Boss DB-90 Dr. Beat Metronome

Model: ROL-DB-90

Availability: In Stock

$169.99

Practice in style with the flagship metronome of the Dr. Beat Metronome line. The new DB-90 metronome is loaded with quality sounds and drum patterns to make your practice sessions less mundane and more musical. There's a Rhythm Coach func…
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Boss DB-90 Dr. Beat Metronome - Product Information

Practice in style with the flagship metronome of the Dr. Beat Metronome line. The new DB-90 metronome is loaded with quality sounds and drum patterns to make your practice sessions less mundane and more musical. There's a Rhythm Coach function with an onboard mic, a reference-tone function for tuning, an Instrument input, MIDI input, and other handy tools to make learning fun and effective.

Better Beats, Better Practice
The Note Mixing function allows you to instantly create a variety of beats by adjusting the levels of five different note values. Front-panel sliders, buttons, and a large rotary dial provide instant, hands-on access to edit parameters. Select four different click sounds, including a human voice-counting sound that will help you know your place in the bar. The DB-90 metronome is also equipped with realistic PCM drum patterns, for developing your accuracy and rhythmic feel effectively.

Plug Into Rhythm Coach
Expand your rhythmic horizons with Rhythm Coach. This innovative follow-along feature has four training modes to help build your accuracy, speed, and endurance. With the DB-90's onboard microphone, you can use the Rhythm Coach functions with acoustic drums, or plug a Roland V-Pad into the Trigger input. Play along, and chart your progress.

Many Uses
Drummers can connect to the DB-90 metronome via Roland V-Pads or the internal microphone. Guitarist and bassist can directly plug into the DB-90 metronome without any other gear required, and monitor via connected headphones — practically any type of instrumentalist can benefit from the DB-90's features. And for those who wish to sync to an external sequencer for more elaborate accompaniment, they can do so with the DB-90's MIDI input. This stage-oriented feature is especially useful for drummers.

  • The most advanced metronome available
  • Trigger input to access unique Rhythm Coach exercises
  • MIDI in for syncing to external sequencer tempos
  • PCM sounds with "drum machine" style patterns
  • 50 memories
  • Human-voice count
  • See how important the DB90 is to the Blue Devils by clicking the "watch/listen" tab above

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  • Industry Standard

    Comments:

    This is the standard to which most percussionists compare other metronomes, and for good reason, and if this were ten years ago, I'd highly recommend buying this. It's sturdy, versatile, and, most importantly, it's loud. All this said, you can find smartphone apps that do more for less than five bucks (I use Frozen Ape's Tempo Advance, it's actually way better). If you do decide to buy this, though, I'd recommend buying the AC adapter, this thing burns through batteries like no one's business.

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    4.00

    metronome

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    It was what she was looking for.

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    5.00

    great

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    this a great meteronome for a teacher, or band director... my school uses one during practice and it is awesome... only complaint is price, so if your getting this just to practice with at home i recommend the db-30 or db-60

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    5.00

    GREAT, but expensive

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    Wonderful metronome, but on the more expensive side

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    4.00

    Boss DB-90

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    The Boss DB-90 is a great tool to use for yourself or the students you teach. The only two drawbacks to this piece of equipment is that it will drain your 9 volt batteries VERY quickly. I suppose a quick fix is to buy the A/C adapter if you are inside near an outlet. For you drumline instructors that plug your metronome into a speaker outside, this may not be for you unless you have a budgett to buy batteries every week. The other drawback is the price.

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