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Hart Dynamics Pro 6.4 HH TE3.2 Electronic Drum Set
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Hart Professional Series drums are among the best-looking, best built, and most accurately triggering electronic drums available. The Pro 6.4 is a fu...Click To Read More About This Product
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A quality electronic kit with an acoustic kit look and feel.
Hart Professional Series drums are among the best-looking, best built, and most accurately triggering electronic drums available. The Pro 6.4 is a full kit with 4 toms, complete except for the module and kick pedal. It's ready to play right out of the box and is compatible with virtually any module.
Hart's TE3.2 (Transparent Energy Transfer) trigger technology allows the drum to respond like an acoustic drum without the volume. Unsurpassed sensitivity and dynamic range, without the "spongy" or "tennis racket" feel common to electronic drum pads.
The Pro 6.4 rack is built strong for tour use. Stainless steel tubing, hardened aluminum clamps, and riveted hardware make it totally stable and extremely durable. The drums look like drums. They have hammered chrome steel shells, Kontrol Screen Magnum "silent mesh" heads, triple-plate chrome steel rims with removable rubber rim trim on all but the kick, and TE3 triggers set the standard for accuracy.
The Pro 6.4 bass drum feels acoustic and accepts all single and double pedals.
Ecymbal II polymer crash/splash, rides, and hi-hats look, play, and move much like their acoustic cousins. Hat and ride cymbals have an area of rubber surface for quiet play, and a metal surface area for true cymbal feel. The Crash has full choke function. The Pro 6.4's Epedal II hat-hat stand is unmatched for closed/open accuracy, adjustability, and durability.
Components include stainless steel rack, 13" dual trigger snare with heavy-duty stand, 2 - 10" toms, 2- 12" toms, 13" kick, 16" ride, 12" hi-hats with Epedal II hi-hat stand, 12" and 14" poly crash with choke in a brilliant finish, universal module mount, and all required clamps and cables.
TE3.2 advanced trigger system
Professional 13" dual trigger snare with position sensing
Hand-hammered chrome steel shell
Dual-trigger toms and bass drum with chrome finish
Heavy-duty rubber rim trim on all drums for quiet playing
Kontrol Screen Magnum "silent mesh" drum heads
2-10" toms, 2-12" toms, 13" kick
Ecymbal II bronze metal 16" ride and 12" hi-hat with brilliant finish (play on rubber surface for quiet play or metal for exact acoustic feel)
Dual-trigger ride with position sensing
Ecymbal II 12" and 14" poly crash with choke (brilliant finish)
Cymbal springs for crash cymbals and ride
Stainless steel rack tubing
Hardened cast aluminum clamps
Heavy-duty snare stand
Epedal II hi-hat stand
Includes all cables
Universal module mount (module not included)
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I had been looking in to getting an electronic kit for some time now, and through my searches, I found this kit here. It's somewhat surprising that these sets don't get more credit or recognition, as they are just as good, if not better, than the Roland kits of the same quality.The first thing that caught my eye, honestly, was price. For around $3000, that's a steal any way you slice it. You can expect to pay $5000 for a V-Kit, and for what? The Roland name. This set plays just as well as the nicest V-Kit, and is way cheaper.Secondly, this set looks and feels pretty real. The cymbals come available with choke, which is really cool, and each cymbal is set up with springs which makes them react like the real thing. The plastic ones feel kind of strange to hit just because it doesn't feel like you should be hitting something made of plastic, but they're pretty nice.There are only a few complaints I have, and it's mostly personal preferance. I don't like the hi-hat stand very much, as it's three legs are kind of bulky. I decided not to use it when I first set the kit up, but once I put the module together, I realized that I needed it because it has a plug on the bottom of it, which is used to be able to open and close the hats at will. Also, the rack was kind of a pain to set up, just because there was so much of it, but there's a diagram that shows what to do, and it's pretty easy to figure out. The clamps are a bit annoying: if you don't set them up right, you run the risk of the clamp giving out and opening, dropping whatever's connected. Other than that, the set works very well and I'm glad I picked it up. When hooked up with a TD-20, this thing is KILLER.So in terms of quality, pricing, and features, you can't beat the Hart. Three cymbals, hats, and a 6-piece kit for $3200? How can you lose? Don't fool around with the rest. Get the best.
I have never liked electronics drums before I played this kit with a Roland TD-20 module. It's freaking awesome! I gig with this kit and it has never let me down. You get a professional sound with a professional look. I give the quality of drums and hardware a 10. If you buy this kit make sure you get the TD-20 module.
- Better sensitivity than Roland V Drums
- It's simple buy the Hart Dynamics.
- Much better quality than any competitor
- Any. Professional gigs. Church. Home.
I have had Roland's best and none compared to Hart Dynamics. I have upgraded to the Hart Dynamics hammered 13" snare, 10" & 12" toms and 13" kick. The Hart pads have superior quality, sensitivity and all around quality. It is simple, if you want the best your money can buy you, buy Hart Dynamics. The hand hammered chrome are more beautiful in person than any picture you see online. They are extremely heavy duty well made drums. I purchased all of my Hart Dynamics Hand Hammered toms used and they cleaned up to like New condition. They play amazingly. I also have Alesis Surge eCymbals and really like them.