Alesis Strike Pro - 6-piece Electronic Drum Kit with Mesh Drumheads

11-piece Electronic Drum Kit with 6 Wood Shells w/ Mesh Heads, 5 Cymbals, Strike Drum Module, Chrome Rack, and Double-braced Snare Stand
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Alesis's Flagship Electronic Drums

The 6-piece Alesis Strike Pro blends the convenience of electronic drums with the look and response of an acoustic kit. Real wood shells in authentic fusion sizes with responsive mesh heads provide a real-world drumming experience with extremely low noise — perfect for quiet stages, silent practice, or getting a clean drum recording with a human touch. The included Strike performance drum module comes loaded with 100 full kits to provide plenty of options for different styles of music. Strike Pro's onboard sampler lets you sample sources directly and route them to a trigger, including your own acoustic drums and cymbals! This kit includes a chrome drum rack and snare stand for quick, consistent setups night after night.

Wood shells with mesh heads play like acoustic drums

Alesis went to great lengths to make its flagship Strike Pro drums respond like an acoustic kit. Real wood shells in fusion sizes give the Strike Pro drums authentic strike zones for a comfortable transition between acoustic and electronic drums. Tunable mesh heads provide just the right amount of bounce to respond to buzzes and double-strokes with accurate dynamics.

Multi-zone pads dish out dynamic performances

A ride with distinct edge/bow/bell sounds, crashes you can choke, and a snare that responds to rimshots and cross-sticks are just part of what you can look forward to in the Alesis Strike Pro electronic kit. Each pad has adjustable sensitivity that you can tailor to your playing style.

Strike module includes 100 kits + onboard sampler

The Strike module comes with 100 complete drum kits and 1,760 multi-sampled instruments to keep your creativity flowing. The Strike module's 4.3" full-color backlit LCD screen is easy to navigate in any lighting condition. A full mixer section with levels for each drum and cymbal delivers a pre-mixed sound to your engineer or into your monitoring rig. And for practice that counts, a dedicated transport bar keeps playback and record functions right at your fingertips. Sweetwater drummers enjoyed experimenting with the onboard sampler. This lets you sample any sound you can pipe in, and then route it to a trigger.

Alesis Strike Pro 6-piece Electronic Drum Kit Features:

  • Designed to look and respond like an acoustic set
  • Holds its own with some of the industry's premier e-drum kits
  • Comes loaded with 100 complete drum kits and 1,760 sounds
  • Wood shells and tunable mesh heads respond like acoustic drums with low noise
  • "Hammered" cymbals have a controlled bounce and good stick response
  • Fusion drum sizes provide a comfortable transition between acoustic and electronic kits
  • Dual-zoned toms, snare, and cymbals and a 3-zoned ride yield dynamic performances
  • Includes a 14" snare, 8/10/12/14" toms, and a 14" kick
  • Includes 3 x 14" crashes, a 16" ride, and a 12" hi-hat
  • Strike drum module with 4.3" color LCD lets you edit drum sounds with ease
  • Mixer faders give you complete control of your mix into headphones or speakers
  • 8 direct outputs allow for studio-quality record editing
  • Strike Software Editor lets you import new drum sounds into the module over Mac/PC
  • Onboard sampler lets you capture organic sounds right from the module
  • MIDI and USB connections communicate with your virtual instruments and samplers
  • Includes a drum rack and double-braced snare stand for dependable setups
  • Included cables, drum key, and cable wraps get you up and drumming in no time

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Electronic Drums Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Total Number of Pads 10
Included Snare/Tom Pads 1 x 14" dual-zone snare, 1 x 8" dual-zone tom, 1 x 10" dual-zone, 1 x 12" dual-zone, 1 x 14" dual-zone
Included Kick Pads 1 x 14" kick pad
Included Cymbal Pads 1 x 16" triple-zone ride, 3 x 14" dual-zone crash, 1 x 12" hi-hat pair
Included Hardware 4-post chrome rack, snare stand
Included Drum Module Strike Performance module
Number of Drum Kits 110
Number of Instruments 1600 multi-sampled instruments
Module Trigger Inputs 13 x 1/4" (including Hi-hat control)
Module Analog Inputs 1 x 1/8" (aux in)
Module Analog Outputs 2 x 1/4" (main out), 8 x 1/4" (drum outs), 1 x 1/4" (headphones)
Module MIDI I/O In/Out/USB
USB 1 x Type B
Storage SD card slot
Power Source 12V DC power supply
Manufacturer Part Number Strike Pro Kit

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Takes a litte fine tuning, but sounds great.

