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Got a TD-9 and just wanted to say thanks!

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  • Got a TD-9 and just wanted to say thanks!

    So after 8-9 months of waiting to get drums and researching during that time due to money constraints i ended up getting the TD-9sx after reading these forums and getting alot of info on the drums so i just wanted to say thanks to this community at large for it!

    I wanted a drum kit to learn on but i also didn't want to waste money on a kit i was just going to replace because i'm not exactly rich and i want to record my album in my home built studio that i will eventually get around too when i have the money lol. So 2500$ goes out the door and i get a new toy.

    But to keep this short im very happy with what i've bought. Sound quality is good through my akg 271's and the fact there is songs for me to play along with and learn at my own pace "without" pissing other people off unlike my guitar is priceless.

    And i keep reading how people like pics and recordings so here is a pic of my TD-9. I don't use those headphones anymore :P!

    Here is my first recording on the drums after 4 days of playing. If your noticing that its only sound on one speaker i noobed it pretty good and made a mistake and was too lazy to correct it as i just wanted to hear it! And i also fiddled with the kit a bit.

    Here is my first recording after a month of playing and writing a drum track for a song.

    Here is a recording of probably my favorite one in the TD-9 a couple days later.

    And now playing with the full version of the previous song a couple days after that.

    Haven't been doing much recently due to work but i just wanted to say thanks because im learning alot faster then i thought i would and without being taught by anyone to boot! well aside from the free drum lessons on that one site. But that doesn't count
    <---- dances like little fat boy with chocolate

  • #2
    Good stuff !!! Keep it up and have FUN !!!! Great choice on the kit too !!!!!
    Eric G: Pearl,Paiste,Remo,Vic Firth,Gibraltar,Roc-n-Soc,Roland TD-6V, Lots of Vex and mesh all around.


    • #3

      always like to say that to a fellow td9er!

      keep the beat...
      TD9+6v with Diamond Electronic pads, and cowbell.
      ATH-50m headphones, VEX packs
      not to mention keyboards, guitars, basses, and cats


      • #4
        i wonder how many other people got a TD-9 aswell lol.

        It seems like its becoming a very popular choice.

        and thanks for the welcome!
        <---- dances like little fat boy with chocolate


        • #5
          9 months is a long wait but sounds like it was worth the wait.

          I waited about 7 weeks for mine but used that time on a pad.

          Let us now in a couple of months if you still play the guitar


          • #6
            lol will do
            <---- dances like little fat boy with chocolate


            • #7
              Nice Job! I bought the TD-9SX a little over a week ago. Great Kit! Great Choice! I'm not sure if you can price match for 30 days from the place you bought it from, but http://www.bpmmusic.com/ sells this kit for $1999 shipped. I went back to Guitar Center (where I bought mine) and got the difference.
              Save a Drum, Bang a Drummer!


              • #8
                I bought mine during the middle of may so its been more then 30 days

                But i don't think that site ships to canada anyways so a double
                <---- dances like little fat boy with chocolate


                • #9
                  Congrates on the TD9 !
                  I just bought one this AM!
                  I tried the floor model in the drum store and was pretty amazed at how good the set sounded! Mesh pads go along way too!

                  anhow havw lots of fun
                  TD-9KX 3 X PD-125/ 2 X PD-105/ 4 X PD-85/KD-85/KD-120/KD-8/Cy-5/cy-8/3 X cy12R/C and 1 CY15R 2 X CY14C and a good ol VH-11!