Gretsch is one of the brands that carry an association with rock, jazz or bop (Bop is a style of jazz) drum kits. The Catalina is Gretsch’s second most affordable range, after the “energy” series, with the Club Jazz package being their most “well” pricedkit. First Thoughts The Catalina Club Jazz ... » Learn More about Gretsch Catalina Club Review
If all you wanted was a cool looking electronic drum set, then the Alesis Crimson kit or Alesis Crimson Mesh kit would probably fit the bill. Just the name “Crimson” tells you a lot about what this set looks like. But looks aren’t everything, as they say. So let me take you through the features ... » Learn More about Alesis Crimson Kit II Review
Maple/birch shells, precise bearing edges, and a snare drum exchange program…at a midrange price? Yes, please! First Thoughts Mapex sweetens the deal for Armory kit buyers with a unique offer. If you decide within two weeks of the purchase date that the supplied Tomahawk snare isn’t your cup of ... » Learn More about Mapex Armory Review
Imagine for a second that your favourite rock band is playing live on stage in front of you. What do you hear once you stop looking at the song as a whole, but rather as a sum of its parts? Every band member and every instrument has a task which they need to take care of on top of being creative ... » Learn More about 5 Best Metronomes for Drummers
When I started playing drums, metronomes used to be really clunky. My first metronome looked like the most boring thing my childish eyes had ever gazed at. But the times, oh, they are a-changin’ - and Soundbrenner is on a mission to revolutionize the metronome game. Their Soundbrenner Pulse ... » Learn More about Soundbrenner Pulse Review: Metronome Of The Future?