#1
Hey all,

I've been playing drums for awhile now, but my kit has to go, as I'm moving into an apartment

However, I want to get an electronic drumkit, as they are as close as I can get without getting bitched out by my neighbors.

Do any of you know of any good, semi-cheap electric drumkits (and an amp for it)?
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#2
screw the neighbors! keep drumming on a REAL drumkit!
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#3
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screw the neighbors! keep drumming on a REAL drumkit!


I like actually having a place to live. Thanks, though.
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Gear:

Schecter C-1 Classic
Ibanez S670PB
Stratocaster MIM Standard
Marshall MG30 (its purple )
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
#5
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im not sure, but atlest tell me your real set is going to storage or sumthing


Oh yeah, it's not going for real, haha. It's stored in my apartment for when we gig, I just can't physically practice on it there.
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Gear:

Schecter C-1 Classic
Ibanez S670PB
Stratocaster MIM Standard
Marshall MG30 (its purple )
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
#7
Just a word of warning, if you aren't on the ground floor, the noise from the pedals will travel through the floor and be really audible on the floor(s) below and possibly neighbouring rooms on the same floor.

People often assume electric drumkits are really quiet, but you'd be surprised how much noise they can make. You're essentially stamping on the floor and banging things in contact with the floor.

You could put a few layers of spare carpet below it to try and isolate things a little, and I've heard slabs of concrete do the trick though I've never tried that myself.
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#8
You could buy a drum rug and use that to muffle the sound, and i use pretty good drum mutes and they seem to work well. Mabey you could ask around your (close) neigbours and see if anyone really minds if you pracise at a set time each week? Anyway, glad that your not throwing your kit out.
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Where do you find one of those? Are they rare nowadays (I guess they are)? And how much would that cost? 80's electronic drums rock, they look much better than today's e drums.
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Where do you find one of those? Are they rare nowadays (I guess they are)? And how much would that cost? 80's electronic drums rock, they look much better than today's e drums.


dude, this thread is from two year ago.
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