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  1. #11

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    i'm not sure if swee lee still brings it in.
    they claimed tt its no more in production i highly doubt so.

    so ya u guys shld check it out. unfortunately i couldn't wait so i get e Korg ma-30 i regret it though

  2. #12

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    i don't know if this might be the "spoil market" thing, i jus wanna give some advice on what's best way to get a metronome.. buy from ebay.. it's way cheaper even after u convert to SGD + shipping costs.

    i just bought a DB-90 for 200SGD net, when it retails in swee lee for 350SGD...

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidmontu View Post
    i don't know if this might be the "spoil market" thing, i jus wanna give some advice on what's best way to get a metronome.. buy from ebay.. it's way cheaper even after u convert to SGD + shipping costs.

    i just bought a DB-90 for 200SGD net, when it retails in swee lee for 350SGD...
    Did you buy yours new or 2nd hand? Cuz Sweetwater.com is selling new for about S$240, excl shipping.

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    brand new

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    I got the db60..

    Boss metronomes are good stuff.. I use alot when it comes to teaching..

    And i learnt lotssa new things too...

    Good stuff, 9.5 / 10..

    Drummers recommended to go buy...
    - Dont just Play it, FEEL IT - pro.mark Sticks.

    - Jiv .. vanhelSINGH

  6. #16

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    i just bought one of this DB30..

    it works great!!!

  7. #17
    Jus checked today. Swee Lee has stocks of it now. I think its about 80 plus before discount. Go get it.

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    I have this! Its superb, lol.

  9. #19

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    if on stage, i would like to recommend yamaha click station, it has real time volume and various beat control, so it is more practical, like sometime suddenly change songs, so it is easier to set tempo, as u no need to turn the dial to your desire tempo, just key in and save will do.
    i did use tama rhythm watch 90, it is good if u only do home practice, coz it has alot of rhythm that u can choose as accompanyment during practice sessions, but when come to real time, diff. set tempo , set volume, and save, all takes longer time.
    just try out the rhythm watch and yamaha clikc station, and u will know, which one u prefer.

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