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1. Pacific Digital DrumXtreme DX-MIDI-PRO
$208.99 list($299.99)
2. Yamaha DD55CAD Touch-Sensitive
$79.53 $78.95 list($99.99)
3. Yamaha DD-20SAD Silver Body Touch
$172.89 list($279.95)
4. Buttkicker BUTTKICKER-LFE Low
$88.79
5. Yamaha DD20 Touch-Sensitive Digital
$139.99 list($149.99)
6. Yamaha DD35AD Touch-Sensitive
$499.00 list($799.00)
7. Hart Dynamics Prodigy Electronic
$149.99 list($199.99)
8. Pacific Digital DX-100 DrumXtreme
list($299.99)
9. Yamaha DD55AD Touch-Sensitive
$179.95 list($319.00)
10. Pintech Acoustech Electronic Piccolo
list($49.99)
11. Pacific Digital DX-50 Drum Upgrade
$2,899.00 list($4,399.00)
12. Hart Dynamics Pro 6.4 6-Piece
$129.98 list($119.99)
13. Casio LD-50AD Touch-Sensitive
$292.95 list($345.00)
14. Boss DR670 BOSS DR. RHYTHM W BASS
$495.00
15. Top-of-the-line Boss Dr. Rhythm
$124.95 list($208.00)
16. Pintech Hyperhat Hi-Hat Controller
$2,399.99 list($3,599.00)
17. ddrum System SE Electronic Drum
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18. Pulse Red Hot Five-Piece Trigger
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19. Hart Dynamics Giga-Pro Electronic
$49.99 $49.88 list($69.99)
20. Ion iDP01 (2) Drum Pad Expansion

1. Pacific Digital DrumXtreme DX-MIDI-PRO Digital Drum Kit
by Pacific Digital
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0001ZWBAG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pacific Digital
Sales Rank: 13362
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Pacific Digital Corporation has introduced the most innovative low-cost complete digital drum control set available today. The DX-MIDI-PRO comes with two control consoles: a stand-alone MIDI console and also a USB console to enable use with a PC.It contains a complete digital drum set with stand, 6 percussion pads, 2 foot pedals, and 2 central consoles (MIDI & USB). ... Read more

Features

  • Supports up to 7 drum pads (Hi-Hat, Snare, Tom1, Tom2, Tom3, Ride, Crash) and 2 pedals (Bass Drum & Hi-Hat control)
  • 7.5 rubber pads with analog pressure sensor for the drum touch
  • Full size stand with drum pads
  • Advanced sampling technology
  • Adjustable percussion sensitivity

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Kit, but toss the USB Module
Before buying this kit I search the various review sites, and talked to various musicians about what would be the best kit for me. I was originally looking at the USB only version of this kit, but decided on this one. There is a lot of debate out there about the quality of sound that comes out of this kit, especially the USB version.

This version if the kit includes the USB module, which I tried first. I learned quickly that you pretty much want to just toss it. The problem with the USB module is highly depended on the quality of the sound card in your computer, and not on the set its self. For example, on my laptop, it produces really poor sound that was at least half second behind what I was playing. This was very annoying, and made the included drum game impossible. In addition most computer speakers are very low quality and do not have the dynamic range that you need for the set to sound right. Unless you have a high computer with high end sound card, and high end speakers, I would say the USB module is worthless.

The other module that comes with the unit has MIDI out, and can produce its own sound. When hooked up to decent set of speakers, I have mine run though an old stereo, the kit sounds great. The module is very easy to use, and you have a lot of options to change the sounds, volumes, and even position of the sound. The headphone jack on the module is great for practicing with out disturbing a sleeping child, or others. The only complaint I have with it is the choke on the crash only works with the USB module.

The kit actually can take one additional pad beyond what the kit comes with. The plug is labeled ride, but since you can assign any sound to any plug, you could make it another tom tom or what ever you would like.

