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Old 01-20-2013, 06:49 PM
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Default Yamaha DTX530K vs Roland V-Drums

I have few money. I will buy electronic drum. thoughts in my head Yamaha dtx 530k or roland td-3, td-4, td-9. Maybe alesis dm-10

Yamaha: Realistic hi-hat, 3 zone pads, Mesh snare

Roland: Mesh snare, better module, 2 zone pads

Alesis DM-10: +1 Cymbal and +1 floor tom

Can I add one more cymbal to yamaha or roland?

Please help me for my choice.

EDİT: My english is bad. Please speak simple and easy.

Thank you for your interest.

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Old 01-20-2013, 07:20 PM
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:31 PM
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Default Re: Yamaha DTX530K vs Roland V-Drums

Thank you for your answer? Which roland kits had add 1 more cymbal possibilty?
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:56 AM
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Default Re: Yamaha DTX530K vs Roland V-Drums

You could do a Yamaha DTX 530 ($1099). It has a silicone snare and rubber toms, upgrade an additional cymbal for $169 (I believe) with the mounting hardware included. And if you want to upgrade in the future, you can add 3 more single zone pads by purchasing 3 splitters, buying some rubber pads (I think they are around $80 each with the mounting hardware).

Currently I'm running a DTX 535 (which Kraft Music isn't offering anymore) I'm running 5 toms and 4 cymbals with the use of splitters. And to boot, if you ever want to upgrade the kit in the future, all you need to do is buy the DTX700 module and your already setup with your current kit.

http://www.kraftmusic.com/yamaha-dtx...-drum-set.html (drum kit)
http://www.kraftmusic.com/yamaha-pcy...ymbal-pak.html (13 inch cymbal)
http://www.kraftmusic.com/yamaha-pcy...ymbal-pak.html (15 inch cymbal, great for a ride cymbal)
http://www.kraftmusic.com/yamaha-tp6...d-pad-pak.html (extra tom pads)
http://www.kraftmusic.com/hosa-ypp-1...l-1-4-tsf.html (splitters for adding additional single zone pads, they are about 1/2 the price here than you will find anywhere else)

Think about it, Defender

P.S. This was posted elsewhere, but it seems relevant to what you're asking. You can add 1 additional cymbal to the Roland sets and 4 additional single zone pads to the Yamaha set. As far as the Roland module being better, I personally played and listened to the dtx 500 series and several different Roland modules at about 3 different music stores and I feel the Yamaha has far better sounds. And Roland has their additional pads and cymbals so far overpriced that they might as well advertise, "DO NOT BUY THESE, just buy a whole new kit instead!" 1 of their 12" 2 zone cymbals is around $100 more than Yamaha's 13" 3 zone cymbal.

http://www.kraftmusic.com/roland-cy-...ymbal-pak.html (And here's my proof)
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Old 01-21-2013, 05:57 PM
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Default Re: Yamaha DTX530K vs Roland V-Drums

I heard 7-8 answer to other forums. Many people suggested me roland. I will buy roland. But there are so many option. TD-3 TD-4 TD-6 TD-9 TD-11.

I find roland td4 kx(all mesh pad) and roland td9 k . Which one are you suggest?
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Old 01-21-2013, 08:25 PM
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lol.... well, there's no changing your mind then... have fun with your Roland.
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I heard 7-8 answer to other forums. Many people suggested me roland. I will buy roland. But there are so many option. TD-3 TD-4 TD-6 TD-9 TD-11.

I find roland td4 kx(all mesh pad) and roland td9 k . Which one are you suggest?
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