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Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set

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The Roland TD4S is an electronic drum set that is a pleasure to play. With Roland's patented mesh V-Pad snare, the TD4S drum set is ideal for practic...Click To Read More About This Product

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Fun to Play, Comfortable to Use, and Great for Practice.

The Roland TD4S is an electronic drum set that is a pleasure to play. With Roland's patented mesh V-Pad snare, the TD4S drum set is ideal for practice, thanks to its Mix in function, Coach Mode, and Quick Rec. Roland TD-4S electronic drums are also a great choice for the project studio, with improved sound quality and expressiveness, and MIDI output for sequencing or triggering other sounds.

TD-4S Drum Module
With 4 times the wave memory of its predecessor, the Roland TD-4S Drum Module is loaded with great drum and percussion instruments and kits. Drum kits can be customized with virtual tuning and muffling for the kick, snare, and toms. Natural ambiance effects can be adjusted as well.



Custom Controls

Drum sounds onboard the Roland TD-4S can be customized to suit your personal style. Just like with a real acoustic drum set, the TD-4's kick, snare, and toms can be tuned up or down quickly across a wide range. The amount of muffling can be user-customized as well, from '70s-style choked funk to open-cannon stadium rock.

Coach Mode
The Roland TD-4S is equipped with Roland's acclaimed Coach Mode, which helps you build speed, stamina and accuracy. Five skill-building exercises are onboard, including the new Warm Ups that lets you practice different exercises consecutively for 5, 10, or 15 minutes. The Tempo Check also helps you keep consistent time by lowering the metronome volume when you are playing accurately or vice versa, and raising the click volume when you are playing out of time.

Quick REC
The TD-4S drum set's "Quick REC" feature allows you to immediately record and play back your performance. It's a great tool for listening objectively to what you've played, and charting your progress. And don't forget the TD-4's built-in metronome for keeping yourself in time. If you record with the internal metronome on, the TD-4 Electronic Drum Set can even evaluate your accuracy afterward during playback.

FEATURES
Center mounted TD-4 sound module    
Wave-expanded sound module with 125 instruments and 25 kits
Patented mesh head for the snare
Velocity sensitive toms and cymbals with choke capability
Tuning and Muffling for the kick, snare, toms can be adjusted via the buttons and dial on the front panel
Coach Mode with new exercises such as Warm Ups and Tempo Check for building your accuracy and endurance
Quick Rec function for recording your performance with just one button
Mix In connector for playing along with external audio sources
Compact, lightweight, and stable drum stand
Cable harness and DB-25 connector for fast and clean cable connection

Includes:
(1) TD-4 Percussion Sound Module
(1) PDX-8 Mesh Snare Drum Pad
(3) PD-8 Dual-Trigger Tom Pads
(2) CY-8 Dual-Trigger Cymbal Pads
(1) CY-5 Dual-Trigger Cymbal Pad
(1) KD-8 Kick Trigger Pad
(1) FD-8 Hi-Hat Control Pedal
(1) MDS-4 Drum Stand
Bass drum pedal not included
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RolandTD4S Electronic Drum Set
 
4.9

(based on 22 reviews)

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Lots of BANG for the buck!

I previously owned a Roland TD-12 V-Drum kit and sold it to pay some bills last year -- I was really sorry I parted with that kit until I saw reviews of the...Read complete review

I previously owned a Roland TD-12 V-Drum kit and sold it to pay some bills last year -- I was really sorry I parted with that kit until I saw reviews of the new TD-4S. I saw demos of it on the Roland site. I just had to get one because the price was right and it looked like Roland came up with a much better rack system than the TD-3S predecessor.In short, I've had this kit for a little over two weeks and it rocks -- dare I say that I like it even better than the TD-12 kit which retails for 3X as much? I like the hi-hat better on this kit than the VH-11 and find it more responsive. I also thought that I would not like having the rubber pads after having an all-mesh setup, but I actually like them BETTER and get more stick action. I don't mind having only 25 pre-configured kits because you can still customize your own sets as much as you want. I've also messed with the metronome and rhythm coach feature -- all good.A couple of things to mention -- the control unit in the center under the toms is a little hard to access and the various jacks should have larger type so you can see what's what -- however, I believe you could move the module to a different place on the rack if you wanted (the cables seem long enough to do so). Also, I highly recommend a good drum rug because the hi-hat pedal and bass pedal will start to creep as you play. If you are on the fence about buying this kit -- I'd say it's money well spent for Roland quality.