I am very happy with this kit, and I think its a great set for those that want to get started, and not drop a ton of money on a high end set. ... Read more


2. Yamaha DD55CAD Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums with AC Adapter
by Yamaha
list price: $299.99
our price: $208.99
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Asin: B00066N5V4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 18467
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 100 built-in rhythm styles; 50 programmed drum kits
  • MIDI input/output for computer connection; headphone jack
  • Touch-sensitive electronic drum instrument with 7 pads
  • Includes 174 stereo-sampled percussion voices assignable to any pad
  • Adjustable pad sensitivity lets people play Latin-style rhythms with hands

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good toy for drum enthusiasts who want to learn
I love drums and rythim so I decided to learn how to play drums. I decided to buy something not to expensive nor too big so that it would not became a problem if I got disappointed during the learning process. Well, I have this set for one month now and I'm satisfied with it and it had served it purpose which is to initiate myself in the art of drumming. However, I must warn you, it's a toy, do not be fool by it having pedals and all, the product will not give you the real feeling that more professional drum sets can give. I'm already thinking about buying a serious equipment, but it won't be until Ifinished my basic learning phase ... Read more


3. Yamaha DD-20SAD Silver Body Touch Sensitive Digital Drums with AC Adapter
by Yamaha
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.53
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Asin: B0000A1EH5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 9301
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Built-in Speakers
  • Drums sticks included
  • Yamaha PA3B AC Power Adapter included
  • 4 Touch Sensitive Drum Pads
  • LED readout

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars My Son Loved It!
My son Andrew, who formerly took drum lessons and still loves to tap on any and everything, was so overjoyed with this digital drum set!The many sounds that can be assigned to a pad kept him interested and motivated!I am so glad that I made this purchase, as a few people had said it's not the same as drums.While that may be true, it still provides anyone interested in drumming the opportunity to be creative and enhance their drumming skills!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Digital Drums
4/5.As much as you can expect from 4 pads and then some! ... Read more


4. Buttkicker BUTTKICKER-LFE Low Frequency Effects Shaker
by Buttkicker
list price: $279.95
our price: $172.89
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Asin: B000246U08
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Buttkicker
Sales Rank: 5582
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Product Description

  • Designed specifically to take advantage of the .1 and LFE channels
  • Can be used in couches, theater seating, platforms, and any type of structure
  • Frequency response: 5 - 200 Hz
  • Nominal impedance: 4 ohms
  • Power handling: 400 watts min. / 1500 watts maximum
  • 5 1/2"W x 5 3/8"H, oval ... Read more

    Features

    • Nominal impedance: 4 ohms
    • Power handling: 400 watts min. / 1500 watts maximum
    • Designed specifically to take advantage of the .1 and LFE channels
    • Can be used in couches, theater seating, platforms, and any type of structure
    • Frequency response: 5 - 200 Hz

  • 5. Yamaha DD20 Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums
    by Yamaha

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    Asin: B00005MO3W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Yamaha
    Sales Rank: 32350
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Yamaha DD20 touch-sensitive digital drums enable you to practice or play anywhere with a full set of drummer's tools at your fingertips. Four touch-sensitive drum pads, four effects pads, 54 assignable PCM voices, and three types of autoroll ensure you will be driving beats that fully express yourself. The Yamaha DD20 helps you master any percussion style at the tempo you choose. The LED display is easy to read. A set of drumsticks and headphone jacks are also included. The machine can be powered by the Yamaha PA3B AC adapter (not included). This unit comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty. ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes built-in speakers, drumsticks, and headphone jack
    • 4 touch-sensitive drum pads, 4 effects pads
    • 10 assignable percussion sets
    • 3 types of auto roll
    • Tempo control and tap start

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars this is good for "silent practices"
    This item is definitely good when living in a house with others, and you can practice different rudiments on it, but there are no digital cymbals or a digital bass.The fell to the "drums" isn't the greatest either, but they do do the job.there are a bunch of different sound effects on this I'd never be able to pull off with the real drum set I have, which ameks me like it.So again, I think Yamaha for making this, it kept me from quitting the drums, and now my family and I get along together because there is no noise factor. ... Read more


    6. Yamaha DD35AD Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums with Guide Lights and AC Adapter
    by Yamaha
    list price: $149.99
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    Asin: B00005K9CH
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Yamaha
    Sales Rank: 20054
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The new Yamaha Digital Drum System brings an exciting feature to digital drums: guide lamps. Digital keyboards have long used guide lamps to help novices play the right notes at the right time. (Yamaha has been a leader in this technology.) Now, aspiring drummers get the same assistance. This system takes full advantage of this feature with built-in activities using the lighted rings around the drum pads to make it fun and educational. The pads can be used with drum sticks or hands. Includes 4 lighted, touch-sensitive drum pads, 128 drum and other percussion voices, 100 built-in songs to play along with and hand percussion mode adds realism to playing with hands Drumsticks are also included. Imported. Total Dimensions: 4Hx9-1/2Wx18-1/4D". Weight: 3-3/4 lbs. ... Read more

