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Good Drummer plus a Good Quality of Drums equals Good Music

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If you are serious in playing drums and you do like to have a good quality of drums you must remember that it is an expensive and long-term purchase not to be taken lightly. If you are serious about playing and learning the drums, owning a drum set is a crucial tool to have.
You need to consider the price. This will indicate the quality of drums you can buy. Next is your style. You must determine what kind of genre you love to play most, there is specific drums indicated in every genre. Choose your type of wood for your drums. The softer woods produce lower tones with less projection. Harder woods produce higher tones with more projection. There are three main types of wood that most drums are made out of: maple, birch, and mahogany. Mahogany is the softest of the three and will produce lower tones and has a great bottom-end punch. Maple is somewhere in the middle, and tends to be the most popular. Birch is the hardest wood of the three and produces a higher tone with a lot of projection. Size of the drums, the size of the drums affects its pitch for instance; a 16"" drum will have a much lower pitch than a 10"" drum. The most important is the sound. This time use your ear then choose drums that sound good to you. Play the drums that you are interested in and decide if you like the sound.
Drums are very important in bands. In most bands drums are 99% there because the role of drums is to maintain the beat and give solid sound. A drummer, who is off beat, or off tempo, will lead the entire band jeopardy. Therefore, if the drummer is weak the whole band will be weak. A good drummer knows how to choose good drums. If you’re a real drummer treat your drums as your partner in music.

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