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Happy new vdrummer, hi all

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  • Happy new vdrummer, hi all

    Howdy folks,

    Since I've been reading already for a long time on this forum even before I finally got my vdrum, I might as well register now I finally actually got one myself
    I'm a very happy* new owner of a TD-12 module and a slightly modified td12 kit around it, with the kd-8, pd125, 1 cy12rc 1cy8.

    I'm guessing this forum will be even more usefull now then when I was still thinking what to get.. so I'm happy to be here

    Cheers!

    *my only drum the last 10 years was a horrible Thunder which was literally falling apart and now I'm living in an appartment.. hence my first main goal.. soundproofing
    Last edited by jacky; 12-28-08, 06:54 PM.

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    Welcome Jacky from one new member & new V-Drums owner. I got the TD-9KX & I love it.
    David
    TD-9KX stock kit with extra PD-85 & CY8

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    • #3
      Congrats and welcome! (although I'm new here too.)
      TD-6V, TD-3, KD-8, PD-85BK (snare), PD-8 (T1, T2, T3), CY-8 (Crash 1-2, Ride), FD-8/CY-5 (Hi-Hat).

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      • #4
        Hehe welcome to you both too then

        The TD-9KX sure is a great new kit, it had me convinced of finally getting a vdrum so it got me started with counting cash and calling around for prices and discounts Now I have no more cash left to count

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        • #5
          Welcome and congrats on the TD12. I'm sure you will find us more useful than ever now.

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          • #6
            Welcome and congratulation on starting with such a good kit...enjoy it! and good luck on the soundproofing - remember, the kick can be a problem with downstairs neighbours...
            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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            • #7
              Hi guys, thanks.

              I'm already looking in to that tennisball sollution some people have been trying.. it seems like it does makes sense for absorbing vibration and minimizing contact with the floor.

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