like to be able to set 2 sounds on the old pads , one for regular crash and the rim for a china sound - with the new pads can I still do that? Thanks for your info.

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          • #6
            They are sooo great.
            I think they are much better than the the pd-7-9, the feeling is much closer to a real cymbals.
            I'm using them with the TD-8 and they work well.
            you can still assign 2 different sounds to a single cymbal.



            [This message has been edited by roya (edited May 15, 2001).]
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            Roy A.

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