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DigiTech's SDRUM pedal is the 'world's first intelligent drum machine for guitarists'

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Pedal

Manufacturer

DigiTech

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https://www.soundtech.co.uk/music-retail/digitech

Laura  Barnes
DigiTech's SDRUM pedal is the 'world's first intelligent drum machine for guitarists'

Musicians can now create drumbeats on the fly by strumming a pattern on their guitar or bass.

DigiTech by HARMAN’s new SDRUM Strummable Drums pedal is now available from UK distributor Sound Technology.

The DigiTech SDRUM claims to be the world’s first intelligent drum machine for guitarists and bassists, enabling musicians to simply strum their guitar strings to teach the SDRUM a kick and snare pattern that forms the foundation of the beat they want to hear.

Based on this pattern, the SDRUM supplies a professional sounding drumbeat with different embellishments and variations to perfectly complement the beat.

“Gone are the days of having your creative flow disrupted by searching through lists in a frustrating attempt to find the beat you want,” said DigiTech.

The SDRUM stores up to 36 different songs. Beats are played from a choice of five different kits covering a wide range of genres. The pedal also supports three different parts (e.g. verse/chorus/bridge) for each song that can be switched on the fly for enhancing live performances and exploring song ideas.

Other features include 12 different hats/rides styles, alternate instruments/voicings, dedicated Amp and stereo Mixer outputs, kick/snare pads for tapping in a beat, external FS3X support, and JamSync connectivity for interfacing with JamMan loopers.

Check out the video below demonstrating in more detail how the SDRUM pedal works:

The DigiTech SDRUM Strummable Drums pedal is available now priced at £189 RRP.

DigiTech by HARMAN is distributed in the UK and ROI by Sound Technology.

For more information visit www.soundtech.co.uk/digitech

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