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Yamaha DTXpress III Special
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Electronic Drum Kit from Yamaha belonging to the DTX series.

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  • fab68fab68

    Yamaha DTXpress III SpecialPublished on 10/09/04 at 03:42
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    I tested the DTXPRESS III ... if you can not afford to opt for DTXTREME IIs his little sister: same architecture of sounds (the sampler less)
    for that price is the real true honest charley is well designed and more enjoyable than a pad ...
    the ride is a three strikes areas such as the crash c CLIR has 2 ...
    it explodes to death ... I buy and I expect the other day d1 I metal in length soon
  • venomvenom

    Yamaha DTXpress III SpecialPublished on 03/22/05 at 15:46
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    A friend bought the g's really getting the Ringarë and low-end ...
    was to hear the imprssion perceived synth Bontempi Carefour home, his rpon evil, there aukune aukune DynaMike sensitivity.
    pluto bought all of Roland (TD3 TD6 TD8 or) to have an electronic drumkit with a modern sound, and ki o doi rpon and the eye.
  • Atheist69Atheist69

    Yamaha DTXpress III SpecialPublished on 08/30/05 at 11:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for 2 months
    The hi-hat and ride the three areas are to die for her and comfort level of play, the two cymbals, one with two areas are quite better than the Roland cymbals I find
    At the module level is not good c, but the ecstasy by reworking the sound you get has to have 2 or 3 kits interressants sounding very much in acoustic percussion and even if c is not my priori.
    It lacks an endless wheel like on my previous super convenient and the design of the module too flashy and too many toys, I prferais the sober of the DTX V2 but good tastes and colors (and I'm trash metalhead)
    Very few sounds weird compared to my previous drumkit ca c is a very good point for yam
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    Used for 2 months
    The hi-hat and ride the three areas are to die for her and comfort level of play, the two cymbals, one with two areas are quite better than the Roland cymbals I find
    At the module level is not good c, but the ecstasy by reworking the sound you get has to have 2 or 3 kits interressants sounding very much in acoustic percussion and even if c is not my priori.
    It lacks an endless wheel like on my previous super convenient and the design of the module too flashy and too many toys, I prferais the sober of the DTX V2 but good tastes and colors (and I'm trash metalhead)
    Very few sounds weird compared to my previous drumkit ca c is a very good point for yam
    The charley charley and sounds and the REALLY mind-blowing ride three areas are very large in diameter sy really believe;
    Sounds very good especially bass drum with double pedals;
    J have reserves for the snare and cymbals except rimshot crash but I got the same for the TD6 against by other cymbal sounds excellent;
    I think the toms are worse than the TD6 to be objective <<<
    I had a yamaha dtx d in V2 before and was satisfied with;
    j I tried the Roland TD6 length with one of my buddies in overall very good sound but the cymbals and bass drum pad worst: the price for the hi-hat and ride make the difference in my opinion for the yamaha
    The plastic pads are no problem and the metal (I play) is better than c skin mesh that is most pleasing, however, wrists but for rock or jazz
    Value for money better than TD6 is expensive for a few elements I believe
    I do it again this election and I haven t yet tried the software midi drum DFH Superior, it seems that c is monstrous
    Ah forgot the fact j, n Listen not DTXpress 3 demos on the site Yamaha, the sounds are really bad when the module is much better in the belly (but must lean on) Sabotage of Roland; =

    PS-I have tried the Yamaha DTXTREME IIS I think c is expensive for what it is that c is very plastoc; add 350 E instead and buy the Roland TD 12. Otherwise with a budget of 1500E ilvaut better take that special dtx 3 Roland TD6 I think. TRY THE n Listen and not the sellers
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  • drummer.cordrummer.cor

    Yamaha DTXpress III SpecialPublished on 01/07/06 at 05:30
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    Yamaha DTXpressIIIS:: With this material really found the sensations of acoustic drums!
    But do not you fies the DMOS you'll find on the net, they are not terrible, it is further custom settings on offer and the module is to guarantee the bomb!
    You just dig deep and very time consuming!!
    charley and the ride .... you cry!
    I made some personal DMOS, and I can guarantee that a layman does not make the diffrence .... and even an insider!
  • Arnaud81Arnaud81

    Yamaha DTXpress III SpecialPublished on 03/14/06 at 11:36
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    I use the past 2 months. drumkit comprehensive. Opportunity to go deeper sounds deep. I find new settings every day ..
    More affordable than in Roland, to yield both better now see in some areas.
    Ride EXCELLENT 3 zones, 2 zones crash and a crash last for more fun ...
    Circle snare, hi-hat very nice, well-adapted double pedal
    I do not regret my purchase in any way ..
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