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Yamaha electric drum kit with foot pedals. Never used.

Yamaha electric drum kit with foot pedals. Never used.
Asking price: €75withdrawn
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Babiesnkids
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Yamaha electric drum kit with foot pedals. Never used.

Description

Yamaha electric drum with foot pedals in excellent condition.

Was given as a present but never used.

The DD55 makes a great compact drum kit for players of all levels. It can also be used as a MIDI controller for recording drum parts much more realistically than you could ever do with a keyboard. Features include new stereo drum samples, 2 included foot pedals, 174 total sounds, digital reverb, chorus & DSP, and GM compatibility. Its stereo speakers and headphone output let you play or rehearse with other musicians or privately.

The Yamaha DD55 marks a transition to a more professional and versatile digital-drumming instrument. New stereo-sampled voices, a bass boost system and digital stereo processing give the DD55 an irresistible, thundering beat. And with the addition of adjustable pad sensitivity, you can pound out a spicy Latin rhythm with your hands. With its powerful features, this is no mere toy, although anyone can enjoy it.

Features:
7 Touch-Sensitive Drum Pads Allow Expressive Playing

Tempo Control Using Tap Start

Hand percussion with New Latin Drums Allows Playing with Hands

174 Percussion Voices Assignable to Any Pad

Two Assignable Foot Pedals Included, for Kick, Hi-Hat or Any Other Voice

100 Built-in Rhythm Styles to Accompany Your Playing

50 Programmed Drum Kits

One User Programmable Drum Kit to Store a Favorite Setup

Reverb and Chorus Effects Built Into Voices

Large 3-Digit LED Shows Selection

General MIDI

MIDI In/Out for Computer Connectivity

Headphone Jack

Stereo Speakers with Bass Port Provide Great Sound Quality

Shipping: Collection
Payment: Cash
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Babiesnkids 1 month ago
@slotmachine I've afraid I'm never there, sorry