Fxpansion BFD Oak Custom Expansion Kit
The BFD Oak Custom Expansion Kit features a Yamaha Oak Custom drum kit and Bamboo snare.
This download-only BFD v2.1 expansion kit includes toms played with sticks, mallets, and rods. The bass drum is provided in both wood and felt beater versions. The snare is played with sticks, and provided with the snare-strainer on and off.
New v2.1 articulations include 'rim shots' and 'rim clicks' on the toms (when hit with sticks). The snare also offers 'rim clicks' in addition to its standard articulations, as well as support for positional sensing when used with electronic drums.
- Oak Custom 8"x10" Tom
- Oak Custom 9"x12" Tom
- Oak Custom 10"x13" Tom
- Oak Custom 14"x14" Floor Tom
- Oak Custom 16"x16" Floor Tom
- Oak Custom 17"x24" Bass Drum
Yamaha Bamboo 6"x14" Snare Drum
- Remo Heads
- Snare - Coated Ambassador
- Toms - Coated Emperor
- Bass Drum - Powersonic
These kit-pieces are created from recordings of the Yamaha drum cases being played with sticks. Recordings of the 10", 12", 14", and 24" drum cases are provided.
There are no hi-hats or cymbals included with this expansion kit. However, all the bundled presets are designed around the cymbals in BFD2, and can be easily set up to play with electronic drumkits such as the Yamaha DTXtreme series using BFD2's mapping functionality.
Availability & Pricing
BFD Yamaha Oak Custom Expansion Kit is a download-only product and is available now from the FXpansion web shop.
BFD Yamaha Oak Custom is GBP £25, Euro €35, USD $50 for all registered BFD2 owners.
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