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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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Punk-t Punk-t
Publié le 11/21/09 à 10:25
I use this drumkit for almost a year, so I can donenr an opinion on the long therm:
This drumkit is super cool:
-To learn to play drums
-It allows you to play in the apartment, or in a small place, which is my case
"She offers a range sounds well typed, it allows to play without any problem
-You can connect an mp3 player on it and leave the sound on a recorder with its MIDI output without needing to 5000 connections
- It's a solid drumkit
-Easy to assemble
The cool stuff too:
"She is rather expensive
The sounds-its too limited (and there is no way to make their own sets)
One-hit area on the cymbals
-There is no control of the Hit-Hat when using the double pedal
-The metronome is not "graduated"
The left-amp is a jack 2.5 style mp3 player
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