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    ...of converting your A's ?
    I mean, I can clearly see a couple of reasons like the much better look, and feel (unless you have to use mesh heads???).But what am I missing basically? What is the radical difference between a huge A kit where some of the drums are converted, and an A kit mixed with a V kit?
    Nabil

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    C.jude is right. To me it's even a waiste of money if you use an acoustic drum just for the sake of the outward appearcence, next make the sound dead and trigger the whole bunch of s...

    Then: why not buying a set of good pads, with real heads or mesh heads?
    Robert

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      I agree with C Jude and Putt to a degree. I did my Akit because I like playing E-drums. The reason I sold my session clone was because I had a lot of money tied up in them they were over two years old and they are electronic. And I had beat the hell out of them for two years. It was time, Resell ability is high on the items and I didn't lose money when they sold. If you like buy plug and play a conversion may not be for you. If your like me I don't like anymore in your face acoustics I had a set in the corner had a rack so why not I converted them over they work great I couldn't care less what they look like. And they play no different from a $5000 E set. C Jude has done it and Ive done it. It works fine and if you like doing this type of thing go for it.
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