Alesis Intros DM10 Studio Kit

Alesis DM10 Drum Kit

Alesis introduced the 2011 edition of the DM10 Studio Kit at the 2011 NAMM Show.

The new version features Alesis’ new four-post StageRack with upgraded clamps and high-quality mini-boom cymbal arms.
“For 2011, we’ve continued to raise the bar, without raising the price,” according to Alesis’ Dan Radin.Alesis DM10 Studio Kit

The StageRack is the backbone of the DM10 Studio Kit. With its sturdy four-post design and industry standard, 1 1/2-inch tubing, the StageRack provides excellent stability under the most energetic performance. The StageRack’s clamps, mounts and integrated boom cymbal arms are all fully adjustable with plenty of flexibility to securely fasten drums, cymbals and the DM10 module precisely where desired. Drummers will appreciate the StageRack’s large wing-screws on most clamps, enabling them to make quick adjustments without reaching for a drumkey or other tools. Large enough to accommodate additional drums and cymbals, the StageRack takes up a fraction of the space of an acoustic kit.

Drummers worldwide have taken notice of the DM10 Studio Kit. Its impressive combination of the DM10 high-definition sound module with Dynamic Articulation™, six RealHead drum pads and four DMPad cymbal pads delivers peerless value.

Drummers immediately notice the DM10 module’s outstanding sound quality. This drum sound module contains true drum, cymbal and percussion sounds built from real samples of classic studio drums and prized cymbals. Drummers will find some of the most in-demand acoustic drum sounds from legendary drum brands, a huge arsenal of top producers’ go-to snare drums, real American, Canadian, Chinese, and Turkish cymbals, and electronic beat-machine sounds that have fueled the biggest hit records.

3 thoughts on “Alesis Intros DM10 Studio Kit

  1. I misread that as "For 2011, we’ve continued to raise the bar, by raising the price."

    I have been lusting after one of the dm-10 modules for a while.

  2. I don't have the drum kit, but I've been playing a DM10 via my Drumkat for a couple of weeks now and really like the sound for the most part (meh hi-hats).

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