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oliver goonzalez leon (olivergon@mailexcite.com) writes:
I bought mine long time ago when I wanted to play drums because : 1.- I couldn't afford a real drumset 2.- My mum had terrible headaches, especially with my loud music It's a crap soundig, especially from its internal speakers, but could be good for triggering sounds from a sampler or a decent sounding drum machine via MIDI. It has 8 rubber pads you can abuse, although the feeling is not good, and a foot pedal which is worst because its very small and its no sensitive. Sure you could find a better sounding/feeling Roland Octapad or so, but for the buck at least try the feeling(not the sounds) and sure you have a new toy on your drum setup. I'm currently thinking in takig somehow its piezos out and makig some better feeling pads so I could put them anywhere in a drumset. If you have one and have made some of those nastyness, please make me know of it.

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(Thanks to oliver goonzalez leon for this info.)

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