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Millenium MPS-300 Mono Cymbal Pad

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Cymbal Pad for Electronic Drum

  • Mono version
  • Finish: Rubber
  • Colour: Black
  • Includes cable and cymbal boom arm (diameter: 19 mm)
Size in inch 10"
Mono Yes
Stereo No
Three Zones No
Round Cymbal No
Item number 191964
£20.60
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Great effect pad for the price
TheF 16.04.2020
I was looking for a pad to be used for china and effect cymbal sounds and this pack fits the bill perfectly for that use. Everything you need is included at a great price and it works fine. It triggers well, isn't extremely loud acoustically (though I do have quieter cymbals), and the stand is solid enough. It doesn't take a lot of room so it keeps the footprint of the kit low even when positioned fairly far off to the side, or it can be positioned in between other pads without need for a lot of manouvering.

I couldn't really recommend it as a regular crash cymbal for example, except on a very short budget, it just doesn't feel very realistic in that role. It feels pretty much like an inverted china when being played, no wobble and not a lot of give. It is best employed as an effect cymbal or perhaps a secondary ride/hi-hat. I'm not taking that as a big minus though, it would not be fair to expect a "pizza slice" cymbal to feel like a full-size one.

Recommended, would buy again.
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Experience of MPS-300 use
Tecwyn 17.06.2021
I bought this pad mainly for fun - just wanted to add one more "cymbal" to my old Roland e-kit. Befor that, I used a spare rubber pad from the same kit as an extra cymbal.
Pros: the pad and the stand are really nicely made from the mechanical point of view. They are sturdy and robust.
Cons: well, may be not the cons, but "features".
1. The cymbal does not swing at all (compared to Roland cympals from my set). So, there is no difference between hitting this pad and a usual pad that emulates a tom drum on my kit. But still, I could spend more money and buy a swinging model. Nobody to blame here. Maybe, later I will customize it to make it swing.
2. It is loud like hell. Still have no solution for this issue.
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Does the job, saves space.
Gerardo5491 15.07.2020
If your electronic percussion is placed on a corner (it is usually like this) then this cymbal represents a great advantage in size and shape confort.
I'm using this MPS-300 Mono cymbal with my Roland Octapad.
The cable I use between them is the same mono cable included with the cymbal. The cymbal comes as well with the arm, but in this case I needed extra distance so I'm using the cymbal with the Millenium DB-115 Cymbal boom arm and the Gibraltar multi-clamp SC-PUGC.
So now you know this cymbal is compatible with the Roland Octapad. Just plug and play ))
Thanks Thomann for great price, quality, fast dispatching, delivery in around 10 days to Saint Petersburg, Russia, safe packing. And again I want to say that the relation quality vs price in this product is perfect.
Danke!
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A Cheap, Compact Cymbal Which Works
Anonymous 13.01.2015
Reviewed against the price rather than the entire range of cymbal pads available.

I ordered this because I wanted a splash cymbal pad to go with my Roland CY-8s and didn't want to spend a fortune on pad and then hardware.

As usual Thomann came to the rescue.

This is a rubber slice of what appears to be a 12" or so pizza. Not terrible pretty or realistic, but it does snuggle into a compact kit easily without hitting stands and false triggering - and as a splash pad that's precisely what I wanted. A full 12" cymbal pad would have felt weird mimicking a 6" splash right?

There's no realistic rocking when hit - if you tighten it up anywhere near 'tight' it is like hitting a table mat on your kitchen table. So I have it loose, but not loose enough for it to come out of the crude but effective pin-in-a-hole anti-spin 'mechanism'.

It sends my TD3 brain a velocity sensitive signal, so I can play quiet or loud. It's not a very broad range (see my comments on the 11" MPS600 pad likewise) which may be a slight compatibility issue. It's certainly no CY-8, but then again they're several multiples more £££.

I've had no issues with the cymbal arm either but I found that the Millenium hardware requires some fiddling with spare bushes and washers if you are to put another cymbal brand on it.


All in all this is a great little product. If you want a crash there's a mono 12" circular cymbal which will doubtless be a better 'player' but as an accessory cymbal this ticks all the boxes. And it comes with a cable!!!
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