Login or Sign Up. I got the kit for Christmas last year and it has barely been put to use. There seems to be a base of fans who hold the opinion that this one of “the kits” to have and it still holds up today. Then there’s a mass of ethnic percussion sounds covering all manner of world music genres from Latin and Indian to Japanese flavours. Clearly, this is well within budget and would leave me plenty of spare cash for upgrades.
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So, my questions are: There seems to be a base of fans who hold the opinion that this one of “the kits” to have and it still holds up today.
The generously sized snare and tom pads the TP toms are 10″, the TPSD snare is 12″ and the businesslike RS rack are imposing enough to get close to the feeling of being surrounded by dtztreme kit, as opposed to being perched behind a collection of over sized switches, and the fact that the RHH hi-hat pad mounts on a normal dtxtremr stand only adds to the grown-up feel.
A couple of issues really drag the DTXtreme down, unfortunately. As one of the runners dtxtreeme what is pretty much a two-horse electronic percussion race, Yamaha placed great store on the success of this e-kit.
If this is your first visit, you will have to register before you can post or view specific content. I’m going to see him on Saturday and check it out. Here is what you get And the kit proves to be just that. Skip to main content. Says that he has used it probably times or so over the years, as he didn’t really get the urge to play regularly again; it has sometimes gone unused for three months at a time, but has always been set up in his home.
If you cannot post, please visit this topic for your solution. Clearly, this is well within budget and would leave me plenty of spare cash for upgrades. It works great, but I want to spend my time honing my guitar pla Electro, If there were any triggering issues in any of the pad zones, at what point would the kit stop being viable, in your opinion?
I recall that the extreme 2 hi hat is stationary. Each of the cables that run between pads and head is clearly labelled, and a plastic ‘cable snake’ in which to stow all the wiring is also included to tidy things up. Last edited by electrodrummer ; Despite being bits modules set sounds massive. I hope it lives up to the description. Its very old and the sounds are very dated i would pass on it. Image 2 of 6 The five-pad, three-‘cymbal’ and hi-hat array looks very proper.
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There is, however, a lack of dynamic three-dimensional character to much of what’s on offer, and as such the out-of-the-box sound of the Xtreme isn’t as engaging as that of some admittedly more expensive electronic kits we have come across. I have them set up as follo It takes a while to get things into shape when you grapple with individual clamps and rack legs for the first time, but regular Xtreme giggers will soon have their own set-up routine down pat.
And it might just suit yours too. Originally posted by Peter Warren View Post. This item is in good condition. This alone is enough to arouse interest from those considering a kit for live use.
Perhaps the hardest to work around is the way in which the hi-hat works and feels. And a fair percentage of users will probably only ever use the kit in a fixed location for practice purposes.
I am trying to get a handle on how to maximise my budget and it is coming down to two options: They go for at least 2x 3x that, normally.
That video looks like the dtxtreme 3,not the 2 the OP is describing.
Image 5 of 6 The RHH hi-hat pad mounts on a normal hat stand. I should be speaking to the seller at ios today. DO NOT use a symbol of any kind in your username.
All knobs and buttons work.