I hope it lives up to the description. Image 5 of 6 The RHH hi-hat pad mounts on a normal hat stand. DTXtreme iis module, rack, hi hat on stand, snare on stand, 2 x crash, 1 x ride, kick. I’m going to see him on Saturday and check it out. Image 2 of 6 The five-pad, three-‘cymbal’ and hi-hat array looks very proper.

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This item is in good condition. And a fair percentage of users will probably only ever use the kit in a fixed location for practice purposes. This alone is enough to arouse interest from those considering a kit for live use. Any specific questions to ask, do you think? Image 6 of 6 The brain uses a bit AWM2 tone generator.

All of the pads and cymbals which are 3 zone are utilized so there is no compromise in lack of sound that set can produce. There seems to be a base of fans who hold the opinion that this one of “the kits” to have and it still holds up today.

I do not have any Yamaha mounting hardware for the triggers though; I kept all that for my own kit. I’ve repaired several Roland pad triggers but never got around to trying to fix this one.

Has all the tone and vibes you’d expect from a high-end electronic drum set. They go for at least 2x 3x that, normally.

It’s great for workaday tasks – practice, rehearsals, songwriting surely the most common uses for such set-ups – but lacks that magic sparkle to make it really special.


I was hoping to canvass some opinion on whether or not you think this kit is still worth buying some ten years after it was issued. Assessing the quality of electronic drum sounds is an area fraught with difficulty – it is obviously subjective, and influenced by the fact that sounds can be tweaked to alter them far beyond their original state.


Please read our VDrum. It says good condition I know, I know and the pictures back this statement up. What would you think of buying it for the hardware and upgrading the module? I am trying to get a handle on how to maximise my budget and it is coming down to two options: Electro, If there were any triggering issues in any of the pad zones, at what point would the kit stop being viable, in your opinion?

The Xtreme sound module is home to more than 2, voices, created by a bit AWM2 tone generator and organised into 90 factory preset drum kits 40 user programmable kits are also available. Then there’s a mass of ethnic percussion sounds covering all manner of world music dtxtremd from Latin and Indian to Japanese flavours. If you dtstreme any other issues, or cannot sign in, please visit our Forum Talk Section for common remedies.

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If this is your first visit, you will have to register before you can post or view specific content. Although it might not excite much in terms of sounds, and the disappointing hi-hat response lets it down, the big DTX already has dtxtremr legion of fans for whom it meets demands perfectly.


I’m going to see him on Saturday and check it out.

Each of the cables that run between pads and head is clearly labelled, and a plastic ‘cable snake’ in which to stow all the wiring is also dttreme to tidy things up. The cymbal triggers fine and has a choke feature. Originally posted by electrodrummer View Post.

So, my questions are: Purchased when new, never gigged with, lightly used for solo practice, and packed away Originally posted by MS View Post. Leaving opinions about rubber pads versus mesh heads to one side for the moment, the five-pad, three-‘cymbal’ and hi-hat array looks very proper.

On top of the basic sonic capabilities, the device also acts as a sampler with 8Mb of memory on-board and a two-track sequencer. All knobs and buttons work. Despite being bits modules set sounds massive.