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Old 2006-02-27, 04:59
Join Date: Jun 2004
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quick question about triggers.

I have axis a longboards. but i'm wondering if the Ekit triggers are worth the money.
if anyone has had them, or had experience using them, i'd like to hear what you think about them.

Old 2006-02-27, 22:14
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once you get the sorted I have heard the are REALLY superior, but I have also heard they can be a bit of a pain to set up.

The reason they are good once you set the up is cause you don't get double triggering/false triggering that you can get from an ordinary bass drum, because they trigger from the pedal.
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Old 2006-02-28, 17:31
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Do you talk about electronic kits?
i got a whole kit of it and its ok to play with it...
they have really good specials: e.g. you can see, if you are playing exact with the click and something like that... And very useful too is that you can change the sounds of your seperate pads...
Grond, drummer of the Viking Metal band "Norse"
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Old 2006-02-28, 20:54
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yeah a pure electronic kit is great, because you don't get the problems I talked about.

but an Acoustic kit with triggers has problems with double and false triggering, the E-kits for the axis pedal solves these problems where your feet are concerned!
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