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Lifesaver
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  • Lifesaver
    replied to TD- Module, multi effects
    Are you asking how to example: make your Crash1 sound like a cowbell on all your kits?
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  • Pretty sure he was suggesting to combine a cheap acoustic kit with triggers and mesh heads with a good module.
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  • Lifesaver
    replied to TD-11K-S
    Don't use a felt beater it can wear out the mesh on the kick drum. I purchased Vex and use their kits all the time I would recommend. Vex basically takes existing sounds in the module and edits them to sound similar to existing sets, you could do this yourself but it would take many many hours I don't...
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  • Lifesaver
    replied to A Better TD-11
    I have the TD11K and also hated rack it was way to compact (and low) and the center posts wouldn't let me put my pedal where I wanted. I ended up picking up a cheap drum set and Intrigg triggers with mesh pads using the module and cymbals only. Only cost me about $400 but what an improvement.
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    Last edited by Lifesaver; 10-06-17, 12:10 PM.

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  • Lifesaver
    replied to Roland TD 30K impression
    I would suggest getting a cheap acoustic kit and converting it A2E using the TD9 module you already have. It's way cheaper and gives you the bigger pad size your looking for. Why pay $2500 for something you don't really plan to record or gig with anyway.
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  • Lifesaver
    replied to TD8 vs TD-1KV
    This is not even close the TD8 is so much better choice you get all mesh heads and an actual kick pad instead of a virtual kick. The only reason to pick up the TD-1KV is if you would want to travel with your drum set pretty frequently.
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