Yamaha DD-9 Drum Pad Machine Reviews
Newest Review: ... up a sweat behind a kit. The best thing about this kit is that it's portable, somewhat attractive (the design has changed ... more
Customer Yamaha DD-9 Drum Pad Machine Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/06/00, updated on 27/06/00 (Useful, 11434 readings)
Yamaha's DD-9 electric drum kit, which is still around and has been since the early 90's (atleast that's as far back as I can trace it) is the budget electric percussion solution for the budding drummer...Only it's crap. Maybe I'm being a bit more biased as I own a proper acoustic kit, but no matter what; no electric drum kit, or drum machine for that matter, will deter the natural sounds of cowskins and a person working up a sweat behind a kit. The best thing about this kit is that it's portable, somewhat attractive (the design has changed slightly over the years), it has tempo settings and a song bank of around 100 styles which you can play ... Read the complete review
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