Roland TD-5
Roland TD-5

Electronic Drum Kit belonging to the TD-5 model

User Reviews: 3.33

All user reviews for the Roland TD-5

Average Score: 3.3 ( 3.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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Target: Beginners Value For Money: Excellent
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vincent sermonne 06/26/2006

vincent sermonne's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

4
Ben I do not agree, this small module is fine if you do not look like me, the acoustic sonnoritées for the acoustic simulation go your way. But tweaking sounds editing is very quick and easy. Toms pads are original Horiba, tendinitis assured! Kick the shutter is simply intelligent than most Loint roland've laid, lightweight robust and less prone to tripping double than other more expensive and more recent, it no longer do, it's a shame. The hat works very well. There are over ten years I have this module and I shot in extreme conditions (sun, rain, cold, very very cold, very very hot) and it still works. The pads are almost cooked but with Vdrum pad is great. I use it now with a midi Octapad II coupled over an spd-s for samples and loops.
LeMousse 09/11/2005

LeMousse's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

2
I use the module with only one kick and a snare for a concert at run (it's faster than a sound engineer for the balance tural). The big big big catch of this model: the quality of the sounds on offer, worthy of the worst home Sampling Technics. Fortunately, I do not use that signal as Receivers of kick and snare, sounds come from the XV-5080 rack of the same brand, branches MIDI of course. And happiness, is the use rvle trs trs practice for a small price finally (I mean the only box - the kick and snare are v-drum).

In short, may be a good startup kit if you have a sound gnrateur ct ... if not ... it's good for beginners.
scrawl 12/28/2003

scrawl's review (This content has been automatically translated from English)

3
I bought a TD5 with the opportunity to work in the apartment.
there are more disadvantages than advantages.
pad of the origins of the TD5 are bad enough, they are super hard and give the impression of typing on planks of wood.
I added 2 pad PD6 as there were only 5 on my config allows me to have a CC and a cymbal are less sore hand.
In any case, large tappeurs refrain, it's a blow tandinite sr!
The module of some 100aines sounds pretty average quality but if it is to play the Europe, no problem, there are plenty of kit with big sound + reveb.
there are the effects pan (left-right) echo, chorus, pitch.
there are 32 programmable sound banks.

c'tait again if ... fawn all batteries are lctroniques Chres trs, even the TD6 which is pretty average 1300E is new!
So for the price of 600E occasion, I was not too far from t.