small footprint e-kit

davor

Senior Member
does anyone know what the smallest footprint e-kit is? I currently use a TD9, but might be moving soon and space me be even more of an issue than previously
 

electrodrummer

Senior Member
DTX Multi12 + kick controller/pad + hat controller. Add optional snare etc. (pic is not mine!)

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All ekits on racks / stands are as big or small as you want to make them, by playing around with tube sizes etc. There's no limits on size. I had one setup I used to use with everything on a single Premier Trilok tom stand.

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I'm sure you can re-config your TD-9 to be smaller in many ways :)
 
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GetAgrippa

Platinum Member
The Zen drum is even a smaller footprint.
 

graysonator

Well-known member
I have an Alesis Strike Multipad. With 25gb of user storage, you can pretty much sample all kinds of acoustic drums into it to make a small and compact setup!

 

davor

Senior Member
Thanks for the replies. So this is interesting, I could change the rack of my td9 (in some way, maybe shorter tubes?) and lose a cymbal and one or two tom pads
 

rebonn

Senior Member
Speaking of Kat, I've played a few coffee shop type gigs with these.

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And still have them.
 

electrodrummer

Senior Member
Used to use my TrapKat a lot.

Too unreliable now - need major overhaul.
 

electrodrummer

Senior Member
Thanks for the replies. So this is interesting, I could change the rack of my td9 (in some way, maybe shorter tubes?) and lose a cymbal and one or two tom pads

Of course.
 

Zaxx

Member
The smallest footprint e-kit in the world is my custom one - mounted on a single mic stand - eleven playing surfaces plus two pedals! Commercially, though, it has to be the NUX DM-1 - find it on YouTube.
 
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