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Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
« Reply #825 on: August 20, 2016, 04:54:00 PM »
oo paps, post xmas sale ko ito nakuha hahaha dami ko pang pakiusap non (binayaran ko sa TMS alabang, pero sa Cubao ko pinickup., 30%cash, tapos 70% credit card on installment) hahaha

Sobrang mura at sulit! Yung promo nila kasi ngayon na may kasamang headphones 46k tapos straight cash or card payment lang. Abanagan ko nalang yang ganyan sale sir! Hehe.

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« Reply #826 on: September 08, 2016, 04:17:48 PM »
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?



Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.


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« Reply #827 on: September 09, 2016, 12:13:46 AM »
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?



Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.


Drooling - - - as long felt sir oks yan, pero mas ok kung lagyan mo sya ng konting rubber protector pero wag masyado makapal para hindi ka mag adjust
ng sensitivity ng pad.

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« Reply #828 on: September 09, 2016, 02:40:29 AM »
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?



Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.


First, congrats on your new electric kit.
Home friendly talaga kasi hindi kalakasan ang volume. Wala kang maiistorbo, kasama man sa bahay o kapitbahay. Kahit anong oras pwede mag practice.

Second, newbie sa drums sir?
May I know what makes you decide to choose for an electric kit over an acoustic kit?
Kasi baka manibago ka pag actual kit na ginagamit mo. Iba feel pag pinapalo ang e-kit sa real drum heads talaga eh.
But nevertheless, e-kit is one of the nice to have instrument. Tuloy tuloy lang learning ng walang naiistorbo.

Third, peds in the pic is an old model of Gibraltar 5611db or 6611db with Pearl Quadbeater beaters.
Di naman siguro masisira yan. I believe the manufacturer of e-kits anticipated the pounding it will bear. So, di naman siguro sila gagawa ng alanganin. But, of course, in the long run, it will experience wear and tear rin. Lahat naman ng gamit eh. Palitan mo siguro yung beaters ng mga mas malambot pang klase.

Enjoy your new gear.

"One thing we hate as drummers, we buy it to hit it." :eek:
Planning for a Band Rehearsal Studio business. Baka may alam kayong space for rent around QC area lang. Please PM me. Thank you.

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« Reply #829 on: September 09, 2016, 03:03:18 AM »
First, congrats on your new electric kit.
Home friendly talaga kasi hindi kalakasan ang volume. Wala kang maiistorbo, kasama man sa bahay o kapitbahay. Kahit anong oras pwede mag practice.

Second, newbie sa drums sir?
May I know what makes you decide to choose for an electric kit over an acoustic kit?
Kasi baka manibago ka pag actual kit na ginagamit mo. Iba feel pag pinapalo ang e-kit sa real drum heads talaga eh.
But nevertheless, e-kit is one of the nice to have instrument. Tuloy tuloy lang learning ng walang naiistorbo.

Third, peds in the pic is an old model of Gibraltar 5611db or 6611db with Pearl Quadbeater beaters.
Di naman siguro masisira yan. I believe the manufacturer of e-kits anticipated the pounding it will bear. So, di naman siguro sila gagawa ng alanganin. But, of course, in the long run, it will experience wear and tear rin. Lahat naman ng gamit eh. Palitan mo siguro yung beaters ng mga mas malambot pang klase.

Enjoy your new gear.

"One thing we hate as drummers, we buy it to hit it." :eek:

Thanks! Yes. Absolute noob here. As in I never had a kit before. Reason being is Im really a guitarist.
I sometimes record my own stuff and covers. But some drums software are way too perfect, fake and un-humanized. Tapos mahirap mag isip ng pattern using computer software.
So I thought if I can do it using my own hands an feet.
I am also not gigging anymore so I am just a hobbyist. Hind na talaga mawawala ang pagiging musikero sa sistema natin. Naisip ko never too late to play drums. And I dont have exercise anymore haha. Kanina ang sarap pawisan habang nag eenjoy sa ginagawa mo.. Feeling ko kanina ang gaan ng kamay ko at ng rib part ko.
And I think it would be a great achievement personally if I learn a new instrument.

My band and I are still in contact though. I told them I have this kit now and I plan to finish our album ourselves this time.

