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Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit   

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A superior kit from the masters of the most natural-playing and expressive electronic drums on the planet.

For over a decade, Roland's revolutionary V-Drums have lead the industry in expressive sound quality and incredible playability. With the introduction of the SuperNATURAL-powered TD-30K V-Pro Series, the electronic drum set reaches a new pinnacle in drumming performance. SuperNATURAL sounds with Behavior Modeling, along with advanced sensing technology, provides a new level of expressive sound quality and playability, resulting in an instrument that reacts and responds to all the subtleties, nuances, and dynamics of a drummer's technique. In addition, USB audio-playback functionality has been added to expand the performance palette. For the stage or for professional recording, the new V-Pro is truly a complete and natural drumming experience.

TD-30 Drum Sound Module with SuperNATURAL Sounds
Powered by SuperNATURAL sounds and Behavior Modeling, the TD-30KV offers superior sound quality and natural response. From rim shots, rolls, flams, even ghost notes on the snare to dramatic crash hits and sustained cymbal swells, every nuance is accurate and smooth. For spatial depth, a dedicated Ambience fader gives you immediate control over lush room ambience and overhead-microphone simulation.

Immense Know-how and Advanced Sensing Technology
The 12-inch PD-125BK mesh V-Pad for snare drum features Roland's amazing dual-triggering technology, resulting in accurate and even sensing between the head and rim. The PDX-100 10-inch mesh head V-Pad for toms provides a dual-mount option for increased setup versatility.

Natural Triggering with Double Pedal Support
The KD-120BK 12-inch V-Kick Trigger Pad offers fast, natural kick-drum triggering and is compatible with double bass pedals (sold separately). The head tension can be adjusted to get the right feel, and the legs feature rubber tips with hidden spikes that can be pointed downward for more stability.

*Kick pedal not included.

V-Hi-Hat for Realistic Feel
With eyes closed, drummers will think they're playing a regular two-piece hi-hat. But examine the innovative VH-11 floating hi-hat, and you'll see that it's actually comprised of one floating cymbal pad atop a fixed lower base. Great for fast setup and easy transport, the VH-11 mounts on conventional hi-hat stands, and provides a similar playing feel to a two-piece hi-hat.

*Hi-hat stand not included.

V-Cymbals for Crash and Ride
With optimized weight-balance and sensitivity, the V-Cymbal Crash provides accurate triggering and a natural swinging motion and for consistent crash performance, including choke control. The enlarged bow area of the V-Cymbal Ride enhances the playing feel, with accurate three-way triggering for edge, bow, and bell.

Compact, Solid Drum Stand
The MDS-12V drum rack has been specifically designed for the TD-30K. It provides flexible ball clamps for snare and toms, boom/straight options for the cymbal arms, and an internal cable management system for a clean professional look.

FEATURES
  • Flagship V-Drums with advanced sensing technology and SuperNATURAL sounds
  • Expressive and accurate playability produced by Behavior Modeling
  • Professional V-Edit mode for customizing sounds
  • Dedicated "Ambience" fader with new room-ambience and overhead-mic simulation
  • Compact, solid drum stand (MDS-12V) for professional studio requirements
  • USB memory port for data backup and audio playback (WAV/MP3)
  • Separate USB-MIDI port for computer connectivity

The Dawn of SuperNATURAL-Powered V-Drum. Play, Feel, Believe. Order today!

SPECIFICATIONS

TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit

  • Kit Configuration
    Drum Sound Module: TD-30 x 1
    V-Kick: KD-120BK x 1
    V-Pad (Snare): PD-125BK x 1
    V-Pad (Tom): PDX-100 x 3
    V-Hi-Hat: VH-11 x 1
    V-Cymbal Crash: CY-12C x 1
    V-Cymbal Ride (for crash): CY-13R x 1
    V-Cymbal Ride: CY-15R x 1
    Drum Stand: MDS-12V x 1 (included in U.S.)
    Other
    Extra Trigger Input Jack: 5 (TOM4, AUX1 - AUX4)
    Accessories: Setup Guide
    Options (sold separately):
    Cymbal Mount: MDY Series, Pad Mount: MDH Series, Personal Drum Monitor: PM-30/PM-10, V-Drums Accessory Package: DAP-3, V-Drums Mat: TDM-20

    Size and Weight
    Width: 59 1/16in (1,500mm)
    Depth: 47 1/4in (1,200mm)
    Height: 49 1/4 (1,250mm)
    Weight: 86 lbs. (39kg)
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RolandTD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit
 
4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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Pros

  • Great sound (5)
  • Responsive (5)
  • Versatile (5)
  • Sensitive (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Small venues (4)
  • Jazz clubs (3)
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5.0

These are special

By Grego

from Cincinnati

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Great Sound
  • Huge Tone
  • Responsive
  • Sensitive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • Jazz Clubs
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit:

    I've been playing for almost 50 years... mostly acoustic, but also have a low end set of Hart Dynamics. The Roland's are more responsive than anything I've ever played... acoustic or electric. The individual instrument volume controls rock and though the module can do anything but dance; the set is still plug and play friendly if you don't want to spend your life with your nose buried in the manual. Positioning of the pads and cymbals is pretty much infinite and there is zero cross-talk. I planned to swap the Roland Cymbals out for my Alesis cymbals but the Roland's are so responsive and feel so good, there's no need. Only minor issue is the bass drum plate is too far off of the floor for either my Pearl single or double DW pedals... when you tighten the pedal down it will lift it off the floor. I had to make a filler block as I can't see any way to adjust it.

