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Old 11-28-2008, 08:35 PM
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Default Electronic Drums Lifespan

Bit of a specialised quesion to ask but anyway... I'm am thinking about purchasing a td-6 all mesh pad kit off ebay (used) and then selling on the module and getting a td-9 instead. How long do the pads last for? Do you know if I can get a warranty on a new module? I have heard that electonic drums dont last long and the triggering becomes faulty. Also, if anyone has got any bright ideas about how I can get all mesh kit with a decent module for under 1000 it would be most appreciated.
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Old 11-29-2008, 06:25 AM
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Default Re: Electronic Drums Lifespan

I have a TD-20 kit, I have had it for approx 3 years no with no problems at all.
The fact of the matter is there is no magic int he drums themselves. There are a few parts that can easily be replaced if they break.
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