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Old 04-13-2013, 05:53 AM
achdumeingute achdumeingute is offline
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Default Re: Should I buy an e-kit?

Having both is better, even if they both are not good.

Not to sound like a jerk, but if money is a problem, then the e-kit you can afford is probably not going to be all that good.

I mean, the low end (under 1000) e-kits by yamaha and roland are certainly nice, but if you are serious, you are probably going to be wanting a $2/3000 e-drum kit.

You can get a MUCH better acoustic kit with far more toms/cymbals (if that is your thing) for that price.

I have a td-3, i don't see buying anything less than a td-20/30 as enough of an upgrade...and yet i don't have 2000+ dollars to spend. Much easier to upgrade acoustics. To upgrade an e-kit, the module is key, and top end modules are 1500+ MINIMUM used.
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