Roland SPD-SX Sampling Drum Pad

Trigger your own samples, loops, and backing tracks from the Roland SPD-SX. Built to stand up to drumstick hits, this sample pad is great for percussionists.

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Roland SPD6 Percussion Pad (113 Sounds, MIDI Out)

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6 individual pads. 113 onboard sounds.

Whether you're looking to add electronic percussion to your live performances or program natural-sounding rhythm tracks in the studio, the affordable SPD-6 Percussion Pad is the way to go. This compact and easy-to-use 6-pad controller features hand and drum stick compatibility, 113 onboard sounds, and MIDI output.

Compact, easy-to-use electronic percussion controller with 6 individual pads

Playable by hand or drum sticks thanks to convenient toggle switch

113 onboard sounds,acoustic and electronic drums, hand percussion instruments, sound effects, and more

MIDI Out for triggering other sound sources or connecting to external sequencer

Two footswitch inputs; optional battery power

Pads: 6

Sounds: 113

Polyphony: 4

Preset pad setting memory: 16

User pad setting memory: 16

Connectors: OUTPUT 1 (PHONES) / OUTPUT 2 (MONO)*, Pedal SW 1/2 (for DP-2, FS-5U) for Kick/Hi-Hat control, MIDI OUT, AC Adaptor

Switches: SENS, POWER, BANK x4, NUMBER x4

Control: Volume

Power Supply: DC 9V dry battery (AA type x6) or AC adaptor (BOSS PSA series)

Accessories: MIDI cable, Battery AA type x6

Options: PDS-15: Pad Stand, APC-33: All Purpose Clamp, DP-2: Pedal Switch, FS-5U: Pedal Switch (BOSS), PSA-Series AC Adapter (BOSS)

*Internal sound waveforms are monaurally recorded.
*The specifications are subject to change.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 323-890-3700

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars. (44 ratings)
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Roland SPD6 Percussion Pad (113 Sounds, MIDI Out) Customer Review

Overall: 4 out of 5 stars
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I use the unit for triggering a groovesampler. It is ok for the money, but has extreme drawbacks in the live music scene. The unit is real touchy with double triggering. My piccolo snare fires this unit off at the blink of an eye. I am planning on moving on the SPD 20 once I get more info on the sensativity of the triggers.
I would say it is fairly road worthy. In the right case and the right person setting it up, you should never have any problems.

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