BEST KIDS DRUM SET COLLECTION FOR YOU
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What Kids Want
- Acoustic Drum Kits
It is good for beginners and is relatively cheap. They are very loud and consist of a snare drum, a bass drum, some snare drums, and metal cymbals.
- Kids Electronic Drum Set
The electronic drum set is much smaller than the acoustic drum set. It can be connected to headphones, so there is no noise! It can also be connected to an electronic bookend and an amplifier.
Bass drums, also known as kick drums, are the largest. People play it with a bass drum pedal instead of drumsticks.
- Snare Drum
The snare drum is the loudest and most crucial drum.
Tom-toms include a medium tom, a high tom, and a floor tom.
There are three main types of toms.
Ride cymbals are usually found in full-size drum sets.
The crash cymbal makes the most noise.
Hi-hats can also be played with a foot pedal.
- Drum holders
Make sure it is adjustable and comfortable.
Drum sticks are straight. Most drumsticks are made of hickory, which is low weight and durable. Want to learn rock music? 2A drumsticks are recommended! If you want to learn jazz, you can buy 7A drumsticks.
- Drum set size
Plastic drums that resemble a "toy" kit are perfect for children under six years old.
You can buy a "beginner" acoustic drum set when a child is ten years old.
For kids 12 and older, it's also good to buy a full-size drum set.
The 4-piece kids drum set is suitable for beginners and includes a bass drum, a floor tom, a snare drum, and a mounted tom.
The kids 5 piece drum set has an extra mounted tom.
The 3-piece kids drum set includes only a bass drum, a single mounted tom, and a snare drum.
Children under 150 cm can use children's drum sets. Usually, 3-piece kids drum sets are smaller, while 5-piece kids drum sets are a little bigger and suitable for slightly older children.
Junior drum kits are much smaller and are perfect for children ten years old and younger. A full-size kids drum kit usually has a 20" or 22" bass drum, so the child may not be able to reach the pedals and play the toms and cymbals. If they are under ten years old, use a junior size kit.
- There are wrinkles or large dents in the drumhead.
- There are holes or cracks in the drumhead.
- The white coating on the drum head has disappeared.
Although the drums will still work fine, the sound quality will turn worse and worse as time goes by. So please replace the drum head promptly.