Fxpansion BFD2 JEX Expansion Kit
PXPansion presents the BFD2 JEX Expansion Kit, which according to the brand features a high-end, custom hand-made kit from XDrum's Xotica line.
The drums feature 6-ply Keller Maple shells with an additional ply of Sapeli Pommele running vertically, resulting in a focused low-end. The finish is hand-applied tung oil, which is supposed to favor an open tone.
This download-only BFD2 expansion kit includes the following kit-pieces, all played with sticks, mallets, brushes and rods (the kick drum was hit with both a wood and felt beater):
- Custom XDrum 18x22 inch kick
- Custom XDrum 8x8 inch tom
- Custom XDrum 8x10 inch tom
- Custom XDrum 8x12 inch tom
- Custom XDrum 14x14 inch tom
Purchasers also get a bonus download of a detail-reduced Ludwig Super Sensitive snare from the Jazz & Funk expansion pack.
There are no hihats or cymbals included with this expansion kit.
The BFD2 JEX Expansion Kit is available now from the FXpansion web shop for GBP £25/€ 35/USD $50 for all registered BFD2 owners
As a special offer, the BFD2 JEX Expansion Kit is £15/€ 20/$30 for all registered BFD2 owners who also have either one or more of the following expansion packs registered to their user account: BFD Jazz & Funk, BFD Percussion, or BFD2 B.O.M.B.
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