This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Yamaha DD-75 Electronic Drum Pad Kit. This Electronic Percussion will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this DD-75 Electronic Drum Pad Kit.
Yamaha DD-75 Electronic Drum Pad Kit in the Electronic Percussion category
Ergonomic Pads The pad design on the DD-75 makes it instantly comfortable to play. The eight pads are positioned around the surface to offer a similar set up to a standard kit. The different sizes make it easy to distinguish between different sections of the kit with the largest pads dedicated to your most important drums. The pad surfaces are responsive to both hand percussion and beaters making them usable with all drumming techniques. The pads have a durable rubber layer along their surface so you can confidently perform without worrying about sensitivity. Voices The DD-75’s range of sounds make it ideal for both live and casual drummers. The 570 voices span a range of genres and can be easily assigned through the interface. The acoustic samples feature a similar sound to real kits making it ideal for gigging musicians wanting a more portable instrument. The MIDI in and out connections can be easily hooked up to recording and PA systems for instant use. The touch sensitivity offers varied tone depending on your velocity for a varied sound with improved response. Specifications Number of Pads: 8 Voices: 570 Phrases: 30 Preset Drum Kits: 75 User Kits: 10 Polyphony: 32 Maximum Preset Songs: 105 Speakers: 8cm x 2 Amplifiers: 5W + 5W Pedal Connections: 2 MIDI: In/Out Phone/Output: 1 Aux In: 1 Power Supply: DC12V Included Accessories: 2 Pedals Wooden Drum Sticks
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