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FREE TM-2 with Roland TD-25 Drum Kits


Purchase a Roland TD25K, TD25KV or TD25KVX and you can claim a FREE Roland TM-2 Trigger Module worth £185.

 

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For a limited time, when you buy a Roland V-Drums TD-25K, TD-25KV or a TD-25KVX, you’ll receive a TM-2 Trigger Module worth £185 (and the cables and clamps you need to connect and mount it) FREE of charge.

Just purchase your TD-25 kit from GigGear, register your kit with Roland - https://www.roland.com/uk/td-25-offer/ - (which also activates your extended warranty) and Roland will send you the TM-2 bundle directly.

Offer runs until 31st January 2019.

Gigging drummers need options. Whether it’s the open solid punch of the kick drum, the bright overtones of a steel snare, or classic ‘808 handclaps – having the right drum sound for the music makes all the difference.

Roland’s V-Drums TD-25 series is packed with over 200 dynamic drum and percussion instruments that respond just like their acoustic counterparts, for expressive sound whether rehearsing the set, recording a session and playing at the gig. But sometimes you need extra sounds which aren’t onboard – a percussive sound on the back beat, the super low of an ‘808 kick layered over your acoustic kick, or even vocals and backing tracks that can’t be recreated on the kit.

Roland’s TM-2 Trigger Module lets you quickly fill in the gaps in your acoustic palette. The small module comes pre-loaded with drum and percussion sounds, but it can also be loaded with your own samples for maximum versatility when performing.

When used with a kit from the V-Drums TD-25 series, the TM-2 lets you layer extra sounds on the kick and snare (or on any drum/cymbal). Alternatively, just add some extra pads to expand the number of sounds available from your V-Drums kit.

The TM-2 module doesn’t only work with V-Drums either. If you’re gigging with acoustic drums, adding the TM-2 makes it easy to layer electronic sounds and samples over your acoustic drum sound, or you can even expand the number of sounds available from your acoustic kit by connecting the module to some electronic drum pads.