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The PD-108 V-Pad from Roland is a 10" mesh head designed as a tom pad the V-Drums TD-30KV electronic drum set. It features an advanced rim sensor for enhanced dynamics and rim-shot depth plus an exchangeable black-chrome shell wrap. When used with the TD-9, TD-12 or TD-20 sound module, both sensors fire simultaneously for a more accurate representation of the interaction between the head, rim and strike of your sticks.
The PD-108 features a two-way mount holder which enables vertical or horizontal mounting on a Roland MDS series stand or pipe tom stand. The outer shell features an attractive synthetic material with an authentic brushed-metal appearance. However, its look can be easily changed with optional blue or red brushed-metal wraps (available separately).
Advanced V-Pad sensor construction captures impact strength, stick position, and stroke interval
Sensors detect the slightest nuances of your performance and transmit precise performance data to the module
The radial sensor-frame detects hits near the hoop and interacts with the center sensor in a uniform fashion
The sensor precisely senses your performance information during rim shots and cross-stick performances
Mesh heads and rubber coated rims are acoustically quiet for private practice
Customize your look with exchangeable covers in metallic red or blue (sold separately)
The lugs float independently from the shell, so the covers can be easily changed
In the Box
Roland PD-108 V-Pad 10" (Black Chrome)
Table of Contents
Two: head and rim
Acceptable Rod Diameters
0.35 x 0.45" (9 to 11.5mm)
Usable Pipe Size
Optional Shell Wrap Kits Available Separately: Blue Brushed Metal: CV-20KX-BU Red Brushed Metal: CV-20KX-RD
Dual Mount: Vertical Rods in Roland's MDS Series Horizontal Pipe Systems on Commercially Available Tom Stands