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Not bad for a beginner

I bought one of these to keep the noise down for my aspiring son since he has a new sister. It is a good toy for 3-12 year olds to learn on. Even...Read complete review

I bought one of these to keep the noise down for my aspiring son since he has a new sister. It is a good toy for 3-12 year olds to learn on. Even then, though, perhaps ought to buy something less expensive. You are only buying the name on this one -- although it is still made in China.

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5.0

Lots of BANG for the buck!

By Debcakes64

from Chicago

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Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I previously owned a Roland TD-12 V-Drum kit and sold it to pay some bills last year -- I was really sorry I parted with that kit until I saw the new TD-4S. I saw demos of it on the Roland site. I just had to get one because the price was right and it looked like Roland came up with a much better rack system than the TD-3S predecessor.In short, I've had this kit for a little over two weeks and it rocks -- dare I say that I like it even better than the TD-12 kit which retails for 3X as much? I like the hi-hat better on this kit than the VH-11 and find it more responsive. I also thought that I would not like having the rubber pads after having an all-mesh setup, but I actually like them BETTER and get more stick action. I don't mind having only 25 pre-configured kits because you can still customize your own sets as much as you want. I've also messed with the metronome and rhythm coach feature -- all good.A couple of things to mention -- The control unit in the center under the toms is a little hard to access and the various jacks should have larger type so you can see what's what -- however, I believe you could move the module to a different place on the rack if you wanted (the cables seem long enough to do so). Also, I highly recommend a good drum rug because the hi-hat pedal and bass pedal will start to creep as you play. If you are on the fence about buying this kit -- I'd say it's money well spent for Roland quality.

 
5.0

My new Roland TD-4 Kit

By Dustin-MfsgK

from California

Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I have had my kit now for about 5 days. I'm a guitar player but as a hobby I record my own material and figured why not have a bass and drum set and bring it all together. While I have ZERO experience to draw from to give an educated review of this set...a few friends who are drummers and who've played for many years sat down and gave my set a try and they were impressed...most especially with the realistic feel of the snare. The different pre-programmed kits sound good, but I plan to use sample software because I'm looking specifically for a hard rock/metal sound and the Steven Slate Drums software seems to deliver that. The only extras you need to buy are a throne and a bass kick pedal. I got a double pedal by Pacifica? which seems to work just fine so far. Overall I'm impressed with my new toy.

 
5.0

Roland TD4 drum set

By roderick burns

from Saint Augustine, FL

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Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I just got my kit in the mail last week, and I am very happy with it. Set up was pretty quick only took about 45 minutes and that's because digital drums are new to me. This thing will keep you playing for hours. I invited a friend to come over and play bass along with me, and we were amazed at how well you could jam with the drums at a lower volume. Pull the trigger if you've got the dough, you will be happy you did.

 
5.0

Very Nice Kit!!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I've had this set for about a week now and I can not get enough of it! I've been playing acoustic drums for aout 10 years now and this is my first electronic set. I love the rack system, the pads are durable, there are only 25 modules but I mostly use it for the acoustic drum sounds anyway. This set was worth every penny I spent on it. I can't wait to add a 2nd cymbal to his set!

 
5.0

Great Tone!

By Mike McLenison

from Arizona

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Love the samples! Seems like there's enough sounds to satisfy most. I now have the kit for about 6 weeks now and decided to use it with a small mixer so I add additional rack effects while playing along with a cd. One rack enhancer I've been using is a BBE Sonic Maximizer. It turns a great sounding kit into a miracle! -Drums are more explosive and cymbals are crisper. I also purchased an additional CY-8 cymbal pad and an inexpensive Pulse cymbal stand because I wanted to add another crash cymbal. Actually, you can assign any sound to it, so if I want a cowbell, I've got it. This has got to be one of the best kits available.

