Roland CY-13R

13" 3-trigger V-Drum Ride Cymbal Pad
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A Super-realistic V-Drum Ride!

With its enlarged bow area and a natural swing motion, it's no wonder that the Roland CY-13R the new standard ride cymbal for V-Drum kits. Three trigger zones (bell, bow, and edge) provide an incredibly expressive response that any seasoned drummer can appreciate. That makes the CY-13R an excellent major upgrade for legacy TD-4 and TD-9 rigs (the TD-4 uses the CRASH 2 plug for the edge output). If you're looking for a great way to update your V-Drums, then adding a Roland CY-13R ride pad is the way to go.

Roland CY-13R V-Drum Ride Cymbal Features at a Glance:
  • Diameter: 13"
  • Triggers: 3 (bow, bell, and edge)
  • Connector: BOW/EDGE output jack, BELL output jack
  • Dimensions: 13-1/16" (W) x 13-1/16" (D) x 1-15/16" (H)
  • Weight: 2.44 lbs.
  • Accessories: Owner's manual, wing nut, felt washer, stopper, connection cables, and
  • cable tie
Add performance and realism to your V-Drum kit, with the Roland CY-13R ride cymbal!

Tech Specs

Type Ride
Size 13"
Manufacturer Part Number CY-13R

Customer Reviews

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CY 13R

Just got this yesterday, had it hooked up today on my TD11K. Really nice addition, thr triggering is really responsive and accurate, its nice having the bell on the ride. Would definitely recommend it.

Great Ride Cymbal

This is the first actual designated ride cymbal I have owned. I had been using the 3 zone crash in the past. It appears to have a better balance and a more natural swing.
Music background: Weekend musician

Not worth the money

Bought this as an upgrade for my TD11 and it's ok but not worth the price. Roland products are too expensive. Also, bell is hard to get a good sound.
Music background: Drums and bassist - hobbyist
See also: Cymbal Pads, Roland, Roland Electronic Cymbal Pads