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So when I hit anywhere on the drum set the red pad vibrates and goes off... It's nearly like the sensor is too sensitive but as you can see everything is plugged in and fine and no wire or anything is loose.. Any suggestions??? I might just buy another drum set

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I'm not sure what the white glue is doing there bc it's really glued down firm where it is
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Those things mess up ALL the time, they don't last very long especially if your playing on expert. If you buy another, it will just die again.

I ended up getting the ION that were designed for rock band but I expanded mine with better cymbals and pedal because those are lacking (still better than the one's yours has though).
http://www.amazon.com/IED08-Drum-Rocker-Premium-Playstation-3/dp/B001E2UGVQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1332469532&sr=8-1

My friend also has one of these and he plays expert level on it daily while beating the crap out of it, and it still works after 2 years. Worse case your pads might start to bubble after about a year but there are cheap, and permanent, fixes for about $20 for that. Sadly rock band drums are quite a investment if you play it a lot, the stock drums just can't handle the beating (they seem more designed for medium difficulty).


Also with the new MIDI pro adapter you can hook up pretty much any electronic drum set.. i've seen people going to extremes and buying $3000 kits just for rock band. tongue.gif
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Not sure if it is truly possible, but my best suggestion for the best drums for rockband or guitar hero (of course, saying money is no option tongue.gif) would be to purchase a roland electric drumset, make sure all the drums are mesh heads. This would cost around $1K, but it will give you the most realistic drum bounce, much greater than any other electric kit out there. These heads are built to take a beating and last! Best drum heads on the market for electric sets. From there just buy the ion drumsets module. It should hook up the same, i dont see why it wouldnt.

Best part about this is that you can throw on the ion module to play xbox or throw on the roland module and play drums without the game! This set is also a much more professional set making it a much more realistic feel to playing the drums. Again, much more expensive but if you plan on playing the drums this would make a real nice transition (or if you already play the drums this would make the game much more realistic for you)

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