So marami raming reason para magkaroon ng e-drums hehe

I think e drums can still teach me how to learn the basics of drumming and exercise the pattern skill same as having an acoustic kit. The feel of the hit may be different. But I think I can still incorporate it when the time I hit the studio again. Pero by that time, baka gitarista na naman ako haha.
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« Reply #830 on: September 09, 2016, 03:34:03 AM »
Thanks! Yes. Absolute noob here. As in I never had a kit before. Reason being is Im really a guitarist.
I sometimes record my own stuff and covers. But some drums software are way too perfect, fake and un-humanized. Tapos mahirap mag isip ng pattern using computer software.
So I thought if I can do it using my own hands an feet.
I am also not gigging anymore so I am just a hobbyist. Hind na talaga mawawala ang pagiging musikero sa sistema natin. Naisip ko never too late to play drums. And I dont have exercise anymore haha. Kanina ang sarap pawisan habang nag eenjoy sa ginagawa mo.. Feeling ko kanina ang gaan ng kamay ko at ng rib part ko.
And I think it would be a great achievement personally if I learn a new instrument.

My band and I are still in contact though. I told them I have this kit now and I plan to finish our album ourselves this time.

So marami raming reason para magkaroon ng e-drums hehe

I think e drums can still teach me how to learn the basics of drumming and exercise the pattern skill same as having an acoustic kit. The feel of the hit may be different. But I think I can still incorporate it when the time I hit the studio again. Pero by that time, baka gitarista na naman ako haha.

Ahohohoy! Guitarist entering the drumming world. Enjoy the ride! Masarap yan, garantisado. Ako naman, pa-exit na sa drums, going to the guitars naman. Due to medical reasons, hearing to be specific.

Anyway, baka magkasundo tayo dito. Haha! Exchanging of the learnings we've learned with regards to our role as musicians. Ako naman si Noob guitarist. As in olats. But patiently learning, willing to rose from this instrument. Kahit late bloomer.

Masarap na di mawala ang pagiging musiko sa sistema naten. At oo naman, never too late talaga to learn something new. Hanggang sa pagtanda na yan. Words to live by.

Yup, magagawa pa rin naman pattern skills sa e-drums. After all, muscle memory lang naman talaga labanan sa pagiging drummer, lalo na ang pagiging time keeper ng banda. It's just that, the natural bounce, wrist and finger skills you need to apply may be a bit compromised as the batter head you're gonna hit is slightly different from the real one.

Planning for a Band Rehearsal Studio business. Baka may alam kayong space for rent around QC area lang. Please PM me. Thank you.

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« Reply #831 on: September 09, 2016, 03:45:41 AM »
Ahohohoy! Guitarist entering the drumming world. Enjoy the ride! Masarap yan, garantisado. Ako naman, pa-exit na sa drums, going to the guitars naman. Due to medical reasons, hearing to be specific.

Anyway, baka magkasundo tayo dito. Haha! Exchanging of the learnings we've learned with regards to our role as musicians. Ako naman si Noob guitarist. As in olats. But patiently learning, willing to rose from this instrument. Kahit late bloomer.

Masarap na di mawala ang pagiging musiko sa sistema naten. At oo naman, never too late talaga to learn something new. Hanggang sa pagtanda na yan. Words to live by.

Yup, magagawa pa rin naman pattern skills sa e-drums. After all, muscle memory lang naman talaga labanan sa pagiging drummer, lalo na ang pagiging time keeper ng banda. It's just that, the natural bounce, wrist and finger skills you need to apply may be a bit compromised as the batter head you're gonna hit is slightly different from the real one.



Haha nice! Good luck!
Based on what I know, mas magastos ang pagiging gitarista. Kung hindi ka nakukuntento sa tunog. Haha lagi ka papalit palit ng gamit hindi tulad ng pagiging drummer. Mas madalas namin sabihin ang "Gas attack"

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« Reply #832 on: September 13, 2016, 09:26:33 AM »
May alam kayo na mabibilhan ng e-bassdrum?salamat

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« Reply #833 on: September 13, 2016, 09:30:11 AM »
Haha nice! Good luck!
Based on what I know, mas magastos ang pagiging gitarista. Kung hindi ka nakukuntento sa tunog. Haha lagi ka papalit palit ng gamit hindi tulad ng pagiging drummer. Mas madalas namin sabihin ang "Gas attack"

I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #834 on: September 13, 2016, 10:43:42 PM »
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?



Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.


Eto yung bagong labas ng JB Music diba? nakita ko to sa store nila sa ATC. Ganda ng mesh pads panalo. Congrats paps!

I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!

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« Reply #835 on: September 13, 2016, 11:42:44 PM »
I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!