    Features

    • Digital reverb and chorus DSP effects built into voices
    • 4 lighted, touch-sensitive pads
    • 100 built-in songs to play along with
    • 128 assignable percussion voices

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good sounding drum machine.
    I bought the DD-35 machine last year, It has a great digital drum sound..I play it through my head phones along with my cd player.BUT!...be warned..This machine startes to short out after about six weeks of steady playing!..I returned it to the music store for another, several weeks later the same thing. Then I ordered one from amazon,I discovered the only way to over-come this problem was to remove the rubber drum pads and place them on a SEPARATE playing platform...that way the electronics don't take a banging and short out..I had to lenthen the wires from the drum machine to another playing board. but now it should last many years this way...Yamaha should design this machine with a separate playing surface.But all and all..a good sounding drum machine.So with all that being said..it really deserves only a couple stars.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice gift for a budding musician
    I bought this for my 18 year old brother who is learning to play the guitar, and I've gotten nothing but positive feedback from home where he and my other younger siblings have been having a good time learning to play the drums.

    I took 1 star away because I was hoping it could be used as a drum machine, but apparently it stores less than a minute of performance, making it inappropriate for a single person to play both the drums and guitar, and it has limited drum machine functionality. Still, it has a high fun to price ratio, and I was glad to give such a well appreciated gift.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the Fidgety Teen!
    I bought this Digital Drum for my fidgety 14 year old daughter. She is always beating on something, and I thought that she would really enjoy this! She did, and all of her friends want one now! I look forward to hearing her really get going on it! ... Read more


    7. Hart Dynamics Prodigy Electronic Drum Set
    by Hart Dynamics
    list price: $799.00
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    Asin: B0002D0IJ8
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Hart Dynamics
    Sales Rank: 1992
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    Product Description

    Hart Dynamics Prodigy Electronic Drum set has all the basic features of the renowned ACUPAD electronic sets. Features include KONTROL SCREEN heads and dynamic sensitive triggers. Hi-hat pad plus 12" (ECP12) and 14" (ECP14) ECYMBAL cymbals for crash and ride have gum rubber playing surfaces, for very quiet playing. Upright bass drum has great feel, triggering and accepts all single and double pedals. Bass Drum Pedal, Throne, and Drum Sound Module are not included. ... Read more


    8. Pacific Digital DX-100 DrumXtreme USB Digital Drum Kit
    by Pacific Digital
    list price: $199.99
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    Asin: B00009ETK4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Pacific Digital
    Sales Rank: 31412
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Keep the beat with the Pacific Digital DrumXtreme Digital USB Drum Set. This compact electronic drum system is great for established players or beginners with the included software tutorial and "tone effect" function. Features: rock, funk, jazz, hip-hop, dance, symphony, Latin settings and more; pads for snare, tom, hi-hat, crash symbol and ride symbol; choke capability for symbols; 9 trigger inputs for easy upgrading; 110 combinations of backing sound from 10 sound sets; software that is upgradeable via Internet; drumbeat game with 4 levels of difficulty and adjustable percussion sensibility for kids. Also includes 1 pair drumsticks, stand, CD for tutorial program and application software and cables with documentation. ... Read more

    Features

    • PC-based operation offers easy to follow video and software tutorials
    • Easy to assemble, complete "drum rack" makes an ideal drum teaching system; easily configures to optimum playing positions
    • Software upgradeable; requires smaller area than an acoustic drum set
    • Includes five 7.5-inch pads with sensitivity adjustment and 1 pedal
    • 110 drum instrument samples, 14 preset, user-configurable drum sound banks (create up to 99 total sound banks)

    Reviews (8)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good for what it is meant to do
    I always wanted to learn to play the drums and was really excited about electronic drum sets. I live in a condo, thin walls, where playing a drum is just not going to go over.

    But I was not able to afford the sets I saw online and at the music store. I could not figure out why the Pacific Digital set was so much cheaper until I realized it does not come with the computer hardware the other ones come with, and you have to use a computer hardrive you already have. Not a problem for me. the only problem is that I have sound drivers and software on my computer that are not compatible with what they sell you. So, I can't play the games that come with it. It still works for playing drums, though. The music they sell for you to play along with is stuff I have never heard in my life but I can't use it anyway so I guess that does not matter.

    Set up is simple if you read the instructions. It is solid, pieces are made out of real metal with a strong feel and a good finish, and the rubber pads are durable. The stand does not walk around, and the pads stay put reasonably well. You do have to tighten once in a while, and I am thinking about maybe putting some of that rubber drawer lining they sell now between theclamps and the metal rods to help them stay put.

