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Drum Kit £ 99.99 @ Lidl

£99.99 @ LIDL
* Drums: * - 22'' bass drum * - 12'' tom tom * - 13'' tom tom * - 16'' floor tom tom * - 14'' snare drum * Hardware: * - Cymbal stand * - Hi-hat stand * - … Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
* Drums:
* - 22'' bass drum
* - 12'' tom tom
* - 13'' tom tom
* - 16'' floor tom tom
* - 14'' snare drum
* Hardware:
* - Cymbal stand
* - Hi-hat stand
* - Snare drum stand
* - Bass drum pedal
* Cymbals:
* - 13'' hi-hats
* - 16'' crash
* Accessories:
* - 2 pairs of drumsticks
* - Instruction manual
* - A1 basics of drumming poster
* 14'' practice pad
* 2 year manufacturer's warranty
* Price per set
* was £299.99
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#1
That looks a great price to me. I am tempted. However, it will cost me £1000 to soundproof the garage. :thinking:
#2
heat from me-will consider this for the sons christmas.
#3
The kit is "volt", which obviously nobody has ever heard of before today :P But to even get a slightly gig-worthy drum kit you're looking at £400-£500 so this is incredibly hot. If you're looking to learn drums and you're looking for a kit, this is your best bet - would make an excellent xmas pressie. Also the extras are good and actually relevant to learning drums - I've been teaching for nearly five years and you cannot get to a high level without a practice pad. Just don't be put off by the quality - red hot chili peppers drummer chad smith learned on ice cream drums!

Again, fantastic deal. Nice one OP :)
#4
Just keep an eye out on a well known auction site and get a decent branded used one for not much more then this such as a Pearl, Sonor or Yamaha. There's always loads around some of which go for silly prices.
#5
Hot deal! Excellent price to get an introduction to the drums without beaking the bank.
Available direct from the manufacturer too at 'only' 449 euros plus delivery.
http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.voggenreiter.de%2F&anno=2
#6
Great price, was tempted by the set in Costco but this is much better value, heat added
#7
RedOnRed;6713203
Just keep an eye out on a well known auction site and get a decent branded used one for not much more then this such as a Pearl, Sonor or Yamaha. There's always loads around some of which go for silly prices.


+1
#8
Other musical instruments showing but no drum kit for me? :?
#9
dont buy this if you wanna learn drums!!!
#10
I don't know how they can do this for such a low price. It must be worth a go if you have the cash. I imagine it would make a good Xmas present.
#11
part2
Other musical instruments showing but no drum kit for me? :?


+1
#12
I seen a similar looking kit in Home Bargains. Dunno about the quality though.
1 Like #13
Jack-L92
dont buy this if you wanna learn drums!!!


I wanna learn the guitar will it work for that :p
#14
Cool! How do I attach it to my Wii? :thinking:
#15
whpis_x;6716256
+1


Eh?
#16
This is a good deal. Any drum kit for £99 should be considered! Sure it's not going to be high quality, but good enough to start out on!
#17
The danger with this is that the poor quality equipment could easily put off a budding drummer - as was said earlier a 2nd hand kit off ebay from an established make would make a MUCH better buy. THat's what i'd do for my son - well I wouldn;t let him on my Yamaha custom :)

Chances are this hardware would fall apart quickly as these take a hell of a beating! trust me...I'm a doctor, err drummer.....
#18
If your thinking about this for Xmas pressie, you might aswell turn some pots and pans upside down and find some old dustbin lids for cymbals-coz thats what this kit will sound like, great price for a sparkly new kit that sounds like a car crash every time someone plays it. Buy second hand for a first kit, or even better buy a decent set of sticks and buy them a few drum lessons for the £100 you've just saved.:whistling:
#19
I did consider getting this for the OH, but god he would just drive me mad :w00t:
#20
Obviously this is not going to sound good but for this price it's hot and I can see two uses for it:

1. Either replace the skin with branded ones, or at least ones that sound better, and use it a normal drums kit.

2. Replace the skin with damp ones and use it for training.

I play drums by the way, check my profile on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BzhcocA04s

Heat and rep added.
#21
Jack-L92
dont buy this if you wanna learn drums!!!


Thats a quality piece of advice, very helpful.

It's all good and well telling people to buy second hand for a better quality kit but parents who know very little about the good/bad drum kits for their teenagers may end up with a naff second hand kit anyway?

