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Glögg's review - Yamaha DTXpress IV Special

Value For Money : Excellent
How long have you use it?
For 2 months.
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Samples of the first acoustic sounds that are, APRS me much better than Roland, and as I n'tais trs not interested by the sounds "gadgets" that the there are also on electronic (there are also fewer Yamaha), I am fully satisfied. Then the set of cymbals that come with the set, good feeling, and with 3 cymbals home with two tri-zone, the possibility to do things just because honntes and varied. Then I found the feel of the pads enjoyable, for my part I have no problem of vibration, especially since I use Anti-vibe Zildjian in which APRS 2 months of use plutt convinced me. Finally, 3-zone snare, large enough, so ease of use, it lands on one foot ... foot! (Ah ah) And finally a, I find the installation of the set easily adjustable and comfortable, which is gnral my opinion one of the weaknesses of electronic sets.
Ngatif point, I would see that the pads as toms are single-zone, and also the sound "hollow" the impact that produced the hat pad, even if it is satisfactory to use elsewhere.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Compared my budget I tried also the TD6KX of Roland that I found much on the spot but when I tried the Yamaha, I could only change their minds.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent. 3 cymbals, a trs good snare pad, comfort in the game, trs good acoustic kits. It all does well thought out by Yamaha.
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Absolutely. Especially since I ressay the TD6KX since, and I t even more convinced that I felt much better derrire the Yamaha!