subdirectory_arrow_left subdirectory_arrow_left Electronic Drum Kits
Gear Electronic Drum Kits {{currentManName}}swap_horiz Select a
Find a manufacturerkeyboard_arrow_down
  • settings_backup_restore
296 products47 news items1 reviews12 classified ads451 user reviews9 discussions

Review Electronic Drum Kit

Yamaha DTX540K Review

Pads Without Mercy! Yamaha pulls out all the stops with its revolutionary TCS pads in an attempt to make itself appealing to most drummers who still refuse e-drums. As a DTXPress owner and former user, the DTX540K is reminding me the feelings I had when I first left the acoustic path. Thus, I was very excited and had (too?) high expectations when I started this review. Half satisfied. read more…

User reviews on Electronic Drum Kit products

I was on the rebound..... (Millenium - MPS-400)

By Parcel, 15/11/2019
I got this excellent kit in 2014 as I had a really cheap kit (all mono pads) before that.
The first thing I did was to convert to mesh heads, just like the cheap kit..

This is a simple conversion, the end result I now have a much quieter kit with a better response and its lighter as well as u dont have the steel plates to cramp your style.

Then I changed the snare pad for a larger 10" Alesis Real drum module.
So it's even better.
The cymbals are dual zone and the hi hat has 3 modes: Open/closed an of course that "chip" sound.
The kit now sounds great, its got plenty of sounds and the ability to change the parameters.
Its very versatile. I mainly use it for practicing new songs. Ready for playing in my local praise band..

Big benefits for a very small drumkit! (Roland - HD-1)

By Xx albatteur xX, 02/12/2014
How long have you use it?

I used 3 years

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Yes, all brands

What thing do you like most and least?

Goodies: Small footprint, no noise pedal GC or HitHat. Snare very nice.
Rubber pad not so bad.

Cons: The sounds of electro Kits HipHop or are not too bad, but the drumkit kits are pretty bad. I used a permanently connected EZDrummer and LA, it sounded!

How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

Even for an entry-Roland, the quality is really not bad. In Cygnus we find the same price as some Millenium, Drumtech or other marks that the final will not hold a candle to this ROLAND

golden_ear's review (Audio-Technica - DD-502)

By golden_ear, 21/11/2014
I was very surprised, because even if I knew Audio Technica, I didn't know they made e-drums..
After verifying, it's not Audio-Technica, the well-known microphone and headphone manufacturer, but only Technica, which has nothing to do with the former.
Thank you to the moderators for clarifying things.

News Electronic Drum Kit

[NAMM] [VIDEO] Alesis Strikes back

Published on 01/24/16
Alesis present Strike, their new series of electronic drumkits.

Forums Electronic Drum Kit

Electronic Drum Kit classified ads

Yamaha DTX790K electronic drum kit

$2,300 Reverb classified ad

Alesis DM10 X Kit

$750 Reverb classified ad