I intended this article to be a review of the Alesis DM6 Nitro kit. However, during my research, I discovered that Alesis also has a kit called the DM6 USB (which was formerly called the DM6 kit) and a kit called simply the Nitro.
This confusing set of names begged for a comparison of the three sets, so that’s really what this article will be – a look at the DM6 Nitro, the DM6 USB, and the Nitro.
We’ll see by the end of the article which one is the most recommended. Continue reading “Alesis DM6 Nitro Review”
As I have mentioned elsewhere, Alesis uses the DM10 label for several of their electronic drum sets. The DM10 Studio Kit and DM10 Studio Mesh Kit are large, 6-piece drum sets that are at the top of the Alesis electronic line.
Let’s take a look at these two similar sets to see which one would suit you best. Continue reading “Alesis DM10 Studio (Mesh) Review”
Alesis makes some nice electronic drum kits. Those in the DM10 line are some of the most popular. The only hitch is that they include the label “DM10” in so many of their model names that it can be confusing knowing which one you’re looking at. In this article, I’ll review two of them together – the DM10 X and DM10 X Mesh kits.
I might as well tell you up front (because you’ve probably already guessed it anyway) that the main difference between these two sets is that the one has mesh drums and the other doesn’t. Continue reading “Alesis DM10 X and DM10 X Mesh Kit Review”
There are three Alesis electronic drum kits that use basically the same “brain”. These are the Crimson, the Command, and the Forge kits. In this article I’ll take a look at the Command kit vs the Forge kit, so you can spot their similarities and differences. If you want to compare this to the Command set, check out this article. Continue reading “Alesis Command Kit vs Forge Kit Review”
If all you wanted was a cool looking electronic drum set, then the Alesis Crimson kit (aka 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 and specs in this Crimson Mesh review. By the end of the article, you should be able to tell if this kit will do what you want it to or not. Continue reading “Alesis Crimson Mesh Review”
Many drummers consider Roland electronic drum sets to be the best available. The Alesis Strike Pro seriously challenges that line of thinking. I intend to show you in this Alesis Strike Pro review why some have thought this way since the Strike Pro was released in 2016. Continue reading “Alesis Strike Pro Review”
Alesis electronic drum sets are popular, good quality kits. Alesis makes many models. I’ll take a quick look at most of them for you in this overview article.
Hopefully there will be enough information in these brief descriptions that you can tell if you want a particular set or not.
If you already happen to know that you want one of them or just want to check on their pricing and availability at Amazon, you can click the links in the list below. Continue reading “Alesis Electronic Drum Sets Review and Overview”
The ddrum signature red and black styling is impossible to miss in both their DD Beta drum set and their DD Beta XP kit. Let’s take a look at what’s behind, inside, and under the flashy coloring by comparing the DD Beta and the DD Beta XP.
If you are already set on getting one of these two ddrum drum kits, you can click either of the links below to check the pricing and availability at Amazon.
Continue reading “ddrum DD Beta vs DD Beta XP Drum Set Review”
You’ve probably heard this question: What’s in a name? When it comes to this drum manufacturer, this is my question: What is the name? Is it ddrum or ddrums? And why no capital letter?
Okay, it’s for style. I get that. But then let’s have some consistency. Even the ddrum DD Beta D Lite drum set is formatted differently in different places – including on the manufacturer’s own website.
Now I know that this is nit picky stuff that doesn’t really matter, but it’s still a little annoying. Pick a name and stick to it so others (like me) know what to call you and your products.
So, all that said, let’s take a look at a cute, little drum kit called (I think) the DD Beta D Lite. There’s a pun there. Did you get it? D Lite = Delight. Continue reading “ddrum DD Beta D Lite Drum Set Review”
The PylePro PED021M electronic drum set is currently the top of the line from Pyle. For a company originally known for their speakers and now for many non-musical products as well, this electronic drum kit isn’t bad.
Let’s take a quick look at the PED021M so you can see if it’s a drum set that you would be interested in acquiring. Continue reading “PylePro PED021M Electronic Drum Set Review”