I love its playability and the sounds it produces. I bought it four years ago and I`m still rocking it. Nothing to complain about. It`s durable and sturdy. Hardware is high-end. Roland TD 30K is the former flagship of Roland and you can feel why`s that. Portability is the thing that suits me, I often take kit on gigs. The module is amazing. It gives me a lot of flexibility. Has a lot of input and output options. It has a great set of sounds. I would like to note it has volume faders built inside. And each pad and pedal gets its own cable. The amazing kit I would recommend to anyone, no matter you play it at home or somewhere live. Has a high price, but worth the money.
I enjoy my Roland TD 30. It’s worth some extra money it costs. Internal sounds are remarkable. I also like its sturdy hardware. Visually looks cool, especially with that cable loom inside the frame. It makes the surrounding looks tidy. The mesh heads feel great. I like the module also. Love the vastness of possibilities customizable features give. Also, the number of inputs is great. But the thing that annoys me about the module is that it won`t let you add your own sounds. I still can`t believe such a good module has that kind of flaw. All in all, worth the money in my opinion. Would recommend it to anyone who`s in search of a professional e-drum kit.
Drumthat.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.