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Simon Edgoose hits the road with Yamaha’s Award winning Electronic drum kits.
Yamaha Music Europe (UK) are proud to announce a series of events demonstrating Yamaha’s award winning electronic drum range and showcasing the new products for 2015.
Led by Yamaha UK’s DTX Demonstrator Simon Edgoose, these intimate sessions are aimed to provide an overview the full potential of Yamaha’s DTX electronic drum range including the new DTX582 kit, DTXM-12 Multi Pad drum machine and the amazing App’s for iOS devices.
During the 1 hour sessions Simon will highlight all of the new features with some explosive performances and inspirational advice, then hands on sessions are available with personal 1-2-1 advice from Simon. These sessions are suitable for all levels of drummers, those who already play Yamaha or those who do not, those who are already use electronic drums or those who are considering.
Booking space to this event is essential, to secure your place call the store number attached to the location you want to attend.
Simon has been playing professionally since he moved to London at 18, working in many different areas of the music industry from being a member of various signed bands, a first call session player or offering technical support for some of the biggest drummers around. A self-confessed geek, Simon is highly experienced in electronic percussion and as such has been involved with Yamaha’s R&D team in London supporting many new product designs and creating voice content exclusively for Yamaha and offering technical support.
Whether its recording, playing live, or programming Simon Edgoose does it all.
At the heart of the new DTX502 Series is the all-new, redesigned, re-engineered, and re-voiced DTX502 Drum Trigger Module, which delivers brand new rock, jazz and electronic kits and include real Yamaha Acoustic Drum Samples. USB connectivity further extends the creative options of the DTX allowing them to be easily interfaced with computers, APPS and its internal memory can store samples or songs from Yamaha Music Soft. Complementing the DTX502 series are the pads themselves either the revolutionary DTX Pads or the newly designed rubber pads both providing a soft feel and wider dynamic range. They offer realistic touch, feel and ‘bounce’ for a true acoustic playing experience.
Dates in November / December 2015
Tues 3rd Nov – Academy of Sound, Stoke on Trent (6pm onwards)
T: 01782 205100 W: http://www.academyofsound.co.uk
Weds 4th Nov – Manchester Drum, Manchester (6pm onwards)
T: 0161 872 9777 W: http://www.drumshop.co.uk
Thurs 5th Nov – Drum shop, Gateshead, Newcastle (6pm onwards)
T: 0191 418 7113 W: http://www.drumshop.co.uk
Sat 7th Nov – PMT Birmingham (10am – 4pm)
T: 0121 359 5056 W: http://www.pmtonline.co.uk/stores/birmingham
Sat 14th Nov – Wembley Drum, London (10am – 6pm)
T: 020 8795 4001 W: https://www.wembleymusiccentre.com
Sun 15th Nov – PMT Bristol (All day 11am – 5pm)
T: 0117 934 9955 W: http://www.pmtonline.co.uk/stores/bristol
Tues 17th Nov – Bonners, Eastbourne (6pm onwards)
T: 01323 639335 W: http://www.bonnersmusic.co.uk
Sat 28th Nov – Absolute Music, Poole (10am – 6pm)
T: 01202 597180 W: https://www.absolutemusic.co.uk
Sat 5th Dec – Yamaha Music London, London (10am – 6pm)
T: 020 7432 4400 W: http://www.yamahamusiclondon.com
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