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Yamaha DTXtreme II S
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Yamaha DTXtreme II S

Electronic Drum Kit from Yamaha belonging to the DTX series.

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Yamaha DTXtreme II SPublished on 11/09/03 at 15:00
I bought this from Bedrock Music, Crawley, because it offered so much more than an acoustic kit could ever do.

The unit is excellent, with over 90 preset kits to play on and many preset songs to play along with. When you get to grips with the many features you can create your own kits and import or create new songs/recordings yourself.
All in all this is excellent, not only in its compact yet stylish design but also in its playability and the features it offers.

The only fault I have found so far with this kit is the price it costs in the first place, but even then it is still relatively good value for money when you consider the features it offers.

The quality is fantastic, as you...…
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I bought this from Bedrock Music, Crawley, because it offered so much more than an acoustic kit could ever do.

The unit is excellent, with over 90 preset kits to play on and many preset songs to play along with. When you get to grips with the many features you can create your own kits and import or create new songs/recordings yourself.
All in all this is excellent, not only in its compact yet stylish design but also in its playability and the features it offers.

The only fault I have found so far with this kit is the price it costs in the first place, but even then it is still relatively good value for money when you consider the features it offers.

The quality is fantastic, as you would expect from a Yamaha. The 7-ply 3" mahogany drum pads are excellent and the triggers generally work straight off. The DTXtreme unit is well designed and feels sturdy when it is being used.

This kit is excellent, well worth the high price it costs. The variety of kit types make playing more enjoyable while the quality is easily good enough to meet recording studio needs.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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fab68fab68

Yamaha DTXtreme II SPublished on 10/27/04 at 05:08
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Warning!
For those who want to buy it without having to try, its sounds so cool the sampler top ... but frankly everything is 2500 euros for the pad to fear ...
Potter has a buy without trying and it was a little deu for he saw the ad appears from the skin mesh and many believe ... Well THESE ARE NOT PLASTIC PAD (ClassE.as ..) But a little more pleasant than the DTXPRESS ...
Tip of the Day Putot BUY THE DTXPRESS III SPECIAL AND A GOOD PC for the price of the DTXTREME II s (1300 euros + pc is using the module in any case ...)
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onitsukaonitsuka

Yamaha DTXtreme II SPublished on 11/04/04 at 15:38
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1 month I use and I am satisfied trs, I love the composition on rack of 4 pads (toms = 4), with a snare drum up more in diameter, charley up also as a true, and also three cymbals, not to mention three areas of sounds on each pad and on the ride. I do not see a default, forcment, the pads make a noise but with a good pad headphones or a good set of speakers is not thinking at all.
I tried DTXpress 3s which is not bad but it's also a range below, and t 6 and 8 of Roland, this dernire both really great in touch, but the 4th 3rd cymbal pad and Yamaha convinced me!
I would do without this choice problem.
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patibulerepatibulere

Yamaha DTXtreme II SPublished on 01/20/05 at 03:54
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The troubles encountered with the drumkit DTXTREME IIS is at the transplanted Stereo sound when I play in a group, the snare does not transmit sound to the sound (at times). on the other hand when I'm alone, running OK. O On the problem may come as a group, we practice the caf-concert. Thank you for a rponse if someone knows my problem.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: DTXtreme II S
  • Series: DTX
  • Category: Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 09/16/2008

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