Featuring innovative new technology from Roland, the KT-10 provides authentic feel and playability in a low-noise kick trigger pedal for V-Drums sound modules and other electronic percussion instruments. The all-in-one design offers fast, fluid response and a unique reverse-action trigger mechanism that makes the pedal not only compact in size, but also far quieter in operation than a kick pad played with a standard pedal and beater. With its small footprint, the KT-10 is ideal for use alongside an acoustic kick pedal in a hybrid drum set, and it also works great for expanding the capabilities of an SPD-series percussion pad or the HandSonic HPD-20. Of course, the KT-10’s pro feel, noise-reducing features, and portable convenience make it perfect for use with any V-Drums kit as well.
The compact and affordable BT-1 Bar Trigger Pad makes it easy to add electronic triggering to any drum kit. With a curved shape that mounts on the side of a V-Drums V-Pad or acoustic drum, it provides convenient playing access without disturbing your existing kit layout. The BT-1 is great not only for playing sounds in a V-Drums module or SPD-series percussion pad, but also for convenient control of a variety of functions like start/stop of backing songs and phrase loops, and much more.
Playing drums at home can be a headache. Traditional acoustic shells are impractical for late-night practice, while many electronic kits are disruptive (even with headphones), due to the sound of the pedals in operation. Roland’s new FD-9 hi-hat controller pedal is the smart way to drive down decibels. Designed for ultra-quiet home practice, the unit’s patent-pending link mechanism means dramatic noise reduction when the pedal is depressed. Expressive players will also appreciate this compact pedal’s authentic hi-hat feel, with smooth transitions between open/closed/half-open positions. With the Roland FD-9, you can play as hard as you like, as late as you want.
If you love the look and feel of your traditional acoustic bass drum, the Roland KD-A22 Kick Drum Converter lets you incorporate it into your V-Drums setup. This new trigger package fits to a standard 22-inch acoustic bass drum, giving you striking stage presence and acoustic-style feel thanks to Roland’s innovative air-damping mechanics working alongside the deep drum shell. The package includes everything you need to convert your 22-inch bass drum*—a front head, a batter head with a kick-pad sensor unit, and a 22-inch metal hoop. The KD-A22 provides stable, consistent, and accurate triggering for your setup, and is fully compatible with double kick pedals.
Practicing drums at home can feel like an uphill battle. You’ve got an electronic kit. You’re using headphones. But still there’s a problem: the sound of the kick pedal mechanism each time you depress it, and the audible thud of the beater as it strikes the kick pad. Roland’s new KT-9 Kick Trigger Pedal is the answer. Designed for ultra-quiet home practice, the KT-9 features a beaterless design and a patent-pending link mechanism, resulting in a dramatic reduction in noise when played, without compromising the pedal’s feel or the playability. With the KT-9 under your foot, you can go as hard as you like, as late as you want.
The MDS-50KV rack stand has all the features you need to get the best from Roland’s flagship TD-50KV kit. Ideal for live work, this new chrome-finish stand gives total stability with high-grip rubber feet, and greater reliability thanks to the all-metal hatched clamps. The internal trigger cable format allows faster assembly and avoids wiring tangles, while the compact and flexible design features highly adjustable pad/cymbal arms that let you set up in tight spots. And if you decide to add the KD-A22 Kick Drum Converter and a 22-inch acoustic bass drum to the TD-50KV, the drum fits nicely beneath the central horizontal bar.
Roland’s dual-ply mesh heads for V-Drums revolutionized the playability of electronic drums thanks to their adjustable tension, durability and natural playing feel. And now we’re taking the concept a step further with the PowerPly series; nine mesh heads produced by REMO Inc. ranging from 8” to 22” that let you retrofit your acoustic drums for quiet practice. When used with Roland’s RT-30 Acoustic Drum Triggers, PowerPly mesh heads can trigger a V-Drums module, enabling you to practice and experiment with various sounds while maintaining the looks and feel of your acoustic drum kit.
With exceptional trigger sensitivity, ultra-quick installation, and compatibility with the latest drum hardware, the streamlined RT-30 series sets a new standard for anyone wanting to explore hybrid drumming. Easy to install, the single-trigger RT-30H attaches securely to the metal rim of nearly any standard drum. The newly developed self-guided mount automatically sets the sensor in the optimum position against the drumhead, with no fussy mechanical adjustment needed after mounting.
With exceptional trigger sensitivity, ultra-quick installation, and compatibility with the latest drum hardware, the streamlined RT-30 series sets a new standard for anyone wanting to explore hybrid drumming. Ideal for use on snare drums, the RT-30HR supports independent head and rim triggering for playing two different sounds from the same drum. The RT-30HR also incorporates a newly developed self-guided mount that automatically sets the sensor in the optimum position against the drumhead, with no fussy mechanical adjustment needed after mounting.
With exceptional trigger sensitivity, ultra-quick installation, and compatibility with the latest drum hardware, the streamlined RT-30 series sets a new standard for anyone wanting to explore hybrid drumming. Developed specifically for use on bass drum, the RT-30K provides fast and accurate triggering in a robust unit that’s simple to install. The newly developed self-guided mount automatically sets the sensor in the optimum position against the drumhead, with no fussy mechanical adjustment needed after mounting.