The Carlsbro CSD130M compact electronic drum kit is a superb value instrument delivering excellent build quality, 250 sounds and a host of great features.

Whether you want portability or have a limited amount of space, the compact CSD130M kit will fit your requirements. Fully built the CSD130M still has a conservative footprint but it also folds down into an ultra portable size.

The kit certainly doesn't fall short in the amount of pads and cymbals and their great features either. The 2" reverse bass kick pad is perfect for giving true beater swing action, whilst the mesh pad has a great acoustic drum like feel. The  tom pads are RealFeel silicon/rubber pads 7.5" in size, whilst the 10" hi-hat cymbal pad is complimented by chokeable 10" crash and ride cymbals.

The Commander sound module hosts 250 high quality sounds with 20 preset drum kits, 10 user defined kits and 20 demo songs to jam along with. The sound module also gives you access to record and playback your drumming, adjust sensitivity, control reverb and utilize a metronome to help with timing.

Compact, feature rich, great sound set and excellent build quality all make the Carlsbro CSD130M a superb value electronic drum kit.

  • Digitron display
  • 250 high quality percussion voices
  • 20 preset drum kits
  • Mesh snare
  • 10 user defined drums kits
  • 20 demo songs
  • Aux in jack, Line output, Headphone output
  • USB interface (USB to device), MIDI IN/OUT 
  • Recording and playback facility
  • Adjustable sensitivity 
  • Adjustable crosstalk
  • Trigger curve settings, Metronome, reverb

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