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The best electronic drum set for you depends on a number of factors, including your playing level, your budget and what you'll be using the kit for. For example, if you only need an e-kit for quiet home practice you may not need one that enables you to import audio samples. Or if you're just starting out, you may want an electronic drum set that prioritises multiple learning tools over myriad sounds and backing tracks.




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Best electronic drum set for value\n\nThe Alesis Nitro Mesh is the ideal starter kit. Everything comes in one box and is easy to set up. It's lightweight too, so packing it away or moving it between rooms is no problem. The all-mesh drum pads go some way to giving you a similar experience to playing an acoustic kit and the module features a satisfying range of sounds that should keep most drummers well occupied.


Best electronic drum set for established drummers\n\nIf you're beyond the beginner stage and you want a kit that offers better sounds, sturdier hardware and a generally more advanced playing experience then the Yamaha DTX6K3-X is a top choice. We love the stock sounds, and the fact you can enhance and manipulate with things like amboience, compression and effects straight from the front of the module. The TCS Silicone pads feel great too, while the rack feels completely unshakeable.


Best electronic drum set for pro drummers\n\nRoland has long held the crown for making the best electronic drum sets when money is no object. The VAD706 sits right at the top of the tree in the Roland V-Drums Acoustic Design line-up, and for good reason. Not only do the full acoustic drum shells give the kit that traditional look that means it wouldn't look out of place on stage or in a top-end studio, but the TD-50X sound module is currently unbeatable when it comes to the technology on-board. Electronic drum set playing has never felt more natural or nuanced, and dialling in your sound has never been easier.


As of late, more and more companies are joining the fray with electronic kits of their own. For ultimate sound customisation and powerful processing, ATV and 2Box are worth your attention. While ATV makes e-kits designed to look and feel like real drums, 2Box makes e-kits that, hypothetically, are ever-expandable. Great for those who love to push the boundaries with their tech.


The very newest innovation comes from DW drums, of all places. DW is best-known as a top-end acoustic drum and hardware manufacturer. But recently, as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, and coming off the back of a new partnership with Roland, they announced the new DWe acoustic/electronic drum set. While you won't be able to get hands on until 2023, what we do know is that not only does this kit feature full size, traditional DW shells topped with mesh heads, but also that the trigger system is wireless and runs off standard AA batteries. With ex-Alesis Man Marcus Ryle at the helm, this could be a serious proposition and set the e-drums world on an entirely new path.


The Roland VAD706 (opens in new tab) is really the pinnacle of e-drums technology right now. This percussive powerhouse is designed to help you unlock all your drumming potential with dynamic, expressive feedback. From the studio to the stage, the tech under the hood - and within the mighty TD-50X module - of this beast is more than capable for any musical project you have in your head, whilst the real drum shells give it that authentic look.


Also included is the Alesis DMPAD kick pad which features a robust pressed steel housing, anti-creep spikes and a single-zone surface. Partnering the kick is a chunky kick pedal together with essential assembly key, drumsticks and manuals.


Out of the box the kit features a sturdy rack plus quiet, natural-feeling rubber drums and cymbals. In our experience rubber pads have always been far noisier and less forgiving than their mesh counterparts, but on this Yamaha the pads felt perfectly comfortable during extended playing periods.


NUX might be more synonymous with guitar gear, but the eagle-eyed amongst you will know that they make great electronic drum kits, too. The DM-210 sits at the more affordable end of their range and comes complete with four responsive all-mesh heads mounted to a compact, lightweight rack complete with independent bass drum tower, plus hi-hat, crash and ride cymbal pads.


Yamaha's latest electronic kit certainly ticks the boxes if you're after a setup that delivers great sounds and plenty of editing options. Featuring Yamaha's TCS silicone pads in the snare and tom positions, one of the most comfortable bass drum towers we've tried and an acoustic-style hi-hat (stand included), there's a lot to be excited about.


While Yamaha's music instrument manufacturing is only a small aspect of their wider business, it has consistently made some of the very best acoustic and electronic drum sets on the market. The DTX8 series is no different, and especially when it comes to this e-kit - the DTX8K-M - we see, in our opinion, one of the best Yamaha electronic drum sets to date.


The DTX8K-M, much like any electronic drum set, is nothing without its module. The DTX-PRO module featured on this e-kit delivers 40 fantastic kit presets which are modelled on some of Yamaha's top-quality acoustic drum sets, and with space for 200 user kits onboard too, you'll have endless hours of fun crafting your own killer sets for any style of music you can think of. The DTX-PRO module also enables you to quickly add or edit the ambience, compression or effects which are influencing your drum tones - giving you ultimate tweaking power over many aspects of your sound.


The Strike Pro may not be a perfect electronic drum set, but it does represent an unquestionably impressive amount of gear for the money. However, be prepared for a lot of tinkering to customise your setup.


If you're looking for the best Yamaha electronic drum set, then we think you may have found it in the DTX10K-X. The entirety of the DTX10 range is stunningly impressive - both visually and sonically - offering the user a truly enjoyable playing experience. But why?


No e-kit is whole without its module, and the DTX-PROX module which comes with the DTX10K-X delivers a raft of tonal personality in the way of great samples, exceptional tweakability and even a range of effects. These include compression and ambience, as well as an effect level dial - which can help to bring your drums to life in a live or studio scenario. We found, during testing, that the trigger settings were set to a fairly generic level out of the box and needed some initial tweaking to suit our playing style. Although a get-the-manual-out kind of job, it was fully worth it - not only to make our playing sound better, but to also understand the guts of the module in more depth.


Here you'll find out absolutely everything there is to know about electronic drum sets to help you choose the right one for you, whatever your budget or playing needs. We've split our advice into useful sections. Just hit the links below to head straight to the info need.


The features that you can expect from kits in this price bracket are damn impressive. High-tech upgrades like digital triggering on certain drums and cymbals can upgrade your playing experience with added dynamics and the sound you produce infinitely. The modules are another key point of progression when you get to spending the big bucks, with super high fidelity drum sounds and loads of effects and ambience customisation coming as standard.


Best electronic drum set for valueThe Alesis Nitro Mesh is the ideal starter kit. Everything comes in one box and is easy to set up. It's lightweight too, so packing it away or moving it between rooms is no problem. The all-mesh drum pads go some way to giving you a similar experience to playing an acoustic kit and the module features a satisfying range of sounds that should keep most drummers well occupied.


Best electronic drum set for established drummersIf you're beyond the beginner stage and you want a kit that offers better sounds, sturdier hardware and a generally more advanced playing experience then the Yamaha DTX6K3-X is a top choice. We love the stock sounds, and the fact you can enhance and manipulate with things like amboience, compression and effects straight from the front of the module. The TCS Silicone pads feel great too, while the rack feels completely unshakeable.


Best electronic drum set for pro drummersRoland has long held the crown for making the best electronic drum sets when money is no object. The VAD706 sits right at the top of the tree in the Roland V-Drums Acoustic Design line-up, and for good reason. Not only do the full acoustic drum shells give the kit that traditional look that means it wouldn't look out of place on stage or in a top-end studio, but the TD-50X sound module is currently unbeatable when it comes to the technology on-board. Electronic drum set playing has never felt more natural or nuanced, and dialling in your sound has never been easier.


More expensive electronic kits feature advanced triggers with multiple zones in order to produce different sounds - differentiating between hits on the edge, bow and bell of the ride cymbal, for example. Some triggers also feature multiple pickups, enabling more dynamic and realistic triggering of sounds. 041b061a72


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