    The lesson section on the CD was okay for the first two days, but then I was glad to get the Sandy Gennaro Ultimate Basic Drum Lesson DVD I had ordered as a back up. That guy is great!

    So, I will play with this for a while and have fun. If I really take to it and I think it is worth it, I will get a nicer set. In the meantime, it meets the need.

    3-0 out of 5 stars They're cheaper than practice pads that do nothing
    I am waiting for a house to be built so that I can play my accoustic drums. Let's face it, nothing is like real drums. I purchased a Yamaha DTX electronic set for a thousand bucks and sold them. My house is taking longer than expected so I looked into practice pads and found these things. Let me tell you, for 90 bucks or so they're not bad. The base pedal is very plastic and I know will break soon but overall I get my workout somewhat and they're just as robust as the Yamaha set. You can't find practice pads for under 100 bucks. So why not?

    1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely NO CUSTOMER SUPPORT
    Do not buy!!!!This item had potential.The rack mount is good and the setup was fairly easy but the lack of customer support from PD makes it almost useless.The interface software included with the kit is just plain awful!!!For the low price I wasn't expecting much, but believe me, I got even less than expected.

    1-0 out of 5 stars save up for real drums.
    i recently bought pacific digital's drumxtreme with all intentions of using this product as a beginner's tool.i hate to say that i am dissapointed with it though.for starts, the software that comes with it hardly works, meaning the "music game, etc." doesn't work, so therefore one cannot play along with music.all it basically does is let you bang on the drums and try to figure out things for yourself.so why not get real drums instead?this product promises a good beginner's experience but does not deliver it.the sound is not good quality, and the toms are barely audiable.not to mention that this model doesn't come with a hi hat pedal, leaving the beginner to use their arm - which complicates things in the beginning and could leave one frustrated.sure, there are other models that offer this, but for one who is on a budget and just looking to begin drums, this one seems like the best bet.i personally wish i would've kept my money and used it on real drums instead, which i am going to have to do now.so save yourself the trouble, if you want to begin - begin on real drums and get the real experience, dont be fooled by this product.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for parents to buy for children
    This great for kids who want a drum kit. Parents won't have to listen to the noise that a real wood drum set can make. For a professional, probably not a road worthy buy, but for a beginner and for the low price it is a good buy. All you need is a pc and it doesn't cost $1000 to $4500 dollars... ... Read more


    9. Yamaha DD55AD Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums with AC Adapter
    by Yamaha
    list price: $299.99
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    Asin: B00005K9CI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Yamaha
    Sales Rank: 24170
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With seven touch-sensitive pads, tempo control, and a hand percussion mode, the Yamaha DD55AD Drum Machine allows for expressive playing and creative control, even for the beginner. It features stereo speakers with a bass port and 174 percussion voices, assignable to any pad. Two assignable foot pedals are included for kick, hi-hat, and other voices.

    The Yamaha DD55AD includes 100 built-in rhythm styles to accompany playing, 50 programmed drum kits, and one user-programmable drum kit to store a favorite setup. Reverb and chorus DSP provide effects built into voices.The DD55AD is MIDI compatible for computer connectivity. If you need to practice in privacy, the DD55AD features a built-in headphone jack.

    It is powered by an included Yamaha PA5C power adapter or six optional D-cell batteries. The Yamaha DD55AD package contains two foot pedals and two drum sticks. Yamaha provides a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

    Features

    • Digital reverb and chorus DSP effects built into voices
    • MIDI compatibility
    • 7 touch-sensitive pads in authentic drum layout
    • 100 built-in rhythm styles
    • 174 assignable AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) percussion voices

    Reviews (10)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good tools - great for MIDI input...
    I bought this today on a whim after playing around with it for about 15 minutes at BJs... I have been looking for a digital kit to mess around with as I have no space or quiet in my apartment to practice.

    General feel - I have to agree with the acoustic drummers out there - the hi-hat is very difficult to control. It also seems to be limited in the number of voices that can be played on a sound at once - this may be a limitation of the machine itself, it may not affect a drum module being sent MIDI info. In an ttempt to eliminate MIDI 'noise' the machine dampens notes which are too quiet, but also apparently too close together. So that if you do not play with a firm hand when you tap the hat, the second bounce of the stick can kill the sound altogether (i.e. it won't continue playing the original note) In other words, depending on how rough you play, you may get some stutters occassionally - the alternative it drop-outs, as a few users noted - the pads are small, which is actually good. It means that in terms of practice, I have to pay a lot more attention to where I am hitting.

