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Buying a PD-9

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  • Buying a PD-9

    from here http://www.trademe.co.nz/Music-instr...-193990261.htm

    There's no reference to the PD-9 here, The PD-7's go for 299 and the PD-8's for 199, so are the PD-9's a lot older perhaps, are they any good or bad, Ive bought one and she has this other for sale, I was thinking since its white and an inch bigger it'll go better with my kit.

    Thanks for the help
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    I've got two PD-9's - I use one as a snare and the other as a floor tom. The rim really triggers well - it's a good piece of kit. I don't like mesh heads, so my entire kit is made up of white PD-8's and 9's along with Roland, Kit Toys and Pinetch cymbals.

    I don't know the exchange rate in NZ$, so I don't know if that's a good price or not. I paid US$90 for mine new, but that was several years back.

    Good luck.

    Steve
    No more V-drums; all acoustics now.

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      Thanks Steve, I was to late another guy bought the lot, at least I got a pd-7 and a 9 before the he grabbed them, I should of bought them all last night. That was about $35.00 U.S each
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