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Re: Elec. Drum Kit Opinions?

I purchased a zendrum (I got it used for less
than 1/2 list price.) & I loved it so much that I
sold my acoustic kit.  I have used the zendrum to
control several sound sources (Alesis, Roland V
Drum, Roland JV-1080, etc.)
They are at:
--- Funkay <funkay@mindless.com> wrote:
> For a much cheaper (and in my opinion better)
> alternative, just get a computer midi sequencer
> and buy a drum module like the alesis dm5. If
> you're going to buy an electric set, you have
> to go by feel...and most of them have none. I
> know a drummer who ruined his wrists playing
> for years on only electric kits. If youre not
> going to play them for performance or anything
> like that, I would reccomend just getting some
> sort of trigger pad device that you can play
> without having to go in on a whole set. But
> again thats just my opinion, I hate playing
> lifeless drums. It takes a lot of the fun out
> of it. Good luck
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Om_Audio 
>   To: Loopers Delight 
>   Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2001 10:58 AM
>   Subject: OT: Elec. Drum Kit Opinions?
>   Hi all- 
>   I wanted to get some opinions on midi drum
> kits- preferably around $1000- there are so
> many from Roland alone I'm a bit lost- - I'm
> tired of drum machines and ready made loops and
> want to create my own drum and percussion loops
> (I used to play drums)- I plan on using my
> computer as the sound source- Thanks- 
>   Cliff

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