The 6-piece KT3 digital drum set from KAT Percussion is the "big brother" edition of the widely acclaimed KT2, This kit features large 11" white floor tom and snare drum pads, a larger 12" hi-hat cymb... Read More
The 6-piece KT3 digital drum set from KAT Percussion is the "big brother" edition of the widely acclaimed KT2, This kit features large 11" white floor tom and snare drum pads, a larger 12" hi-hat cymbal, two 12" crash cymbals, a 14" ride cymbal with an all-new bell trigger and most importantly, a new library of amazing, high quality sounds.
The built-in general MIDI sound card includes a variety of play-along songs that are both fun and challenging to play. The sophisticated kt3 sound module includes 45 pre-configured drum sets, 25 user-programmable drum sets, 100 built-in play along songs, and 550 studio-quality drum, cymbal, DJ, EFX, and percussion sounds.
The kt3 module has as much connectivity as you have come to expect from a KAT kit. A pair of 1/4" stereo output jacks accommodate direct recording and mixer amplification. A stereo input jack allows you to plug in your mp3 player so you can play-along and practice to your favorite tunes.
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I purchased an electric kit from a start up Canadian company. i was going to buy another Roland but my local guy suggested I try this first. At first I wan't happy with the middle of the road KT2 and when I asked for a return the asked me if I would instead try the new KT3 which is a phenominal electric drum kit. Further more this company stands by their product. I highly recomend them no matter your experience level!
I recently bought the Kat 3 Pro electronic drum set. I only paid $800 for it so I thought I got a good deal but having the set a week now it leaves a lot to be desired. I like the rack and the way it looks, the three boom cymbals, the two floor toms, the bigger trigger pads for the snare and floor toms but the sound quality of the module isn't there, there is not one dry drum sound in the module and anyone that has mixed a live band knows where that's going all the sounds are these ringy long sustainable sounds that you can not adjust, it seems to be geared more for hip hop and rap drummers than pop or rock. I have a Yahama Dxpress set from the 90's so I am using that brain, the sounds are of much better quality. Two of the the 8in" drum pads are all ready not working properly the are intermittent. I sent in the warranty. I have sent them emails to there "costumer service" about replacing the pads but have received no reply. If this is their Pro Set I shutter to think about the cheaper ones. In short unless you can buy this set very cheaply and are prepared to start buying pads for it then stay away from it, save up your money and buy a Yahama DTX 562 or better and add some more pads to it. A J
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