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New to drumming in need of help!    14:10 on Thursday, February 12, 2004 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Amy)
Hi i am totally new to drumming, i and have only just started drumming ! until yesterday i had never even held a pair of sticks!

Ive always wanted to be a drummer but i know nothing about drumming!

I want to know what kit to get how to set it up tune it etc! i know nothing!

I have a budget of 300 and im into rock and heavy metal form the 80s like guns n roses and metallica if that helps and i also like a bit of indie like rem if that affect my choice of drum kit i dont know!

Hopefully someone can help me!

Thanks

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    20:40 on Thursday, February 19, 2004 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(randy)
hey amy there are serveral kinds of drums out there.you can get a middle class set of drums but there more than 300 dollars.you can by a low end set for about 400 the better sets usely dont come with cymbals.i would by a set with all the hard ware first and then learn beats and rythems

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    14:12 on Saturday, February 28, 2004 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Joe)
The best beginner kit out there, is a performance percusstion. 5 piece, including a pair of hit hats and crash cymbol.
Also its sterdy for its price and can take a lot of punch and hard playing. I had this kit when i started playing drums, whilst evening played it in rock band.
TOP KIT

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    19:21 on Saturday, February 28, 2004 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Keenan Flogerzi)
Don`t be fooled when it says cymbals are included. Usually, all that means is you`re getting some super cheap cymbals that sound horrible. So, fit into your budget the fact that you are going to need to get some kind of cymbal pack. When I first got my drums, I paid an extra $100 or so on a Sabian pack that came with hi-hats and a ride/crash. I still have the ride/crash.

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    09:18 on Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Big Mike)
I`ve been playing about a year now, I have been trying to get use to my double bass and I was just wondering are there any tips somsone can give me so that I can work on my speed I can do triplets and 16th`s but for some reason when it comes to short bursts like for instance the song: One by Metallica I can do that I`ve been trying forever help me out if you can.

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    16:48 on Wednesday, March 30, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(Chris)
Well for 300 you are not going to get a lot. get a second hand kit first with any old cymbols just to get you started, because when you start drumming no matter what kit your playing on it is still going to sound crap, trust me i have been there. Get some lessons from a really good teacher that will teach you how to read music aswell as the stuff you want. once you get good, and some money, then think about getting a kit to suit your style. i reccomned a Tama, which is the one which metallica use. and one last thing, drumming can`t be written into you, you have to have it and don`t give up at the first hurdle. hope that has helped!

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Re: New to drumming in need of help!    15:43 on Friday, April 01, 2005 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes
(big mike)
dude


   

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