The musical expressitivity of DTX-MULTI 12 Electronic Drum pad can be expanded by adding foot pedals. Whether it's a hi-hat controller for hi-hat open/close, a volume pedal to control your mix, or a footswitch for tapping-tempo off the dance floor - the DTX-MULTI 12 does all this and more.
Trigger your imagination - The DTX-MULTI 12 lets you import your own custom sounds and samples and assign them to a pad or trigger for live performance. The memory is FLASH, so samples stay in the unit through a power-cycle, so they will be ready when you power-up at the gig.
Get to know the DTX-MULTI 12 with a tour of the front panel and a look "inside" the hierarchal menu system with product specialist Tom Griffin. Unlock all of the DTX-MULTI 12's power and see how the instrument offers multiple solutions for today's working drummer/percussionist.
Most electronic drum kits use a standard configuration: kick, snare, three toms, hi-hat, crash, and ride. With Yamaha DTX drums there are many ways to upgrade and expand your kit, from adding an extra tom or cymbal, to increasing the size of a pad.
The DTX790K is a kit configuration that uses the pad set and rack from the DTX900K with the DTX700 drum trigger module. The DTX700 has preset trigger setups for the DTX700K and DTX750K. To get the maximum expression from the DTX-PADS you should create a User Trigger Setup.
A Kit for Every DrummerWith 10 programmable drum kits, 10 drum practice exercises plus a suite of interactive support APPS - the DTX400 series is great for not just for beginners but for drummers of any level.