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  • which brain?

    I'm looking into buying a vdrum kit secondhand. (being able to practice whenever i want is such a drawcard) cant afford the new sessions but i was just wondering when I go to look at second hand kits :

    is the td 10 a terribly lot better sounding than the td 8.

    thanks.

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    Thanks...that info is VERY useful!!!

    I may copy/paste it into a tech info section of my site...

    Erik
    SEPdrums

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      Thanks Harlock! I recently bought a V-custom w/TD-8 and researched the TD-10 vs. TD-8 question for quite some time on this site. Your reply was the most thorough and informative I've seen.......

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        Originally posted by sepdrums:
        Thanks...that info is VERY useful!!!
        I may copy/paste it into a tech info section of my site...

        Erik
        SEPdrums
        Only when using quotes. See post about "compression".

        What Harlock says is true. But is the td-10 better sounding than the td-8?. I don't think so. A lot of the td-8 sounds only can be played by installing a tdw-1 into the td-10, which makes the td-10 even more expensive. As far as the sounds go, I would compare a expanded td-10 to a td-8. Not the standard td-10. So: if you can get a td-8 for the money: buy it.
        Robert

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        • #5
          Originally posted by puttenvr:
          Only when using quotes. See post about "compression".

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