Clavia announces a new compact trigger for ddrums

US      03/10/99

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Clavia has improved the ddrum Trigger concept and created a new, very compact and easy-to-use trigger for ddrumAT, ddrum3 and ddrum4 digital drum systems. ddrum Red Shot Trigger features the same fast and accurate trig system that continues to make ddrum famous among musicians around the world. ddrum Red Shot Trigger is extremely easy to use and to mount: just remove one tension screw, apply the trigger and put the screw back on again. ddrum Red Shot Trigger is small and doesn't affect the acoustic sound of your drums. It can be used on both snares and different kinds of toms. ddrum Red Shot Trigger features a 1/4" jack for connection to a ddrumAT, ddrum3 or ddrum4 sound module. Thanks to the patented transducer solution, ddrum Red Shot Trigger detects dynamics in a very realistic way - a must for any drummer. ddrum Red Shot Trigger together with ddrumAT/3/4 sound modules is the optimal solution for drummers who want perfect drum sounds without compromising with the acoustic sound. The ddrum4 sound module offers the fastest trig response time on the market, and together with ddrum Red Shot Triggers you'll get the perfect combination of acoustic and digital drums. Price expected to be apporx $29-
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