They're virtually hollow under a woven head, a design that provides optimal stick response while deadening most stick noise and retaining a high rebound acoustic feel. Compatible with all trigger modu... Read More
They're virtually hollow under a woven head, a design that provides optimal stick response while deadening most stick noise and retaining a high rebound acoustic feel. Compatible with all trigger modules, including those with advanced features. 10". 2-zone snare.
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I own 4 Pintech ConcertCast pads - one 10" dual zone that I use for a snare and three 10" single zones. I find them to be very quiet acoustically, extremely sturdy and very sensitive. They feel good to play, although not entirely like an acoustic drum, but then I'm an edrummer, and I like the feel of these. I like the external adjustment knobs - very handy for changes without having to use your module. I suspect that the reviewer that found his less responsive than his other pads may not have tried tightening the head. I preferred my Pintechs to my Roland PD-85 and to my 10" Hart Acupad, but also keep in mind you can change the bounce/rebound not only by adjusting the head tension but also by changing to another brand's head as Pintech, Roland and Hart mesh heads all have their own unique feel. Overall I've found my Pintech ConcertCasts to be sturdy, look great, fun to play, responsive and a great value.
GC was blowing these out on a clearance so i picked up a 12" and 2 10" for an amazing price. with some slight messing around with my hardware (yamaha pads have horizontal mounts-these require vertical) i was off and running. proper sensitivity is a matter of adjusting the output on the pad AND the module input-you should be able to get exactly the sensitivity you need. these pads and Superior 2.0 have turned my affordable e-kit into a respectable instrument.
These Pintech Pads are pretty good but not quite as good as the Roland in my opinion. The PDX-8 is cheaper and works better. I bought a PDX-8 to replace my Pintech Snare cause it did not compare to my Roland PD-80 Toms. Now the Pintech is pretty good, but just slightly behind the Roland and I couldn't have a snare that felt less responsive than my Toms...
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