New Drummer

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  1. AlstrCrwly666

    AlstrCrwly666 New Member

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    Can anyone recommend a good statrter drum set? Thanks.
  2. gnr2k3

    gnr2k3 Goodie 2 shoes hoser

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    Check Pearl or Tama Drums...they both have decent starter sets
  3. BlackHawk

    BlackHawk New Member

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    Yeah - the Pearl Export is a good-quality starter kit, and it won't make you go broke either. Get a good quality set of cymbals to go with it. Zildjian, Sabian or Meinl are all OK, but it's all down to the budget. Also, try and get the cymbals as part of the kit without having to get them separately. If the shop doesn't have a kit/cymbal deal on, then try and work something out. However, I'm pretty sure the shop will have some sort of deal like that anyway. Most shops do.

    Anyway, happy hunting!! :)
  4. MMB

    MMB New Member

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    I have got a Premier and thats good.
  5. AlstrCrwly666

    AlstrCrwly666 New Member

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    Thank you all for your help!

    Cheers..
  6. NMQuints

    NMQuints New Member

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    Well, It all depends on the type music your trying to learn or play. For example I have a Limited Edition Roger's set which I use for my Jazz Ensemble and I used to have a pearl set which sounded good for Rock and such, Over all Id go with a Ludwig. :)
  7. Moe

    Moe New Member

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    my hubby has a 5 piece Pearl set (w/cymbals)

    he got it barley used at a local shop for about 1/2 of retail price
    check around, you might find a good deal

    HTH
    Wende
  8. Cocytus

    Cocytus New Member

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    I need a super cheap set as well...what's like the lowest price there is for a starter set?
  9. Anubus

    Anubus New Member

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    I would definatley reccomend a DW kit if you're starting. It will last you and hold up well, then I would probably move on to a Tama set or something liken to it.
  10. Immersian

    Immersian New Member

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    How exactly would i start off drumming, with no real experience?
  11. bayoubabe4

    bayoubabe4 New Member

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    Id on't play drums but they are cool
  12. Satanicman

    Satanicman New Member

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    Dechipher New Member

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    Depends on how much cash you have. If you're just looking for a starter set, CB drums aren't that bad, nor are Pulse. They aren't the best, but they're cheaper that a lot of what I've seen from Pearl and Tama, though Pearl and Tama are much higher quality.
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    axhawk New Member

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    premier or pearl work very well
  15. non_prophet

    non_prophet New Member

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    Check out a company called Taye - best value for price.
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    chat0009 New Member

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    my enforcer drum set suited me fine. $250 for brand new when i bought mine. had everything. eventually upgraded my cymbals and heads and what not.
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    the_freak New Member

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    LUDWIG ACCENT CS

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