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Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset  

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The ddrum DD1 electronic drum set is a five-piece configuration that includes four single-zone pads, snare, cymbals , and hi-hat controller pedal and pad. An aux-in jack and USB connectivity enable yo... Click To Read More About This Product

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The ddrum DD1 electronic drum set is a five-piece configuration that includes four single-zone pads, snare, cymbals , and hi-hat controller pedal and pad. An aux-in jack and USB connectivity enable you to play along with an MP3 player, while an onboard metronome helps you hone your rhythm. Module has a vast selection of 215 ddrum quality drum and percussion sounds, plus 20 preset kits, 10 user programmable kits and 50 preset songs.

Features
  • ddrum module
  • Crash cymbal pad
  • Ride cymbal pad
  • Hi-hat controller pedal
  • Four single-zone drum pads
  • Kick drum pad with stand
  • Solid rack system
  • Aux in
  • Module has 218 total sounds
  • 40 acc. snare drums
  • 12 elec. snare drums
  • 42 acc toms
  • 24 elec. toms
  • 22 cymbals
  • 14 hi hats
  • 64 misc perc
Warranty
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One year parts and labor warranty on all Nord and Ddrum products with the exception of 30 day warranty on drum triggers.


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DdrumDD1 Electronic Drumset
 
2.8

(based on 20 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great sound (4)
  • Responsive (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very Happy with the DD1

To start off with, I am very happy with this product, and just as happy with guitar center! I have been drumming on an acoustic set since I was about 16, but I...Read complete review

To start off with, I am very happy with this product, and just as happy with guitar center! I have been drumming on an acoustic set since I was about 16, but I moved to Boston a few years ago, and wasn't able to bring my real set due to size and obvious noise contraints. I have finally been able to make this purchase and couldn't be happier. First off, it's not a "real" drumset, and will never feel like one. It's an obvious step up from a rock band set, but it's not going to feel like drumheads, and you won't feel the impact from the cymbals... but you know that already. I think the sound is great, and it's pretty decently customizable. If you don't need all three toms, position one a little differently and make it a second crash cymbal; it's very easy and works great. The build quality is really solid. It's a mostly plastic set, but it's that great kind of plastic, not the chinsy kind. While you will play the electronic set differently, it feels as though it is able to take some punishment. I have mine set up to input an ipod into the auxiliary input, and headphones out, so I can easily play along with songs, while independently adjusting the volume of the music and of the drums. I'll be honest, when you have the volume equalized, I oftentimes can't tell if the drums are the ipod or me, that's how good the sound can be. Plus, the heads are pressure sensitive, so if you hit it softly, it will be quieter... that is absolutely necessary, and it works well. A few points (that are probably obvious to most): 1.) to plug most headphones in, you will need an adapter to take your 1/8" headphones to fit into the 1/4" input, same for the auxiliary jack. All the inputs and outputs are 1/4" 2.) make sure you have a piece of carpet or something underneath the set. I'm playing on hardwood, and haven't actually gotten my piece of carpet yet, and the kick and hi-hat pedals will slide around on you, and will transfer your force into noise in the floor, but that is a very simple fix. (that I have yet to do!!) The reason for only 4 stars and not 5? In some cases, while on a doublet or a triplet roll, it won't pick up every hit on the snare or hi-hat. It will get most, but there are a few times it will miss some, and that can be slightly bothersome. If you're a beginner, that probably won't be an issue in any way, and if you're not, it still isn't THAT big of a deal. Don't hesitate. If you're on the fence, buy it! Plus the red really does look pretty cool, if that matters to you! Elliot

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

ddrum dd1, err... Medeli DD505 / Fame, Legacy, Black Mamba

Sound Quality= all samples are 22Khz samples at 16bit. In 2010/2011 you can find 24bit samples in most of your Alesis/Yamaha/Roland kits. The latency is the highest i have ever...Read complete review

