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    Looking for a hardware drum pal

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    Hello- I'm a guitar player, small home studio , guitars , gear and stuff- but I've just started playing fretless bass guitar.

    What I need , in order to approach the heights of brilliance that we all seek , is a hardware drum machine that I can practice with away from my PC.
    The thing is that I don't like the ' tap pad ' access and I want something that I can simply dial into, you know, select odd time sigs when necessary, BPM, choose brushes, tuneable drums and any other aids that a real drummer can offer.
    Any recommendations ?
    Lend me your ears

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    OK- I've scouted around and bought the Alesis SR-18. See you in that forum, maybe.
    Lend me your ears

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