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STRIKEPRO KIT

Limited stock available in select stores only

These are the perfect drums to move beyond the limitations of a conventional acoustic set, without giving anything up. Featuring large dual-hoop pads with mesh heads and sensitivity adjustment knobs, Strike Pro delivers an incredibly responsive drumming experience, with great feel and control. Strike's premium wood shell drums come in standard acoustic drum sizes (14" snare, 8-10-12-14" toms and 14" kick), so you'll instantly feel at home when you sit behind them.

The New Standard in Electronic Cymbals
Strike cymbals - 16" 3-zone ride, (3) 14" crashes w/choke and 12" hi hat - are also an exciting step forward. They feel spectacularly realistic: a perfect blend of feel, control and bounce. They offer a larger bell area for enhanced playability, along with a cool "hammered look."

Customize Strike to your sound
The Strike Performance Module has a sound library with 110 brand new drum kits made from over 1600 multi-sampled instruments. The module has on-board sampling capability, SD card storage, and USB/MIDI connectivity, which you can use in conjunction with your favourite music production software as well as the powerful new Strike Software Editor. Its 4.3-inch colour LED screen displays all your settings and choices at a quick glance.

FEATURES

  • Strike performance module with 4.3 full-colour LCD screen and individual outputs

  • All new sounds, 110 kits and over 1600 multi-sampled instruments

  • 8GB SD card included for storing user kits, providing virtually unlimited storage for your own kits and instruments

  • Large dual-hoop pads with wood shells, and adjustable mesh heads

  • 14" Kick drum (kick pedal sold separately), 14" snare pad, 8",10",12",14" tom pads

  • 16" triple-zone ride cymbal, (3) 14 crash cymbals, and 12" moveable hi-hat (hi-hat stand sold separately)

  • Premium 4-Post Chrome Rack

  • Software editor for creating custom kits/instruments,and importing .wav files

  • Larger and more flexible 4-post chrome rack

  • On board Sampling capability

  • USB/MIDI output for use with virtual instrument and recording software

CONTENTS

- Strike performance module
- 14" kick drum pad
- 14" dual-zone snare drum pad
- 8" dual-zone tom pad
- 10" dual-zone tom pad
- 12" dual-zone tom pad
- 14" dual-zone tom pad
- 16" triple-zone ride cymbal
- (3) 14" dual-zone crash cymbals w/choke
- 12" movable hi-hat cymbals
- Premium 4-post chrome rack
- Double braced snare drum stand
- Cable snake
- Cable wraps
- Drum key
- Drum sticks
- Power supply
- Module user guide
- Kit assembly guide
- Safety and warranty manual
*Hi-hat stand and bass drum pedal not included

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (Module):

Kits & Sounds:
• 100 preset factory kits
• > 1,600 instruments (4 GB total)
• Unlimited user kits, depending on SD card size (see requirements below)

Display:
• 4.4" / 111 mm (diagonal)
• 3.8" x 2.2 / 96 x 55 mm (width x height)
• Full-colour LED-backlit display

Connections:
Inputs
(13) 1/4" (6.35 mm) TRS inputs (triggers)
(1) 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo input (auxiliary audio device)
(1) 5-pin MIDI input
Outputs
(2) 1/4" (6.35 mm) TRS outputs (main outputs, left & right)
(8) 1/4" (6.35 mm) TRS outputs (direct audio)
(1) 5-pin MIDI output
(1) 1/4" (6.35 mm) stereo output (headphones)
Other
(1) USB Type-B port
(1) SD card slot (see requirements below)
(1) power adapter input

Mixer: (12) 45 mm sliders; digital mixer

SD Card Specifications
Type: SDHC
File System: FAT32
Class: Class 10
Size: 64 GB (maximum, 8 GB card included)

Power: via power adapter (12 V, 2 A, center-positive, included)

Dimensions (width x depth x height): 12.0" x 8.0" x 3.0" / 30.5 x 20.3 x 7.6 cm
Weight: 3.45 lbs. / 1.56 kg

REQUIREMENTS

For USB-MIDI performance
MAC : OS X 10.7 or later
PC : Windows 7 or later
Available USB Port

