Getting a drum kit.
Buying your first or upgrading your drum kit is scary. Here's some help.
I strongly recommend buying an electric kit for the first few years. It's quieter and smaller and sounds better so you
will be able to fit it in your home and life and have a lot more fun and be able to play/practice for a lot longer. The down
side is that they are a little more expensive than accoustic kits, but their resale value is generally good if you look after
yours. Buy your first kit second-hand to save some money, but be careful that you buy the right brand and makes. Below are
a selection of entry level electric kits that I recommend to you.
Be careful to avoid these single solid body kits (below) and the USB kit that connects to your computer. Your practice
will be severly limited by them and the pads (of the USB kit) are too hard. The pedals are aweful too.