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Alesis Strike Kit - Eight-Piece Professional Electronic Drum Kit

$1260

Alesis Strike Kit - Eight-Piece Professional Electronic Drum Kit

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Product description

Style:Drum Set Only

The Alesis Strike Kit disintegrates all your pre-conceived notions about drums kits, combining the feel and familiarity of acoustic drums with the versatility and capability of the best electronic drums.

Featuring large dual-hoop pads with mesh heads and sensitivity adjustment knobs (U.S. Patent 9,424,827), Strike delivers an innovatively responsive drumming experience. Strike’s premium wood shell drums come in standard acoustic drum sizes, so you’ll feel right at home when you sit behind them.

Strike cymbals offer a larger bell area for enhanced playability and a cool “hammered look” to go along with a perfect blend of feel, control and bounce.

The Strike Performance Module has a sound library with 100 brand new drum kits made from over 1600 instruments. The module has on-board sampling capability, SD card storage, and USB/MIDI connectivity, which you can use in conjunction with your favorite music production software as well as the powerful new Strike Software Editor. Its 4.3-inch color LED screen displays all your settings and choices at a quick glance.

It all mounts on a premium four-post chrome rack designed for easy tweaking and to quickly assemble and disassemble where you take it.

These are the perfect drums to move beyond the limitations of a conventional acoustic set, without giving anything up.

Strike Drum Module

  • Display: 4.3” full-color LCD screen
  • Connections
    • 5-pin MIDI in and out
    • USB/MIDI connection
    • 1/4” main out pair (L+R)
    • 1/8” Auxiliary input
    • 1/8” headphone out
    • SD Card input
  • Instrument Inputs
    • 01 Kick
    • 02 Snare
    • 03 Tom 1
    • 04 Tom 2
    • 05 Tom 3
    • 06 Tom 4
    • 07 Hi-Hat
    • 08 Crash 1
    • 09 Ride 1
    • 10 Ride 2 / FX 2
    • 11 Crash 2
    • 12 FX 1
    • HH Control
  • Individual outputs
    • Kick
    • Snare
    • Hi Hat
    • Ride
    • Tom (R)
    • Tom (L)
    • Crash (R)
    • Crash (L)
  • Kit locations: 100 user / 100 preset
  • Multi-sampled instruments: More than 1600
  • Software editor: Creating custom kits/instruments, and importing .wav files
  • Play-along songs: 50 (downloads)
  • On-board sampling capability: Yes

Box Contents

  • Strike Performance Drum Module
  • (1) 14” dual-zone Snare Pad
  • (1) 8” dual-zone Tom Pad
  • (1) 10” dual-zone Tom Pad
  • (1) 12” dual-zone Tom Pad
  • (1) 16” triple-zone Ride cymbal
  • (1) 14” dual-zone Crash cymbal
  • (1) 12” movable hi-hat cymbals
  • Premium 4-post chrome rack
  • Double braced snare drum stand
  • Cable snake
  • Cable wraps
  • Drum key
  • (2) Drum sticks
  • Power supply
  • Module user guide
  • Kit assembly guide
  • Safety and warranty manual
  • Strike Software Editor (Download)

From the manufacturer

Customize Strike To Your Sound

The Strike Performance Module has a sound library with 100 brand new drum kits made from over 1600 multi-sampled instruments. A professional studio class sound is literally a touch away!

60 Drum Lessons from Melodics

Alesis amp; Melodics have teamed up to bring Alesis customers 60 lessons when you register your Alesis drum kit.

Getting started couldn’t be simpler - register your Alesis drum kit on the Alesis website, return to Melodics.com, download the Melodics App on your phone, table or laptop, and enter your promo code during the sign-up process – its that simple!

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Level
Pro Pro Intermediate Intermediate Beginner / Intermediate Beginner Beginner (Kids)
Kick Type
14" Mesh Pad 8" Mesh Pad 8" Mesh Pad 8" Mesh Pad 6" Rubber Pad Pedal (Switch) Pedal (Switch)
Snare (all Mesh)
14" Dual-Zone 12" Dual-Zone 10" Dual-Zone 10" Dual-Zone 8" Dual-Zone 8” Single-Zone 6” Single-Zone
Toms (all Mesh)
8", 10", 12" Dual-Zone (2) 10" + (2) 12" Dual-Zone (3) 8” Dual-Zone (3) 8” Dual-Zone (3) 8” Single-Zone (3) 8” Single-Zone (3) 6” Single-Zone
Crash Cymbal
14" Dual-Zone (2) 14" Dual-Zone 10" w/Choke 10" w/Choke 10" w/Choke 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone
Ride Cymbal
16" Triple-Zone 16" Triple-Zone 10" w/Choke 10" w/Choke 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone
Hi-Hat Cymbal
12" Movable Hi-Hat 12" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone 10" Single-Zone
Pedals Included
No Pedals Included Continuous Hi-Hat Only Kick amp; Hi-Hat Kick amp; Hi-Hat Kick amp; Hi-Hat Kick amp; Hi-Hat Kick amp; Hi-Hat
Kits amp; Sounds Included
110 Kits, 1600 Sounds 80 Kits, 700 Sounds 70 Kits, 671 Sounds 40 Kits, 385 Sounds 40 Kits, 385 Sounds 10 Kits, 120 Sounds 10 Kits, 120 Sounds
Play-along Tracks
None 100 60 60 60 30 30
USB MIDI Connections
USB amp; 5-Pin MIDI USB amp; 5-Pin MIDI USB amp; 5-Pin MIDI USB amp; 5-Pin MIDI USB amp; 5-Pin MIDI USB USB
Upload Your Own Sounds
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Alesis Strike Kit - Eight-Piece Professional Electronic Drum Kit

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