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  • My great new TD-9KX

    Hi!
    I recently bought a TD-9KX kit, and after couple of years of intensive drumming on acoustic drums I must say I am very, very impressed. Here are some pics
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    Originally posted by Yezu View Post
    Hi!
    I recently bought a TD-9KX kit, and after couple of years of intensive drumming on acoustic drums I must say I am very, very impressed. Here are some pics
    cool kit! keep us posted as you go along...
    TD9+6v with Diamond Electronic pads, and cowbell.
    ATH-50m headphones, VEX packs
    not to mention keyboards, guitars, basses, and cats

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    • #3
      Yes, great kit!

      Is that a fancy towel to wipe off the perspiration from bouts of wild drumming, or do you use the rack for clothes hanging like many of us have?

      Tadman
      Tadman

      "I wanted to play drums because I fell in love with the glitter and the lights, but it wasn't about adulation. It was being up there playing."
      (Charlie Watts)

      E-kit; Roland TDW20BkV-pro modified; SPD-S; HPD-10; some vintage edrums for nostalgia,... .

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      • #4
        As a fellow 9 owner I know how it is nice!
        Tama Arstar TM6 Pro 2X PD85's

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        • #5
          TD-9s rock. You know it. Having now heard it at full volume through a good PA, tell me the difference!
          TD9KX w/KD-120 kick, VH-11 HH, PD-125 snare, CY-8 crash, Gibralter double pedal :cool:

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          • #6
            No dust!

            That's a duster cloth of course to keep the kit looking good, myself i use a Pledge dust trapper with an extendable arm or a vac with soft attachment (i may post a video of me in action dusting the kit later) what was the question again? aha oh yes.

            I've gone the other way! (no i don't mean ...) i mean i started on an E kit last year and now i just started having lessons on a Gretsch A kit with Istanbul cymbals. (my first real A kit experience)

            There is a big difference, the E kit seems more forgiving and lots of sounds but the A kit seems easier to play on rebound/feel etc and sound wise i can feel the thud in my chest.

            I like them both http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/k...ious/001-2.jpg
            Last edited by daveybabes; 07-25-08, 04:37 AM.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by daveybabes View Post
              Doesn't that 'teddy bear' fall off while playing?
              Do you use that also for dusting your kit?

              And Yezu, nice kit, got one myself. I guess I'm the main bad factor in my awful playing, not the kit!

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