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Drumderbuss 07-07-2013 10:12 PM

Different company pads to brain
Hi. Please forgive my ignorance, I've only been playing for 16 months.
I'm wondering if you can use pads from one company, with the module/brain of another. I currently have a Session Pro DD505, and although this has served me well, I feel that the module just isn't up to scratch anymore. I plan on slowly upgrading this kit as time goes on and I'm happy with the pads, just not the module. If I were to get say, a Roland module, would it be compatible with pads from other companies?

triggera 07-07-2013 11:52 PM

Re: Different company pads to brain
Generally, yes. But I would really replace those pads asap ...

wildbill 07-09-2013 03:48 AM

Re: Different company pads to brain
Usually a single main zone - the head, will work.
But some pads also have one or two rim zones, and those can be less likely to work with different manufacturer's modules.

BertTheDrummer 07-18-2013 05:56 AM

Re: Different company pads to brain
Tell you the truth, most good quality brains usually cost quite a bit close to what it'd cost you for a new set. Not really worth it in my opinion.

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