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  • Ordered My TD-20

    Hi Guys,

    I have been around for my decision and finally have ordered my TD-20

    Happy to join the v-drummers gang.

    Any suggestions on the kit ?

    Thanks
    Anshul

  • #2
    congratulations Anshul!
    Last edited by mystic fred; 04-27-08, 02:35 PM.
    http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.p...760#post301760
    :cool:
    ;)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by tanshul22 View Post
      Any suggestions on the kit ?
      How about turn it up loud and enjoy it?!?!

      Welcome aboard.
      >>>See my E-kit here<<<

      >>>See my A-kit here<<<

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      • #4
        You've made a great choice! Make sure you check out the VEX expansions... I got the master picks the same week I bought my TD20, and I haven't used the factory sounds since

        Joel.
        TD-20 V-Pro Kit
        Yamaha Tour Custom / Zildjian K Customs and A Customs
        DW / Yamaha Hardware / DW5000 Double Pedal
        Yamaha 01x / i88x

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        • #5
          Good headphones and a good amp...other than that you got the best.

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          • #6
            echo the comment by joelgarabedian..

            bought VEX master picks #1 and it made the TD-20 come alive, especially in the headphones. well worth the $.

            Some of the built in patterns are cool. copy and apend them over to a user pattern to create your own sequences. good for practice of different rhythms.


            have fun

            nativepdx
            TD-20, serious Sabian HHX issues, Zildjian A20526, VEX expressions master picks #1, QSC HPR122I

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            • #7
              Your lucky guy! I am so jealous.
              sigpic

              http://www.silverdragonsound.com

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              • #8
                Take the time to read your manual.
                There are many features that you might never know about unless you read it.

                And like others said: good headphones and a good throne.
                Oh, and save your pennies for the upcoming expansion card!

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                • #9
                  Also, note the tiny raised letters on your clamps that say
                  'tighten first'. It might possibly delay the inevitable 'cracking clamp syndrome'.

                  You bought the best so go crazy mon!

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