Roland RT-30H Acoustic Drum Trigger

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Roland RT-30H Acoustic Drum Trigger

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Roland RT-30H Acoustic Drum Trigger

 

 

The Roland RT-30H Acoustic Drum Trigger is perfect for adding electronic sounds onto an acoustic drum. This trigger provides exceptional trigger sensitivity, ultra-quick installation and compatibility with the latest drum hardware. The streamlined RT-30 series sets a new standard for anyone wanting to explore hybrid drumming. Easy to install, the single-trigger RT-30H attaches securely to the metal rim of nearly any standard drum. The newly developed self-guided mount automatically sets the sensor in the optimum position against the drumhead, with no fussy mechanical adjustment needed after mounting.

 

Features

  • Advanced head-based trigger device for playing electronic sources from acoustic drums

  • Compatible with Roland?s TM-2 Trigger Module, TD-series V-Drums sound modules, and SPD-series percussion pads

  • Installs on nearly any metal drum hoop, including the latest inward-curved hoop styles

  • Newly developed self-guided mount makes installation quick and easy

  • 10 mm lower in profile than previous designs for increased playing comfort

  • Durable fibreglass-reinforced ABS body and secure mounting mechanism for dependable operation

  • Side-mounted trigger output jack for improved cable management

  • TRS connection cable included

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  • Model: RT-30H
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€79.00
Ex Tax: €64.23
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