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The Yamaha DD65 is perfect for what I use it for. As a hobby, I use looping software to create songs that I drum to and record for my own amusement. I have been using similar - sized digital drum sets for a long time, due to space/volume reasons.
It's a good drumset with really good price.
It's Yamaha so it's good sounding drum beats. This is really nice to have in small singing gigs because it is very portable. I just thought that it is expensive for the price. It might suit your needs but not for some.
It does not have volume adjustment for each midi voice. Bass drum is too loud but the close and open High Hat, well, can't be heard. Also when you strike a pad you can hear the sound of the other pad.
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.
I bought this because I just couldn't wait any longer.. I'm saving for a proper electronic kit (EG Pearl E-Pro live) .. And I'm very happy with my new 'toy' I used to play drums 'when I were a lad' but since getting married & having kids, ..they're too loud etc.
I have to review this kit. I was looking for a drum set for my teenage son, but did not have the room for a full set electric or normal, so I looked at all the options available to me. This was reviewed on you tube and sounded fantastic. I brought it and found it to sound really good.
I have been in several bands. I am mainly a singer guitar player but I dabble in several other instruments including drums. I have been using a Cajon with a mic and/or an alesis SR 16 drum machine for recording for several years.
- 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