When you are quite sure that learning to play drums isn’t going to be just a flash in the pan or when you know that your beginning drummer, whether it’s you or someone else in your family, is going to practice for more than a couple of weeks, you might want to consider a beginner’s drum set that has a few more features than most.
That’s when you want to give the Alesis Nitro electronic drum set more than a passing glance.
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A popular choice for beginners is the Yamaha DTX400K Electronic Drum Set. It’s shown above without all the cables attached.
It has some limitations, but that’s why the price is fairly low and why it’s considered a starter set.
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ddrum DD1 Plus kit
When you are looking at drum sets for beginners, the ddrum DD1 Plus electronic drum set is almost certainly one you will encounter.
Of course, the question you have is this: Is this a good drum set for beginners or should I look for something else?
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Electronic drum sets for beginners aren’t really all that much different from more “advanced” kits. The main thing is that they don’t cost a lot.
If you’re not sure that drums are for you or for someone who thinks they want to give them a shot, you don’t want to make a huge investment up front.
Below I’ve collected what are probably the best, most popular, and least expensive electronic drum sets for you to consider.
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