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The DD65 is perfect for what I use it for. As a hobby, I use looping software to create songs that I lay live drum tracks to. I have a small house and have been using similar drum sets for a long time for space/volume reasons.
Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use
i bought this to learn rudiments - great for that
I use this kit in my home studio. I would like to use it with some of my drum software but the Hi-Hat does not trigger the midi properly. For this reason I would not recommend this unit if you are trying to use it as a midi controller. Yamaha!!!!! Please create a firmware update for this unit!!!!
This is an excellent unit with the potential - in good hands - of providing a reasonable alternative to musicians playing in small venues or with limited space. What handicaps this unit is that within a kit, and aside of the overall system sensitivity, there is no way to control individual pad...
Great Sound, Versatile
I got this for my son to learn to play the drums whilst at the same time preserving our sanity and good relations with our neighbours! I was actually really surprised at the quality of this set. It has a great range of drum sets and effexts and the ability to record your sets.
I use it now for almost 2 AANS. I Avouris I have not tried anything else before. This drumkit allows a lot of thing to learn with a quality instrument, strong and reliable (it has toured the world with me), easy to use ...
This was bought for my boyfriends 9 year old son who desperately wanted a drum kit for Christmas a couple of years ago unfortunately his mum said no way and we live in a flat with no room for a full size kit so the compromise was to buy him the Yamaha DD-65.
I bought the DD65 several years ago. It is still going strong. For its size & price it is very good value for money. The nine pads have reasonably good touch sensitivity, although you occasionally get the nearest pad to the one you are using also sounding as you strike the first pad.
I quite like this. It's in my son's bedroom next to mine in a small flat and it doesn't annoy me or the neighbours at all. Why? Because it takes headphones and all I can hear is a rhythmic tapping, which I don't mind at all, ideal for someone who wants to do drumming but lives in a built up area or...
I have owned one for over a year and use it often. I record with it and it sounds good - you can work with it.
- 8 touch-sensitive drum pads
- Aux in jack
- Tempo control using Tap Start
- Hand percussion mode with Latin drums
- 254 GM compatible Voices assignable to any pad
- Two assignable footpedals included
- 100 built-in songs
- 50 programmed drum kits + custom kits
- 32-note polyphony
- Reverb and Master EQ
- Large 3-digit LED
- Record your own songs (up to 5 in memory at one time)
- MIDI In/Out
- Headphone jack
- Stereo speakers with bass port