Author Topic: Trigger IO / Pro X Hi-Hat  (Read 244 times)

Offline ZergeiW72

Trigger IO / Pro X Hi-Hat
« on: July 07, 2018, 06:36:48 AM »
Do they work flawlessly together ? or are they extremely hard to set up ?

Current owner of Trigger IO .
Potential buyer of Pro X Hi-Hat .

At the moment I have a Roland FD-8 High-Hat / Pedal as my HH-Controller ;
Is there much of a difference in the "feel" / playability of the forementioned HH-Controllers ?

/ zW .

Offline Hellfire

Re: Trigger IO / Pro X Hi-Hat
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2018, 09:47:35 AM »
Do they work flawlessly together ? or are they extremely hard to set up ?

Current owner of Trigger IO .
Potential buyer of Pro X Hi-Hat .

At the moment I have a Roland FD-8 High-Hat / Pedal as my HH-Controller ;
Is there much of a difference in the "feel" / playability of the forementioned HH-Controllers ?

/ zW .

Hi ZergeiW72,

Welcome to the forum. I removed one of your topics since it was exactly the same as this one. In the future please DO NOT post the same topic in multiple sections. It will not get an answer any quicker by doing so, and it adds unwanted clutter to the forum itself. Which in turn messes with the search function. Again, welcome to the forum.

HF
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