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  • Newbie here

    I just bought a TD-7 set from a guy on Craigslist for $450. It's my first attempt at e-drumming.
    It's the set with the PD9s and PD7s, with the TD-7 Turbo brain (w/ manual), all mounted on a nice Gibraltar curved rack. All the pads and triggers are in great condition and it's a lot of fun to play. The TD-7 unit is kind of old-school and so the sounds aren't the best, but it will do the job for now.
    I guess the nice thing is that I can always upgrade, piece by piece, so I'll probably save up for a new brain and mesh pad for my snare.
    I'm definitely glad I went the "used" route instead of dropping $1000 on a TD-3.

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    Welcome. I am glad your are enjoying eDrumming! This is definitely the place to hang out and get ideas when you are ready to upgrade!
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    • #3
      hello!

      and beware! upgrading gets contagious around this lot! Keeping up with the jones is nothing compared to keeping up with the Renders and the Superpusses.....

      keep the beat!
      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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      • #4
        Hello and welcome fellow TD7 owner.

        Actually I have both a 7 and a 10. I kept my TD7 (purchased in 1997 for a lot more than $450.00 ) when I got my TD10, and combined them on the same rack with pieces of tube from the TD7.

        All for fun and fun for all.

        Shalom
        Bruce

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