Kick triggers

Sal13

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I just brought a roland tm1 module with the RT-30k kick trigger just for home use. I was wondering what a good drum speaker/amp would work. I'm not looking for nothing big like a pa system like I say it's just for playing around at home. I bought a peavey vyper guitar/bass amp for pretty cheap but it dont sound to good. Some ideas would be appreciated.
 

Sal13

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Ya I've thought about head phones but I still want the live experience. What about a small pa. Something like this
 

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Sal13

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Theres only mic inputs though
 

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lefty2

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I bought a used 50 watt Simmons amp for my little 6 1/2 by 13 room I think it works great.
 

Sal13

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I bought a used 50 watt Simmons amp for my little 6 1/2 by 13 room I think it works great.
What's your trigger set up? I have 22in kick with the roland tm1 module and the RT-30k kick trigger. Would a simmons 200s work for that?
 

lefty2

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What's your trigger set up? I have 22in kick with the roland tm1 module and the RT-30k kick trigger. Would a simmons 200s work for that?
I have the Roland rt-30k and a 22-inch kick also. I have a Alesis sample pad that I can get my sound from and I also have a Alesis Nitro kit that I can use for a module also. I never fool with it anymore. I'm a wannabe metal drummer LOL I'm 61 and I play in a country band and a classic rock band and sub for a couple of other bands once in awhile. So I don't have much time to work on my crazy double kick speed. As a result it's not coming along very well. Like anything else you get out of it what you put into it and I've not put much into it.
 
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