How much does an electronic drum set cost?
Choosing a good set of drums to buy can be a daunting task however there are many tasks to consider while shopping for one. Below I’ll look into the factors to help you realistically choose an electronic set of drums that are worth the purchase.
Many drum sets come in a pair of different configurations, standard or fusion
For you to be able to distinguish their configurations you have to know the diameters. Among the most prominent features of the fusion drums include 10” and 12” mounted toms, a 22”bass drum and a 16” floor tom. The smaller diameters of the fusion set are so designed to produce a punchy note and an articulate sound.
The standard size has the virtue of larger toms which produce a greater volume and bigger tone. Choosing a good set of drums is subjective to the benefits of each configuration.
Another major factor to consider while purchasing a drum set is finances
You can get a cheap drum set that can max out your performance but not the cost. It is always wise to resist the temptation to purchase the cheapest kit because cheap sometimes is expensive. You’ll probably buy a set of drum sets that are demotivating, won’t be able to support you, have no spare parts and are not able to give you the best value for your money.
With a reasonable amount of money, you’ll be able to purchase a good kit from a reputable company which will improve your skills faster.
There are several different kinds of drum sets, but in this text, I’ll deal with electronic drum sets
Electronic drum sets fall into three categories of prices. Roland TDK-1K are state-of-the-art entry level kits which go for around 399 British Pounds. With an amount of 399-799 Pounds, you’ll be able to blow the market and acquire mid-point kits like the Roland TD-4KP that has more features. For investors, the Roland TD-11K is the most appropriate kit which goes for 799 Pounds.
There are some accessories that come with the drum sets
These include a throne, which goes for around 100 Pounds, sticks (under 10 pounds), and phones which cost 80 Pounds. For performers who would like to amplify their kits, you require a monitor, either the compact Roland PM-03 or the brutal Roland PM-10. The former costs 165 Pounds while the later goes for 219 Pounds. All the best as you shop for your favorite electronic drum set!