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    4.0

    Very good quality

    By MadisonDURR

    from Dothan AL

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Great Sound
    • Responsive
    • Sensitive
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Rack parts

    Best Uses

    • Jazz Clubs
    • Practice kit
    • School Bands
    • Small Venues
    • Soundtracks

    Comments about Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit:

    I've been wanting an E kit for a while now for quieter and easier band practices. The TD30 sold this kit for me I really like the options for expansion and now that I've fooled around on it enough the amount of detail is almost overwhelming in a good way. If you can't find the sound you're looking for id say it doesn't exist. The vdrums feel great. They're really responsive and even tune able to get the right feel. The cymbals are ok they don't feel as natural but they are pretty quiet which is a plus for me being in an apartment. I am however kinda disappointed in the rack that it comes with, it's cool that the cables are kept inside it but it doesn't match the kit in quality. It has lots of plastic parts and doesn't come with enough memory locks for all the components which is very annoying. It's not terrible by any means but for the price of this kit it feels a little unfair. Overall, it's awesome, really sweet playing, and if you got the money spend it you won't regret it.

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    5.0

    Great kit

    By Sinnerkat

    from NYC, NC, detroit

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Great Sound
    • Huge Tone
    • Responsive
    • Sensitive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jazz Clubs
      • School Bands
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit:

      This thing is amazing. The design is very well made. The sound and triggers work great! This is the best purchase I made all year.

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      5.0

      Almost like the real thing!

      By Chris F

      from Myrtle Beach, SC

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Great Sound
      • Responsive
      • Sensitive
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Pads Are A Bit Small

      Best Uses

      • Playing At Home
      • Small Venues
      • Soundtracks
      • Studio

      Comments about Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit:

      I have played drums for over 30 years now, which includes a college degree in percussion, and have only recently ventured into the world of electronic drums. In doing my research, I found that there were fans of both Roland and Yamaha. Both were quite vocal about their favorite being the best. Like me, you will have to decide which brand to choose.

      I chose Roland because regardless of it being the TD-30Ks or the TD-30KVs, the module is the same. I felt that by getting the same module in my set for $3k less created some value. Also, Roland's electronic drum sets had a great reputation, and favorable reviews. So, Roland it was.
      However, by not stepping up and purchasing the KVs, I was concerned with what I would be losing. In my opinion, it comes down to four things:

      1. Size of pads
      2. Response of the pads
      3. Feel of the hi-hat
      4. Appearance

      Regarding #1, the snare pad is 12", as is the bass drum pad, and the tom pads are 10". Obviously, smaller than the KVs and even more so than real drums. While I have them spaced in such a way that resembles my acoustic kit, I will say they are still quite small, and after playing them for some time, there is now an awkwardness when going back to an acoustic set. All in all, I do wish each pad was about another two inches in diameter. This would especially help when you are going around the kit, and it takes some time to make the adjustment.
      As for #2, I do not feel I have lost much with the Ks, though I cannot compare them to the KVs. The drum pads are very responsive, and are dynamically solid. There is no delay when you hit a pad, and the nuances that you would get from an acoustic drum in terms of power and speed are replicated well. As an analogy, if an acoustic drum has 10 levels of volume, then these pads have about 6 or 7 levels.
      When it comes to #3, you could say the cymbals in general are the weakest part of the set, but I think this is true for all electronic kits, and is probably where the KVs separate themselves from the Ks. The hi-hat is my favorite piece of the drum set, and what you get here is a fairly good sound, but with weak response. Some of the effects I am accustomed to with a real hi-hat just can't be replicated on the VH-11, especially when using the edge. If you are like me and are a big fan of the hi-hat, you will be a little disappointed here.
      #4 is the most obvious difference, and the pictures show you what you need to know.

      I bought this set primarily because of issues with volume; that is, not being able to play an acoustic set in my home. Also, I think this set is more conducive because it takes up less space, and is easier to move, clean around, etc. More importantly, I think it does an outstanding job of giving me the feel of drums. Like most "old school" drummers, the mere idea of playing an electronic set was out of the question. But I think the key here is not to make the comparison at all, but focus on finding an electronic kit that still gives you the feel of playing drums. When playing these, I still feel like a drummer.

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      5.0

      Exceptional drum kit

      By CMCC1234

      from KC, Mo

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      Pros

      • Great Sound
      • Responsive
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Roland TD-30K V-Pro Series Electronic Drum Kit:

          It took me several years to move from acoustic to electronic drums and the Roland TD 30K did not disappoint. The kit is very easy to set up and comes with all the cables pre-wired through the drum rack. The heads are sensitive and can take a good hit. I spent a lot of time researching this and other kits before making the move. This product exceeded my expectations with regard to how the heads respond, sturdiness of the rack, sound and ease in setting up. Now I can practice whenever I want without waking the neighbors or kids. Worth every penny!

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