#1
im looking for a decent beginner drum set. its gonna be for my sister who is starting to play drums and i have a couple friends who play drums so it will probably also be used for jamming and stuff too. my price range is about $500 max. thanks
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#2
try tama. check for online reviews within your price range. also, try pearl
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#3
500 pounds or dollars?
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you really need to budget $250 for cymbals alone. Look for a used set of shells and hardware.
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Why the hell do you need 250$ worth of cymbals if you are a beginner?

Get the tama....and LEARN HOW TO TUNE !!! Makes a world of difference...if possible get a drummer to help you out. And as you get better, slowly buy good cymbals to suit your taste cause as of now, you probably have no clue about the different types of cymbals, sounds, etc....Best bet, get the tama, get a drummer friend to tune it, get classes....as you progress, get better stuff....and done !

Besides i'm pretty sure you'll be inclined to buy new heads than cymbals once you get the nuances down...That kit looks pretty nice !
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Why the hell do you need 250$ worth of cymbals if you are a beginner?

Get the tama....and LEARN HOW TO TUNE !!! Makes a world of difference...if possible get a drummer to help you out. And as you get better, slowly buy good cymbals to suit your taste cause as of now, you probably have no clue about the different types of cymbals, sounds, etc....Best bet, get the tama, get a drummer friend to tune it, get classes....as you progress, get better stuff....and done !

Besides i'm pretty sure you'll be inclined to buy new heads than cymbals once you get the nuances down...That kit looks pretty nice !

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Why the hell do you need 250$ worth of cymbals if you are a beginner?

Get the tama....and LEARN HOW TO TUNE !!! Makes a world of difference...if possible get a drummer to help you out. And as you get better, slowly buy good cymbals to suit your taste cause as of now, you probably have no clue about the different types of cymbals, sounds, etc....Best bet, get the tama, get a drummer friend to tune it, get classes....as you progress, get better stuff....and done !

Besides i'm pretty sure you'll be inclined to buy new heads than cymbals once you get the nuances down...That kit looks pretty nice !


$250 is just covering a halfway decent crash, ride and hat. Cymbals aren't cheap.
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#10
some real bargains if you get a cheap kit get double ply heads because they wont have good tone and you are just as well to get a good thump from them.
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