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.
Pictured above is one of the new electronic drum kits on the market in the US and it’s the Mark Drum (2Box Drumit5 being the other see: 2BOX DRUMIT 5 MK2). The MARK Drum edrum kit was first shown in the states at Winter NAMM 2012 and got quite a bit of interest by the
Hart Dynamics has just released their new mesh drum head offering, Hart Maxxum. Similar to Roland mesh drum heads, this is the newest member of the Hart Kontrol Screen mesh drum head family (which also includes the Hart Magnum drum head). This single ply drum heads has been designed to work well with Snare and
In this post, we will explore the inside of, quite possibly, the most common drum pad trigger on the market today. The picture above is of a Medeli DD602 (DD602 manual, DD602 setup guide) drum pad. Many edrum companies have used parts and/or complete drum pads of this type from Medeli including: