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Hart Dynamics Virtuoso TE3.2 Electronic Drum Set
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The Hart Dynamics Virtuoso TE3.2 Electronic Drum Set is great for gigs, studio, or practice. The TE3.2 allows you to play exactly like you are playin...Click To Read More About This Product
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Plays just like an acoustic kit, without the sound restrictions!
The Hart Dynamics Virtuoso TE3.2 Electronic Drum Set is great for gigs, studio, or practice. The TE3.2 allows you to play exactly like you are playing acoustic drums, with feel-good Kontrol Screen pads and chokeable cymbals. The pads' great response and quiet rubber playing surfaces are ideal for practice.
The Hart Dynamics Virtuoso Drum Set has all the features of Hart's renowned Acupad sets and features the patented TE3.2 trigger system. Features include a dual-trigger snare pad, triple-plate chrome steel rims, and heavy-duty removable rubber rim trim. ECymbal Studio cymbals include a crash and crash/ride both with choke, VT (Virtuoso) HH cymbal and rubber playing surfaces for stealthy operation. The arms for the crash/ride and crash cymbals include springs to allow exact acoustic cymbal response and movement.
The Acupad upright bass drum has great feel, triggers with precision, and accepts all single and double pedals. The Studio EPedal Fully Variable hi-hat controller pedal is unmatched for variation between closed/open accuracy, adjustability, and durability. Hart products are handcrafted in the USA with the finest materials available. They go through extensive testing/quality control and carry an exclusive lifetime guarantee. The Hart Dynamics Virtuoso TE3.2 Drum Set is guaranteed to be compatible with the controller or sound module of your choice. Cables included; sound module and bass drum pedal not included.
- TE3.2 Advanced Trigger System
- Acupad IIS Dual Trigger 8" Snare drum with position sensing
- Acupad IS Single Trigger 8" Toms
- Acupad BDS 8" Bass Drum
- Heavy-Duty rubber rim trim on all drums for quiet playing
- Kontrol Screen "silent mesh" drum heads
- Ecymbal S (Studio) 12" Crash with choke
- Ecymbal S (Studio) 14" Crash/Ride with choke
- Ecymbal VT (Virtuoso) HH cymbal
- Heavy-duty fully variable HH pedal
- Black steel rack tubing with non-slip satin urethane finish
- Polycarbonate (bulletproof plastic) clamps
- Riveted hardware
- Includes all cables
- Module mount for all modules included
Just add your choice of sound module, a kick pedal, and go crazy! Order today.
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I have had this set for about 6 months and have learned to play drums decently on it. I will buy an accoustic set, but I dont need one. I have compared features of all and this is the best for the money. The Pads are awesome and are far superior to the rubber pads I have played. I could use a bigger Snare but its not a big problem. And if I get a bigger snare, I will plug this one in as an extra tom. The cymbals are really good. I took the rubber dampners off. They mute the cymbals too much to feel real (no rebound and not as sensitive). With them off the cymbals feel pretty real. They do make a plastic tapping noise without the rubber mats on, but you cant hear it over the Amp or in the Head phones. And my wife can barely hear it in the next room. I use a Roland TD-6V and it is sweet and easy to use. If I get the Larger Snare eventually I will use a TD8 or TD12 for position sensing. This snare has dual sensors and does rim shots, but depending on the settings it is a bit tricky to be consistant with it. I have setup the TD 6 to match the HD settings, but I have since reset the TD6 to Roland factory settings and like it better. So my advice it to just plug and play and then change it as you need to. The HH pedal can be adjusted with the screws on the bottom and it is not described in the Manual. But the tech support is great and I have the pedal tuned in pretty good. I also had to get a super soft beater for the Bass Drum pedal to prevent the bouncing, (the pad is as soft as it gets) but it now feels just like an accoustic set. I play others at the stores all the time and I like none better than my mine. I play all night every night and have more options of perfectly sampled sounds and a built in metronome, and line in for mixing in my Ipod. I can also play my MIDI instruments on my Laptop or record live with no amp. And its always in tune and sounds better than most accoustics. I can play maple, birch, rosewood, brass snare, steel snare, TR808, TR909, and many other drum kits. I can't imagine a better set up.
I got this drum kit because I moved to a congested neighborhood and didn't feel comfortable playing my acoustic kit at such close range to the neighbors. This kit plays very well, sounds fine and does the trick keeping me in shape. I have also gotten more accurate with my sticks because the heads are smaller than acoustic heads. I can play as loud as I want and listen through headphones (I have the Roland TD6 module). I have my iPod hooked up as well so I can play along to that. My main priority is that it feels real, not like a practice pad, and I have been very happy with it. I would definitely recommend it!
The HD Virtuoso is a great kit. The pad are excellent - great responese, even on the old Alesis D4 that I am using (cause it has 4 separate outs). I use this drums set for composing and it works great for that. I don't use the cymbals, so I cannot comment on them, but the pads are excellent. The rack is pretty solid, however, the clamps that hold the snare and floor tom arms aren't sturdy enough. I replaced them with the Gibraltar SC-GPRTC T- Clamps that I got from MF and now the kit is everything I could ask for.
I talked my drummer into an e-kit. He chose this one because it was cheap. Well you get what you pay for. The high hat has broken twice under normal use. He isn't even a heavy hitter. The plastic mounting for the screw in the back busted twice. This was not covered by the manufactures warranty because they do not cover cymbals. It broke within just a few months of twice a week use. The second one broke after just two weeks.One of his cymbals is hard to trigger, and often doesn't. It is the cymbal not the brain. The e-kit does sound good but that is only because we have a roland module.Don't get this because you think you are getting a deal. It will just end up costing you more money and frustrating you.Also, construction instructions that came with it were severly lacking. P.S. I'd also like to add that the picture for this kit should not show it with a drum module. My drummer thought he was also getting a module for this price. So, add the price of a drum module if this is your first kit and you really aren't getting a deal.
I tried sets with gum-rubber pads and it felt like I was playing a stack of phonebooks. A full-blown Roland set with mesh pads just didn't fit the checkbook. The Hart Virtuoso has the heads and features of the pro-sets minus the heavier-duty hardware and upgraded cycmbals.
the pads are very good, but also small. the rack is fairly solid. it doesn't move when i play hard, but i don't know how well it would stand up to touring use. there are minimal crosstalk problems, but nothing that can't be worked around. (moving the ride from the main rack bar to the floor tom extension helped a lot.)the hi hat pad is satisfactory... not good, but not horrible. the hi hat pedal is a bit stiff for my taste, but it works well. the cymbals, however, are a joke. they are just plastic... there's no rubber wedge like in the pictures... they trigger ok, but make way too much noise. if hart just upped the quality of the cymbals, it would be a great kit for the price. it's still a very good value, even if you replace the cymbals.