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Stock code: HALHL00331035


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Series: Book
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Medium: Softcover
Author: Michael Snyder

All About Electronic Percussion is a beginner's guide to this exciting new world. The book explains the fundamentals and benefits of electronic percussion, and presents introductions to drum pads and triggers, percussion sound modules, and much more. Helpful “how-to” sections guide the newcomer through the process of setting up systems, and explains the MIDI technology the electronic percussionist needs to know.

Inventory # HL 00331035
ISBN: 0634054503
UPC: 73999435900
Width: 9
Length: 11
142 pages


Clearance Stock with/without Warranty

Terms and Conditions

We are clearing this stock item as it may:

> Be end of line / a deleted model;
> Have minor cosmetic damage or marking that does not affect the usability of the item; 
> Be second Hand or Ex-Demo product; 
> Boxed or ex-Shop Floor and may be missing accessories, original packaging, manuals etc.

Condition – While we attempt to identify any issue on the website listing, this is not always possible. If you have any questions regarding the condition of an item, please contact us for additional information prior to ordering. All goods will be tested and sent in working condition.

Stock Availability – Because a number of clearance items are one-offs (i.e. only one left in stock), the goods may have been sold already; occasionally it may be a stock anomaly and, therefore, not available. We will advise you before processing your order.

Discount – Not all of the Clearance items have been discounted. They may be listed as Clearance items as they are end of line models that will not be ordered in again.

Warranty – Some of the Clearance items are sold without an express manufacturers’ warranty. You agree to this as a condition of purchase. The warranty status will be noted on your invoice. This does not limit your rights under the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993.