Roland PD-8 V-Drum Stereo Rubber Pad

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Stereo Electric Drum Pad

The PD-8 rubber pad has the dual trigger capability for head / rimshot and tail / rim sounds with the TD-6V module. Its specially developed rubber surface provides an excellent playing feel. It is particularly suitable as a Tom or HiHat pad in combination with the TD-6V Percussion Sound Module.

  • Rubber pads
  • With dual trigger for center / rimshot
Available since May 2004
Item number 167889
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Mesh Head Pads No
Stereo Pads Yes
Size Of Pads 8"
$88
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Durable drum pad
Jon K. 04.03.2015
I've had 8 years of use from my Roland drum pad. I use it through a Alesis drum brain as a kick drum for an acc duo. It's still going strong after being kicked hard at so many gigs. I can't fault it's design or durability except that the jack lead seems to be starting to fall out mid gig recently, I solved this with a bit of sticky tape so rock on the next 8 years.
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Perfect for the price
Adrian2323 22.12.2020
Great pad, but must have a Roland module. I tried it with the Millennium module, it doesn't respond so well
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Roland PD-8 V-Drum Rubber Pad
Robert814 19.10.2020
The first thing I noticed when setting this up was the superb quality! I know there are loyal Roland fans of all things Roland (guitar pedals, keyboards), but this really made an impression. The feel is just right, with natural stick bounce and no physical noise from the hits - only the electronic triggering. The touch sensitive (hit sensitive) action is every bit as good as hoped for. It feels like a real drum should. The "stereo" is not truly stereo in the usual sense - they could have called it dual channel for skin and rimshots. The rim feels slightly odd being rubber instead of metal, but that's only a minor point. (sticks last longer!). I also tried this with the EH Space Drum pedal, not being sure if this would work with a true analogue device, but it works just fine, and is touch/hit sensitive even with this! (I can play "Cheap Sunglasses" now!). Thoroughly recommended!
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Roland PD-8 V-Drum Stereo Rubber Pad
Anonymous 01.10.2014
I purchased the Roland PD-8 V-Drum Stereo Rubber Pad to extend my Roland SPD-30. I have used it as a hi-hat pad and a crash pad but you can assign it has any kind of drum/pad. The pad is pretty standard and has two trigger zones. There are better pads out there and pads shaped like cymbals but this one worked perfectly for my needs.

I recommend it.
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