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Last Activity: 08-16-19, 04:06 AM
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  • jackodrum
    replied to Best used Roland module for gigging
    i wouldnít recommend tuning ďon the flyĒ on a gig. if the drummer is keen he can learn the module at / before / after rehearsals and have the module and various kits within it set up for gigs. if youíre keen to upgrade, i donít think a td17 or 25 would be much of a step up. a second-hand td30 would...
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  • i would go
    B for greater distance
    2 for more space in the apartment (and for that reason go for a corner)
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  • jackodrum
    replied to assembling a mini kit
    for me, once i added the external snare the sensitivity issue disappeared. itís only with ghost notes and i only play them on the snare. i was able to manage to assign pads ok using the manual and on-board menu.

    luckily, SD3 makes the midi note for each instrument and articulation very...
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  • with the dtx 12, i started with the stands / clamps i have. in the end, i needed to either buy the dedicated yamaha pad holder or a snare stand with a ball joint to make my set up work. but all the hardware iím using is solid.

    in general i try and work with the hardware iíve got. but flimsy...
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    Last edited by jackodrum; 08-09-19, 05:33 PM.

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  • this (and reliability) is one of rolandís big competitive strengths. it would also seem like an argument for Ďcutting your lossesí with the td10, regardless of whether you go with a new(-er) roland or something else...
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  • jackodrum
    replied to assembling a mini kit
    iím not a hard hitter (though i do hit hard where the music wants it) but itís plenty stable. the pad sensitivity isnít good enough for what i want in a snare (doesnít pick up ghost notes well), so i use an external snare. but theyíre just fine for everything else. you can set the pad for hand playing...
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  • Hi all. I don't know the 2nd hand market in NZ, but I'm guessing that it's even worse than the 2nd hand market in Australia which means that it's unlikely Dr Nick is going to be able to find a 2nd-hand TD30. Probably not impossible, but 2nd-hand might not be a realistic thing to wait for....
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  • jackodrum
    replied to assembling a mini kit
    Hi feet.

    I've recently bought a dtx12 to use as a mini kit. I'm using the kt-10 with it (works great), a roland snare (works as a single-zone not properly as a dual-zone yet), and a roland fd-9.

    The fd-9 works (see other threads on this on this forum, you have to have a stereo-mono...
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    Last edited by jackodrum; 08-04-19, 02:00 AM.

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  • jackodrum
    replied to Kt 10
    great post from tang

    i recently bought a kt-10 and it is a great pedal. search these forums for discussion on them and on the other pedals / pads - good information here
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