FXpansion Introduce BFD Jazz Maple
FXpansion presents BFD Jazz Maple, the latest edition to the BFD2 & BFD Eco family.
BFD Jazz Maple is an expansion pack featuring a Yamaha Maple Custom drum kit, compatible with BFD 2.1 and BFD Eco. The expansion features several bonus 'lite' kit-pieces - a Yamaha signature Roy Haynes copper shell snare and a suite of Sabian cymbals.
Although the tone of the kit lends itself particularly well to jazz, fusion and funk, BFD Jazz Maple is suitable for all styles of music that demand expressive, great-sounding drums, according to the company. BFD Jazz Maple comes with a selection of BFD2.1 and BFD Eco presets.
- Download-only expansion packs for BFD2 and BFD Eco
- Includes bonus ‘lite’ signature Roy Haynes snare and with matching beaters
- Includes bonus ‘lite’ Sabian cymbals with matching beaters
- Presets with custom grooves
- Includes 5 groove palettes from Platinum Samples – Real Jazz
Pricing & Availability:
BFD Jazz Maple is a download-only expansion pack and is available now from the FXpansion web shop
BFD Jazz Maple: £35.00, €49.00, $70.00 for all registered BFD2 & BFD Eco owners
Special Offer: BFD Jazz Maple is available at £25, €35, $50 for any registered BFD Jazz 'n' Funk owner
Upgrade Offer: Purchasing BFD Jazz Maple entitles registered users to purchase BFD Signature Snares vol. 1 and/or BFD Signature Snares vol. 2 at a discount price of £25, €35, $50 each.
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