Electronic kits are a great way to practise your drums without needing a sound proof room. Yamaha have made a great electric kit that combines the great feel of a high end electric kit with the sort of wallet friendly, practical build that Yamaha are known for.
The new DTX760 electric drum kit
The DTX760 is set up with the DTX700 Drum Trigger Module in its center and is fully equipped with DTX-PAD drum pads. It is versatile and professional in every sense and feature. The new Kick Pad KP100 features an improved feel with its more responsive head and can easily accomodate a double foot pedal.
Although large in sounds and features, it is compact in size thanks to the RS700, an electronic drum rack born from Yamaha‘s extensive drum manufacturing division.
Here's what Yamaha have to say about this kit
The DTX760K offers drummers the benefits and luxury of using all 3-zone DTX-PADs in a more affordable kit. Utilizing the same real hi-hat controller, and large 3-zone choke-able cymbals as the 900 series, this configuration provides a realistic and comfortable feel around the entire instrument. The hi-hat and snare stand are included, so you can ideally position them as you please, and the kit can be expanded with up to two additional pads.
- Trigger Module DTX700
- Rack System RS700
- Maximum Polyphony 64 notes
- Voices Drum and percussion: 1,268, Melodies: 128
- Effects Reverb: 6, Chorus: 6, Variation: 42, Kit EQ: 4 band, Master EQ: 3 bands
- Drum kits Preset: 50, User: 10 * all of which may be edited and overwritten
- Note Capacity Approx. 152,000 notes
- Note Resolution 480 ppq (parts per quarter note)
- Song recording type Real-time replace
- Song tracks 1 track
- Songs Demo: 2, Practice: 44, Pad: 17, User: 30 * all of which may be edited and overwritten
- Sequence formats Proprietary, SMF format 0
Size/Weight (Trigger Module)
- Dimensions Width 277 mm (10-29/32 inch)
- Height 213 mm (8-25/64 inch)
- Depth 95 mm (2-3/4 inch)
- Weight Weight 1.5 kg (3.31 lbs)