Sakit nateng lahat yung GAS!!! :eek:

Inang yan ang hirap pigilan! Kahit anong tingin ko online ng remedyo para mabawasan tong kabaliwan na to, wala pa rin. Bumabalik at bumabalik pa rin tawag ng GAS :cry:
« Last Edit: September 15, 2016, 12:30:33 AM by musicianurse28 »
Planning for a Band Rehearsal Studio business. Baka may alam kayong space for rent around QC area lang. Please PM me. Thank you.

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« Reply #836 on: September 14, 2016, 10:21:29 AM »
Eto yung bagong labas ng JB Music diba? nakita ko to sa store nila sa ATC. Ganda ng mesh pads panalo. Congrats paps!

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!


trulalu. 1 HHX ride equals 1 decent bare bones pedal board. hahahaha
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #837 on: September 19, 2016, 02:42:26 PM »
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe



matututo kaya ako magdrums? kelan kaya iyon...

need gear: http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=28593

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« Reply #838 on: September 19, 2016, 09:23:18 PM »
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe



Nice kit you have there. Unli drumming all night! :-D
Planning for a Band Rehearsal Studio business. Baka may alam kayong space for rent around QC area lang. Please PM me. Thank you.

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« Reply #839 on: September 20, 2016, 11:05:03 PM »
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe



Ano kaya mas sulit between  Medeli DD518dx and Alesis DM10x? Anyone?  :-D

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« Reply #840 on: September 21, 2016, 10:54:30 AM »
Ano kaya mas sulit between  Medeli DD518dx and Alesis DM10x? Anyone?  :-D

AFAIK, medeli din ang gumagawa kay alesis so, mejo parehas lang siguro sila in terms of durability.
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #841 on: September 22, 2016, 01:23:40 AM »
AFAIK, medeli din ang gumagawa kay alesis so, mejo parehas lang siguro sila in terms of durability.

Sabagay parehas naman silang mesh. Sa module nalang siguro nagkatalo tong dalawa.

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« Reply #842 on: October 17, 2016, 10:18:59 PM »
May Alesis Crimson na ba dito sa Pinas? Saw a lot of good reviews from it. Maganda pa daw sa DM10 na Mesh kit.

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« Reply #843 on: October 18, 2016, 01:00:43 AM »
Hello. Aspiring drummer here.

Ask ko lang if ok yung mga Medeli or Yamaha DD-65 for home use, rehearsal, jam and occasional recordings?

Matibay naman ba? Ok din ba feel nung pedals niya? thanks!

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« Reply #844 on: October 18, 2016, 09:52:10 AM »
Hello. Aspiring drummer here.

Ask ko lang if ok yung mga Medeli or Yamaha DD-65 for home use, rehearsal, jam and occasional recordings?

Matibay naman ba? Ok din ba feel nung pedals niya? thanks!

pwede na for jam and small gigs. I wouldn't use it for recording dahil limited lang ang capabilities nito, lalo na sa pedals. the pedals are just unlatching pedals and not actual drum pedals so there is virtually no feel.
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #845 on: October 18, 2016, 06:43:25 PM »
pwede na for jam and small gigs. I wouldn't use it for recording dahil limited lang ang capabilities nito, lalo na sa pedals. the pedals are just unlatching pedals and not actual drum pedals so there is virtually no feel.

Well I'm not really looking for the "real drum kit feel" since I just want something to fool around with and practice my rhythm with. And I'm just a guitar player occasionally playing as a substitute drummer for another band for the meantime. :)

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« Reply #846 on: October 19, 2016, 09:32:54 AM »
Well I'm not really looking for the "real drum kit feel" since I just want something to fool around with and practice my rhythm with. And I'm just a guitar player occasionally playing as a substitute drummer for another band for the meantime. :)

if its for a quick fix for drums (i.e. something to hit with actual drum sounds) this works wonders. I learned how to play on a Yamaha DD55. :)
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #847 on: November 21, 2016, 09:36:25 AM »



Finally got my alesis dm7x last weekend. Medjo nahirapan sa pag map sa superior drummer pero worth it.

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« Reply #848 on: November 21, 2016, 10:02:09 AM »



Finally got my alesis dm7x last weekend. Medjo nahirapan sa pag map sa superior drummer pero worth it.

tiyaga tiyaga lang paps! tapos save preset agad!
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #849 on: November 21, 2016, 11:12:10 AM »
tiyaga tiyaga lang paps! tapos save preset agad!

Nasave ko na, mga 3am knina. Medjo nahihirapan lang ako
sa kick drum lalo na kapag naka double pedal yung set up.
Any ideas kung saan makakabili ng kick pedal similar sa
dm7x? Or kahit yung sa ringway, ilalagay ko lang
To make it my slave pedal.