#1
Im getting a drumset next tuesday, from a friend of my dad. He dosent know exactly what elements it has (snare hi-hat ect.)
So cutting to the chase, i want you guys to reccomend good quality beginer drum equipment, for low prices. Keep in mind i am a begining drummer, but a seasoned musician, so dont recommend any "toy" sets. Thanks.


-Rock on
I broke my G-string while fingering a minor. lol

Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul standard
Teisco delray
Washburn Lyon AAR signature edition
Line 6 Spider II
Boss Metal zone
Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah
#2
Quote by SephiSpawn
Im getting a drumset next tuesday, from a friend of my dad. He dosent know exactly what elements it has (snare hi-hat ect.)
So cutting to the chase, i want you guys to reccomend good quality beginer drum equipment, for low prices. Keep in mind i am a begining drummer, but a seasoned musician, so dont recommend any "toy" sets. Thanks.


-Rock on



roland td3 electronic kit. do it.
#4
Quote by LemonTurd
roland td3 electronic kit. do it.

Nah, sorry only acoustic.
I broke my G-string while fingering a minor. lol

Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul standard
Teisco delray
Washburn Lyon AAR signature edition
Line 6 Spider II
Boss Metal zone
Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah
#5
Quote by batman187
Pearl Forum.

+1
thats what i got.
low end zildjian cymbals arent bad and they're cheap
#9
being a tama man, i would recomend the imperialstar.
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#10
+1 to the pearl forum kit

but -1 to the sabian b8 cymbals...

spend a little bit more money on higher quality used stuff.
I got my AAX ride (used) for labout the price of a new B8 ride..