Please read our VDrum. And it might just suit yours too. Great – thank you. Feel free to send me his details It says good condition I know, I know and the pictures back this statement up. I have them set up as follo I’ve repaired several Roland pad triggers but never got around to trying to fix this one.
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Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. Firstly, I know I have been looking for help in buying my first kit from you before and I am very grateful for the information, so sorry to ask yet another question.
Ask if you don’t see what you are looking for. This page was last updated: Leaving opinions about rubber pads versus mesh heads to one side for the moment, the five-pad, three-‘cymbal’ and hi-hat array looks very proper. The fact that it mounts on dtxtreke proper iiis stand should be iie real boon, but it just comes across a bit clunky.
The generously sized snare and tom pads the TP toms are 10″, the TPSD snare is 12″ and the businesslike RS rack are imposing enough to get close to the feeling of being surrounded by the kit, as opposed to being perched behind a collection of over sized switches, and the fact that the RHH hi-hat pad mounts on a normal hat stand only adds to the grown-up feel.
Its very old and the sounds are very dated i would pass on it. DTXtreme iis module, rack, hi hat on stand, snare on stand, 2 x dtxtteme, 1 x ride, kick. Originally posted by electrodrummer View Post. The DTX may sound better than the Dtxtreme 2. There is, however, a lack of dynamic three-dimensional character to much of what’s on offer, and as such the out-of-the-box sound of the Xtreme isn’t as engaging as that of some admittedly more expensive electronic kits we have come across.
If you have any other issues, or cannot sign in, please visit our Forum Talk Section for common remedies. Cons It gets a black mark for hi-hat operation and subjectively ordinary sounds.
There is no denying the profile of the DTX brand and, as the flagship model, the Xtreme IIS has the job of, well, flying the flag for the whole range. This item is in good condition. It says good ios I know, I know and the pictures back this statement up. What would you think of buying it for the hardware and upgrading the module?
Please read our VDrum. Clearly, this is well within budget and would leave me plenty of spare cash for upgrades. And it might just suit yours too.
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No snare stand, bass drum pedal, speaker, or can of mountain dew is included with sale. What you see is exactly what you will receive. And a fair percentage of users will probably only ever use the kit in a fixed location for practice purposes.
Image 4 of 6 The Xtreme sound module is home to more than 2, voices.
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Originally posted by Peter Warren View Post. It’s great for workaday tasks – practice, rehearsals, songwriting surely the most common uses for such set-ups – but lacks that magic sparkle to make it really special.
Electro, If there were any triggering issues in any of the pad zones, at what point would the kit stop being viable, in your opinion? Regards from Ye Olde Englande. Those unconvinced by rubbery types will probably dismiss the DTXtreme on those grounds alone but the size and construction of the Yamaha pads that make up this kit mean they are very usable, and are forgiving enough to be perfectly playable for extended periods.
It takes a while to get things into shape when you grapple with individual clamps and rack legs for the first time, but regular Xtreme giggers will soon have their own set-up routine down pat. You can load your own samples into it – something that even today a lot of modules can’t do apart from Yamaha. As one of the runners in what is pretty much a two-horse electronic percussion race, Yamaha placed great store on the success of this e-kit.
It works great, but I want to spend my time honing my guitar pla