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Electronic drum kit & set
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The Alesis Crimson II Kit is a Nine-piece electronic drum kit featuring exclusive Alesis mesh drum heads that delivers the perfect feel and expression. It features an 8-inch kick, 12-inch dual-zone snare, two 8-inch dual-zone rack toms and a 10-inch dual-zone floor tom, along with a 12-inch hi-hat with pedal, two 12-inch crashes with choke and 14-inch triple-zone ride. A premium quick lock chrome 4-post rack with separate double-braced snare stand keeps everything solidly anchored, no matter how hard you play.
The included Crimson II Drum Module features 74 drum kits (54 factory + 20 user) with over 671 sounds and 120 play-along tracks built-in. To further sharpen your skill, there’s a built-in metronome, real time recorder, and 1/8-inch input for playing along with your mobile device, so you’ll be ready for the studio or stage. There is also a stereo pair of 1/4-inch outputs, headphone output, and a USB-MIDI output for triggering your favorite virtual instrument plugins.


Ref : 94603
- 8" Mesh Kick Pad
- 12" Dual-Zone Mesh Snare Pad
- 8" Dual-Zone Mesh Tom Pads (X2)
- 10" Dual-Zone Mesh Tom Pad
- DMPad 12" Hi-Hat
- DMPad 12" Crashes with Choke (X2)
- DMPad 14" Triple-Zone Ride
- DMHat Pedal
- Premium 4-Post Quick Lock Chrome Rack
- Snare Stand
- Cable Snake
- Cable for Crash 2
- Drum Key
- Power Supply
- Module User Guide
- Kit Assembly Guide
- Safety & Warranty Manual
- Crimson II Sound Module

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