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Roland BT-1 Bar Trigger Pad

Published on January 21, 2013 by in eDrum News

New at NAMM 2013 from Roland is the BT-1 Bar Trigger Pad. Small side mount triggers are not new in the electronic drumming world, but it is for Roland and these little guys can be mounted just about anywhere on your kit. If you just want to add a few extra percussion triggers to your

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DIY Pedal Trigger (Similar to FatKat)

This post shows how to turn a standard switch based hi-hat control pedal into a FatKat like trigger type pedal. This trigger should be compatible with all the major module brands (Roland, Yamaha, Alesis, Simmons, and Pearl) The pedal I used for this project is a fairly common pedal show above and can be bought

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eDrums, 1991 Style!

Published on December 19, 2009 by in eDrum News

I thought it might be a good idea to show what it was like in the early 1990’s if you were an edrummer. I’m putting this up because it was the late 80’s early 90’s that influenced me the most when it comes to design and function of electronic drums. The following pictures are pages

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Roland TD-20SX V-Pro (Update!)

Published on August 31, 2009 by in eDrum News

You might remember the Hellfire Electronic Drum Systems was asked by Roland to remove the pictures of the new TD-20sx. Well, Roland has officially announced the release of the the TD-20sx V-Pro kit. The images have been restored to the original post:Roland TD-20sx V-Pro (New Kit!). If you would like more information on the new

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X4L Mylar Refection Plate (Update)

The following was originally posted by Hellfire over at Vdrums.com: Most people when they get into DIY edrumming for the first time, they tend to use the Remo practice pad conversion.  Split the foam in half, attach a piezo to a metal plate of some kind, and sandwich it between the foam halves.  That works

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