"When Mr. Ludwig invented the bass-drum pedal, that's what made the drum set possible" (Neil Peart) So double bass pedals are crucial to your drumming for sure! But they can also suck up a lot of time when it comes to tweaking them so that you're able to play faster. If you're into that, that's ... » Learn More about The Best Double Bass Pedal for the Money: Find Yours Today!
HiHats are arguably the most important aspect of your cymbal setup as you play them more often than any other part of your drum set - except perhaps the snare drum or your kick. And because you hit them so often, your HiHat sound will determine the overall sound of your drum set to a pretty large ... » Learn More about Best HiHats to Improve Your Drum Set Sound (Even On a Budget)
When my band mates came up to me saying I had to learn cajon in order for us to play our sets "unplugged", I resisted. I didn't want to change from sitting behind my shiny, big drum set to squatting on a small wooden box which has now become famous under the name "cajon". But when I finally ... » Learn More about Find Your Best Cajon Today – 4 Favorites Out Of 10 Prospects
Generally speaking, just about everyone will agree that Pearl doesn’t disappoint when it comes to quality. Even hardcore fans of other brands, more often than not, side with this general statement. We have grown to have an expectation that Pearl products at the very least will feel solid, function ... » Learn More about Pearl Midtown Review
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