Yamaha Electronic Drum and Cymbal Pad Set for the DTX562K Kit

BH #YADTP562 • MFR #DTP562
Yamaha
Key Features
  • Two PCY135 Edge, Bow, Cup 13" Cymbal Pad
  • XP80 Open and Closed Rim Shot 8" DTX-Pad
  • Three XP70 7" DTX-Pad for Toms
  • KP65 Kick Pad
The Yamaha Electronic Drum and Cymbal Pad Set for the DTX562K Kit consists of two 3-zone PCY135 13" cymbal ride pads, one 3-zone XP80 8" DTX-pad for snare, one 3-zone RHH135 13" hi-hat pad, three XP70 7" DTX-pads for toms, one HS650A hi-hat stand, and one KP65 kick pad. These components go with a Yamaha RS502 rack, and connect to a Yamaha DTX502 drum module to provide you with a versatile electronic drum kit.
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Expected availability: Jan 01, 2021
$1,349.99

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Yamaha Electronic Drum and Cymbal Pad Set for the DTX562K Kit

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Yamaha DTP562 Overview

The Yamaha Electronic Drum and Cymbal Pad Set for the DTX562K Kit consists of two 3-zone PCY135 13" cymbal ride pads, one 3-zone XP80 8" DTX-pad for snare, one 3-zone RHH135 13" hi-hat pad, three XP70 7" DTX-pads for toms, one HS650A hi-hat stand, and one KP65 kick pad. These components go with a Yamaha RS502 rack, and connect to a Yamaha DTX502 drum module to provide you with a versatile electronic drum kit.

Innovations to this series of electronic drum kit include pads designed from laser analysis of live drumming to provide a more natural response, 3-zone choke-able ride and crash cymbals, a three-zone hi-hat, and a 3-zone snare. The cymbals are capable of edge, bow, and cup hits. The snare is capable of head, open rim, and closed rim shots. Additionally, the snare has been redesigned and constructed out of textured small bubble foamed silicone for improved feel and playability.

UPC: 086792972947

Yamaha DTP562 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight53.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)30 x 20 x 20"
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