Here is what you get And the kit proves to be just that. The cymbal triggers fine and has a choke feature. Reviews at the time were mainly good, sounds were considered good to average, hardware and bang for buck was considered good, large pads. Do you think that a kit, say, 10 or 11 years old is still viable? Was used primarily in my teaching studio for the last few years. You can load your own samples into it – something that even today a lot of modules can’t do apart from Yamaha. A couple of issues really drag the DTXtreme down, unfortunately.
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You can load your own samples into it – something that even today a lot of modules can’t do apart from Yamaha. Its very old and dttxreme sounds are very dated i would pass on it. Was used primarily in my teaching studio for the last few years. Cons It gets a black mark for hi-hat operation and subjectively ordinary sounds.
DTXTREME IIS – FAQs – Yamaha United States
Dtxtrene good condition just a few very light marks and very light wear on the pads and brain. DTXtreme iis module, rack, hi hat on stand, snare on stand, 2 x crash, 1 x ride, kick.
The DTX range has won lots of fans for Yamaha over the years and with good reason – the kits are well priced and offer real functionality. If dtxtrene have any other issues, or cannot sign in, please visit our Forum Talk Section for common remedies. And, of course, Yamaha cater to the needs of electro lovers with beat-box derived kicks, snares and cymbal sounds.
Yamaha Dtxtreme: Drums | eBay
Originally posted by MS View Post. I can post a pic if interested. Firstly, I know I have been looking for help in buying my first kit from you before and I am very grateful for the information, so iia to ask yet another question. Originally posted by Peter Warren View Post.
No snare stand, bass drum pedal, speaker, or can of mountain dew is included with sale. I should be speaking to the seller at lunchtime today. Snare stand is very basic and the rack is missing a few pieces but with dtxtrwme included stands, you’ve got a co Any specific questions to ask, do you think?
The Xtreme sound module is home to more than 2, voices, created by a bit AWM2 tone generator and organised into 90 factory preset drum kits 40 user programmable kits are also available.
Then there’s a mass of ethnic percussion sounds covering all manner of world music genres from Latin and Indian to Japanese flavours. Image 4 of 6 The Xtreme sound module is home to more than 2, voices. dtxtrrme
The generously sized snare dtxtrfme tom pads the TP toms are 10″, the TPSD snare is 12″ and the businesslike RS rack are imposing enough to get close to the feeling of being surrounded by the kit, as opposed to being perched behind a collection of over sized switches, and the fact that the RHH hi-hat pad mounts on a normal hat stand only adds to the grown-up feel. Clearly, this is well within budget and would leave me plenty of spare cash for upgrades. The large striking surface “gives” like an acoustic bass drum head and the KP65 will accommodate a double pedal.
Perhaps the hardest to work around is the way in which the hi-hat works and feels. Although it might not excite much in terms of sounds, and the disappointing hi-hat response lets it down, the big DTX already has a legion of fans for whom it meets demands perfectly. The cymbal triggers fine and has a choke feature. It’s great for workaday tasks – practice, rehearsals, songwriting surely the most common uses for such set-ups – but lacks that magic sparkle to make it really special.
The screen is in good condition with no dead pixels. There seems to be a base of fans who hold the ftxtreme that this one of “the kits” to have and it still holds up today.
There is, etxtreme, a lack of dynamic three-dimensional character to much of what’s on offer, and as such the out-of-the-box sound of the Xtreme isn’t as engaging as that of some admittedly more expensive electronic kits we have come across.
Image 5 of 6 The RHH hi-hat pad mounts xtxtreme a normal hat stand. What is immediately clear when you come up against the Xtreme IIS for the first time is that it is an arresting-looking beast.
I am trying to get a handle on how to maximise my budget and it is coming down to two options: See each listing for international shipping options and costs. I hope it lives up to the description. Browse Related Browse Related.