Posted 05 March 2017 - 09:40 AM
Posted 13 March 2017 - 11:18 AM
i don't have a lot to offer here but look at Ebay for similar items to see what they're going for. I'm using Pintech cymbals...they seem to go fairly cheaply on ebay etc....though the clear one's seems to sell better/rarer.
Posted 13 March 2017 - 04:19 PM
I would not be too excited about using Pintech pads with a Roland module. Maybe they work fine, maybe not. Roland pads are set up quite different from Pintech pads, and while it is possible that there's a preset in the module that will make them work OK, the possibility exists that A: they sound alright now, but if you have reset the module you might lose those settings and have a hard time re-configuring, B: the presets (assuming they are there and you can find them) will sound fine and off you go, or C: they don't work right now and no amount of tweaking will get you there.
I would not advise buying a Frankenstein ekit if you are just getting started with edrums, as you risk wasting time and money in the process of making them playable. Instead, hold back, do your homework, and decide which kit you can afford and will serve you best. Your best value in a used kit is going to be to buy one complete with the same pads as it was originally sold with. This effectively eliminates problems of compatibility and increases resale value when you decide to move up to something better.
An excellent on-line forum for electronic drums is www.vdrums.com. It is Roland-centric, but other brands are well-covered there, too.
Best of luck!
Posted 16 March 2017 - 11:03 AM
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