Welcome to the world of e-drums.http://www.rolandconnect.com/product.php?p=td-30kv
Lol bought my td-20sx a year ago!
I hope it's not much different haha
Yes I am done with my TD10 and the mesh heads. Time for Roland to come up with something new. The new Yamaha heads are better feeling. Too much bounce on the mesh. They are quite though. People say they use them for practice, but it is only good if you are going to play the e kit out. Practicing on an e-kit for playing your acoustic, is not very good. They are just too different in feel.I have a TD-9 for temporary use, for almost a month now (to be returned in a few weeks). Honestly I've sat maybe 3-4 times at that kit, only to learn I have a hard time with those ultra bouncy meshheads. So I'm back practicing on my pads & double pedal & kick practice pad. Unless there's a noticeable improvement in playing feel and more realistic pad bounce I'm definitely not in the market for an e-kit.
So it's like $500 more than the TD-20SX. At least I've got mine with a half of PM-30 amp. But still thought it was gonna last me longer before a new model came out xD. I'm happy with my TD-20SX specially with heaphones and the Mix-In input. Can Play Non Stop!TD-30K = $4,499 (USD):
TD-30KV = $7,499 (USD):
Not sure what the differences are that makes the KV $3,000 more than the K version.
4k would be an incredible price tag for that thing indeed. That would be way less than the TD20, at least in Germany. I cannot believe this right now though, I think that it will much more likely be around 6k or more around here. 4k would be a deal of the century kind of thing.4k for that, unbelievable!