Acceptable for a practice. But not for a gig. I like the fact it comes with six pads. It is a much bigger kit compared to similar in the price range. It has compelling drum sounds due to the fact the triggering is awesome. If you have issues because of the sounds while practicing you may consider switching the mylar heads with a mesh one. But bear in mind you will lose the feeling of the realistic feel of the drums. It has a USB port that gives a lot of options. I`m satisfied with it. I paid $650 and think it has a lot to offer.
The crosstalk was agonizing and the triggering was spotty. The hi-hat volume for the foot pedal and pad are on an identical rut and that is also a pain in the ass.
I would say the hi-hat foot pedal and hi-hat, in general, a piece of s*it. Sometimes I hit the toms and initiate an impact on the opposite side of the kit, especially if I set the drum rims to a cymbal and the head to a drum sound. However, if you have a USB out of your module as I do, you could improve kit sounds a bit with a Superior Drummer. My suggestion is to skip this kit. Maybe look for some better second-hand ones if you are on a budget.
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