If you guys aren't planning on being a professional drummer[or maybe you are, just on a budget!] then this is for you. I had heavily thought about getting a cheap travel-size acoustic drum set to have in my [rather small] room, but I remembered the whole Rock Band drums thing. You simply spend 80 bucks on the drums only, and hook it up to your pc and download this thing from Andrew Rudson dot com and you've got a VST drum machine! I wonder if this will work with the Drums From Hell VST? Anyone who's done this yet to confirm? I plan to buy one 2 weeks from now. I can't wait to be drumming away!

This is not advertising in any way by purpose attempt, this is to inform UGers of the ability to play drums for cheap when you just want to screw around. I am no way affiliated with Andrew Rudson or Rock Band.
I got some good guitars, yo.
i wonder if they'll do one for the guitar hero drum set thats coming out.
that actually has symbols..lol
3 drums, 2 cymbals and the bass drum. sounds overall better to me. lol
if thats true thats pretty cool

im happy to compose my drum tracks on guitar pro tho....as i don't play drums
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ESP LTD F-2005
Laney VH100R *with free cab*
Roland Cube 60
Cort Acoustic
rhythm rascal is what i use lol
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.

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^The Guitar Hero drums thing sounds sweet. But the software is programmable so if you want to have all drums or just snare and cymbols you can. But what I think is that you could simply record with just the 5 hits and then just dub over with whatever you're missing.
I got some good guitars, yo.
Rock band drums are only 4 pads with a kick...
I just could never play such a small set....

Theres always the Roland V-Drums. They may not be low in price but they sound top notch.
just stay away from the new mini set that came out a while ago.
as for the TD9, it sounds amazing...very similar to the TD12 and 20 modules.