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Gear4Music 502-J

Electronic Drum Kit from Gear4Music .

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The recently launched Digital Drums 502-J Electronic Kit by Gear4music is a drum set, cheaper than a high end electronic kit, according to the manufacturer.


This is a 5 piece set made up of a snare pad, 3 toms, hi-hat and cymbals, and is shipped with both kick and hi-hat control pedals. It is described as "the ideal answer for an expert player looking for a practice kit or software trigger."

The 502-J includes 215 multi-sampled drum, cymbal and percussive sounds, which react precisely to the strength with which the pad is hit. Organised into 30 fully customisable kits, the 502-J is designed to give you a foundation for building your own unique sets. 50 backing tracks are included, with the ability to remove individual drum parts from the music.

For more details visit the 502-J Electronic Kit product page at this page.

Pricing & Availability
UK RRP for the Digital Drums 502-J is £299.99. The kit is also available in a package that includes stool, headphones and extra drum sticks for £329.95. Both products come with the Gear4music one year warranty.

For more information, check out www.gear4music.com.
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