    What sold me on the item was the patch selection interface and controls. The sounds are typical sounds for a GS device - I think my sound canvas has about the same quality of sounds in its drum voice. The MIDI compatability is par - no aftertouch, but then again, these are drums. You can load a midi composition of your own to practice to, which is GREAT. If that aspect were beefed up, I could really get into this thing. I also found it was great to have a metronome available that was out of the recording loop - that is, if you are passing the MIDI onto another module for recording.

    Oh yeah, this would be a great starter kit and/or kids toy, although I think it would not be too good for young kids.

    Pros: Good sounds, good MIDI, good practice options.
    Cons: Stutters or dropped notes, quiet high hat in the default position with the default sound.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A fantastic compact drum kit, ready to be amped up!
    I received this product from Amazon a few days ago. I've already put it through it's paces and it holds up pretty well. One reviewer was commenting on amplifying the sound. I ran a standard 1/4 cord from the DD55 headphone jack, into an Alesis Quadreverb (I guess any pre-amp would work), and then plugged the Quardreverb into my Peavey Amplifier. BAM! Rock and Roll! Drums as loud as you can stand it. The sound quality is hard to judge coming through the small speakers embedded in the DD55. Even using a decent pair of headphones the sound quality improves dramatically. Through the Amplifier; forget about it. It sounds better than A LOT of drums I hear in concert.

    If I could make one adjustment, I would add more than one customizable set. There are over 200 great sounds in the DD55, so the number of unique kits you could create is vast. Yamaha does supply their premade kits. They are okay, but for instance, they have fantastic retro electronic drum sounds, but none of their premade kits use them. I don't want to "waste" my only custom set on a kit that I would use for just a novelty song.

    Overall it's a great purchase. I bought it just so I could take it to band practice, instead of lugging around my full size kit. You drummers out there know what I'm talking about. And now that I can amplify it, it does the job I need. No fuss, no muss. Finally, this is the best price I've seen; $40 less than Sam Ash or Musician's Friend.

    Eric Rollence

    4-0 out of 5 stars A lot of fun!
    I bought this as a gift for my 12 year old son.I think I've had as much fun with it as he has!Neither of us are "drummers" and I'm guessing that a serious drummer would probably have little use for this.BUT...it's definitely more than a "toy" and it's a heck of a lot of fun for the rest of us!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed Results
    My 2 cents... First, the sampled sounds are really quite good. If a closet drummer out there is looking for fun way to explore the drumming experience, then I would rate it 4 stars. However, as an acoustic drummer, several aspects of this kit really frustrated me:

    1) The Hi-hat sound is TOO soft. The sound of the stick hitting the rubber pad is as loud as the closed HH sound. It destroys the aesthetic. Of course, this is solved by running the system through an amp, but that defeats the notion of low volume jamming.

    2) The triggers aren't that "touch-sensitive". I believe the claim is 6 levels of volume sensitivity. In practice, I could reliably produce maybe 2 with sticks. I had slightly more control playing with fingers. However, the bigger issue is reliably generating any sound at all when striking the rubber pad. Even if it catches 19/20 strikes, it doesn't take very many misses to drive you crazy. Thus, playing live with this as your entire kit is all but impossible.

    3) As mentioned in another review, the foot triggers are tough to control with finesse.

    In my opinion, the very best use for this is as a rhythm teacher and advanced practice metronome. It comes packed with preset rhythm styles and associated synth music. One can vary the tempo for each style and drop/add the music and each voice of the rhythm groove separately. I like to listen to the machine with headphones while playing real drums to learn new styles and to practice rock-solid timing and syncopation. For this use, I give it 5 stars.

