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Old 02-18-2008, 02:49 PM
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Default Axis E-kits or "regular" triggers

Hi! I want to buy triggers for my bass drum. I consider buying the Roland TD-3 - what do you think of that module? I don't know whether I should buy the Axis E-kits or a Roland trigger for my kick - what are your opinions? Hellhammer told me that triggering a single bass drum with a double pedal could possibly be an issue - do you agree? Do I only need a module and a trigger?

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Old 04-14-2008, 03:59 PM
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Default Re: Axis E-kits or "regular" triggers

I've been using the roland TD-3 for quite some time now, it's a nice model if you're looking for something not to expensive, but it doesn't have a lot of sounds. As for the triggers, i use roland triggers on a sigle bass drum with a double pedal and it has given me some problems. When you get up to the higher speeds at lower volumes it tends to leave out some notes.
I'm thinking about buying ddrum triggers soon, i've been hearing some good things about them. And a module and a trigger is all you need.
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