As a drummer, you wouldn't want anything to get in between you and a set drums that sound fantastic. The folks at Drum Workshop tend to agree, which is why in 2000, they created an affordable, new line of drums called Pacific Drums and Percussion (PDP). PDP drums, percussion instruments and accessories are designed to meet the demands of beginning, intermediate and casual drummers. Providing high-quality instruments at a price to suit almost every drummer's budget, PDP definitely impresses with their varied selection of drums and percussion.
Speaking of selection, if you're here looking for your first drums kit or want to buy a set for a young, aspiring drummer, a fantastic place to start is PDP's Z Series. Ideal for student musicians, the durable hardwood shells in this series will take a beating and keep right on playing. A prime set of Z Series drums is the top-selling PDP Z5 Shell Pack. A great shell pack for aspiring drummers everywhere, this inexpensive kits comes with 3 toms, a kick and a scare and is available in a rainbow of spotlight stealing colors that are bound to get you noticed. Cymbals and hardware are not included though, so make sure you check out accessories like PDP's EZ Cymbal Pack and their collection of clamps, mounts, holders and pedals before setting them up for the first time.
Besides shell packs, DPD also has quite a few single drums available, so if you already have a basic kit and want to customize it or add to it, you're in the right spot. In the market for the perfect wooden snare? PDP's Blackout Maple Snare Drum and their Maple Snare with Wood Hoops are two best-sellers you should definitely consider. Perhaps you're searching for a new snare that's made from steel. If that's the case, make sure to check out PDP's Chrome Over Steel Piccolo Drum. Delivering the classic, bright attack of steel with balanced overtones, this snare is an excellent choice for the drummer who is looking to upgrade from a rental kit to a set of their own.
The snares and shell packs mentioned above only begin to make up the drums and percussion PDP has to offer. Make sure you take a bit of time getting familiar with their entire lineup before making your final selection because you never know what a few clicks of your mouse will uncover. Whether you go with a whole kit, a single drum or some hardware and accessories, just remember that PDP is a name professional and amateur drummers alike have trusted for well over a decade, so no matter what you choose, you're bound to be happy with the results.