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  • Alesis ControlPad

    Alesis ControlPad - "Functional and Inexpensive"

    03/07/13

    The Alesis Control Pad is e-drum product that contains six rubber pads, and also allows for the input of other trigger pads. The Control Pad converts the triggers into MIDI information and outputs the MIDI. The Control Pad does not contain any sound…

  • Roland SPD-S

    Roland SPD-S - "Perfect for home use"

    05/29/12

    The Roland SPD s is a drum/ sampling pad that is really affordable. It allows you to bring some of your drumming into life in your music without having to go out and pay for a large drum set that will take up a lot of room in your home. This is the p…

  • Roland SPD-S

    Roland SPD-S - moosers's review

    03/18/11

    The Roland SPD-S is an electronic drum pad that's made for triggering samples. It's designed to be placed within the context of your drum kit so you can have access to electronic drum sounds on the spot. I don't own this and I'm not primarily a dru…

  • Alternate Mode DRUMKAT 3.8

    Alternate Mode DRUMKAT 3.8 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    10/19/08

    (Originally written by angeyoda/translated from Audiofanzine FR) I've been using my DRUMKAT since 1994, I upgraded it from 3.5 to 3.8 in 2004 and I changed the FSR sensor (watch out for secondhand gear because it might turn out costlier... the FSR'…

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha DD-55"

    12/26/03

    I contributed to this as a christmas present from Sound Control for 121 of your english pounds. A VERY good deal seeing as the RRP is often quoted as £199. I got it because I am now in Uni, and can't take my 8-piece Premier Kit with me. Where do I…

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha DD 55"

    05/30/03

    I purchased the unit from Grandma's Sound in Albuquerque, NM. I paid $199 and it came with a power supply. The DD 55 has a ton of features. The unit holds many "standard" kit setups for use right out of the box. You can also design your own kit w…

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha DD55"

    04/06/03

    Purchased from ZZounds.com for $250 + shipping March 2003. I chose this unit because it had the most drum pads available short of a full electronic stage kit, which I didn't have room or money for. The DD55 works well as a stand-alone unit. The drum…

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha Drum Pro DD-55"

    11/16/02

    Argos (uk) 160 pounds-bargain! I wanted to drum in the most confined space and not disturb the family or neighboors. The presentation and layout, the acoustic feel it had and the easy to work controls maybe referring to the manual sometimes but tha…

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha DD55"

    06/10/02

    Amazon.com for $229.00 with free shipping. This is the lowest price I've been able to find anywhere. Very responsive and comfortable pads. Very professional high quality sounds (stereo sampled). Very easy and intuitive to use--lots of pre-loaded …

  • Yamaha DD-55

    Yamaha DD-55 - "Yamaha DD55"

    06/05/02

    Purchased for $229 with free shipping on amazon.com. Tried it out at Sam Ash Music first. I wanted a single solution pad set up becuase I own a Roland V Drums Pro setup and it's too big and gets really boring to play (not as fun as acoustic drums N…