Roland ships TD-20SX V-Pro Series V-Drums

New look, more sounds

PRESS RELEASE: Roland Corporation U.S. is pleased to announce general availability of the new V-Drums V-Pro Series TD-20SX. With a stunning new look, highly expressive sounds, and upgraded hardware throughout, the flagship TD-20SX provides the best and most natural playing experience available from Roland's storied V-Drums line.

The TD-20SX debuts a completely new look for the V-Pro Series, with striking brushed-metal V-Pads and V-Kick shells, a more substantial V-Kick for a solid, natural feel, silver colored V-Cymbals, and a rock-solid chrome drum rack with new metal clamps and internal cable management.

In addition, the newly designed V-Pads allow drummers to easily change shell wraps for their V-Pads and V-Kick to customize the look of their kit.

At the heart of the TD-20SX is the new TD-20X Percussion Sound Module, which combines the features of Roland's TD-20 and TDW-20 expansion board. With 920 drum instruments, 100 drum kits, new sound layering and enhanced editing features, new compression algorithms, and new ambience choices for a wide variety of live environments, the TD-20X brings the quality and sound expected from the leader in electronic drums.

The new MDS-25 Drum Stand, designed for professional stage use, provides rock-solid stability with its advanced weight-balanced design. The newly designed metal mounts for cymbals and toms provide a highly flexible setup. The rubber protective sleeve shields the cables from damage, while the new clear-cabling system complements the overall design.

The TD-20SX is now shipping with an MSRP of $8,169.

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For more information, visit Roland US

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