Have you ever wondered if that unique Gretsch sound, which the best and most famous drummers crave for, is really that "great"? In this Gretsch Catalina Maple review, you'll find the answer you are looking for. The Gretsch Company has a 130 year history and a reputation for crafting beautiful ... » Learn More about Gretsch Catalina Maple Review: Great Sound Or Fool All-Around?
Acoustic drum kits
Tama is known for making some of the best sounding drum kits in the business and any modern-day great drummers such as Anika Nilles and Robert Searight (look them up!) swear by Tama. Now, the Imperialstar is Tama's entry-level acoustic drum kit and is also one of their cheapest drum kits. Which begs ... » Learn More about Tama Imperialstar Review: Will it Cover Your Drumming Needs?
In this Pearl Roadshow review, I will outline where the value lies in this particular set, and also how to make the most of your drum kit over time. This 5-piece drum kit series comes with basically everything you need to start drumming as soon as the package hits your doorstep. But you might ... » Learn More about Pearl Roadshow Review: THE Drum Kit For The Beginning Drummer
I'm guessing you don't associate "shaken, not stirred" with a drum kit. But apparently Sonor did, and so they called their compact drum kit the "Sonor Martini". But is this kit really as good as getting wasted at the bar? You might have your doubts about the sound potential of a drum set with no ... » Learn More about Sonor Martini Review – This Could Be For You (Whether You Drink or Not)
When I ordered the Ludwig Breakbeats, I wasn't sure if it would live up to my expectations. After all, it was a Ludwig drum kit and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, drummer of Jimmy Fallon's house band, had designed it. So I thought it was too cheap to be good. So I got the kit and I played and played ... » Learn More about Ludwig Breakbeats Review: When a Star Drummer Designs a Kit