Yamaha DTX6K-X Electronic Drum Set with the DTX-PRO module featuring Kit Modifier delivers the highest quality sounds and puts you in control of unbound sound creation. Experience the next evolution in creative expression with unparalleled training tools and the freedom of functionality and feel from playing Yamaha hardware and pads.
- Includes DTX-PRO module, RS502 rack, XP80 snare, 3 × TP70 toms, KP65 kick tower, HH65 hi-hat pedal, 2 × PCY95 cymbals, PCY135 cymbal
- 40 preset kits, 200 user kits and over 400 voices
- Faithful reproduction of real sound and ambience recorded in a well-known studio
- Kit Modifier including AMBIENCE, COMP and EFFECT knobs to create your own sound
- Three-zone pads for snare and ride
- Yamaha TCS head on XP80 snare provides a natural feel and rebound for versatile performance and expression with open and closed rim playability
- PCY135 cymbal pad can be choked/muted and is equipped with positional sensing function for more dynamic playing
- Built on Yamaha's interchangeable hardware, including Yamaha's traditional ball clamp to secure and adjust the snare pad
I'm not a drummer but purchased this set to add drums to my personal home recordings. Had a cheap Simmons kit previously which sounded like electronic drums -- no dynamics and you could tell they weren't acoustic drums. The default DTX-PRO kit (Yamaha Absolute Hybrid Maple series) sounds like real drums. Compares favorably (actually better) to Roland costing more than twice as much. Yamaha hit this one out of the park IMO. Super-pleased and still exploring the range and possibilities of this remarkably good product.
This looks like an ideal instrument for beginners. It has the basics and it's from a good company.
This thing is amazing. Feels nice. Module sounds are pretty good. I use this with my Logic Pro X to record live and lay clean drum tracks for recordings. You can use the drum sounds in Logic Pro X which sound very real and nice or you can use ezdrummer 2 which is my favorite and have an endless array of kits and sounds to play. Best thing to come along for a home studio in a long time. Hook the band to a PA and you can practice at sound levels that won’t anger your neighbors.
Great for price