The Roland TD-30KV's little brother, the Roland 30K V-Drums are a highly recommended but still a little more cost-effective alternative to Roland's actual flagship. The TD-30 drum sound module is the best sound with the incredible sound of 1100 drum sounds that are really the finest and the most versatile stand of the drum scene justify. Just imagine where you should store and place all the instruments if they were all real. This would probably blow up any studios. So, you have inspiring topsounds and best quality of this latest sound module in one and with the supplied Meshhead drums in the cheaper version by a Tom less than the more expensive set, but go and after an easy understandable construction according to instructions you can always and the product videos And descriptions have definitely not exaggerated: This is like real drums, there are no delay and latencies in the reaction and every dynamic transition comes like a live drumset. Simply great and truly convincing.
Because of the many sounds and setting possibilities, it is also for your own storing ideas the madness parh. Some drum settings can be found on the module only after some curiosity, but although there is no explicit operating manual about its special use, one may even get to the bottom of the principles rather quickly, and the thing remains By the many self-discoveries also exciting. In addition, the good piece, as well as its predecessor and as an answer to the well-intentioned but more complicated competing product of the sound module of the 2box Drumit Five MK2 E-DRUM system, has eight direct individual outputs, which do not have to be searched through a menu An efficient postprocessing and good mix selfredening the better choice.
And although I am left-handed myself and therefore, of course, open system rather than overcross hands, but it is more like Billy Cobham and strive to be able to both systems, I have noticed that with V-Drums - unlike the guitars, for example - it seems obvious that only right-wingers are generally considered. Thus, a left-hook construction is not possible by the pre-installed cables in the pipes or even if this should fold, the cables the other way around - especially the HiHat - would be simply too short and thus would not go. But maybe you can in such a case, even before an order still clarify. But as I mentioned earlier, I have a lot more arthouse students than left-handers, and of course I am motivated to master the device on both sides (also as motivation for future left-handers), this is not really a problem but more an interesting challenge similar to Joe Zawinul Instrument in all directions left, right and mirrored to dominate. This also leaves you with a nice touch on the train and also understands the problems of your clients' problems - and the purchase of a double bass pedal as indicated in the picture as an additional purchase option - also gives left-handers the possibility, to take part.
The only real caring child is actually the HiHat itself, the Roland VH-11 V Drum Hi-Hat Pad. In the photo, their different construction is not quite recognizable in comparison to a real HiHat to the one and the product videos are always showing the flagship and their HiHat Roland VH-13-MG. And there are playful worlds between these two. Mainly and this could be easily remedied by a more adequate fixation on the part of the manufacturer, is simply and simply - and this is rightly criticized here on the Thomannpage with the VH-11 Hihat - that the basin always turns again. This in itself would not be so bad. However, since the sound reduction and the triggers are only on the side facing the drummer and not everywhere, the result is very unpleasant sound failures which are not really pleasing to a EUR 4,000.00 investment.
However, the complete set can be inexpensive to the full-sized big brother at lower cost and at the same time solve the HiHat problem optimally: One worries itself immediately the better VH-13-MG HiHat and another 10 "Tom Pad PDX-100 than 4 , The TomTom is a new addition to the Roland TD-30 Thomann Edition set, which has not been available at the time of purchase, but it is more affordable Offers as the flagship itself and who is a little black-color fetishist like me will be more likely to end up with this variant, and it will also be more beautiful, because the set is no matter what version is a feast for the eye and with all its features really gorgeous to play .
Faszit: Great drumset with absolutely convincing playing style, but weakening HiHat. But with a VH-13-MG HiHat, a Tom more and a double bass pedal can be converted to the absolute top gear - and still the service of Thomann. At any rate, a class in itself! Top!
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