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
I think you'll agree with me that finding the right electronic drum set can be tough: there are so many good options out there. And at some point it just doesn't help to read yet another list of best electronic drum sets. That's why I'm focusing on only one affordable drum set with a very good ... » Learn More about Yamaha DTX450K Review – Answering The FAQs
If you are just starting out with playing the drums, it's always best to keep things simple. It's easy to become distracted and frustrated if you start with too many variables. If I were a beginner, I would look for a drum kit that is effortless to set up and navigate. The Behringer XD80USB seems ... » Learn More about Behringer XD80USB Review: Is This The Electronic Drum Kit for You?