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actionhenk 05-25-2013 04:14 PM

starter set
 
Hello,

Im going to start drumming and am looking for a reasonable kit. I was looking at these two kits:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/millenium_t...esh_bundle.htm

or

http://www.thomann.de/gb/roland_td11...ompact_set.htm

Which one would have the "best" sound ? Im looking for one that is as close to the "acoustic" sound as possible. I read good things about the 2box module, but im not so sure about the Millenium toms, their response etc. Does anyone have any experience with them ?

Roland seems to be OK but I dont know if the TD11 module is any good compared to the 2box module.. does anyone have any idea on this ?

Thanks!

bbuduliss 05-25-2013 04:22 PM

Re: starter set
 
Both modules are good enough. And not only for a starter. My vote goes to Roland because I like internal samples and factory presets more

Bonzo_CR 05-27-2013 11:05 AM

Re: starter set
 
My vote goes to the Roland, but it's a personal choice. I have played Roland and find them very good with many usable sounds.

Many folks on this forum like Roland, many like Yamaha. I don't have any experience of the 2Box kit.

My advice is to go to a shop and try them both if you possibly can. You will get an idea of the sounds plus how they feel when you play them, and the way the sound module features and menus work. You may find a winner emerges when you do that with both.

actionhenk 05-27-2013 08:17 PM

Re: starter set
 
Thanks for the replies! I also found Jobeky drums which looked pretty awesome so I bought that kit instead.

babeeshba7 05-27-2013 08:21 PM

Re: starter set
 
just joined this site and this is probably a really dumb question but how do i post a question? Also, with whatever electronic set you choose get one with mesh heads, not plastic/rubber. I find the physical heads to be a much more important factor than the modules.

Midnite Zephyr 05-27-2013 09:47 PM

Re: starter set
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by babeeshba7 (Post 1144288)
just joined this site and this is probably a really dumb question but how do i post a question? Also, with whatever electronic set you choose get one with mesh heads, not plastic/rubber. I find the physical heads to be a much more important factor than the modules.

You gotta click the button that says "New Thread". New q's are called threads.


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