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Roland HD-1
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Electronic Drum Kit from Roland belonging to the HD series.

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  • Xx albatteur xXXx albatteur xX

    Big benefits for a very small drumkit!

    Roland HD-1Published on 12/02/14 at 00:33
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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 …
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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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  • bigben51bigben51

    Very well condition ...

    Roland HD-1Published on 05/05/13 at 04:31
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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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    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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  • jc34080jc34080

    very average

    Roland HD-1Published on 04/20/13 at 09:22
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    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
  • djsystemedjsysteme

    well to start

    Roland HD-1Published on 12/21/12 at 15:11
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    This drumkit is to start the first 6 months but after it becomes very boring for its lack of sound over the bass drum is iréalist and when you go on an acoustic one is completely disorient
  • dex reddex red

    Ok

    Roland HD-1Published on 11/04/12 at 03:14
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    Basic electronics drumkit. For beginners. Sounds are few and rather poor.
    The bass drum pedal, without pad, makes the game uncomfortable and uncertain.
    No possibility to change the sounds (one sotie minijack line ...).
    Functions limited to twelve o'clock the extreme.

    You get tired very quickly and the machine is quickly stored at the bottom of local, waiting for better days or you can buy a machine properly, not necessarily much more expensive ..
  • ElkazElkaz

    For beginner and intermediate

    Roland HD-1Published on 07/16/12 at 14:35
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    - I use this drumkit for now just over two years. This was my first drumkit. I tried this one in store and several others (td4, TD9, td12, td20 ... but the price is somewhat different).

    - What I loved about this drumkit is the space savings it brings. This was my first criteria. Moreover, the fame of Roland gives confidence and I did well to be guided. This is a very robust drumkit that allows to find his style gradually, take a few habits, just to play. In addition, being able to play with an MP3 player helps to have fun and play regularly.

    - I find the price / quality ratio perfect (especially now that the price has dropped completely, as will be replaced by the HD3).

    - However, …
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    - I use this drumkit for now just over two years. This was my first drumkit. I tried this one in store and several others (td4, TD9, td12, td20 ... but the price is somewhat different).

    - What I loved about this drumkit is the space savings it brings. This was my first criteria. Moreover, the fame of Roland gives confidence and I did well to be guided. This is a very robust drumkit that allows to find his style gradually, take a few habits, just to play. In addition, being able to play with an MP3 player helps to have fun and play regularly.

    - I find the price / quality ratio perfect (especially now that the price has dropped completely, as will be replaced by the HD3).

    - However, I see some negative points. Indeed, the pads toms are quite noisy (my neighbors remember), but I've covered, which reduces noise and has not altered in any way touch. The pedals do not transmit perfectly the feelings of a bass drum pedal and hi-hat but allow good learning. For the effect of the double pedal, I find it much easier than on a TD9 (since the TD9, hi-hat pedal acts as bass drum pedal). But hey, do not kid ourselves, this is the entry level Roland, so of course there are better (for touch and sound in particular).

    - Ultimately, the HD1 is a very good drumkit to be purchased without asking any questions. I'm very happy, I just want to go on with a better feel and better sound. After 2 years, I think I have toured this magnificent drumkit.
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  • rodtaqrodtaq

    Ideal for beginners and apartment

    Roland HD-1Published on 11/22/11 at 04:12
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    How long have you use it? 2 years

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir? Yes: TD4, explore

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    + Ergonomics, compactness qualitprix, simplicity drum sound base
    - Limit of other sounds, a little less raliste Charleston, coating of toms

    How do you report qualitprix? Good

    With the exprience, you do again this choice? Yes
    Ideal apartment with a rug or under protection, and IDAL to learn. Subsequently evolves over a hat, knit across the skins and other sounds of good quality will be considered
  • juanrossetjuanrosset

    A BIG DAUBE did not buy!

    Roland HD-1Published on 10/27/11 at 12:46
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    I just do intubated to € 600 for shame!
    This drumkit is made for cul-de-bowl can not play with two pedals thomann even better is what is madness! push people to buy as TD20? you'll see it's over rolandculé how can we sell such shit whore! I have the balls is really the face of foutage I even tried to put a pad external GC does not work! well all they have already calculated that I said goodbye to a Mackie dung Chinese but then there's the cake! Roland never humiliating it is to be taken for a fool after 20 years of Zique .................... I recommend the final!
  • staierstaier

    Roland HD-1Published on 08/02/07 at 13:27
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    I tried the drumkit in stores today
    Apart ct practice of hardware, the rest is extremely dcevant, sounds horrible, and the amp fits the optional drumkit is a weak thunder!
    The models I tried Roland TD6 TD12 which are galaxies of this machine.
    The report qualitprix is ​​catastrophic because the drumkit is a scam, yet I love Roland gnral.
    Ms free I would not!
  • GlöggGlögg

    Roland HD-1Published on 08/03/07 at 13:08
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    I tried the product APRS this afternoon in the store. I did not go with an a priori ngatif but I am not enthusiastic about the trs "bte". This looks more APRS me a toy or gadget vritable a musical instrument, especially for the price. The kits are not convincing at all, the ergonomics pnible. D'APRS I order a drumkit of electronic is when even play the drums so ... I therefore agree with the first opinion DPOS. Too bad!
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