Description from Woodbrass :
Specs: Kit configuration: - Drum sound module: TD-17 x 1 - Snare: PDX-12 x 1 - Tom: PDX-8 x 3 - Hi-hat: CY-5 x 1 - Hi-hat control pedal: FD-9 x 1 - Crash: CY-8 x 1 - Ride: CY-8 x 1 - Kick*: KD-10 x 1 - Drum Stand: MDS-4V x 1 Size : - Width : 1,300 mm 51-3/16 inches - Depth : 1,100 mm 43-5/16 inches - Height : 1,200 mm 47-1/4 inches - Weight : 23.0 kg - 50 lbs 12 oz Authentic Playing Feel and Skill-Building Tools If you regularly play acoustic drums, you shouldn't have to change your playing style to use an electronic drum kit. You can use the same playing techniques you'd use on an acoustic kit, without compromise, thanks to the large 12-inch snare* and a natural feeling hi-hat** that can even be mounted on an acoustic hi-hat stand. And being based on the flagship TD-50 sound engine, the sounds faithfully reproduce the character and tone of acoustic drums, with lightning fast response time. PDX-12 12? snare pad included with TD-17KV/TD-17KV-L and TD-17KVX only **VH-10 hi-hats included with TD-17KVX model only The Essential Tools to Improve Your Drumming First thing?s first: drummers should be able to keep a solid beat before moving on to the exciting stuff. But mastering the basics is exciting too, as it provides a solid foundation for building your skills, not forgetting that tracking your progress is highly motivating too. The TD-17 module includes a Coach Mode to support your daily exercise regime. You can warm up, develop your sense of groove, tempo and timing, and even work on your stamina ? all with a score that tells you how you're doing. Join Your Favorite Band No Audition Necessary Although playing endless drum solos is undeniably fun, it only takes you so far. Push your drumming further by playing along with your favorite bands, or rehearse the tunes you?ll be playing on stage. Wirelessly stream favorite songs from your smartphone to the TD-17 via Bluetooth audio, and hear the entire performance through your headphones. You can even record your performance and then listen back, to decide where you need to improve.