#1
Well I probably came to the wrong place to ask about drums but.. oh well.. Ok im thinking if buying electric drums.. yes electric drums because i live in an apartment and real drums would be way to loud. I play Metalcore, Post-Hardcore and deathcore or atleast I would like to, what are some drum sets that are good, (I know nothing about drums) and what are some tips for basic drumming? Thanks
#6
The Devil Wears Prade does not rule.
Just wanted to throw that out in the open.

On topic, Roland is a good one.
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#7
Quote by Rojam
The Devil Wears Prade does not rule.
Just wanted to throw that out in the open.


Come on now I dont go around bashing the music that you like leave my name alone.
#8
Quote by TDWP RULEZ D00D
Come on now I dont go around bashing the music that you like leave my name alone.


You also spelled 'dude' wrong, and your use of all caps is rather annoying.

Anyway I hear Ludwig drums are good.
#9
Quote by metalderek
You also spelled 'dude' wrong, and your use of all caps is rather annoying.

Anyway I hear Ludwig drums are good.


Why I can't I just get a simple anwser instead of people critcizing me? Seriously I don't go around talking crap about if someone has "CAPS" in their name.
#10
Quote by metalderek
You also spelled 'dude' wrong, and your use of all caps is rather annoying.

Anyway I hear Ludwig drums are good.



no he didnt..
listen to tdwp and you'll know..
#11
Oh, now I get it!

You're a drummer, thus making all opinions made by you absolutely retarded and useless!

Your name makes sense now!

also get roland drummmms
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2^ What the flying fuck


pack your bags, move to the city.
#12
Quote by neverspoiled
no he didnt..
listen to tdwp and you'll know..


I get it now that you mention it.
Had a friend a few years ago who was in love with that song.
#13
Definitely Roland or Yamaha.... I prefer Roland because they have the mesh heads (mainly the higher end ones). Either way, you're looking at an easy $1000 for a decent set. My suggestion is to get a great one right now so you don't have to worry about upgrading later. If you're getting the kit at cost, I would say Roland as well because it's also a better discount (I worked at GC for awhile).

However, it's ultimately up to you. Play on all the Roland and Yamaha kits your GC has. It's all about comfort, durability and the ease of setting up and tearing down (if you plan on playing out).
#14
Quote by metalderek
You also spelled 'dude' wrong, and your use of all caps is rather annoying.

Anyway I hear Ludwig drums are good.


Ludwig doesn't make electronic drums buddy. Do some research before you go bash somebody
#16
Quote by TDWP RULEZ D00D
Why I can't I just get a simple anwser instead of people critcizing me? Seriously I don't go around talking crap about if someone has "CAPS" in their name.


I gave you an answer.
Also, it's not you have caps in your name man.
Well, honestly it might be. I'm not entirely sure.
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Listen a little bit, we DON'T suck!
#17
Quote by Rojam
I gave you an answer.
Also, it's not you have caps in your name man.
Well, honestly it might be. I'm not entirely sure.


Lawl.. wow
#20
Quote by skyfire322
Ludwig doesn't make electronic drums buddy. Do some research before you go bash somebody


I'm not bashing anyone, and I said I heard they make good drums. Chill out.
It's also called ultimate-guitar.com, not ultimate-drum.com for a reason.