Sound Quality= all samples are 22Khz samples at 16bit. In 2010/2011 you can find 24bit samples in most of your Alesis/Yamaha/Roland kits. The latency is the highest i have ever heard in an electronic kit, even higher than an old Simmons Analog set using Piezo triggers. As stated in another review, even a baby can tell that there is a gap between when you strike the head and actually hear the module product a sound. Tears being to well up in a drummers eyes after an 8th note roll puts out 1/4 notes at best....
If you have played any of the Fame, Legacy, Medeli, Black Mamba, or other cheap edrum kits then you have played the ddrum dd1. Sadly, the once heralded ddrum name has been taped on the side of a cheap Chinese import product. If anyone knows anything about edrums, please stay away, please...i beg of you. This is nothing like a yamaha, roland, alesis or ddrum 2,3,4,4se product. This is a beginner kit for someone interested in making noise when a stick hits a skin, seriously. This review is not a joke, this product is a great starter kit for someone unfamiliar with edrums. But, if you want a ddrum product, do not make the purchase even if the price is appealling. The pads are the same plastic pads every importer is including with their kits and nothing makes these unique, other than the red paint job. This is the same kit you find at walmart with first act labelled on them. I wish i could provide an upbeat review, but this is a poor sounding, inexpensive Chinese import. Any of the other reviews that claim this sounds good have yet to hear a drum module, this is the same garbage the Fame module includes that sells on late-night t.v. mail order shows not joking guys... Very sad, ddrum once was the premier edrum products in the WORLD!!!
Seriously. If you drop this, the plastic casing will crack.
Value is not too bad, Under $600 for a full edrum set is the correct price point.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not worth it...

By JimmyReynoldsOfficial

from Demopolis, AL

About Me Experienced

Pros

    Cons

    • Cheap Feel
    • Not Sensitive
    • Poorly Made

    Best Uses

      Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

      I've been playing for a little over 33 years and owned all sort of drums. From TAMA, OCDP, Ludwig....you name it. I bought this little kit because of the price reduction and because my old Roland TD5 was on it's last leg.....I thought. So I purchased this ddrum about a year and a half ago mainly to just practice with so as to not disturb my wife. Needless to say it didn't take more than about 2 weeks to drag out my Roland again and hook it up and cast this thing to the depths of my storage shed. The pads are cheaply made. They actually feel more like a thin sheet of rubber draped across a hoop and stretched. The latency is atrocious. I could probably hit the snare, go make a sandwich and it'll finally make a sound. Ok, maybe that was an exaggeration but you get the point. Every drummer hits the rim by accident sometimes, but I found myself checking to see if I chipped plastic off when I did on this one. If you're looking for a pad that has stick bounce.....look elsewhere. See my comment about the cheaply made pads. No response. Forget trying to do a single stroke roll. It ain't happenin' cap'n! Want 16th notes to sound like 8th notes? Here's your edrum!! All of this to simply say that from a company that USED to be top of the line in edrums, they really let us down with this one. I plan on selling mine but I don't know if I can screw some poor drummer like I got screwed. Maybe I'll find a use for it one day.......at least the tubing.

       
      1.0

      I would not recommend you buying it

      By Luke

      from California

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

        Cons

        • Falls apart easily
        • Poorly Made

        Best Uses

        • Small Venues

        Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

        I must have gotten a lemon. 1st of all, I must say, I only play this once a week for only 35mins.
        16months after I bought this set, the rod holding the control, snare & hi-hat kept falling apart. After I contacted the manufacturer, I was told to switch the rod holding the floor tom-tom. Still the same problem.
        Don't buy

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Simpily the best for price out there.

        By Jay

        from Rialto,Ca

        About Me Experienced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Great Sound
        • Huge Tone
        • Responsive
        • Sensitive
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

            the thing I like best about the DD one is you can plug in you!r mp3 adjust the volume separately from your druM volume and play at the same time

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great Kit for the price!

            By RudiM

            from Chicago, IL

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Great Sound
            • Responsive

            Cons

            • Limited Ride Selection
            • Poor Ride Cymbal Selectio

            Best Uses

            • Accompaniment

            Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

            Haven't had this kit very long, but for the recent price reduction it was a good buy to get into electronic drums.
            Everything went together well, only issue was the snare arm rotating, but the issue was resolved by tightening the support clamp and not the pad mount.Haven't noticed latency mentioned in other review; even feeding my amp through a mixer. Overall the kit is pretty sturdy for being plastic. Remember to tighten all the clamps after you have everything positioned as you like.The only drawback is the lack of a good Ride Cymbal selection.
            Also, these are single zone pads and not a high end Roland kit. You get what you pay for! Great starter set.

