Alesis Strike Kit | Eight-Piece Professional Electronic Drum Kit with Mesh Heads
Strike performance module with 4.3 full-color LCD screen
All new sounds and sampling capability
Software editor for creating custom kits and instruments
Larger mesh head pads with wood shell
Publisher: inMusic Brands Inc.
Release Date: 2017-04-10
Warranty: One year parts and labor.
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
5-pin MIDI in and out
1/4” main out pair (L+R)
1/8” Auxiliary input
1/8” headphone out
SD Card input
03 Tom 1
04 Tom 2
05 Tom 3
06 Tom 4
08 Crash 1
09 Ride 1
10 Ride 2 / FX 2
11 Crash 2
12 FX 1
Kit locations: 100 user / 100 preset
Multi-sampled instruments: More than 1600
Software editor: Creating custom kits/instruments, and importing .wav files