Not everyone can afford to go straight into the custom ranges of drum kits as a beginner, so here is a list of the top 5 cheap drum sets out there from great drum manufactures.
Pearl (Vision) – Pearl have always been up there as having one of the best entry level drum sets of all time, the “Pearl Export”. Unfortunately pearl have discontinued the Export and the Vision went into production as its successor.
Tama (Imperialstar) – Just like pearl had their export so did Tama have there “Rockstar” a kit that would stand the test of time and live to tell the story. Well in Tama’s modern day range the Imperialstar fills the boots of the rockstar as the entry level kit of Tama’s range, packed with high-end features.
Sonor (Force 507) – Sonor’s least expensive line, designed for beginners. This kit has a lower grade of hardware than the rest of the kits in sonor’s range but is still built with the same care and quality as the higher ranges, boasting 9-layer basswood shells for a mighty punch for an entry level kit.
Yamaha (GigMaker) – The new Gig Maker kit is Yamaha’s offering for the beginner or intermediate drummer. Yamaha are well known in the music instrument industry for a long time now and have brought age and wisdom to this line of entry level kit, great for both studio and live playing for anyone starting out in drums.
Mapex (Voyager) – The new Voyager range is a complete drum kit with cymbals and hardware, the perfect bundle to get you started in drumming. Complete with 7.2mm basswood shells, 330 series hardware and Remo skins your ready to rock from the minute you unpack.
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