Trigger cheap, quite effective to the extent it is not used in an optical "speed metal". The construction is of good quality. The price is a good average. Being now equipped axis, the ddrums do for me out of pre-history.
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dialo8z's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
From bill-very strong version of the bass drum redshot pro feels sturdy, the dynamics are very good and the trigger installs quickly and easily.
"I tried the normal version (red shot) in jack, nothing to do far less reliable and convenient, I think this model is more responsive on the toms.
-The price is still high compared to the simplicity of the sensor, but there is guarantee of quality behind it, and you it seems to me the strength to see how long it will respond as well, depending on the care taken in this gear .
-A few dollars you can have near equivalent in TDRUM, I have not tested, but I think I do it again the same choice with respect to triggers in Roland that we look a little less sturdy.
I put 9 to give me the time of the user.
After some past shows, it's the ball regardless of the system of the diff bass drum sound is well defined (since it is the same sound from my module) the response is good, the trigger combines the feel of the real bass drum and the precision of a pad ...