In the world of music, there is nothing more powerful than perfectly played drums. The rhythm and the sound that will make each and every one of us move around. This blog is to provide help I will continue posting reviews on drums and different tips that could help you to get the best experience with playing drums.
The kick pedal has been upgraded to a real pad for use with a pedal which makes the overall playing experience more akin to a proper acoustic drum kit.
Unfortunately it doesn’t normally ship with what Alesis considers extras, such as a drum stool, kick pedal or sticks but the build of this kit is one which you will have no problem playing in live or practise situations.
You can also choose from an aluminium rack or a chrome rack depending on your preference.
Over 1000 sounds
No kick pedal included
Yamaha DTX450K Electronic Drum Kit
A step up from the DTX400K, this kit has a few extras that the previous was lacking. The main difference is the inclusion of a standalone bass drum pad for use with a pedal.
Yamaha have also been kind enough to include one of their own pedals (FP6110) with the deal which will save you time and money.
The HH65 remote hihat is also an improvement on the DTX400K and allows for more nuanced control with several settings such as half-open, pedal and splash hihats.