So, first - I am an hobbyist player using this for volume control in my church. Second, I am upgrading from a Yamaha DTXtreme III as some frame of reference. Initially, the kit was a bit buggy, but after the firmware update (which was a breeze) the kit is MUCH better. Having learned the drum module a bit, the navigation is a snap and easy to edit. Can't wait for the software editor for Mac OS coming soon! I highly recommend this set. Much better quality than my previous kit and I'm not ready to drop $7,500 on a Roland kit. I have tried using it a as a trigger control for BFD2 as a side note, and right out of the box, it actually worked pretty well. Will have to do some key map arranging, but I bet it will work fine.
Music background: Hobbyist (Church band)
4/5

Great Drum Kit...Needs a couple little things

Excellent drum kit. It certainly has the feel and plays like an acoustic drum kit. The mesh heads are a wow. The toms and snare are very respondent. The kick is fast to respond and my double kick pedal works well on this 14" surface. The cymbals have a huge library of sounds and play and sound well. Normally electronic kits have terrible or less then adequate sounds due to the cymbals being large files and their loading time. With the Strike Pro you have 3 crash cymbals that each have 2 zones. This gives you 6 cymbal sounds. Covers your china bot, gong, splash, heavy crash & light crash. The ride is big 16" and if you close your eyes it plays like a real cymbal. Nice bounce and action. The hardware is of great quality and is very adaptable for locating your toms and cymbals. This is my first kit with a rack. I wish I would of had one years ago. The placement options are fantastic. The control module took me a little time of figuring it out. The quick directions that come with the kit are not very detailed or helpful beyond turning it on and having sound. It frustrated me until I went on-line and read the entire manual. It is very detailed and of much help. My main dis-like is when you change from one kit to another a prompt on the screen comes up that says "Streaming" with a 0 to 100% meter as it loads. It takes some time and it make digital squealing sound as it loads. More noticeable with head set or in-ear monitors on. The loading time is just a few seconds but iterating.I should mention that you can immediately start to play the kit while streaming and it does make sound. I heard rumor that this is being fixed in the new firmware update coming soon. Another small dis-like is the hi-hat. It functions like a real hi-hat but the sounds where hit or mis until I did some adjustments in the main module. It wasn't hard but took some tweaking. I have had a few questions that I contacted both Sweetwater and Alesis for help. Both companies have exceeded my expectations in returning emails, phone calls quickly. They have also sent pictures and diagrams to help. I would just say that this is an amazing drum kit. You should expect to have to fine tune your kit to your liking and playing comfort. This would be also true if you bought an acoustic kit. Be patient and it will pay off with this kit. I would and recommend this kit to anybody who plays drums. I have a Roland V kit with the rubber heads and this kit blows it away.
Music background: Event Producer that enjoys playing drums
4/5

Great sounding drum kit! 1 little problem...

The toms feel and sound great. Crash cymbals sound awesome. The snare feels really good & natural. Flams trigger properly (they don't on my buddy's older Roland kit). Everything about the snare is great.Ride cymbal sounds really good, but initially it occasionally double-triggered on the bow. I got rid of it by tweaking the trigger settings last night. The bell on the ride behaves as it should. The kick is fantastic in every way. Sometimes, unintended ghost notes would happen, but the trigger settings corrected that. You're gonna love it. The only real gripe I have with this kit is the Hi-hat. Changing sensitivity settings fixed some triggering problems with it, but it often misfired and failed to trigger straight out of the box. I found a post online where one of their engineers explained how to adjust the parameters to get optimal performance. This dramatically improved things, but it didn't correct everything. A firmware update is supposed to be released very soon. Hopefully it will correct the rather haphazard operation of the hat. Overall, gonna be a little bit of a learning curve adjusting to it and setting parameters to make the hat behave like it should, but I do see a LOT of potential here. This is my first decent E-Drum kit. I am a multi-instrumentalist (primarily vocals/bass), and bought this kit more for band promo materials and for my own personal recordings than for gigging full time as a drummer. When the Hi-hat becomes more reliable, this amazing kit will be ready for prime time. So far I am VERY excited to own the Strike Pro!*edit*Just yesterday, Alesis released a firmware update that specifically addressed the Hi-Hat triggering problem. I installed it as soon as I got home from work, and to my delight it fixed everything! The Hi-Hat now behaves as it should. Great job, Alesis!
See also: Digital Drum Sets, Alesis, Alesis Electronic Drum Sets