    4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT! Plug into an amp or pa and stand back!
    Almost everything about the dd55 is good. I wish they made these 30 years ago and I know I would be a better drummer. Any one who plays drums should have this machine, even if you own a huge set of acoustics. If your kid plays, you MUST have this machine, as he can learn more quickly, experience more diverse sounds, play with accompaniment, and play at a low volume level, which translates into more potential practice time, with less setup and hassle. Let's face it: acoustic drums are loud and obnoxious to most non drummers except when played along with other instruments. The dd55 snare sounds are great, the tom sounds are great, the kick sounds are great, hi hat great, ride and bell and other sounds are very good. Crash cymbals are weak, and too few. I would say with a few minor upgrades, this system could potentially become the "drums" of the future. I am in my 40's and played in bands years ago and know the "pain" of a huge set: set up, tuning, miking, sound check, tear down, hauling, cleaning, maintenance, and inconsistency of sound! (I always felt drummers should get bounus pay for all that!) My opinion for improvement: (1) better crash cymbal sounds. This is the only weakness I have found as the crash sounds are not rich and full, but rather sound short and a little "dirty".(2)at least 2 more "small" pads on theright side for bell and ride cymbal sounds. As it is now, if you want a 5 piece kit, you are limited to only 2 cymbal sounds other than hi hat. That means one crash, one ride, so what about a bell (cup), and a second crash, and even a cowbell, etc? To keep the unit small Yamaha could even make the cymbal pads a bit smaller if necessary. SUMMARY: I LOVE IT AND THINK THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF GREAT THINGS IN MODERN DRUMMING AND WILL MAKE DRUMMING A MORE ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE FOR FUTURE PERCUSSIONISTS! ... Read more


    10. Pintech Acoustech Electronic Piccolo Snare Drum, 3.5X14 Inches
    by Pintech
    list price: $319.00
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    Asin: B0002F7AFQ
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Pintech
    Sales Rank: 871
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    Product Description

    The AX14S dual zone snare is the perfectcompliment to Pintech√Ęs ConcertCast or any other electronic drum system. The AX14S snare features a chrome plated 14" piccolo size shell with 10 double lugs for precise tensioning and feel. ... Read more


    11. Pacific Digital DX-50 Drum Upgrade Kit
    by Pacific Digital
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B0000C20K1
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Pacific Digital
    Sales Rank: 40892
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    This upgrade kit for the DX-100 drum kit gives you an additional percussion pad and an additional foot pedal. The additional pad provides a customizable percussion trigger for sounds like toms or cow-bell. The pad can also act as a cymbal trigger providing sounds like ride, crash, splash, or china. The pedal acts as both a Hi-Hat open/close control and as a double bass pedal.

    What's in the Box
    DX-6 peadal, connecting rod, assembly pack, cables and user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • Pedal acts as double bass pedal
    • Upgrade for the DX-100 drum kit
    • Customizable percussion trigger
    • Customizable cymbal trigger
    • Hi-Hat open/close control

    12. Hart Dynamics Pro 6.4 6-Piece Electronic Drum Kit
    by Hart Dynamics
    list price: $4,399.00
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    Asin: B0002E2OEY
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Hart Dynamics
    Sales Rank: 4181
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    Product Description

    Pro 6.4 Electronic Drum Kit with new TE3.2 trigger system featuring dual trigger toms for use with supporting modules. Hart Professional series drumsets are simply the best built, most accurately triggering drumsets available. For those who prefer the look of a traditional acoustic set, it doesn't get any better than this. Hart Professional Series drums feature Hand Hammered Norez Steel shells manufactured to extremely accurate tolerances. Kontrol Screen drumheads are standard. Bass drum pedal and Module are not included. ... Read more

    Features

    • TE3 advanced trigger system
    • Hand-hammered chrome steel shells
    • Heavy-duty rubber Rim Trim on all drums for quiet playing
    • Cymbal Springs for crash cymbals
    • Kontrol Screen silent" heads

    13. Casio LD-50AD Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums with Guide Lights and AD-5 AC Adapter
    by Casio
    list price: $119.99
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    Asin: B000063XP1
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 52710
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    After pulling the Casio LD-50 out of the box, we were first impressed by the sleekness of design. The shape is reminiscent of a Flying V guitar. There are red rings around each of the four drum pads that, in synchro mode, light up when you hit a pad. In lesson mode the pad lights up to guide you in learning to play. Casio's Lighting Guide System can be turned off and also has a dual-light play mode that combines lesson and synchro modes.

    Casio has built into the LD-50 four sound-effects pads that can be changed to one of five different modes. The sound effects go from fun animal sounds to serious sci-fi and beat sounds. The LD-50 has 50 preset rhythms ranging from rock to jazz. These rhythms can be used for accompaniment as well as for interactive tutorials in lesson mode. You can assign each pad with one of 47 preset sounds. Casio has done some of the work for you and preselected nine different drum kits you can choose from to better suit your style of play.

