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Corruption 2008-02-17 22:28

Hey, good starter drums?
 
Hey, I play guitar, bass, piano, saxophone, bongos, and do vocals; but I wanna learn drums also

any reccomendations on good drumsets, say 10-12 hundred bucks? lol I know that might sound stupid,but I don't know the prces for drums, besides BONGOS lol

drawn&quartered 2008-02-17 22:46

Quote:
Originally Posted by Corruption
Hey, I play guitar, bass, piano, saxophone, bongos, and do vocals; but I wanna learn drums also

any reccomendations on good drumsets, say 10-12 hundred bucks? lol I know that might sound stupid,but I don't know the prces for drums, besides BONGOS lol


1000-1200 will get you pretty decent drums, considering a good starter set is about 500$

not exactly sure what to recommend but you can take a look at some of these:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navi...1+304831&page=3

baptized_in_blood 2008-02-18 01:28

hey man i'd recommend you get an electric drumkit, use it to learn motor skills n shit, n then get a real drum kit.
they're just simpler to learn on, and since they're quieter you can get much more playtime if loud noise is ever a problem. plus the transition from an ekit to an acoustic set shouldnt be that difficult.

also if you go for the ekit, you should buy an used one, it saves you a lot of money, n it can always come in handy, plus you can later on upgrade the hats and cymbal pads if theyz shitty.

INVEST in GOOD PEDALS, they can make a huge difference.

Corruption 2008-02-18 01:49

Electrical Drumkits? WTF? Lol

baptized_in_blood 2008-02-18 13:01

i meant electronic, not electric nor electrical? haha

rabbifoodslicer 2008-02-18 13:30

well my suggestion if you have no noise restraints, grab either a "tama rockstar" (or superstar i forget which is mid-entry level)/"yamaha stage custom" for about 5-600 bucks. these kits are really all you need. you can prob find a deal at a guitar center or sam ash to get the kit plus hardware for about 7-800. generally with a hardware package youll get 2 stands a hi-hat stand and a kick pedal.
a cheep cymbal pack will run you 1-200 bucks (they suck but for starters its a great deal) or check out ebay/creigs list people get rid of entire kits for cheaper than their worth.
electric drum kits are prob not what you want to start on. you want the real feel of drums under your sticks at first go. i wouldnt recomend e-drums unless you absolutly need them...
but any questions unload em.


edit: also these "starter kits" dont sound like shit. the 300$ ones do, but for what ive listed, you can make them sound pretty sick if you have any clue whatsoever what your doing

Requiem 2008-02-19 15:58

Hey, another one of these threads?

The Doctor 2008-02-19 16:25

yeah, i oughta do something about it

drawn&quartered 2008-02-20 19:30

Quote:
Originally Posted by The Doctor
yeah, i oughta do something about it


no need, this forum is as good as dead anyways


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