Yamaha DD65 Digital Drum Pad

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The Yamaha DD-65 is the perfect compact all-in-one combination for the prospective drummer. In its trendy design the DD-65 offers eight touch sensitive drum pads and two foot pedals that allows expressive playing. To play to your favorite music you can connect a MP3- or CD-Player to the AUX-IN-connector.


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Product Title: Yamaha DD65 Digital Drum Pad

Manufacturer: Yamaha

Lowest Price: $169.95 from zZounds

Power Score: 4.5 | 6 Reviews


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Needs only individual pad volume

This is an excellent unit with the potential - in good hands - of providing a reasonable alternative to musicians playing in small venues or with limited space. What handicaps this unit is that within a kit, and aside of the overall system sensitivity, there is no way to control individual pad volume. The addition of that feature alone would elevate this unit to a whole new level and make it a...
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By Mike on Adorama - Oct 22, 2013

Perfect Mini Drumset

The DD65 is perfect for what I use it for. As a hobby, I use looping software to create songs that I lay live drum tracks to. I have a small house and have been using similar drum sets for a long time for space/volume reasons. The set that I had for the p

By Steve on Adorama - May 4, 2013

yamaha DD65

Strengths: Plug into the PA & it sounds better than a $5000.00 set of drums.

Weakness: None

I gig with this unit every week, the drums sound like thunder, the drums with mikes do not sound as good as this unit. I can play small jobs and still have deep sounds, clear cymbals. Buy the better foot pedals and you are gig ready.

By anonymous; - Apr 4, 2009

sounds better than it looks

Strengths: portability

Weakness: limited expandability

I've picked up drum sticks after a decade of lull. Now with a family and all, I couldn't effectively deal with the space or the noise of a drum set. So, a small electronic drum set like this DD65 was a necessary compromise. As you can tell, I was skeptical at first. After living with it for a couple of months, I am very satisfied with the portability and even the sound. Of course, the built-in...
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By clamrade - Mar 8, 2009

Yamaha Drums

Strengths: Many options, easy to use

Weakness: Not very loud, should come with wall adapter

I got this set for my 14-year old that was interested in drumming. He wanted to get a whole set, but I want to make sure he is interested. He has been playing with the set since we got it. We have just started using the set, but here is what I know so far: The sweet spots on the pads are not as big as the pads. You have to hit pretty-much in the middle to get sound. Make sure you buy the wall...
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By fjsingel - Dec 30, 2007

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