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Old 2007-05-22, 17:48
corpseifierdude2 corpseifierdude2 is offline
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Yamaha DTXPLORER

i gonna buy a Yamaha DTXPLORER soon and i was wondering if i could use a double pedal on the bass pedal trigger...or maybe its just designed for a singel bass pedal??
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Old 2007-05-23, 15:31
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my friend has it and a double bass pedal is no problem. you might want to check out the yamaha helpdesk first
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Old 2007-05-25, 03:14
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It's no problem to play with a double pedal on an electronic drum. However, if you're drumming very, very fast with your feet, you might want to consider Roland instead. I've heard that Yamaha tends to lag milliseconds (though not audible, you can feel it when playing).
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Old 2009-02-22, 07:11
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it does lag the tiniest bit everynow and then,
i used to think i was just making cool patterns.

but it also teaches not to be a "tapper" which i am thankful for.
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Old 2011-04-14, 13:34
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My Yamaha Snare Drums

Great to see that here is a forum about Yamaha drums. I have my Yamaha Snare Drums with me. Any advice or tips on how to make the most out of it? I will be waiting for your response.
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