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Roland TD-6SW V-Tour Electronic Drum Set
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With the TD-6SW V-Tour Electronic Drum Set, Roland has upgraded one of its most popular kits. Features include an improved 10" mesh snare pad, gum ru...Click To Read More About This Product
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Over 1,200 sounds plus upgraded pads and cymbals.
With the TD-6SW V-Tour Electronic Drum Set, Roland has upgraded one of its most popular kits. Features include an improved 10" mesh snare pad, gum rubber pads with dual triggering, improved vertical kick trigger, and more.
The heart of the TD-6S is the TD-6V Percussion Sound Module. Going beyond the flash black look and cool blue LCD screen, this 64-voice module is loaded with 1,024 of Roland's best drum and percussion sounds and 262 backing instruments. Kits and patterns arm you to play the latest music styles. Dual-trigger tom inputs permit rim shots and greater expressiveness. Big, luminous buttons make easy programming and playing on darkened stages.
Upgraded pads and cymbals
The electronic drum set includes Roland's popular PD-X8 mesh V-Pad with dual-triggering capability for playing separate snare and rim sounds. For the toms, the PD-8 rubber pads with dual-trigger support let you play rim shots. The PD-8 is also used for the hi-hat to produce expressive bow/edge sounds. The CY-8 cymbals offer swinging motion with great response, separate bow/edge triggering, and choke capabilities. Their look and feel closely resemble acoustic cymbals.
Upright kick trigger
The KD-8 Kick Trigger Pad's vertical design not only gives you great feel compared to reverse-type triggers, but it also reduces trembling so you get nothing but solid kick sounds. The KD-8 will even accommodate double bass pedals.
Ultrasensitive hi-hat control
The FD-8 Hi-Hat Controller gives you more authentic sound with smooth transitions between open and closed.
MDS-3C drum set stand package
This MDS-3C package contains the entire drum set stand for the TD-6SW Electronic Drums, which contains the drum set rack, the clamps and arms for the pads and the cymbals, and the mounting plate that attaches to the bottom of the percussion module.
- Affordable V-Drums set based on updated TD-6V Percussion Sound Module
- Mesh pad for snare drum
- Rubber pads and cymbals
- Vertical kick trigger and new hi-hat controller
- TD-6V offers 1,024 drum and percussion sounds with kits and backing patterns
- Improved PDX-8 10" mesh V-Pad for snare drum supports separate head/rim triggering
- 3X PD-8 dual-trigger rubber pads for playing rim shots on toms and bow/edge sounds on hi-hat
- Improved CY-5 hi-hat cymbal with swing action and wide playing surface
- 2X CY-8 Cymbal Pads with "swinging" motion and realistic cymbal "chokes"
- KD-8 Kick Trigger with vertical design for natural feel and double bass pedal compatibility
- FD-8 Hi-Hat Controller allows for smooth hi-hat sounds from open to closed
- Drum set rack
- Clamps and arms for the pads and the cymbals
- Mounting plate that attaches to the bottom of the TD-6V percussion module
Reviewed by 5 customers
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This kit is awesome! I am sooo addicted to it. If you are looking for a reasonably priced e drum kit, this is it. The TD-6 module is great for the beginning drummer. I have had a couple of c-clamps and the module clamp break on me - don't over tighten these in a warm environment because when it cools down, that's when they seem to want to break- these should have been made of metal or at least a stronger more reinforced plastic. You may want to have an extra c-clamp on hand. Roland's customer service is great!, just try to get the persons direct line you are dealing with so contact is much easier.
Ive had my kit for well over a year now, and have had a great time with it. Ive used it in the studio as well as live gigging. In both cases I used my real cymbals ( my choice ) not because the Roland cymbals dont sound good because they do sound quite good, especially in a mix. The mesh snare is great, very responsive. The dual triggers are a great addition. being able to have a chinese cymbal on the ride triggers rim opens the kit up to options. Ive never had a problem with the kit..in and out of cars ect..no problems.
I recently got this drum set and I love it. I am a well rounded musician, playing piano, guitar (electric and acoustic), bass, didgeridoo, flute, and now I'm teaching myself drums. I love the sounds it has preloaded. I love the light-weight build, its pretty simple to put together. it seems like it would be pretty good for like electron or techno or hiphop but I plan on getting some good metal/hardcore use out of it with the addition of more heads and cymbals.
This is my first E-kit. The snare feels great, and the cymbals are accurate. I do have two complaints, one is the rubber tom pads, but you don't get those for this price so it's not a big deal. The other is that the rack is no where near as flexible as I would like it to be. I like to have my toms centered around my snare not shift way left like most people (I'm left handed so it's backwards). I could do that but it leaves the hi hat way out of reach. But perhaps if I keep toying with it I'll find a position that works. Other than that the kit sounds amazing and it has tons of sounds. I found a kit I really liked except for the kick drums, but just a few buttons later I found some kick sounds I liked and added them to the kick. Couldn't have been easier! I would recommend to anyone that doesn't have the money for a TD-20
I have owned this set for a few years now, and I have thrashed them to with-in an inch of thier life and they are still working fine! I mostly use them with a set of bose headphones and a mixer with a i-pod or C/D. They sound great, I have never tried to use any user setting, just the factory ones, and I have found plenty of great sounds. They sound good through a PA, most drummers that have used them besides me don't like the hi-hat, it's a little weak, but that's the only thing I can say negitive. I have actualy leared to play drums by owning this set, and have got more enjoyment from them than any other musical insturment I own, and that's saying a lot for a bass player!