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Old 2005-12-13, 13:57
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Old 2005-12-19, 19:21
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Old 2005-12-20, 02:27
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id go with a pearl export or a tama rockstar or a yamaha stage custom(of which i own and it fucken kicks ass) and those kits will take you to about 8-900 bucks...unless your looking for someone who isnt sure if they want to play or not, theres some cheep-o kits out there
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Old 2005-12-20, 04:25
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Well,

I'm sure I wanna play. I do play all the time on my bros kit. I just want something more affordable but still has a decent amount of quality in comparison. Any more recommendations? Are the low ball yahama kits decent? How about pearl forums? Those aren't too high. What about CB drums? Anyone ever heard/played those?
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Old 2005-12-20, 10:00
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Old 2005-12-20, 17:37
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Well,

I'm sure I wanna play. I do play all the time on my bros kit. I just want something more affordable but still has a decent amount of quality in comparison. Any more recommendations? Are the low ball yahama kits decent? How about pearl forums? Those aren't too high. What about CB drums? Anyone ever heard/played those?


the new low class yamaha arent the worst, like the ryden kit (i think its called), and the pearl forums are pretty good for what your looking for.

1. are you looking to play in a band
2. how much money are you willing to spend
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Old 2005-12-21, 00:47
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the new low class yamaha arent the worst, like the ryden kit (i think its called), and the pearl forums are pretty good for what your looking for.

1. are you looking to play in a band
2. how much money are you willing to spend


Cool! Getting help!

Yes, I'm wanting to play in a band. Thrash, melodic, and death style music. I would like to keep it around $300 low end to $500 high end, but am willing to make trade-offs if a particular kit comes with cymbals, or other equipment others kits might not come with. I was looking at the Tama Swingstar Kit since it comes equipped with a cymbal pack. Is it worth paying extra for stock cymbals? I wasn't wanting to pay that much, but prob once I get a kit and buy cymbals it will be around that price. I also know the pearl forum kit comes with a crash/ride and hi-hat. Then I see those low end yahamas which run around $400, which if I wait till musiciansfriend throws the deal, I can get a free cymbal pack for those as well. So it mainly comes down to quality, sound, and durability of the drums in my price range. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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Old 2005-12-21, 03:16
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are you pretty gung hoe for tama? usually "stock" cymbals are shit, but again if you just starting off, its better than paying $1000 for em.
uh...heres an example which you can apply to any brand
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7...base_pid=444490
$499 vs. $999 but notice the slight differences

or simply search your price range: $300-$500:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7...um&Nty=1&page=1

i hope that gives you a little better idea, granted these links work right
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Old 2005-12-21, 12:05
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Old 2005-12-21, 13:08
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thats two kits. and the back ones a lefty. get your shit straight son!!!
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Old 2005-12-21, 15:13
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Well too be honest im a guitar player not a drummer and know feck all about drums but i can do plams and a grade one piece

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Old 2005-12-21, 16:52
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are you pretty gung hoe for tama? usually "stock" cymbals are shit, but again if you just starting off, its better than paying $1000 for em.
uh...heres an example which you can apply to any brand
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7...base_pid=444490
$499 vs. $999 but notice the slight differences

or simply search your price range: $300-$500:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7...um&Nty=1&page=1

i hope that gives you a little better idea, granted these links work right


Hey!

Great post. I like that comparison musiciansfriend has. I'm not really gung hoe for tama. It's just they had a free cymbal pack and throne with their kit. Which if I buy standalone cymbals, I'm just gonna buy like the cheapest ZBT zildjians there are. I'm still a beginner. So what would you get personally rabbifoodslicer? Tama Swingstar? Pearl Forums? Yahama Rydeen? Other? Putting yourself in my shoes/price range. Also do the number of plys directly relate to a better sound quality? deeper sound? richer sound? What are some of the better woods suited for metal style and sound of music?
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Old 2005-12-21, 17:45
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thats two kits. and the back ones a lefty. get your shit straight son!!!


Or.... its 1 kit, and the photo is taken in a mirror

Maybe you should get a ruler and check the straightness of your shit!
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Old 2005-12-21, 17:50
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Old 2005-12-22, 13:54
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Or.... its 1 kit, and the photo is taken in a mirror

Maybe you should get a ruler and check the straightness of your shit!


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Old 2005-12-23, 01:19
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DURRRRRRRRRRR!!!! its the exact same kit...apparentely my shit is shitty its been a looooooooooong week please forgive me sirs.

well im gonna go cry in the corner for a couple months. [/douchness]
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Old 2005-12-23, 01:32
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Hey!

Great post. I like that comparison musiciansfriend has. I'm not really gung hoe for tama. It's just they had a free cymbal pack and throne with their kit. Which if I buy standalone cymbals, I'm just gonna buy like the cheapest ZBT zildjians there are. I'm still a beginner. So what would you get personally rabbifoodslicer? Tama Swingstar? Pearl Forums? Yahama Rydeen? Other? Putting yourself in my shoes/price range. Also do the number of plys directly relate to a better sound quality? deeper sound? richer sound? What are some of the better woods suited for metal style and sound of music?


ok. i dont really know anyone personally where a low budget TAMA has worked out for them...they usually go and buy another kit in a year or two. but if someone says other wise, i dont know too much about tamas.

Pearl Forum Fusion 5-Piece Set
this gets you the kit the cymbals, sticks, it says it all in the link.

Yamaha Rydeen 5-Piece Drum
this will get you just the drums and a piece or two of hardware. but most of the yamaha drums ive played on all have the same durability and quality, be it high or low end. (obviously the high end will be better)

analysis: just starting, dont want to spend too much money, go with the pearl. you get the whole package. the yamaha will set you up a few more bucks and the tama (to me) is shit. and in a year or two you will have bought some cymbals and stands and shit, and then you can save up for some better drums.
so do what you will with it.
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Old 2005-12-23, 17:02
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Cool,


I'm thinking pearl. A friend of mine has got a set of pearls, I'm gonna see if I can score a set. Thanks for your replies rabbi
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