Synth Site: Yamaha: DD-6 Drum Box: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.0 out of 5
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Mike a part-time user writes:
A bit of fun this. Not as bad as the reviewer says. Some good drum beats and strong, better quality pads. You can give them a real wack. Can sound quite professional. Not a toy. A mid to low range drum machine for beginners and home recordists. Singers can use them as well. Pcm. Not electro beats.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-09-2003 at 13:22
JOhn from Colombia writes:
Sorry, but I still like it since 10 years ago, and cost me 100 not 80, if you want to have more fucking fun, then easy connect it to the Stereo Component and UP the Volume :)

posted Friday-Dec-20-2002 at 13:52
Andrew a part time user from USA writes:
i remember i always wanted to play drums but i couldn't afford a set...in the local music store there was one of these things and of course i fell in love ($80 new!!) i was like 8 at the time...hmm...it has 4 pads, 20 PCM samples, none of which are particularly good (weedy kik, annoyingly loud snare, the open hihat, if i recall correctly, sounds vaguely 909ish, not bad rimshot, shit crash, decent ride...) it had 100 preset rythms; the pads were assignable to any of the 20 sounds; pretty basic stuff. built in speaker too which is pretty loud. aside from the fact that i did in fact learn the basics of playing drums on this thing, i really have to say it's a piece of shit. (no midi, no CV, no sync of any sort, just a headphone jack!) but i can't totally rag on it because i had so damned much fun with it! :-) btw i actually DID wind up trading it for a bike.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:18
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