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DerMeister 2002-11-07 12:18

Gimme some help here
 
Well, DerMeister's latest plan is to learn how to drum. To do this, I will need a kit. A good one. So if any of you guys feels really kind, please help me with that.
I will need a good description + prices
Thanx

Gigantic Penis 2002-11-07 22:13

you can get a pretty good kit brand new for like $300, not too bad...............

CradleOfFilth 2002-11-08 11:24

the drummer in my band paid like 200$(canadian) for his drum (used, very used) it's not a great drum, but that do the job:)

little tip:dont waste 1000$ to get a drum when you start. ..

you only need a basic kit : bass drum, snare, hi-hat, maybe 2 toms, ride&crash cymbals if you want.
go to drum stores (i dont know if there's one near your town) here we have "drum bazar"

hopes it helps

mrweijia 2002-11-08 13:10

well, the former drummer in my band( i think he's dead) started off playing those drumming games at the arcade, then once he was coordinated, he rented a drum kit. he still doesnt own one.

CradleOfFilth 2002-11-09 22:42

ahah!!!!!!!!
lolll
best thing i ever heard : "well, the former drummer in my band( i think he's dead) started off playing those drumming games at the arcade, then once he was coordinated, he rented a drum kit. he still doesnt own one."

mrweija you rules

Katham 2002-11-10 09:26

Yes, first I suggest to get a used drum-kit... I got my first for $150.

It must have a hit-hat, a snare, a bass, it should have toms, and a crash...
The others are only your choices.

Def 2002-11-10 09:46

Quote:
Originally posted by CradleOfFilth
ahah!!!!!!!!
lolll
best thing i ever heard : "well, the former drummer in my band( i think he's dead) started off playing those drumming games at the arcade, then once he was coordinated, he rented a drum kit. he still doesnt own one."

mrweija you rules



you're probably canadian... :rolleyes:

Tattered 2002-11-10 10:04

just search through http://www.ebay.com

ull find something there, cheap goods

CradleOfFilth 2002-11-11 11:54

Quote:
Originally posted by *Def-Fx*
you're probably canadian... :rolleyes:


how you found that?;)

Def 2002-11-11 14:33

that's something only I know ;)

eviscerator 2002-11-13 09:24

well i got my drums used (Peace - bass drum, snare, 3 toms + paiste - 13" hihat and 20" ride ) for around 250$ (us $) and they're as good as new.

DerMeister 2002-11-13 13:59

Thanx dudes, you guys rule!!!
I guess I'll need some techniques too? Like "bodycontrol", timing, sense of rhythm and stuff?

CradleOfFilth 2002-11-16 20:36

maybe you will have to take some course (very helpfull)
or go see the internets lessons, on www.mxtabs.net
but internet lessons are not very good (I prefer ask my drummer to show me:))

skank nasty 2002-12-02 16:28

go 2 auctions, u may laff but i got my first kit from 1! 13 it went 4! i saw a double bass kut, old as fuck go 4 30 maddness i say, i may but a cheap kit 4 a music vid then trash it, my kit came with bass snare crash hi hats pedals and stands, it was so old ut used the old english money from like the 50s

Chaosdemon 2002-12-05 13:50

Well I know it's past but I seen a masive very unexpensive kit on Ebay it had like 30 toms,4rides,6Crashes,3Chinas,7 Splashes,2 bass drums(Both with Iron Cobras SWEET)2 Snares,7 floor toms,and 2 pairs of hi-hats..........................not bad huh?
only for $400!!!!!!!!!

MeTalManiac555 2002-12-18 15:00

What kind were they, because they were probably really shitty and no name crashes.

Polaris18716 2003-02-14 21:43

A good starter kit would be a TAMA Swingstar 5-piece USED. I stress used because I still have the same kit for the last 5-6 years Ive been playing. And Ive excelled more than I thought I would even though compared to other sets its not that great. But thats A really good starter kit. But I must warn you, you have to be quadra-dexterous. You have to use all four of your limbs, and have to have good hand/foot coordination. Something which isnt easy. But Im lucky enough that its comes natural to me. You also need good hand eye coordination as well, you can develop that by playing lots of video games.

MeTalManiac555 2003-03-09 23:33

Well I finally found a drum set with everything besides cymbols. It's a TAMA that they don;t make anymore called ARTSTAR ES and I got it for $260, it's pretty nice but I spent a little bit too much but it needs new heads, and cybols and one of the toms arent a TAM it's a shitty Percussion Plue tom so I wan;t to get a Tama one for it.


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