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NAMM 2011: Roland Announce New Electronic Drum Pads
Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland has announced details of new CY-12C V-Cymbal Crash and KD-9 Kick Pad electronic drum pads.
CY-12C V-Cymbal Crash has optimized weight-balance and sensitivity providing a natural swinging motion.
This also gives accurate triggering for consistent crash performance, including choke control.
With a size of 12inches and dimensions as follows, Width: 305mm, Depth 305mm and Height: 45mm.
KD-9 Kick Pad with new mechanics and a cloth-designed bass drum head provides great feel, dynamic response.
This also gives accurate triggering and solid playability even with using a double pedal and its easy and quick to set up.
With dimensions as follows Width: 219mm, Depth 203mm and Height: 438mm please note kick pedal not included.Posted on 13 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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