The SP 4-Piece Drum Set with Cymbals has features that you would typically find on a drum kit costing twice the price. Ready-to-gig out of the box and on to the stage. Drum shells are made from 6-ply ... Click To Read More About This Product
The SP 4-Piece Drum Set with Cymbals has features that you would typically find on a drum kit costing twice the price. Ready-to-gig out of the box and on to the stage. Drum shells are made from 6-ply 7.5mm cross-laminated Asian mahogany and feature a 45-degree bearing edge for clear, focused sound. Shell sizes include 20" x 16" bass drum, 12" x 9" tom tom, 14" x 12" floor tom, and 5" x 13" snare drum.
Stands are double-braced with triple-chrome plating for greater stability and superior finish. Upgraded die-cast claw hooks and tension casings help ensure proper tuning and durability. The bass drum pedal uses a pro-style chain drive that provides solid, powerful, consistent feel and response.
Stagg Brass Starter Cymbal Set
This Stagg Brass Starter Cymbal Set is great for beginning drummers on a budget. It includes a pair of 13" hi-hats and a 16" crash cymbal.
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I bought this for my 11-year old's birthday present after getting one for the church praise band. This set is perfect for any serious beginner or even as a rehearsal/garage set for the budget-conscious pro looking to add an extra kit without breaking the bank. The Stagg cymbals were much better than I anticipated. All the drums were easy to set up and tune, and the hardware is sturdy enough to support everything correctly. I'll probably upgrade the kick pedal and high hat stand as he grows into the instrument over the next year, but they both work well with smooth action, no excessive movement or rattles.
This set is my recording/ travling set for my band. We play classic rock styles and this suits our drum needs perfectly. When I first sat down to play it, I didn't know what to expect. In the end, its a great set for a great price! It's set up like Ringo Star's kit from the 60's and feels like a classic kit. I've been playing for eight years and I love it! I recommend it for not only for starters, but for people looking traveling kits. The stands are a bit questionable though...
I play bass and guitar, but have wanted to get a drumset for awhile now. I decided on this one after searching around for a good number of weeks. It is a great set for a beginner to learn on. The heads definitely need to be replaced, but sound pretty decent for stock heads. The cymbals are solid. Only complaint I have would have would be the hardware, the pedals sometimes stick, which can be annoying, and the clutch on the high hat stand sometimes comes loose. Overall, it's a good value for a full set. Good to let a beginner beat up on before replacing the heads and upgrading the hardware as they get more comfortable with it.
i got this drum set as a gift. it is very nice. i would recommend this drum set to any starter. so far it seems like it would last very long. im going to need to buy new heads and cymbals soon. all in all very nice drum set!
This is an ideal drum set for the beginning player. I bought this drum set over two years ago and so far it has held up pretty well. The only thing that I would recommend is replacing the top and bottom drum heads right away. The head for the mounted tom is not very sturdy and it dents incredibly quick, no matter how hard you hit it. The only other problem I have come across is with the floor tom. The internal hardware isn't attached very well and within the first month the bolts came off and bounced around on the inside of the tom. So before you put the heads on tighten the screws. As far as the cymbals, they take awhile to break in but once you do that, they can be used for any style of music. This is a wonderful and very low priced drumset, and I would recommend it for anyone just starting out or an intermediate player.
So I bought this set during the Black Friday sale. I was debating between this set and the 5-piece set. I chose this set because it's smaller (20" kick and 14" floor tom) as comapred to the 5-piece (22" bass and 16" floor) because I need to be able to easily put it in my car. The sanre is better than I thought, but the cymbals are God awful. It sounds like you're playing on tin or garbage can lids. Even the employees told me that the cymbals would be the first thing to replace. Get a cymbal package from Zildjian (they have one for $175 which has the hi-hats, a 14" crash and a free "16 crash/ride) or Meinl package. Overall, the set (once the cymbals and heads are replaced) is decent to rock out to if you're playing gigs in bars or on the road...
It took me about 45 minutes to put it together out of the box,pretty self explanatory. The heads that it comes with are junk,so I would definitely recommend putting some quality heads on it. As far as sound and playability I love this kit. I bought this kit for my 8 & 3 year olds and I just can't stay off of it! Very good starter set at a great price.
For the amount of money you pay, I shouldn't be complaining about the quality of sound. The heads on the drums should be immediately replaced. The cymbal and hi hat should be replaced to. It's good for people on low budget, but it would not make you happy in the long run. I suggest you but the shells only - if low on cash - and buy all heads and cymbals separately. May I suggest Remo Ambassador/Emperor Heads and Zildjian ZBT's or Meinl(if not enough money). Overall, only thing good is the shells, but even they're not all that great.