Used Yamaha DTXplorer
In good shape! Pads are a little dusty and one of the tom pads have a small inch nic in the rubber. Also when you power up the Yamaha DTXplorer brain the *WARNING BATTERY LOW* sign comes on. It needs to have the internal cr2032 watch battery replaced. Which is not too complex. There is a youtube video that will walk you through the steps. There has also been a factory reset done to the brain. The set also includes a double bass drum pedal.
The Yamaha DTXPLORER is an electronic drum set that brings Yamaha’s renowned electronic drum technology within reach of the beginner, hobbyist, and educator. The 5-piece electronic drum kit features high-impact single-zone rubber pads with natural feel and rebound, a kick pedal, hi-hat controller module, rack, and coded cabling for easy setup.
At the heart of the DTXPLORER is its compact trigger module, with a 16-bit/32-note polyphony tone generator that produces amazingly realistic, physically modeled voices. Choose from 214 drum and percussion sounds, 22 preset songs, and 32 preset drum kits covering rock, funk, jazz, reggae, and Latin styles. An array of onboard digital effects let you tweak your sound to your liking. Create and store up to 10 custom kits. The module also includes the Groove Check practice feature, a multifunction metronome, backlit LCD display, and simple plug-and-play connections. Auxiliary and MIDI inputs expand the kit’s versatility, allowing you to connect to a PC or other device. The headphone output allows quiet practice.
32 Factory Kits, 10 User Kits, 214 Voices
The 32 factory-programmed kits give you a wide variety of kits that can be used in almost any musical situation. The 10 user kits allow you to build custom kits using any of the 214 voices for your particular needs as a musician.
Groove Check with Rhythm Gate
The DTXPL module has Yamaha’s popular Groove Check function, but takes it to the next level as a learning tool. You can engage the Rhythm Gate so that when you play out of time the module will mute the drums until you get back in time with the click.
The snare input will accept a three-zone pad (not included) giving you the head, rim shot, and cross stick sounds. The cymbal inputs will accept dual zone cymbals and allow cymbal choking.