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E-Drum Do-It-Yourself: Acoustic to Electronic Conversions

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This kit's conversion cost a total of $1,537.50. However, if you don't need a fancy module like the TD-12 used in this conversion, you could spend as low as $537. This is equivelant to:

(1) Roland TD-6S V-Tour Kit(Details)
(about 4) Roland KD-120 12" Kick Trigger
(1) TD-20 Module

So, by paying 1.5 grand, you're buying a 5-piece, 4-cymbal conversion kit (remember you still have the cost of a used acoustic drum kit), using a module just a step less than the top-of-the-line TD-20, which costs the whole conversion. Plus, you get to have fun with the conversion and experiment!


The cost breaks up like this:
NOTE: Actual prices will vary. This chart should only be used as a GUIDE. Don't assume prices are the same or items are, without a doubt, available. These are the MAJOR costs, you may have to slightly alter your existing kit to compensate for a few of these items (cymbal mounts, etc)

Item(s)
Price (total)
Mesh heads:
(1) 10" (1) 12" (3) 14"
$170

(1) 1/4" Jack
(15) 2" Piezo Element
(8) 1/4" Jack
(4) 2.3" by 1.3" Project Box

$35

(1) 50k Slide Potentiometer

$1

(1) 10" Pintech Practice Cymbal (Splash)
(2) 14" Pintech Practice Cymbal (Crashes)
(1) 16" Pintech Practice Cymbal (Ride)

$55

(1) Roland TD-12 Module

$1100

(11) 10' Hosa Stereo Cable

$100

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