New Roland TD-1K V-Drums announced
Also new at Roland’s this summer is the TD-1K V-Drums entry-level, yet upgradeable, electronic drums.
The TD-1K V-Drums is designed for beginners ; it features 4 pads for the snare and toms, 3 cymbal pads for the hi-hats and crash/drive, two pedals for kick and hi-hats and the TD-1 sound module in which are stocked the sounds of 15 drum kits, 15 songs, a Coach feature, a metronome and a recorder.
The pads support different playing techniques, including cymbal choke, hi-hats nuances, and two sounds are available for each cymbals (edge and bow).
The TD-1 sound module offers an 1/8” headphone output, an 1/8” Mix input and a DB25-type Trigger input for one kick, a snare, three toms, hi-hats, two crashes, a ride and the hi-hat control. A USB MIDI interface also allows you to connect the TD-1K V-Drums to a computer and record your performance.
Last, this TD-1K V-Drums can be upgraded with the optional OP-TD1C cymbal pad, KT-10 or KD-9 kick pedal, NE-10 Noise Eater, TDM-3 V-Drums Mat or a PM-03 personal monitor, all being available separately.
Visit www.rolandus.com for more info about this new TD-1K V-Drums.
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