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d.dot 9th June 2006 07:12 AM

Yoki Drum Pads???
 
Don't know if this is the correect forum for this question.

Has anyone heard of Yoki Drum Pads? I was looking for an inexpensive way to trigger drums and came accross this on ebay.

http://photos.imageevent.com/uhobby/..._DD602_set.jpg


Couldn't find anything on Google.
Thanks.

tommymakestapes 9th June 2006 03:53 PM

I emailed someone that was selling that set on ebay maybe 4 or 5 months ago. They never replied to me.

TAVD 9th June 2006 04:11 PM

Parts of it are a dead ringer for the Pintech e-gig kit. Given that, I'd trash the module for something better.

Reza 9th June 2006 04:14 PM

The Pintech kits mentioned above actually looks pretty sweet on their website

http://www.pintechworld.com/drumsets/?curMenu=prod

The modules can be bought seperate at pretty great prices (compared to the roland gear). Could you just use these with a hardware sampler and midi converter - rather than the crappy pre-set module???

Does anyone have experience with these Pintechs???

Rez

DrDeltaM 9th June 2006 04:38 PM

Looks like the same set is sold under the 'Fame' brand at Music Store Köln.

If you can read german...: http://www.musicstorekoeln.de/pdf/te...009516-000.pdf

el cochino 9th June 2006 05:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Reza
The Pintech kits mentioned above actually looks pretty sweet on their website

http://www.pintechworld.com/drumsets/?curMenu=prod

The modules can be bought seperate at pretty great prices (compared to the roland gear). Could you just use these with a hardware sampler and midi converter - rather than the crappy pre-set module???

Does anyone have experience with these Pintechs???

Rez

Yes, but you need a trigger to midi converter of some sort, although it doesn't need to have sounds. Roland is making the TMC-6 that has 6 trigger inputs.

TAVD 9th June 2006 06:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Reza
The Pintech kits mentioned above actually looks pretty sweet on their website

http://www.pintechworld.com/drumsets/?curMenu=prod

The modules can be bought seperate at pretty great prices (compared to the roland gear). Could you just use these with a hardware sampler and midi converter - rather than the crappy pre-set module???

Does anyone have experience with these Pintechs???

Rez

I have the pintech kit and like I said eariler, you'll outgrow the module almost immediately. I bought my entire kit [new] for not much more than the concertcast heads alone, so in that regard, I'm pleased. The kick trigger and HH pedal don't feel as high quality as the other triggers but they do work ok. I think if you're looking at it as an entire system, the Hart Prodigy w/ Alesis D5 might be better. The Hart may even be a bit cheaper.