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Closest StoreNorth York, Ontario
I received this as a gift and was excited until my brand new kit arrived with no snare stand, USB cable or SD card. None the less I purchased the missing pieces and the first issue after going through videos and tutorials to make sure I did it right the kick was DOA. Alesis great customer support walked through tests and ascertained to send me a new one. All was well with new kick for 3 more weeks and the wiring harness failed. Fast forward two months Tom4 started flaking out. I replaced the kit. The best part of this was the excellent customer service received from Alesis and Kevin and the team in the Oshawa location of L&M
Posted by Joy on Aug 12, 2020
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Patience Is The Secret3 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreSt. Catharines, Ontario
For starters, it really wasn't until firmware version 1.5 that things finally started to work as they should... But not always. There is an additional price to pay with this kit and that is patience and tweaking until the kit responds and behaves properly. But after that, if you managed to get it right, it's all very good. Build quality is really good for the environment it lives in here. The studio. I can't speak for it's road worthiness and you will have to note what other owners say about gigging and moving the kit around often. The feel and response of the mesh heads are better than I expected they would be and can take a good amount of punishment while still able to respond to very subtle or quick playing action. The hi-hat issue if you haven't already read about out there, has gone away mostly with updates and tweaks. Fun and accurate to play. More color choices would have been great too. Sound quality? If you're new to the world of e-drums or are looking for something to just beat on for a bit of work or pleasure, the modules included samples should make you happy and there are plenty. When used to trigger samples from VST kits from some of the heavy hitters like BFD, Superior Drummer 3 or Native Instruments Studio Drummer, this kit shines and somehow feels much better overall. It's worth every penny if you are not expecting to open all the boxes, set it up and everything to just blow your mind immediately. That's what some kits, not all, that cost twice as much or more will usually do. Be patient, search the web for help which is out there, get all the updates installed and start tweaking. After that, things get much better with this kit.
Posted by www.MediaVice.com on May 28, 2020
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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
I bought this in 2017 and have already had to have my snare drum replaced twice, and now the third snare drum has broken along with the smallest Tom and ride cymbal. Always the same issue: they simply can’t take even modest use. I only play a few times per week. I wish I could go back and get something else. Such a waste of money. :(
Posted by Dale on Mar 30, 2020
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Played and Liked !!!2 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
Had rented a set for 3 months to "test drive responsiveness" ... Works Great ... can get my full 1/16th note triplets clear and clean... Am going to buy a set !!!
Posted by anonymous on Mar 12, 2019
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bad4 of 27 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreKanata, Ontario
low quality piece of junk with terrible feel. there is a reason it costs so little. If you're looking for a high quality kit, get a Rolland, even there cheaper kits are great. for example, the TD11k. its rubber pads feel more realistic than this kit's mesh heads
Posted by steve on Mar 5, 2019
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good drum set2 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreToronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
got it at long and mcquade bloor street one ago today only problem was the snare they took care of it whit alesis right away good drum awsome sound will get another one soon than you
Posted by denis on Jan 10, 2019
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Great, with quirks5 of 6 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreBurlington, Ontario
I've had this for a couple of weeks now. Pros: - the pre-loaded sounds are actually better than I expected - sensitivity knobs are on the shells, plus you can adjust the sensitivity in the module - pads feel great (look great too, if that matters to you) - like having the EQ as faders instead of having to dig around a menu - module is pretty easy to use, except I can't find a metro-gnome. Maybe it's hiding in my garden? - comes with t-clamps! - nice to have the rack legs as cymbal holders, but of course the con is you're limited to cymbal placement. Cons: - false triggers (I'm still on the 1.0 firmware, doing tests and video review) - rack vibration causes triggering sometimes (I haven't figured out how to eliminate it, but I think you can by messing with theh xTalk settings?) - loved how my TD-9 would automatically choose the pad you hit when you want to change sounds, this one you need to use the dial to select the pad - no positional sensing on the snare so playing ghost notes isn't awesome, but it's still very good. - bass drum is quite bouncy, even when the pad is loosened. Overall, I'm pleased. The TD-30 is the same price and you get way more value for your money with this set.
Posted by Jason on Nov 14, 2017
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I'm very happy with it.9 of 11 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreBelleville, Ontario
I have been steadily playing with the 11pc kit since early August 2017. Before I brought it home, the great guys at LnM Belleville updated the module. Very important update. Before you do anything, do that first. As such I have had no issues with the hi-hat or triggering. There are so many great video tutorials online that can help address almost anything you are having troubles with. (i,e- triggering, sensitivity, response, sustain, and on and on.) There are also many that deal with the more technical issues and features of the kit. Youtube has lots and there is a Facebook page dedicated to fellow users/owners to share thier knowledge, tips and tricks. That is very helpful as well. There are many pros with kit, but one con for sure. The rack mount clamps for the Tom's are plastic. So they can't be cranked. I found the heavier 14in Tom was dropping after prolonged playing. To fix this issue, I purchased 4 Gibraltar 1.5in memory clamps for $18. (I just put one on every tom mount, problem solved) In reality, Alesis should just supply them with the kit for the sake of quality and strength. The pros are many, so I'll simply say " this kit and it's module are very versatile. If you take the time to learn all the different features and options, you will be able to build/modify/adjust/program/design almost anything you can imagine a kit can do. The ultimate "pro" is the price. It is well worth the money. My last 2 pieces of advice are, get a good set of headphones. Don't cheap out. Get ones with some bottom end so you can really hear and feel what you're playing. Finally, don't use a fabric beater on the bass drum head. Use wood, plastic or throw on a "beater patch" All mesh heads deteriorate quickly when using those polyester/cotton/fiber beaters. Not sure why but it will. Lol
Posted by Brad on Nov 1, 2017
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Strike Pro is a Go3 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreSaskatoon, Saskatchewan
I tried one out at L & M Saskatoon. It was pretty awesome. The bass drum moved some air and felt like a bass drum. The kit itself felt like a Roland but the price felt better. The sounds were great - sounded like real drums. Definitely worth considering.
Posted by anonymous on Oct 31, 2017
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Alesia Strike Pro beware4 of 10 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreCalgary Chinook, Alberta
Very full featured set, but it is not built to take abuse. Drum triggers are temperamental, cymbal triggers are worse, and the hardware is very delicate and easily stripped and broken. Sounds are ok, and liked the sampling features. Would consider for a studio or student, but would never take on the road. On the first real gig I had the kit, the kick drum beater went through the head. Going back to Roland. Had a td9 for years with no problems.
Posted by Morgan on Oct 20, 2017
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