    We were quickly able to access all of the functions, and the clear layout of the display made it easy to know what mode we were in. However, while going through all the features we felt the dial operation was a little awkward and sometimes it took two hands to scroll through the menus. The only mode that was hard to find was the touch response mode. The touch response feature allows you to change the sensitivity of the pads so that it takes a harder or softer strike to trigger it. After a quick consultation of the informative user's manual we were able to customize the LD-50 within minutes.

    This set is great for beginners and students. The synchro/start function allows you to trigger the beginning of a preset rhythm and tempo simply by starting to play. This limits stuttering starts and eliminates the user from having to wait for a good time to jump into the rhythm. The student or beginner will find that the LD-50 is lightweight and portable. It takes up very little room on the desk or tabletop. It has a built-in speaker with a maximum volume that is suitable for household use, but if you need extreme privacy you can plug in headphones. The LD-50 uses six AA batteries or an AD-5 AC adapter for power. The power adapter is not included.

    Casio's LD-50 has enough customizing features to make it a very flexible instrument. We spent a lot of time exploring the different rhythms and sounds. The LD-50 would be a good learning tool for any aspiring percussionist or a great addition for anyone looking to keep skills sharp. --Brian Vandiver

    Pros:

    • Lighting Guide System helps beginners improve skills
    • Lightweight and portable
    • Loaded with rhythms and sounds
    • Includes drumsticks
    • Headphone jack for privacy
    Cons:
    • Dial operation awkward
    • Two hands required for menu operation
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    Features

    • Includes drum sticks
    • Headphone jack for privacy
    • Lighting Guide System for easy learning
    • Lightweight and portable
    • Loaded with rhythms and sounds

    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for.
    I picked up an LD-50 at the local music store for $50.I don't think anyone would buy this expecting digitally sampled drum kits.But for $50 you can bang around and have a lot of fun.I have no sense of rhythm and 10 minutes on this thing has tightened up my timing considerably.

    Mine came without a manual.The Amazon reviewer mentioned how hard it was to find the touch sensitivity setting until he checked the manual....I sure wish he told us all how to access the sensitivity setting.

    IF ANYONE HAS ONE OF THESE AND CAN TELL ME HOW TO CHANGE THE SENSITIVITY LEVEL I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!!!

    Please e-mail the info to me at:
    a l t h o f f @ v e r i Z o n . n e t
    (delete all the spaces between the letters)

    I have to agree with Lori... Casio support is nearly non-existant.No way to e-mail them. Though they advertise having online manuals they do not have the LD-50 manual online.Call them and be prepared to wait on hold forever.

    Come on Casio...you guys were once the leaders in low cost consumer electronics...how about some customer support?

    3-0 out of 5 stars Customer service skips a beat
    The LD-50 is a great product . . . but the customer service from Casio just doesn't keep the beat. When using the web for technical support, the page on the company site simply says "page not found." When calling for customer service using a number found on the site, the caller calls one number, then is instructed by a non-native English speaker to call a second number, and then instructed to call a repair facility in New Jersey. When calling that number, if the phone queue is full, no matter the time of day, the caller will just be disconnected. So be careful: the purchaser will have difficulty obtaining any kind of information on his or her product. So this buyer recommends a purchase of an inexpensive instrument that can be repaired through a local music store where you and your music keep time. Don't mess with this company's so-called customer service. ... Read more


    14. Boss DR670 BOSS DR. RHYTHM W BASS SOUNDS
    by Boss
    list price: $345.00
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    Asin: B0002D05DM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Boss
    Sales Rank: 72929
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    Product Description

    BOSS DR RHYTHM W/BASS SOUNDS. Affordable drum machine with 256 superb-quality drum & percussion sounds. Velocity-sensitive pads permit very expressive ryhthm pattern programming. New bass part for programming bass lines using 16 different sounds. 200 versatile preset rhythm patterns & 200 user-programmable patterns. Fretboardstyle pad interface for easy programming of rhythm/bass lines. Direct Pattern Play function for triggering patterns "on the fly." ... Read more


    15. Top-of-the-line Boss Dr. Rhythm Drum Machine
    by BOSS
    list price: $495.00
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    Asin: B0002D01HC
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: BOSS
    Sales Rank: 7643
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    Product Description

    Top-of-the-line compact hythm machine with 400 preset patterns - Rock, Pop, Jazz, Latin, World, Standard & more. 400 User program memories. 255 high-quality drum & percussion sounds. 64 preset drum kits & 64 user-programmable kits. Reverb, Flange, & EQ control. Assignable pedal switch allows Start/Stop, Forward, Rewind, etc. Direct Pattern Play for instant pattern playback by pressing a single pad. 10,000 pattern memory onboard. Ambience control permits 16 settings for overall drum sound (Stadium, Live House, etc.) Quick Search for quick pattern location by musical genre. ... Read more


