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Electronic Drum Kit from Roland belonging to the V-Drums series.

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  • TaigongTaigong

    Correct product to begin

    Roland TD-6Published on 09/21/12 at 00:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The product is correct for electronic drums. The sound is not like a toy too playmobile.

    Touch (Pads): Boff ... not found extraordinary sensations
    Sound: correct but still like playing with plastic
    Longevity: the cymbals and hi-hat pedal tend to age badly

    Good product to start with but quickly shows its limits when we want to go further or you're looking for a game near an acoustic drum.

    For beginners
  • snookysnooky

    Roland TD-6Published on 12/21/04 at 04:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just buy it, because not being able to buy the t-8 CHRE because too .... and not at all, sounds are trs correct, the pads are dynamic, easy, double trigger on the pads which allows a lot of kit, type 3 and 5 toms cymbals! may evolve later to TD-8 or another.
    It does not take place at all, by folding the arms of the rack, held in a 0.8 m
    Some would say that the 8-inch pads are small, but I find sufficient to s'clater well on his music with prfres between mix-in.
    Sincrement So, until The models above lower their price, a purchase that is not worth it ...
    Demo:
    http://www.roland.co.uk/auddemo/Broadband/td6-sp303.wmv
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    I just buy it, because not being able to buy the t-8 CHRE because too .... and not at all, sounds are trs correct, the pads are dynamic, easy, double trigger on the pads which allows a lot of kit, type 3 and 5 toms cymbals! may evolve later to TD-8 or another.
    It does not take place at all, by folding the arms of the rack, held in a 0.8 m
    Some would say that the 8-inch pads are small, but I find sufficient to s'clater well on his music with prfres between mix-in.
    Sincrement So, until The models above lower their price, a purchase that is not worth it ...
    Demo:
    http://www.roland.co.uk/auddemo/Broadband/td6-sp303.wmv
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  • lesterseblesterseb

    Roland TD-6Published on 07/19/07 at 08:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    ---- News, July 19, 2007 -----
    Finally everything has finished I put the pressure my Roland dealer and a t trs pro and sent me a brand new pedals, apparently with a fix.
    It's been more than 6 months and it works well so you can rev to go but be vigilant when purchasing test well done to change this and if not satisfactory.

    ---- News of November 13, 2006 -----
    APRs have joined the Roland Service I must say that I am reassured by the efficiency: all the spices are guaranteed for 2 years by Roland. It changed my pedals at once (this week) and apparently the new MODEL includes a fix. For now seems to work the pedals. They really want to win this crneau and I can only recognize professi…
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    ---- News, July 19, 2007 -----
    Finally everything has finished I put the pressure my Roland dealer and a t trs pro and sent me a brand new pedals, apparently with a fix.
    It's been more than 6 months and it works well so you can rev to go but be vigilant when purchasing test well done to change this and if not satisfactory.

    ---- News of November 13, 2006 -----
    APRs have joined the Roland Service I must say that I am reassured by the efficiency: all the spices are guaranteed for 2 years by Roland. It changed my pedals at once (this week) and apparently the new MODEL includes a fix. For now seems to work the pedals. They really want to win this crneau and I can only recognize professionalism to the coup. I think ultimately you can go for as they are in case the problem.

    ---- ---- Initial message
    I just want to buy prvenir those with the TD-6 I possde.
    The set is excellent considering the price.
    However there is a BMOL Gnant short term, at the pedals of FD-8 Hi-Hat book standard. This abnormal wear and you will be sr only after 6 months the sensitivity of the sensor will be greatly reduced or even abolished (it should click like crazy on the pedals to maintain a its closed.
    Think I am starting my deuxime flinch. Roland does not Ragit trs well with solicitations for now: for the very first PDAL FD-8 that I sent it silent in their functional and they did nothing. He had to insist to the dealer for me the change. I will keep you informed of the evolution because I applied to them. We need everyone put pressure to change their Systm sensor is not reliable even short term.
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