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RockJam Electronic Roll Up MIDI Drum Kit with Built in Speakers, Foot Pedals, Drumsticks, and Power Supply
- Drum pads provide realistic expression; similar sounds to a non-electric drum kit
- 9 drums pads with variety of sounds: Crash cymbal, high tom, Snare, open/close hi-hat, low floor tom, low-mid to, ride cymbal
- USB MIDI connection enables musician to upload beats to computer
- Thick pad can be rolled easily to make travel easier
- Necessary Accessories included: Two Pedals. Power Supply, and Drumsticks; built in speakers
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- Crash Cymbal
- High Tom
- Open/Close Hi-Hat
- Low Floor Tom
- Low Mid
- Ride Cymbal
The Affordable MIDI Rolling Drum Kit You Have Been Waiting For!
A great gift for any budding musician
The RockJam MIDI Rolling Drum Kit is a great value, and comes with everything a drummer needs to get started. This beautiful and incredibly useful kit is small, yet sturdy and quick to set up. And with 9 sound pads and 2 pedals, a beginning drummer will be ready to jam in no time! The sounds module replicates every sound or beat a drummer might need, making this the perfect kit to practice hard, while still keeping things quiet.
USB MIDI Connection
USB MIDI connection enables musician to upload beats to a computer. A budding digital musician will love this feature as it adds a whole different dimension to playing and customizing music.
Roll the Drum Pads
Take the kit on the road and store it quite easily.
Play Loud or Quiet
Comes with speakers. In addition, you can plug it into external speakers. In case you don’t want music blasting you can plug in non-included headphones.
Save money by plugging the drum kit into the wall. Most affordable drum kits do not come with power supply.
Connect your Phone
Add music from your phone to create a richer, more layered sound.
These solid wood drum sticks are engineered for maximum durability and sound reproduction.
|Roll-Up MIDI Electric Drum Set||Roll-up Electric Drum Set|
|Number of Drum Pads||9||10|
|Number of Drum Styles||7||7|
|Number of Kick Pedals||2||2|
|Comes with USB MIDI?||Yes!||No|
|Maximum Record Notes||336||336|
|Comes with Drumsticks?||Yes||Yes|
|Comes with Built-in-Speakers?||Yes!||No|
|Comes with Power Supply?||Yes||Yes|
|Does it Roll-Up?||Yes||Yes|
|Comes with AUX Input Cable?||Yes||Yes|
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|Item Dimensions||12.8 x 16.6 x 2.4 in||2.36 x 17.32 x 11.02 in||10.6 x 15 x 1 in||12.72 x 17.91 x 17.91 in|
Take your drumming skills on the road with the Rock Jam MIDI Rolling drum kit. Included in the Super Kit is a thick padded rollup drum kit that features 9 drums and cymbal pads with many different sounds, two pedals that emulate a real drum kit, power supply that saves money with batteries, and drum sticks. It features a USB MIDI connection, which is a must have for musicians that want to add extra flair to their recorded tracks, built-in speakers, a record function so your best beats can be remembered. Unlike many electronic drum sets, the Rock Jam drum kit can be rolled up so you can easily take it with you on the road. The Rock Jam Portable Rolling Drum Kit is a great first drum set as it emulates a real drum set while barely taking any space or making too much noise.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a toy. It is not a tool for someone who plays the drums. The sticks are not full size drum sticks, but are significantly shorter. They are very light and don't feel smooth. The drum pad itself is quite a bit smaller than I expected. The sound, described on the product page as "similar" to a nonelectric drum kit, is not at all realistic. I guess you could call it similar the way recorder sounds similar to a flute. One of the cymbals sounds nothing like any kind of real cymbal. The cord is very short, only three feet or so.
We immediately noticed a strange sort of feedback on this kit. When my son hits a pad, there's a noticeable high pitched beep immediately after. It's present on all of the pads as well as the pedals.
You know those little keyboards that have some programmed songs we all had as kids? The ones you'd use to annoy your parents by playing Jingle Bells in barking dog voices? This is the drum equivalent of that.
Looking for a toy to pretend to play drums on? This is fine for that. If you are looking for an experience that is anything like actually playing the drums, this is not going to give it to you. I would not at all recommend this as an alternative to any kind of actual electronic drum pad set up and certainly not as an alternative to a drum kit.
There is also a demo mode where you can hear different genre's of drum beats and a tempo button to increase or decrease the tempo of the beat. There are also buttons to record and play the beats that you make. What none of the buttons have is an indicator light telling you what level the volume is on, which type of drum you are using, what style of music is being demo'd etc...
Because this set does not include speakers you have you source your own. It comes with a 3.5mm cable so you can connect speakers. This is where my angst over this product comes in. I tried 2 different speakers and neither would play the sounds coming from this kit. Both speakers work fine on their own, just not with this kit. I tried using the AUX cable that came with the kit and I tried using their own cords...nada.
It does work with earphones though which is fine if you are playing to yourself and not wanting to disturb others, but I wanted to play out in the open but I can't. You also have the ability to play along with music on your cell phone which is pretty cool, but again you can't play out loud - only with your head phones.
Here's a tip I did since I am a beginner, I pulled up YouTube where there is a ton of beginner drum lessons and was able to practice what was taught while listening through my ear phones.
Something that is small, but what I would put on the wish list for second generation is on the back of the power source each section is labeled, but in order to read what it says you have to turn the whole unit around. Since this set is easily bendable it would be nice if the writing were viewable when you bent it forward. I'm not sure I explained that clearly so I included some pictures so you see what I mean.
I must say they packed a lot of different sounds in the small kit enough to keep anyone busy and the sounds are really true-to-life. I would've done a video review so you could hear it, but speaker option doesn't work. If it were not for that, this would've been a 5 star review.