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Joyo JMD-05 Drum Practice Pad
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  • ravioli156ravioli156

    convenient for travel

    Joyo JMD-05 Drum Practice PadPublished on 09/08/10 at 12:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this pad for 6 months.

    Before using this pad I had used two other conventional pads (one pad and one HQ RealFeel yamaha).
    The advantage of this pad is not in ease of use, which is much lower than with a conventional pad, but it lies in being able to train with the built-in metronome, specially adapted to the drumkit.

    What I like least in this pad is the size of the strike zone, which is much too small. The advantage is that it forces the precision. The disadvantage is that risk at any moment to break the screen. For the moment, despite the knocks at hand, no sign of weakness.

    The value for money is very good, especially compared to most it brings compared to a traditional pad. …
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    I use this pad for 6 months.

    Before using this pad I had used two other conventional pads (one pad and one HQ RealFeel yamaha).
    The advantage of this pad is not in ease of use, which is much lower than with a conventional pad, but it lies in being able to train with the built-in metronome, specially adapted to the drumkit.

    What I like least in this pad is the size of the strike zone, which is much too small. The advantage is that it forces the precision. The disadvantage is that risk at any moment to break the screen. For the moment, despite the knocks at hand, no sign of weakness.

    The value for money is very good, especially compared to most it brings compared to a traditional pad. It allows the pace of work very suitable, especially because of its small size and the fact it runs on batteries, it can be transported anywhere.

    With experience, I do it again this choice without hesitation. Now I have a PMR-5 for training, but it is much less portable, and especially do not play in the same category.
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