Bad timekeeping can really mess up a song, if your drumming isnt quite on the beat everyone can tell. Whether you're just starting out or learning some new time signatures the Rhythm Watch will help keep your tempo steady.
Some people try and get by using metronomes or timing apps, the RW105 is in a whole different league. With programmable patterns, adjustable volumes for different notes and easily adjustable settings you can really up your game. If you dread the thought of a song with time signature changes the RW105 helps you transition smoothly from one pace to another.
Couple this unit with a power supply and headphones and you have a fully gig ready rig that won't let you down. With a backlit, easy to read display you won't end up fumbling around in the dark on stage changing speeds between songs.
The first timekeeper designed specifically for the band's timekeeper, TAMA's Rhythm Watch has everything a drummer needs to make sure they stay on tempo-live and in the studio. Like the original Rhythm Watch, the RW105 features plenty of volume to use while playing real drums, a dial for quick tempo adjustments, separate volumes for quarter notes, eighths and triplets, but now features a large, easy to read backlit display, a more durable housing and keypad, and even more memory for pattern storage.