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Yamaha DD20C 4 Pad Digital Drum
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It's Touch SensitiveThe Yamaha DD20C features four touch-sensitive drum pads. A heavier touch will create a louder sound while a lighter touch will g...Click To Read More About This Product
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Authentic drum sounds in a portable, playable format.
It's Touch Sensitive
The Yamaha DD20C features four touch-sensitive drum pads. A heavier touch will create a louder sound while a lighter touch will give you a softer one. That means that the DD20C electronic drum pads will respond like an acoustic drum - with expressive music.
What would you like to play? This little beauty runs the gamut with over 50 assignable PCM voices. In addition the digital drums have ten percussion sets (9 pre-set and 1 assignable), 100 PCM rhythm patterns, and three types of auto-roll.
Need a little something more? The DD20C also features four sound effect pads that play 16 different effects. Give yourself a round of applause or make the dog bark ¦ it's up to you!
Get into the groove
Tempo control with tap start means that you just give a tap and off you go! Press the "tap start" button, tap the drum pad three or four times to set the tempo, and you're jammin'!
It's the little things that count
The DD20C features jacks for an A/C adapter and headphones (so you can jam without waking the neighbors!) Built-in speaker for great sound. Drumsticks included.
A/C adapter and headphones are not included.
- Four touch-sensitive drum pads
- Four effects pads
- 54 assignable PCM percussion sounds
- Three types of auto-roll
- Tempo control
- Tap start
- One demo song
- Built-in speakers
- LED display
- Drumsticks (included)
- Headphone jack
- Power supply: 6 "AA" batteries (not included)
- Yamaha PA3B AC power adapter (Optional)
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When I opened the box and started playing w/ it I thought "wow, what a piece of junk". I almost returned it. The cons of this product are that you have to hit the hell out of the pads and you can't do two quick beats easily. Also, it's difficult to play two handed.Despite this (and the ratings I gave), I'm really pleased w/ my purchase. I'm a guitar player looking for a drum machine, so I thought I would get something that would do the job for cheap. It sucked right away, but then I plugged it into my Boss RC-20 looper and slowly began to like it. I just create a bass drum, add a few middle drums/congas and add a fastish hat/effects and bam, I've got a working drum line. I would highly suggest having a looper to really experience everything this thing has to offer. Once I got used to the controls I started having a lot of fun w/ it. I've only had it about a week, but I like it more and more. Take note, this thing is small, I mean REALLY small. About 1 ft x 1 ft, so make sure you realize this and don't expect to have the feel of real drums. Overall, with a looper, the thing does its job.
This is the best thing out there you could get to help you start playing the drums. It's nice, cheap and inexpensive. It has 100 tracks (Including Metronome). What I do is I take it up to the shop, plug it in and listen to a beat and try to play it on my actual drums. It's helped me so much to start playing the drums. I'd highly recommend this for that reason.