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Yamaha DTX760K 9-Piece Electronic Drum Set

This kit provides greater freedom in setting and a realistic drumming experience. Not only can you perform using the high-quality internal sounds, you can also connect to a computer for use as the optimal VST instrument controller.


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The DTX760K offers drummers the benefits and luxury of using all 3-zone DTX-PADs in a more affordable kit. Utilizing the same real hi-hat controller, and large 3-zone choke-able cymbals as the 900 series, this configuration provides a realistic and comfortable feel around the entire instrument. The hi-hat and snare stand are included, so you can ideally position them as you please, and the kit can be expanded with up to two additional pads.

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Things You Will Get:

  • DTX700 Module
  • XP120SD Snare Pad
  • SS662 Snare Stand
  • XP100T Tom Pad x 2
  • XP120T Tom Pad
  • PCY135 Cymbal Pad x 2
  • PCY155 Cymbal Pad
  • RHH135 Hi Hat Pad
  • HS740A Hi Hat Stand
  • KP100 Kick Pad
  • RS700 Drum Rack

Wish I had a chance to play this and others to compare.


I am really between 4 and 5 stars on this one. I put 5 because of the immense capabilities of this set, which I haven't even fully explored. The set is super sensitive, which makes it extremely close to an acoustic set. You can even add snare reverb to other pads, which further mimics an acoustic set. In some instances it sounds too acoustic. The attack of the stroke can sound over accented. I was able to muffle and smooth that out. I play in a church setting where most of today's music is naturally more electronic sounding, and this is the drawback to this set. There are 50 pre-programmed sets, but I can't find one that sounds like a typical electric set. Furthermore, each pad has a Right and Left balance, which is pointless when plugged into a PA. It makes certain pads sound distant. I took me a while to figure this out and reset everything to center. The high hat (HH) is extremely realistic regarding the pedal pressure, but it seems I have to play the exact right angle to get the "edge" sound. I had to turn up the "HH Open" because it was barely audible compared to the rest of its settings. The other cymbals are that way too. The heads are very responsive and bouncy, and I really like that. I love being able to tune the drums using the knobs, but if they could be used for something else that is a more frequent adjustment, I think they'd be better suited that way. The snare knob is the best; being able to turn the snares completely off in an instant is awesome! 3-zone heads are great. The volume control on the kick is wonderful...I just wish it was easier to get to. The biggest drawback for me is something that might work, but after reading the manuals, I cannot figure it out. On my old Roland set I had a separate sound pad (4 pads). I was able to assign a kit sound for each pad (even though the pad has its own sounds). This kit will not allow this via MIDI. The only MIDI referenced in the manual talks about a computer control and it's way over my head.



Once you've had the three zone pad you won't go back to mesh


I love this kit. It has the things that are important to me. Its not a budget kit, but its really the last kit you can get for under $4000 that has all I needed. It comes with a real quality high hat stand and snare stand. Hardware good enough I could use it with my acoustic kit if needed. It doesn't come with a bass drum pedal, but really, I'm as picky about my pedal as I am about my sticks, so that's OK. The pads don't feel like the mesh pads, but lets face it, mesh pads don't feel like a real drum either. The pads are quiet and seem very durable. Like the hardware, I expect the pads to last a long time through many a set up and tear down. The three zone pad is awesome. I get the head sound, then I have a lower rim that is typically set up as a rimshot, but then there is the upper rim. The stock settings on most patches have this as a rim click sound, just like you hit the top of the tom rim on an acoustic set, but I changed my toms to accessories. so now I have a tambourine, cowbell, and splash in my basic setup without losing any of the other sounds I need or worry about a trying to set a layered sound based on velocity. I left the snare as a standard cross-stick for the third trigger. Its incredibly flexible. The cymbals are three zone too, all of them. The more zones the more options you have as a player. I love the samples. I've owned a Yamaha maple custom and an oak custom and they are both in there, and they sound pretty darn good. Overall I'm excited to get this kit out and start using it. Electronic drums will never be the same as an acoustic kit which I'd prefer, but clubs are getting smaller and crowds just won't accept being blasted with volume like they used too. It keeps me playing, and that the important part.

Drummer Darren

St. Louis, MO


DTX760K 9-Piece Electronic Drum Set

5.0 2


Series DTX
Model DTX760K
Warranty Info:

The manufacturer's warranty covers drums and hardware for three years from date of purchase, and the lacquer or covered finish for one year from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.