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Roland SPD-20
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Roland SPD-20

Multipad from Roland belonging to the SPD series.

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pierrotlepiednoir pierrotlepiednoir

«  Revolutionary!! »

Publié le 08/10/11 à 10:08
a toy is just amazing for home studio drummers and percussionists of all kinds is an excellent addition to kit on an acoustic drum strikes and are super bounce is almost all sounds a beatmaker, drummer or percussionist must have (drums acoustic drums 80's and 90's, electro drums, various percussion instruments of all kinds, FX and atmosphere, marimba and other instruments, mallets, wood, metal, playing with sticks, sounds of voices, sounds synths, bass, but also sequences that can be launched at the intro of a song for example.

octopad is currently the most revolutionary of the past 15 years no competing product can dethrone the Roland SPD20 home quality is top notch but the product is still very expensive and for good reason.

separately (and other pedal pad fitting) the toy can become a mini drumkit electronic quality to the live socket.
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