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Roland HD-1
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Roland HD-1

Electronic Drum Kit from Roland belonging to the HD series.

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Roland HD-1Publié le 03/09/09 à 01:17
(Originally written by drumnono/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I've been using it for one week.

Cons first:

No cymbal edge sound.

All toms have only three volume levels.

Almost no beater rebound.

Average sound.

It has a metronome but the control has no value display or label

Pros:

Very light.

Good playability.

Compact size.

The price is a bit too high considering the value.

But it matches my needs: I don't have a rehearsal room anymore and I live in an apartment so I can't play my acoustic set!!

The HD-1 is a good solution if you want to play alone at home or with some friends without disturbing your neighbors. But don't expect more!...
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(Originally written by drumnono/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I've been using it for one week.

Cons first:

No cymbal edge sound.

All toms have only three volume levels.

Almost no beater rebound.

Average sound.

It has a metronome but the control has no value display or label

Pros:

Very light.

Good playability.

Compact size.

The price is a bit too high considering the value.

But it matches my needs: I don't have a rehearsal room anymore and I live in an apartment so I can't play my acoustic set!!

The HD-1 is a good solution if you want to play alone at home or with some friends without disturbing your neighbors. But don't expect more!
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" Big benefits for a very small drumkit!"

Roland HD-1Publié le 12/02/14 à 00:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How long have you use it?

I used 3 years

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Yes, all brands


What thing do you like most and least?

Goodies: Small footprint, no noise pedal GC or HitHat. Snare very nice.
Rubber pad not so bad.

Cons: The sounds of electro Kits HipHop or are not too bad, but the drumkit kits are pretty bad. I used a permanently connected EZDrummer and LA, it sounded!

How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

Even for an entry-Roland, the quality is really not bad. In Cygnus we find the same price as some Millenium, Drumtech or other marks that the final will not hold a......
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How long have you use it?

I used 3 years

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Yes, all brands


What thing do you like most and least?

Goodies: Small footprint, no noise pedal GC or HitHat. Snare very nice.
Rubber pad not so bad.

Cons: The sounds of electro Kits HipHop or are not too bad, but the drumkit kits are pretty bad. I used a permanently connected EZDrummer and LA, it sounded!

How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

Even for an entry-Roland, the quality is really not bad. In Cygnus we find the same price as some Millenium, Drumtech or other marks that the final will not hold a candle to this ROLAND
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" Very well condition ..."

Roland HD-1Publié le 05/05/13 à 04:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for my purchase.
I had a Yamaha DXplorer before I used outside. But to my apartment, it took up too much space and was too noisy.
What I love most: the dimensions (ultra compact) and the silence of the kick (no hit pad)
What I do not like: limited hyper module (no control pad) and the use of kick unclear whether you want to be fast.
For my part, I boosted by plugging in the Roland midi cable TD3.Et unit there was a good drumkit to perform or record provided to connect live tom 3 on the TD3 module.
I remake the purchase because I really do not have room and the bass drum is silent.
The quality / price is right. ...
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I use it for my purchase.
I had a Yamaha DXplorer before I used outside. But to my apartment, it took up too much space and was too noisy.
What I love most: the dimensions (ultra compact) and the silence of the kick (no hit pad)
What I do not like: limited hyper module (no control pad) and the use of kick unclear whether you want to be fast.
For my part, I boosted by plugging in the Roland midi cable TD3.Et unit there was a good drumkit to perform or record provided to connect live tom 3 on the TD3 module.
I remake the purchase because I really do not have room and the bass drum is silent.
The quality / price is right.
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" very average"

Roland HD-1Publié le 04/20/13 à 09:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
hi, I recommend this drumkit, for me it is on the border of the toy ... The HD3 is a bit more expensive but it offers honorable sounds without reproduce an acoustic
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: HD-1
  • Series: HD
  • Category: Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 03/29/2007

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Other names: hd 1, hd1, hd1v, hd 1 v, , hd 1 v drums lite, hd 1 v drumslite, hd1vdrumslite, hd1 vdrumslite, hd1 v drums lite, hd 1v drums lite

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