Roland TD-1DMK V-Drum Set

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E-Drum Set

  • Entry-level model into the world of Roland V-Drums
  • TD-1 Drum module with 15 drum kits
  • 15 Songs
  • 10 Coaching functions
  • Metronome
  • 3.5mm Stereo Jack Mix In
  • 3.5 mm Stereo jack headphone and line output
  • USB for MIDI connections
  • Multi-pin plug for pads
  • Optimized pedals for low-noise game
  • Required surface area approx: 120 x 80 cm
  • Includes drum rack, cabling and drum key

Set Configuration:

  • 1x PDX-8 Stereo Mesh Head Snare Pad
  • 3x PDX-6A Mono Mesh Head Tom Pads
  • 1x Crash pad with stop function
  • 1x Ride pad with stop function
  • 1x Hi-hat pad
  • 1x Kick pad
  • 1x Hi-hat pedal
available since September 2018
Item number 447336
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Incl. Rack Yes
Incl. Throne No
Incl. Footpedal No
Incl. Headphone No
Mesh Head Pads Yes
Pads (Stereo) Yes
Number of Direct Outs 0
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DG
Small and so much fun + COOL FEATURE
Dan Graves 14.03.2022
I was a brand new drummer when I received these for my birthday, and they're great. They're Roland, so they're not inexpensive, but given the entire range they sit at a real nice mix of features for price.
PROS: easy to move all the bits around and get them exactly where you want them. There's a very simple panel that seems overly simplified but actually lets you do anything you need to quickly. There's lots of configurability if you long press the metronome button - you can do a lot wit this.
CONS: The only two issues I have with the kit are a) getting the snare high enough on the kit - you kind of have to get used to playing it lower. and b) there's a lot of "crossover" between the different items. If you're hitting the snare or the toms, you'll often hear the crash getting triggered lightly as well. It could be that I haven't dialed in the sensitivity, but it's not enough of a pain for me to have bothered trying to fix it, so not that bad.
There's one really COOL FEATURE I've found that I try to tell everyone about(I didn't see it in the documentation): If you want the bell sound from the ride cymbal, you have to hit the ride in a specific area really hard....but there's a better way - if you hit the hard plastic part with the side of your stick like you would on an acoustic kit, it triggers the bell every time. I just think that's cool.
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You'll improve your time & your grooves a LOT (but not your "power")
Reminiscence 20.08.2020
Time used: a few months
Pros:
• It has never been easier for me to practice with a metronome (I literally press one button and off I go). I can play any time during the day for as long as I want, so I've also been able to practice MUCH more. So to me, this kit makes a HUGE difference to my playing!! (I(ve used practice pads but they get boring much quicker as they don't allow you to hear the grooves that you have in your head and you need some external metronome).

• SUPER simple interface with only what you need: sound changes, tempo change and volume.
• Very clean (no cable mess!!) when you attach the cables to the bars with the provided clippers.
• Enough different good sounds to find one that works well for you (for me: a dry high-pitched snare, a loud metal snare and a dry low-pitched one)

Cons:
• Like any other e-kit, the feeling won't be the same as on real drums, and you won't be able to work on your volume and strength.
• Volume-wise, even maxed out, you will probably still hear the hitting sound of your sticks, which a friend of mine disliked when he tried the kit. I personally WANT to hear my "real" hits to make sure any delay comes from MY playing (which it always does.)
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aa
If you want to start drumming, this is your drum set
an aspiring musician friend 01.05.2021
Great drum set for the buck if you are an aspiring drummer who wants to start learning percussion and probably lives in an apartment.

These drums have amazing build quality, the rack being super solid and however quite lite. You can set up the positions of your snare, toms, hi-hat and cymbals pretty much however you like them to be since they are not quite large and can be put close together.

The drum module is simple and intuitive, having various presents, a click track option, coach functions and even some sample songs you can play along with.

However, I prefer using them together with Addictive Drums 2 through my laptop and playing them in the headphones through my external audio interface. The drums have absolutely no latency in this setup and the software lets you chose from a large library of sounds. It even simulates the way a real drum set is miked. So, if you look to the mixer and hit for eg. the snare, you can see the the overhead and room mics that are simulated are also picking up the sound and even the tom mics do so.

The drum pads are quite responsive and the feeling is pretty great. Of course, you do not get the exact feedback you would have from an acoustic set, but it's something.
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Great 1st kit / backup to acoustic kit
Thanks, I like to play 28.03.2022
It’s good for practicing when you need to keep the noise down.
The built in sounds are ok.
It would be perfect for 1st time learner.
Is not comparable to real kit.
It works ok as input to digital audio software where you can replace sounds with plug ins (I used Reaper + Addictive Drums)
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