Re: Roland V-Drums - Opinions??
I had the big TD-10 kit even with the big bass drum pad. I considered it the most expensive practice kit I ever owned. I quickly got out e- drumming and concentrated what I did best which is sounding good on acoustic drums. I'm a product of the 80s MIDI generation and played my share of Octapads, DrumKats, and Zendrums. Nothing can replace the real deal. I ca 't recommend them for practice, either because it feels very different.
I think it's cheaper and easier in the long run to be nice with your neighbors and invite them over for a barbecue every now and then. If you're gonna gig with the real thing, you have to practice on the real thing.