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  • Seeking highly portable modified e-kit

    Looking to buy a highly functional, (many options), VERY portable, preferably modified e-kit, kit, solely for gigging, not for main how use, of which I already have and am currently happy with, (though I am mercurial and that could change anytime).

    I more or less aware of what is small and on market and none of them fit needs. So preferably something modified or built from scratch is preferred.

    Something like a Roland TD-4KP with mesh heads and the ability to have double bass, (modifying to bass pad), without using the hi hat pedal as the other "beater," (which IMO does not work well at all as a "double pedal"), instead a true double bass pedal capability, which is critical to me as I use double bass pedals in playing live extensively. Mesh heads also greatly preferred.

    I do not want to break my kit down: (WAY too much time and work FOR ME), but can take easy to take off and put back on pieces in this extra mobile light easy set up/break down"gig kit."
    (See below for what I have).

    I do not consider any Roland V-drum tour kit easy to break down and set up, light, or easy in any way.
    Prefer Roland greatly, though open to other ideas.Want to keep it very reasonably priced as cannot afford an expensive thrown around gig kit.

    If you are a good do it your self-er, (i am NOT!), and have, or, can build something, have ideas, etc., lets talk, PLEASE. .

    Thank you!
    TD-9 Module Gen 2; TMC-6 Slave Module; PD-105BK; PD-85BK x 3; CY-13R x 1; CY-12C x 3; Kit Toy China 15" x 1; Kit Toy Splash 10" x 2; KD-9; CY-5 x 2; FD-9-; Pintech Dinbat used as Cowbell; TDA-700 & Roland KCW-1 Sub Woofer; Pearl 902 Double Pedal; ROC-N-SOC V- Stool with Back Rest

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    This is my portable e-kit.I also got the hihat controller that is not on the picture. It is not a drum kit but it is the kind of device so versatile that you can go anywhere and ready to play in less than five minutes with a ton of sounds. All you need goes in one transport case, sticks, pedals, wires ect.
    Questions or order at http://quartzpercussions.com/ or [email protected]


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      Sorry but I pictures doesn't up load.
      Last edited by quartz; 04-13-14, 11:05 AM.
      Questions or order at http://quartzpercussions.com/ or [email protected]


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        Questions or order at http://quartzpercussions.com/ or [email protected]


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          I may getting old, but didn't you start a thread already on that subject? Why a second one?
          DTX700, eDRUMin 4+10, A2E Dixon kit, Yamaha cymbals, FSR HH
          Kit Pix http://vdrums.com/forum/album.php?albumid=613

          My new venture, HiEnd Speakers. : voglosounds.com

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            Originally posted by quartz View Post
            Sorry but I pictures doesn't up load.
            NO problem.; thank you
            TD-9 Module Gen 2; TMC-6 Slave Module; PD-105BK; PD-85BK x 3; CY-13R x 1; CY-12C x 3; Kit Toy China 15" x 1; Kit Toy Splash 10" x 2; KD-9; CY-5 x 2; FD-9-; Pintech Dinbat used as Cowbell; TDA-700 & Roland KCW-1 Sub Woofer; Pearl 902 Double Pedal; ROC-N-SOC V- Stool with Back Rest

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