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  • Cheap Module Wanted!!!

    Anything considered, however you must be willing to ship to Australia, & I am only interested in paying around $400AU (about $200US).
    Email: [email protected]

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    HAHAHAAAAAAAAJHAAAAAAAA

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    • #3
      hmm...i don't know what you could get for that price, unless you found like an old tama techstar on ebay. Add another $250 (US) and you can have a td-6. BTW, I saw a techstar on ebay the other day and was tempted to bid, but didn't. Anyone know what the sounds on that thing were like?
      td-6, pro-mark, remo, sabian, dw, tama rockstar.

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      • #4
        IndustrialDrummer,
        I had a seven piece Techstar kit up until about January or February, when I sold it on eBay.
        Although I am not too familiar with Simmons's modules, based on sounds heard on a Rush album like Grace Under Pressure, I'd say the Techstar module is relatively similar to a Simmons module.

        Mine had the tendency of working for a few minutes before crapping out.

        Oh well, time for a good electronic kit...
        substrike.com for a better tomorrow - today!
        My Drums
        Tama Rockstar Acoustics, Zildjian and Wuhan Cymbals, Roland SPD-20, Roland PM-16, Akai S2000 w/Iomega 250 SCSI Zip, 2 Pintech Silentech Pads (one single zone, one dual zone), Kat F.A.T. Pedal, Pintech K3, Simmons pads.

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        • #5
          By the way, surprisingly, I have seen a few Alesis DM5s on eBay for about $200-$250. I've been thinking about getting one of those.

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          My Drums
          substrike.com for a better tomorrow - today!
          My Drums
          Tama Rockstar Acoustics, Zildjian and Wuhan Cymbals, Roland SPD-20, Roland PM-16, Akai S2000 w/Iomega 250 SCSI Zip, 2 Pintech Silentech Pads (one single zone, one dual zone), Kat F.A.T. Pedal, Pintech K3, Simmons pads.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by KuzinRob:
            IndustrialDrummer,
            Although I am not too familiar with Simmons's modules, based on sounds heard on a Rush album like Grace Under Pressure, I'd say the Techstar module is relatively similar to a Simmons module.
            Relatively. The Simmons has a more fat sound. Just like a Moog synth compared to a Roland synth. And I can't remember Neil Peart used a Tech Star module.
            Robert

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            • #7
              Originally posted by puttenvr:
              Relatively. The Simmons has a more fat sound. Just like a Moog synth compared to a Roland synth. And I can't remember Neil Peart used a Tech Star module.
              Sorry, allow me to clarify that. Neil used a Simmons SDSV on Grace Under Pressure. I haven't heard an SDSV in person, therefore I was basing the sounds of the Simmons unit on the recording in comparison to the Techstar module that I actually had at one time.


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              www.fuzerocks.com for a better tomorrow - today!
              My Drums
              substrike.com for a better tomorrow - today!
              My Drums
              Tama Rockstar Acoustics, Zildjian and Wuhan Cymbals, Roland SPD-20, Roland PM-16, Akai S2000 w/Iomega 250 SCSI Zip, 2 Pintech Silentech Pads (one single zone, one dual zone), Kat F.A.T. Pedal, Pintech K3, Simmons pads.

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              • #8
                KuzinRob,
                The DM-5 is worth $200 if you want to use it as a MIDI device with computer composition. It has got a ton of sounds. As a drum trigger module, it is not worth 2 cents IMO. No expressive hi-hat and poor triggering response that seems to be non-reproducable. The TD-6 would be SO much better of a choice if you want to use your module with electronic drums....

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                • #9
                  F.
                  I have an Aleesis D-4! It's Yours for $200 & you pay shipping!
                  see my April 08 post

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