November 25, 2011
If you’re a drummer, you know how hard it is to be able to practice or jam on your kit without making the whole neighborhood file a petition to stop the noise. You need a way to hear and feel the power of a drum kit while remaining quiet. The best way to do that is with an electronic drum kit. Now while these kits do provide an alternative to noisy acoustic drums, they also have incredible features that allow for more than just a muted practice/jam experience. They have built in sounds, training tools, and connectivity to your personal computer so you can download more sounds or start recording. There are a plethora of kits out there so we decided to help you pick the best one for your Little Drummer Boy (or Girl) this holiday season.
STARTER KIT: Alesis DM6
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October 15, 2010
After the Video Taylor from Unique Squared commented on the DM6 Express:
“The Alesis DM6 Express is everything you could want in an electronic drum kit, and your neighbors will thank you everyday for it. The affordability makes it a good starter kit for beginners and a great practice tool/controller for the professional. Get your groove tight with the built in metronome. Use the USB out to record the drum intro for your new song. Take it on the road, use the pads and module with your acoustic kit, and show everyone your versatility. There are so many applications with all the things you get with the Alesis DM6 Express.
Having the USB is what gives the DM6 express its many options. Lets say you want to go to a live gig with the Dual Zone snare pad as a controller for two extra sounds. Just plug the module into