Well, its hard to tell. What we do know is currently Alesis is looking for a new product manager (link) for their electronic drum division. On top of that, many Alesis edrum products are no longer being sold by the several large online retailers. Many of these online retailers are listing these items as discontinued.
These are the new HART Dynamics Ecymbal III electronic cymbal triggers. These new electronic cymbals are made from genuine Sabian cymbals. They feature the TE3.2 transfer technology that give you the acoustic cymbal feel without the full acoustic noise. To dampen the noise even more, the Ecymball III uses a custom blended rubber pad on
Pictured above are the new HART Electrified Practice Cymbals. These new plastic practice cymbals by HART are not only practice cymbals, but they can also be used as electronic cymbal triggers. These new single zone eCymbals are available in two sizes: 12″ ($69.99) & 14″ ($79.99). This information comes from the December 2012 Musician’s Friend catalog.
It looks as if Pearl has a new addition coming for their ePro live electronic drum kit. The picture above is now showing the ePro Live kit with a new hi-hat trigger/controller mounted on a standard hi-hat stand (above picture can be seen on Pearl’s Tru-Trac website). The news of a new hi-hat controller in
Roland just announced in the last couple of days the new ultra portalbe Roland TD-4KP V-Drum kit. This is Roland’s entry into the super light weight portable edrum market. This set comes hot the heels of this ever expanding class of new edrum kits. (See also: Yamaha DTX400 Series eDrum Kits, and Simmons SDXPRS eDrum