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“On the whole the Session Pro DD506 is a good practise...”

Written on: 23/02/2009 by jpwa (1 review written)

On the whole the Session Pro DD506 is a good practise kit, but if you take it out you need to give it constant maintenance. If you can afford it go for a Yamaha DTXpress or the equivalent Roland. The DD506 brain has some great sounds, incorporating full editing features. You can alter the volume, pan, tone of each pad independently of the others, along with the sensitivity of the pad surface and the rim separately ( for those pads with dual zone triggers ). It even has a crosstalk feature, so… Read Full Review

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“Session Pro DD506 fits easily in a small room, looks...”

Written on: 16/01/2009

Session Pro DD506 fits easily in a small room, looks good, drum pads are good and the overall construction is very sturdy. Cymbals are not very good especially the hi hat which has to be hit very hard to get a sound so you mainly hear the thud of the sticks on the pad. Also the hi hat control pedal is far too quiet. Now wondering whether to buy a proper hi hat and ditch the electric one… Read Full Review

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