            (14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            DONT WAISTE YOUR MONEY

            By Ben

            from Kansas City, KS

            Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

            These were awesome for about 60 days. Then I started to get double taps with my symbols. Ive changed all of my settings, from sensitivity to rejection with no luck. at this point, one of them barley works at all, and now a second pad only works about half the time. I've been in contact with Ddrum, and those are the only settings that can be adjusted to help with that problem. I havent heard back from them about warranty possibilities. There were other reviews saying that the symbols were problematic before i bought the set, but i figured they just had bad luck and a DDrum product would be better than the reviews were saying. THEY ARE NOT. Im as beginner as one can be, and play very lighlty with 7A sticks. They stopped working anyway. Now, even with heavy laminate 5B's, they wont pick up half of my strokes.

            (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Did not meet my expectations

            By KWinChatt

            from Chattanooga, Tennessee

            About Me Experienced

            Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

            I used to play drums many years ago, and decided a modest electronic set would be a good way to get back into playing. I liked the idea of using earphones and being able to set the sounds like I wanted, however this kit is fairly limited.

            I did not find a pre-set kit where I liked all the sounds, so a friend (who is a professional drummer) and I started with the best and started tweaking. I will say that the drum sounds are pretty good, the hi-hat and crash adequate, but the ride cymbal was very limited. I did not like that there was no way variation on where you played the cymbal - you couldn't play near the edge and get a different sound if you played near the bell. I also did not like that there was no option to dampen the cymbals. I had seen this feature on a more "advanced" kit, and I realize that the price-point is a factor, but there should have, at minimum, been more cymbal tone options.

            Regarding the construction. It is lightweight, which I liked, and it was easy to set up, however I feel that the clamping system could easily break. When my friend and I were toying with the set up, the snare kept slipping downward, despite my many attempts to tighten it. Being that those parts are plastic, too much torque will cause it to crack in no time.

            So, in short, I am in the process of returning this kit. I wish I had liked it better. It looks great, and even though the price was reasonable, because I don't love it, I know I won't play it, and then, no matter how much money I did or didn't spend, it would be wasted money. I'm giving another kit a try, and I will review it as soon as I have it and play with it.

             
            4.0

            Pretty Good

            By AnthonyW&theG's

            from Chicago

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Good Beginner Kit
            • Great Sound
            • Pads Dont Wear Out

            Cons

            • Bass Drum Not Sensitive
            • Cymbals Break Down

            Best Uses

            • At home
            • Demo Recordings

            Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

            I bought this pretty much a year ago, I was mostly new to drumming and I like this kit because it helped me advance. Definitely for beginners. I say that because I use it to jam with my band and I hit pretty hard. Somewhere along the line I wrecked the hi hat plug in, and it was an easy duck tape fix but now my crash cymbal is starting to do the same. The pads can take a beating, they still are in good condition. Overall its a good mostly beginner drum kit. It is also a major plus when it comes to controlling noise while you can also hook it to a good amp and get really nice sound from it.

            (8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            pretty,but......

            By strumdrummer

            from Glenview, Il

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Responsive

            Cons

            • Limited Sound Selection
            • Poor Quality Sound

            Best Uses

              Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

              I liked the look of this set, but the plastic rims get in the way, and are very loud if you mis-hit. When I got mine all set up, I found that the hi-hat only worked in the closed position. Now I find myself having to deal with Ddrum, since I got nowhere with musicians friend,who should be taking care of this for me......

              (2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              i would buy this product again and again

              By Solid

              from Las Piedras, PR

              About Me Experienced

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Fidelity
              • Great Sound
              • Huge Tone
              • Responsive
              • Sensitive
              • Versatile

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Church Groupl

                Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

                No coments

                (29 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                Horrible save your money

                By randy dunn

                from Ohio

                Comments about Ddrum DD1 Electronic Drumset:

                The symbols have no response. Snare is dull and misses strokes. The toms are strong as well as the bass.
                I bought this kit. What a waste of money. I beg of you do,t buy. Now I must try to sell to move on

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