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Alesis DM10 Studio Kit Six-Piece Professional Electronic Drum Set

by Alesis
94 customer reviews
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  • Premium electronic drumset with DM10 high-definition drum module
  • High-definition sound library of uncompressed samples from real drums and cymbals expandable via USB/MIDI for controlling software instruments and modules
  • Exclusive Dynamic Articulation technology changes the drum timbre with changes in playing dynamics for hyper-realistic feel
  • RealHead snare, tom and kick pads use real mylar heads for authentic sticking and rebound
  • Dual-zone 8-Inch and 10-Inch pads, and Triple-zone ride cymbal exponentially expand expressive playing freedom
  • DM10 drum module features mix input for practicing with an external audio source, on-board mixer lets you dial in the perfect drum levels
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Product Description

DM10 Studio Kit Professional Six-Piece Electronic Drum Set


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 47 x 12.8 inches ; 70.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 73.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0038YX39U
  • Item model number: DM10STUDIOKIT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,515 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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130 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Will E V on June 25, 2011
I am a long time drummer and will always prefer acoustic drums; however, edrums do provide excellent practice and recording opportunities. Having a wife and young son and being busy with work and life, I usually only get a chance to practice late at night. For years I just couldn't practice on the kit but then I got into edrums (note, I still gig on acoustic kits). I started with a Pintech kit that had a module from Pintech (EZ)- I moved to an Alesis D4, then a Yamaha DTX2.0 and then a Roland TD6V- the kit was nice for practice, but I was never satisfied with the way ghost notes were expressed (etiher no sound at all or way too loud even when striking very softly). I also found the mesh head too boncey to use for a practice kit, but that is my personal opion- many people love mesh heads (they are quieter, feel good, and can be much easier to play faster). Since I use an ekit to practice I really don't want it to be easier to play faster - I don't want to try to execute something on a gig (while I'm playing acoustics) and find that I can't really do it on a straight up kit.
I had a lot of experience with Alesis' D4 and DM5 modules and knew that they were solid (there are still guys using D4 with acoustic triggers- they really are solid units). WHen the DM10 came out I was very interested- especially given the price.
I needed to replace some components on my ekit (frankenkit) and decided that it was time to move to a new kit altogether. When Aleis came out with the DM10 Studio 2011 (four leg rack) I new it was time to pull the trigger- then when it went on sale a couple weeks ago (down to an incredible $799) there was no way I could NOT buy it (the module itself is $699, which I think is a great price for what you get).
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ray on October 14, 2014
I've had my eye on the Alesis Dm10 for a couple of years, the price has come down a bit and I was finally read to dish out a good chunk of change for a solid investment. I've been playing drums on and off for 15 years and owned many kits, both acoustic and electric. This is by far the most versatile kit you can get for the money. This can do everything that an acoustic drum set can do, but a lot more quietly (or just as loud if you'd like it to).

Let's start from the ground up.

Unboxing.
It comes shipped to your door in a very large box, it weighs 73 pounds I think. I took pictures of the box before I opened it because it was beat up, UPS sucks. Despite the box being mangled a bit, all of the contents appeared to be in great condition, Alesis has it professionally packed. There is a 0% chance you could get all of the components back into the same box once you take the drum set out and set it up though, don't even try it. I didn't have any problems, once it was set up, it worked like a charm.

Setup.
My recommendation is to put the box in a different room than where you intend to set the drum set up, there are a ton of pieces and it could be a mess with all of the boxes. Every single component is individually wrapped, I took them all out of their packaging and laid them out near where the drum set was going to be setup. The directions suck a little bit, but you should be fine as long as you aren't an idiot. A lot of the frame pieces look the same and they aren't numbered or lettered, just pay attention to how many connecting brackets there are on each piece. The two main supports for the center of the frame are identical, except one has 4 brackets and one has 3. The one with 4 is the side you attach the snare to.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Pavoncello on December 12, 2012
I bought this kit a couple weeks ago and so far, and if I could sum it up in one sentence, you get what you pay for. I paid $740 after tax total for this kit with Black Friday savings. This is what I have experienced with this set so far.

-Not much in terms of directions for set up. However piecing everything together is not very difficult from the pictures they have. It might take you a half an hour+ to put together.

-Make sure you go online to the Alesis site and get ALL of the latest firmware updates.

-The kit, AFTER all the firmware, sound, etc. updates is still not perfect. There's still a little bit of crosstalk and you must tweek some of your crosstalk and sensitivity settings a bit. There is a terrible crosstalk issue between the snare head and rim that results in the snare "missing hits". THIS IS RESOLVED by turning the Zone CrossTalk up all the way and the other CrossTalk settings all the way down to 0. This is not a CLEAR solution, as the other XTalk settings must be down all the way, and I only founding by searching through their forums.

-Read your manual, specifically XTalk settings, sensitivity, retrigger, threshold, velocity, and layers. In order to tweak your kit specifically, you must be familiar with these settings. If you're a "figure it out" kinda guy like me, I have one piece of advice. DONT. DO NOT. LET IT GO. At least for these drums.

-This kit does have a large variety of instrument samples and kits, but it's hard to come by studio sounding drums and cymbals. The vast majority of the kits already on the drums are there to SHOWCASE VARIETY in their sounds. If you want to start jamming to some rock or metal right out of the box, you will have to build a kit first if you want to be satisfied.
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