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Yamaha expands electric drum range
The company unveiled three different models that could be ideal for the novice right up to the professional. Yamaha announced the launch of the DTX400K, DTX430K and DTX450K as the latest members for its expanding range, miPRO reports.
Not only will these kits be ideal for people learning the drums, they also offer musicians the opportunity to record their tracks as a USB port is providing so that songs can be laid straight into computer software.
The DTX400K is the perfect tool for eager musicians looking to learn the drums as it comes with on-board learning exercises as well as training sessions so they can get on their way to emulating some of their drumming heroes.
People can also choose from a range of different sounds to get the desired style they want with Yamaha's models providing a library of 165 drum sounds with a plethora of snare, kick and other tones.
The kits all offer a unique experience for the drummer and they may never need to go to an acoustic set after a turn on the electric version.
Posted by JM.Posted on 29 Oct 2012 16:14 to category : Instruments News
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