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Offline wiccan8888

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Suggest a good beginner drum set
« on: February 01, 2020, 09:35:31 PM »
Can you suggest a beginner drum set? Not going to be used on gig, just for house practice and self learning.  What brand and model is the best, maybe for around 20k budget.

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Re: Suggest a good beginner drum set
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2020, 01:56:11 PM »
you can start by looking into fernando, maya, lazer, global brands they are all made in china and are just rebranded drums. However, some fernandos offer hanging toms which are a step above the normal skewered toms, in that they allow the drum to breathe a tad easier.

The fernando comes with a zildjian planet Z set and is priced at PHP21,100, just a pinch over your 20k budget, but will is well worth the price.

Do consider that to get entry level kits like this to sound "ok-ish" you will most likely need to spend again to upgrade the heads mainly.

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Re: Suggest a good beginner drum set
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2020, 08:28:31 PM »
you can start by looking into fernando, maya, lazer, global brands they are all made in china and are just rebranded drums. However, some fernandos offer hanging toms which are a step above the normal skewered toms, in that they allow the drum to breathe a tad easier.

The fernando comes with a zildjian planet Z set and is priced at PHP21,100, just a pinch over your 20k budget, but will is well worth the price.

Do consider that to get entry level kits like this to sound "ok-ish" you will most likely need to spend again to upgrade the heads mainly.

Thanks!