recommendations

All the items below are affiliated links to equipment and resources that I would recommend.

Please use the links given to help support me.

Feel free to get in contact if you need some advice on equipment that isn't listed or can't find what you need on this page.

As a drum teacher it is important to me that my students have an easily accessible list of recommended equipment and resources. 

resources

essentials

electronic drums

under £500

pros:

+ Mesh Heads

+ flexible set up

cons:

- not the best sound

pros:

+ yamaha build & sound

+ easy to set up

cons:

- rubber pads

- limited set up

£500 - £1000

pros:

+ Mesh Heads

+ Roland build & sound

cons:

- bass drum pad

- 2 zone ride

pros:

+ large pads

+ 2 crashes

cons:

- 2 zone ride

- Sounds

- no accessory pack

pros:

+ 3 zone ride

+ Silicone snare

cons:

- Rubber toms

pros:

+ Real hi hat stand

+ 3 zone cymbals

cons:

- Rubber toms

pros:

+ Best module

+ Mesh snare

+ Best Kick pad

cons:

- Rubber toms

- 2 zone ride

£1000 - £2500

pros:

+ Real hi hat stand

+ 3 zone cymbals

cons:

- Yamaha sounds

pros:

+ Best module

+ Mesh snare & Toms

cons:

- 2 zone ride

pros:

+ Best module

+ Mesh Snare & Toms

+ Real hi hat stand

+ 2 crashes

+ Real Hi hat Stand

+ 3 zone Ride

cons:

- Price

pros:

+ Looks like a real kit

+ Best module

+ 2 crashes

+ Real Hi hat

cons:

- Price

pros:

+ 3 Crashes

+ 4 toms

+ Looks like a real kit

cons:

- Alesis sounds

miscellaneous

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William Jupp

London, United Kingdom

willjupp.drums@gmail.com

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