 
5.0

Best buy in electronic drums

By Korywithak44

from New Jersey

Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

Pros: quality of the rack and setup, cool pre-set kits to choose from, module is very easy to use, pads are high quality (I've been playing it for a few months with no problems thus far), mesh snare is amazing.Cons: Double bass pedal is not completely compatible (if you center the beaters perfectly, you can make them almost as loud as the rest of the kit, however there is a mixer function which allows you to adjust the volume of each pad versus all the others), doesn't have as many pre-set kits and sounds as comparable sets, module location is not great being right under the toms (and the length of the wires doesn't allow you to mount it anywhere else).

 
5.0

Great for beginner to intermediate

By stilldrumming

from Chicago area

Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I did a lot of research and compared all the other brands to Roland and decided that they have the reputation for the best electronic drums for a reason. Everything from setup to learning the controls to playing was as easy as it gets. Roland even offers pre-recorded songs you can download for free to your MP3 player to play along with. The only reason I gave the features review below a 5 was due to accessing the controls on the module. Once I got all the pads set to where I liked them it was a bit of a hassle to reach all the controls as some were hidden behind the toms. It may be totally different for you so don't let that deter you from checking this unit out. It is definitely a quality set.

 
5.0

Excellent but....

By HZGrIJgVW

from Singapore

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Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

This drum set, the features are excellent, but i am just quite fussy abt it, firstly, there shld be 2 normal ride programmed inside instead of one medium ride and lite ride, there shld be also a dark ride, same as the hi hat, there shld be a dark hi hat as well, secondly, i tried shifting the pipe which holds the module above the 2 pads and the whole rack is not sturdy which resulted in complains from my neighbours, but other than that, module screen is great, pads are great also, overall good value for $$ drum set.

 
5.0

compact doesn't mean restrained

By mullensk824

from sharon, MA

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Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I bought this set about a month ago, and I am extremely pleased with my purchase. It is well worth the money, and a great set for people like me who need to play drums in a dorm or play quietly in a garage at 3 in the morning.Pros: - Relatively inexpensive for an electronic set- Mesh snare- Realistic pads for hi hat and 2 other cymbals (w/ choke capability)- 25 different kits- Versatility and ability to create your own set sounds- Easy, easy setup, like drum setup for dummies easy- You can play quietly in a small space!!!Cons:- Not many good preset sets- Rubber toms (not a big deal though, you can still roll on them pretty comfortably and quickly)- Kick pad doesn't work well with double pedals; not loud enough when beaters are off-center- Kick pad moves alot and can be weak and aggrivating at times, esp. w/ heavy double bassHowever, the benefits of the set realllly outweigh the hassles involved with it so I'd definitely reccomend it to anyone that needs an electronic.HOWEVER i must add that electronics shouldn't be your first choice; they don't hever have as much feel as acoustic sets, and you look and feel like a clown playing on them, esp. if its at a gig. But, if you do need an electronic set, this is the one to get.

 
5.0

works great for me

Comments about Roland TD4S Electronic Drum Set:

I played acoustic drums long ago, but even I know that acoustic drums aren't suitable for a 3rd-floor apartment. I bought the TD-4K (since discontinued?) at Christmas time 2009 and I like it a lot. It was easy to set up, no electronics problems (in fact no problems at all), but it took forever to get everything adjusted right. (And beware: even though I used headphones all the time, the neighbors downstairs started complaining on the very first night. A 3/4-inch foam exercise mat didn't do the trick, but then I found at the Roland forums plans for a simple platform made from a piece of plywood resting on a couple dozen tennis balls. (Google "roland noise tennis balls".) I used the single-piece of plywood variation: it cost about $35 to build, $20 for a 4'x4' piece of 3/4-inch plywood and $15 for tennis balls, and apparently it works. At least, it's been a couple of weeks and the -- woman -- downstairs hasn't complained.)I can't tell you if it's good for recording, barrooms, or MTV. I can tell you I'm having fun. That's 100% goal achievement.

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