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Roland PDX12 Dual Trigger Mesh Head Pad

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The PDX-12 snare pad features a dual mesh head and a 12" playing surface. Drummers enjoy the natural rebound plus mesh head can be tensioned with a standard drum key. In addition you have dual trigger capability for independent triggering on both head and rim. When you position the PDX-12 for your playing technique, you can accurately recreate rim shots and cross stick techniques.

Roland PDX12 Dual Trigger Mesh Head Pad Features
  • 12" Dual-Trigger Snare V-Pad
  • Dual layer mesh head can be tensioned with a standard drum key
  • Dual trigger capability for independent triggering on both head and rim
  • Accurately recreates rim shot and cross stick techniques.
  • Compatible with a variety of current and legacy Roland Sound modules, Trigger Modules and percussion pads


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Customer Reviews

Review: Lou Submitted: 7/10/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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I love this thing,great addition to my electric set.once you get tension to your liking feels great
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Great product ,I think a little on the pricey side ,but I’ve played a lot of e-drums though the years and I think Roland does a great job.

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