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Old 10-06-2012, 05:13 PM
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Default Yamaha DTX450K

The Yamaha DTX450K says that it is expandable to add 1 additional crash cymbol by plugging it into the extra plug in on the back of the kick pad. My question is this: Can the additional cymbol be programmed to make any sound such as a cowbell?

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Old 10-06-2012, 05:53 PM
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Default Re: Yamaha DTX450K

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The Yamaha DTX450K says that it is expandable to add 1 additional crash cymbol by plugging it into the extra plug in on the back of the kick pad. My question is this: Can the additional cymbol be programmed to make any sound such as a cowbell?

Thanks for any answers.
Without the manual in front of me I can't definitively say yes, but if the dtx450 is like all the other modules that Yamaha offers then I'm sure you'll be able to...have you posted this question over at dtxperience, specifically to TomTom..he works for Yamaha and should be able to answer definitively..
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Old 10-07-2012, 03:53 AM
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Default Re: Yamaha DTX450K

When it says crash, im guessing it means dual trigger (edge and top of cymbal) so that means it should be able to take the input of any single trigger electronic pad, which you should be able to program to a cowbell.

Search on google for the online manual though, just to check before you go ahead.
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