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The Yamaha DTX720K and DTX760K aren’t quite the company’s top of the line electronic drum sets, but they’re close. Both of these DTX700 series kits are high quality sets of instruments.
It’s unfortunate, then, that it is so hard to find complete information on these kits. Yamaha’s own videos no longer match their offerings. The videos are about the DTX700K, DTX750K, and DTX790K, as of this writing. But they sell only the DTX720K and DTX760K.
In this review of the Yamaha DTX700 series, I’ll do my best to explain what you apparently do get when you purchase one of these kits. I’ll also show the differences between; that is, upgrades and additions from the Yamaha DTX720K to the Yamaha DTX760K.
Yamaha electronic drum kits are some of the most popular sets in use today. It seems that especially the 400 and 502 series kits are very well liked.
In this article I’ll briefly look at the sets available (plus one discontinued model) in all four of their series – the 400, the 502, the 700, and the 900. (I’d be interested to know why it’s the 502 and not the 500 series.)
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