    16. Pintech Hyperhat Hi-Hat Controller
    by Pintech
    list price: $208.00
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    Asin: B0002F749I
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Pintech
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    Product Description

    The Pintech HH-10 Hyper-Hat professional hi-hat pedal is designed to have the look, feel, and durability of conventional acoustic high hat pedals. The HH-10 is the first reasonably priced electronic hi-hat controller designed to interface with all popular modules that occupy a footswitch input which has a hi-hat function for the footswitch. This will commonly support switch type features such as Open, Closing, Closed, Foot Click, and Heel Splash sounds. The heavy-duty switch sensor provides even response, as well as maximum reliability for the drummer. The HH-10 Hyper-Hat is based on a proven legless hi-hat design, that can be adjusted for both hi-hat foot travel and spring tension with the use of a conventional high hat clutch design. This allows more comfort for the drummer and less foot and leg fatigue. A stabilizing foot plate with chrome adjustable floor spike anchors and aggressive aircraft grade carpet lock fasteners hold the Hyper-Hat firmly to the drummer√Ęs carpet. Proprietary die cut rubber guards are attached to the bottom of the stabilizing foot plate for extra stability on non-carpeted stages and studio playing areas. ... Read more

    Features

    • Conventional High Hat design and feel
    • Velocity Control
    • Adjustable pedal board travel and tension
    • Carpet Lock fasteners and adjustable floor spike anchors for extra stability
    • Compatible with most popular drum trigger modules

    17. ddrum System SE Electronic Drum Set
    by ddrum
    list price: $3,599.00
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    Asin: B0002E36SC
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: ddrum
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    Product Description

    Its compact design, real feel, and the versatility of cast precision pads make this an amazing system. 1,000 steps of dynamics and the trigger-pad interface have unparalleled speed and precision. Aquarian springs under the cymbals, mesh heads, and rubber guards on rims make this set a joy to play. True two-zone cymbals offer both bell and ride and are fully chokeable. Cymbal and hi-hat pads have the right 'metal feel." Extensive Signature Edition sound library offers hundreds of individual drum and percussion sounds including sounds from Kenny Aronoff, Dennis Chambers, Simon Phillips. More are available for free downloading. Includes the ddrum4 brain, five cast precision pads, two cast cymbals, and cast hi-hat. Also includes a heavy-duty, chromed-steel rack stand with a well-secured snare basket and holders for pads, cymbals, and brain. Kick pedal and hi-hat stand not included. ... Read more

    Features

    • The ddrum hardware basically consists of two parts: the sound module, the brain (sound module) and the controllers (pads, cymbals, Triggers etc.).
    • A special multi-sample playback engine has been developed to reproduce drum sounds more naturally than ever before
    • You are able to change individual instruments with just one touch - without having to change a complete Kit setup
    • With a large memory capacity, compact design, incomparable triggering response, and superb sound reproduction, the ddrum4 SE qualifies as one of the most ideal and useful digital percussion systems in the world

    18. Pulse Red Hot Five-Piece Trigger Pack
    by Pulse
    list price: $99.99
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    Asin: B0002F5IUA
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Pulse
    Sales Rank: 9255
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    Product Description

    Grab this five-pack of removable Red Hots and realize red-hot savings over the single price. ... Read more


    19. Hart Dynamics Giga-Pro Electronic Drum Set
    by Hart Dynamics
    list price: $3,499.00
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    Asin: B0002F6KK2
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Hart Dynamics
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    Product Description

    The smart choice for the Professional Drummer or Serious Enthusiast that will except nothing less than the best. The Giga-Pro drum set with Kontrol Screen mesh heads features the Hartware stainless steel, heavy-duty rack system with forged-steel clamps, heavy-duty upright ACUPAD TE3.2 bass drum, dual trigger toms, dual trigger snare, ECYMBAL II acoustic-style electronic cymbals with chokable crashes, dual-trigger ride, and gum rubber on 1/3 of hi-hat and ride playing surfaces. Bass drum pedal and Module are not included. ... Read more


    20. Ion iDP01 (2) Drum Pad Expansion Kit with Mounting Hardware
    by Ion
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007X7VXY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Ion
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    Features

    • iDP01Drum Pad Expansion Kit
    • Mounting hardware included

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