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Old 06-03-2008, 08:42 PM
howard_roark howard_roark is offline
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Default Roland TD-7

Hi,

What are some of the downfalls of the TD-7? I've googled but not much pops up. Although all other models are covered extensively. What should I pay (range) for a complete TD-7 kit?

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Old 06-03-2008, 10:00 PM
mabhz mabhz is offline
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Default Re: Roland TD-7

If you need info on the TD6, i can help. But know nothing about TD7. Didnt even know it existed!!
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Old 06-03-2008, 10:13 PM
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Default Re: Roland TD-7

well...

i sold my TD-7 kit with a 12" mesh pad (pd120) for the snare drum for 600 bucks. And that was like 3 years ago.

They're not worth much anymore since the module is so basic. It's pretty much just a midi drum module that has trigger inputs built in. There's very little modelling you can do with it beyond editing pitch of drums and cymbals.

It's a great "entry" level electronic drumset and I wish I hadn't sold mine just for the reason that it's a fine practice tool if you don't care what the sounds are like.
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