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Roland TD-50 vs Roland VAD Electronic Drums – Which is Better?

Roland TD-50 vs Roland VAD Electronic Drums – Which is Better?

The Roland TD-50 line of drums focuses on high-end specs and functionality, whereas the roland vad line of drums (which stands for V-drums Acoustic Design) has particularly great stage presence. Even though the TD-50 and the VAD series are professional electronic drum kits and offer great sounds and build quality, ...

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Roland VAD506 vs Roland TD-27KV – Which is Better?

Roland VAD506 vs Roland TD-27KV – Which is Better?

The Roland VAD506 and the Roland TD-27KV are two impressive electronic drum sets that share the same TD-27 module. The VAD506 offers better stage presence, while the TD-27KV is a more compact, practical, and more traditional-looking e-drum kit. This article compares the two kits in real terms. Key ...

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Alesis Strike Pro SE vs Roland TD-27KV – Which is Better? (2024)

Alesis Strike Pro SE vs Roland TD-27KV – Which is Better? (2024)

The Alesis Strike Pro Special Edition is the flagship electronic drum kit from Alesis, while the Roland TD-27KV is a very impressive mid-range kit from Roland. Both of these drum kits have great features and are suited for pro drummers. The Alesis strike pro se offers outstanding value for its price and it has an ...

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The Roland TD-07 Range Reviewed (2024)

The Roland TD-07 Range Reviewed (2024)

The TD-07 series is a new and more affordable range of electronic drum sets from Roland that all use the new TD-07 drum module. They still have the same high-quality build as other Roland issues, but there are a few differences and limitations when compared to their top-the-line models. It does not come as a major ...

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Roland VAD503 Review (2024)

Roland VAD503 Review (2024)

The VAD503 is a reduced version of the VAD506 which is considered as the original full-size V-Drums Acoustic Design drum kit and comes next to the flagship VAD706. With just one less 12” tom and one less 16" cymbal in its kit, the VAD503 comes in a less expensive price tag compared to the VAD506 but both drum ...

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Roland TD-50KV2 Review (2024) – Roland’s Latest Flagship Kit

Roland TD-50KV2 Review (2024) – Roland’s Latest Flagship Kit

The TD50-KV2 is Roland’s latest flagship model from their TD50 series. In this article, we discuss what this set is like, and how its different from previous models. Roland has a pretty well defined release cycle when to comes to their V-Drums range. The KV2 was a well-expected update to the TD-50 drum module, ...

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Roland VAD306 Review (2024) – Is It Worth It?

Roland VAD306 Review (2024) – Is It Worth It?

The VAD306 is a mid-level drum kit part of the unique line of V-Drums Acoustic Design kit from Roland. Its compact design makes it ideal for use in small spaces and its beautiful wood shells outfitted with tunable mesh heads preserve the aesthetic look of an acoustic drum.  The TD-17 drum module a very ...

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Roland VAD506 Review (2024) – Is It Worth It?

Roland VAD506 Review (2024) – Is It Worth It?

The VAD506 is the original flagship model of Roland’s impressive V-Drums Acoustic Design lineup. This set has the look and feel of an acoustic set while having all the benefits of an electronic kit. It has since been superseded by the VAD706, however, the VAD506 is still expected to have strong popularity due to ...

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Roland VAD706 Review – Is It Worth It?

Roland VAD706 Review – Is It Worth It?

The VAD706 is one of Roland’s flagship kits, which is aimed at providing an acoustic drum-playing experience with electronic drums. The VAD706 is a significant upgrade from the previous models, and it takes all the success and experience from previous models and improves them in several ways. Providing an ...

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Roland vs Alesis – Which Brand Should You Go With?

Roland vs Alesis – Which Brand Should You Go With?

Roland and Alesis are both very popular in the electronic drums market. Roland is known for high-quality professional v-drums kits while Alesis are more mostly known for offering value at lower price points. However, the story doesn’t end there. Alesis have made some big moves into the pro-end of e-drumming, while ...

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