I have had it for a few months and I can say - so far so good. It has a rich sound quality. It feels realistic, with those wooden shells, standard pad sizes, and mesh heads. Sometimes I forget I play on e-kit. It has a twelve-channel mixer and 10 audio outputs.
From time to time I have a feeling that some issues on the pad occurs. Hardware issues - sometimes I feel a little wobbling on the distant ends. And that`s it. And yes - use a non-felt kick beater, you may assume why. The module has a lot of sounds, a bunch of effects, good layering, and sample import. Dynamic is solid. It is a high-end kit with a reasonable price.
A good option. Its look and sound are great. The mesh heads and the cymbals feel amazing (chocking the cymbals may be a bit tough). It gives me a realistic feel. I like the size of the kit also. In my opinion, it`s best for the practice but I don`t hesitate to use it on the live shows too. I`m not a hard striker (except sometimes) but I had no issues so far. The only issue I had was the one with my hi hat. But I think it`s because hi-hat has a low-grade stand. Except that I didn`t have any issues with the hardware. Cymbals and pads stay and work flawlessly. I like it.
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