What makes a good drummer anyway? Is it the chops? The groove? See what the guys over at Drum Chat are saying.
Inexpensive or “Cheap” Drumsets: Some parents and even some adults don’t want to pay for top quality in drumsets. They’re just starting out and don’t want to spend top dollar until they see how they (or the student) will do. Therefore it makes sense to have an alternative. While “cheap” often means “falls apart if you look at it wrong”, there are some drumsets on the market that are a pretty good value for the money. Drum Bum offers an entry level beginner drumset that even won an industry award a few years back. This means that considering the price, the music industry thought that it was a pretty good value. Will it be a $700 kit? Of course not, its in the category of cheap drumsets. But what it does do is give the consumer another choice. If they can save a little money in the beginning, they can later invest in a more expensive, quality kit once they know the student is going to stick with it.
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Always love to find drums in commercials and movies. It’s such a personal connection. Here’s something I stumbled upon today. Was wondering if any of you had seen it?
THE VISITOR – Richard Jenkins, a lonely college professor, finds life again through the drums.
One of my favorites so far. This drumset t-shirt flat out rocks!
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DrumChat.com continues to soar with now over 5000 members! This popular drum forum is known for it’s live chat area (the ShoutBox) and its many experienced drummers that hang out there. But it’s most know for building a community based on respect and diplomacy. A refreshing change from other drum forums that seem almost out of control at times. Visit DrumChat.com and see what the buzz is all about.