I like it has mesh kicks, which are quiet and give you a nice feeling. Kick tower is capable of taking double bass and snare is for my taste big enough to hit it. Overall it has a large and strong frame. Sounds are not the best ones, but they are doing the job for me (I bought the kit for practice). It gets better if you connect it to your headphones. In my opinion, the kit is capable of doing everything a standard set should be doing. Setup and assembly are pretty simple. I own it for 2 years and I can say it is long-lasting. So far, not a single problem.
It has good features, components, and a great brain. The brain has more customization modes and more significant expendability. There are a lot of operations for practicing beats, patterns, and tempo as well as plenty of songs.
You can rehearse them with and without a metronome that even contains a visual display. I use a MIDI cable to connect it with my PC for better samples. It is not better than the Roland in my opinion but it has a lot to give for the amount of money. Their mesh-head pads feel good to operate with. But cymbals are bad.
They look and feel cheap. And wimpy. The fact is, with a tight budget, you can always rely on this kit. I`m happy with it.
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