Digital drum kits still seem new to many people and some people still think they aren’t even close to the real thing. Think about it nothing is ever as good as the real thing but you can get exceptionally close.
What’s the benefits of a Digital drum kit?
The gap between digital and acoustic Drum Kits has been shrinking for some time now, many people have found comfort in going to digital products over acoustic ones mainly due to the benefits they have for modern living. Lets look at some of the benefits.
– Occupies a small Space/Easily Transportable – Digital drum kits are fully adjustable, allowing you to flat pack the kit. The Pads can be adjusted on the frame, as well as the frame folding in on itself, the benefits of this means it can be easily transported, are suitable for younger children and are space saving.
– Volume control – Probably the most important point with the comparison of digital and acoustic kits. Acoustic drum kits are known for being especially loud, so having the freedom to put headphones in or play out loud (Using products, such as the Roland PM10 or Roland PM03.) at adjustable volumes is useful for those with noise concerns.
– Audio Capabilities – able to plug in devices for learning/practicing purposes. You can even plug them in and record directly to your computer.
– More sounds/Types of drum kits – With digital kits you have the option to use kits that are tailored to certain genres, for example, if you wanted to play in the genre of funk, you have kits that are better suited to funk. The main benefits here are that you can have the right kit, at the right time, every time!
DEROSA’s drum lesson start from £12 and take place on the amazing Roland digital drum kits in groups or 1-1’s. Have a look here for all the information.
You can also rent drum kits form DEROSA for just £30 a month. All the information can be found here.