#1
First off, I don't know anything about drum machine technology so don't tell me to use the SEARCHBAR.

I was wondering what I should get if I am looking to write some original tracks on bass with a drum sound. I don't want anything fancy, I just want something that has drum sounds on it, and maybe something that I can click to change the tempo or add/take out drums or cymbols. I would like it to be on the computer but I wouldn't mind if it was a pedal of sorts. (Just needs to be easy to use)

Any ideas?

BTW...I didn't post this in the Pit or in the Guitar area because I believe the Bass Players IQ is significantly higher than those people.
*Guitars:
Fender Aerodyne Bass
Schecter Stiletto Elite Bass
ESP LTD B-155 Bass
Dean Edge 8-String Bass
Ibanez AEB10E Acoustic-Electric Bass
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Midnight Guitar
#2
At my church we use this one:
http://www.music123.com/Alesis-SR-16-Stereo-Drum-Machine-705531-i1154731.Music123

It's simple, has several user preset slots and has adjustable tempo/rhythm.
You can also just search "drum machines" at your favorite music store website and see what there is.

EDIT: Thanks for the compliment, it shows that you have been here before. It's true, we bassists are generally smarter, not to mention funnier and better looking...
I have:
Acoustic B200H+B115 cab, Schecter Stiletto Custom 4, Rondo Fretless, Boss EQ-7.

Some men just want to watch the world burn. And they work at Behringer.
Last edited by samskii at Oct 27, 2008,