Seems like very good value to me & a cheap way of finding out if someone is really interested in playing drums or it's just a passing fad.
#22
my first ad current kit was 100 quid, and im still using it, its pretty crap, but ive used it for 2 years now and it does its job!
#23
[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="4"]Looks like a bargain............ I hope my neighbour doesn't buy it![/SIZE][/FONT]:p
#24
daveo78;6716503
Cool! How do I attach it to my Wii? :thinking:


:-D:thumbsup:
#25
Great price :)
#26
jimjam
The danger with this is that the poor quality equipment could easily put off a budding drummer - as was said earlier a 2nd hand kit off ebay from an established make would make a MUCH better buy. THat's what i'd do for my son - well I wouldn;t let him on my Yamaha custom :)

Chances are this hardware would fall apart quickly as these take a hell of a beating! trust me...I'm a doctor, err drummer.....


Could be an advantage! Trust me ... I really am a doctor! :)
banned#27
Its Not Here? Lol X
suspended#28
Hoping to bag one of these. Been planning on getting there at 7.30am :oops:
#29
RedOnRed;6716537
Eh?


As in "I agree".

RedOnRed:
Just keep an eye out on a well known auction site and get a decent branded used one for not much more then this such as a Pearl, Sonor or Yamaha. There's always loads around some of which go for silly prices.
#30
SpoonyBoy;6717041
Thats a quality piece of advice, very helpful.

It's all good and well telling people to buy second hand for a better quality kit but parents who know very little about the good/bad drum kits for their teenagers may end up with a naff second hand kit anyway?

Seems like very good value to me & a cheap way of finding out if someone is really interested in playing drums or it's just a passing fad.


But £100 is £100...buying a "branded" second hand kit would at least leave you with something that would retain its value. The day after you buy this kit, its worth £40*


[SIZE=1]*not an accurate appraisal. Just a guess.[/SIZE]
#31
refaey
Obviously this is not going to sound good but for this price it's hot and I can see two uses for it:

1. Either replace the skin with branded ones, or at least ones that sound better, and use it a normal drums kit.


According to http://www.voggenreiter-shop.de/product_info.php/info/p235_VOLT-Drum-Set.html, it uses Remo heads.
#32
As it's a kit, would I have to build it myself? Not very good at DIY.
#33
Wow, cracking price for a starter kit!

£100 would only buy a very crap 2nd hand kit anyway with skins that have been murdered and cheap cymbals - its crap cymbals I find with cheap drum kits that let them down badly and you aint gonna get great ones on a 2nd hand kit for a hundred quid!!
#34
I'm interested in picking up the drums, but I think an electronic kit would be better suited for my flat. I mean, it's kind of rude otherwise, right?

Can anyone point me in the right direction? A good, electronic, starter kit for a beginner. Even if it's eBay.
#35
slotbadger;6721544
I'm interested in picking up the drums, but I think an electronic kit would be better suited for my flat. I mean, it's kind of rude otherwise, right?

Can anyone point me in the right direction? A good, electronic, starter kit for a beginner. Even if it's eBay.


I just sold a Roland TD-6 for £400...
#36
slotbadger;6721544
I'm interested in picking up the drums, but I think an electronic kit would be better suited for my flat. I mean, it's kind of rude otherwise, right?

Can anyone point me in the right direction? A good, electronic, starter kit for a beginner. Even if it's eBay.


I've heard that Roland are supposed to be better then Yamaha electronic kits.
#37
slotbadger;6721544
I'm interested in picking up the drums, but I think an electronic kit would be better suited for my flat. I mean, it's kind of rude otherwise, right?

Can anyone point me in the right direction? A good, electronic, starter kit for a beginner. Even if it's eBay.


You can get a 2nd hand Roland TD-6 for nearly £400 off eBay. The brain is excellent but the rubber pads are not the best.

I started with a TD-6 and upgraded bit-by-bit and now I have a TD-10.
#38
RedOnRed;6722392
I've heard that Roland are supposed to be better then Yamaha electronic kits.


I've had both and Roland definitely wins hands down.

If you compare the similarly priced brains, the samples in the Yamaha are slightly better but the Roland is more sensitive.

In the more expensive modules, TD-9 and above, there is no comparison, Roland is a clear winner. Samples are amazing (with the option to add more via a computer/laptop) and lot of innovations that increase sensitivity and feel (positional triggering,...etc).

I must say that I was a drummer 18 years ago only using accoustic kits (electronic ones were rubbish these days) and when I was going through my mid-life crisis decided to buy a drums kit and play again but I've had the neighbours problem. I was convinced to buy an electronic kit after trying a Yamaha so I love Yamahas, they're great but the Roland ones are much better :-)
#39
I have been looking at the Session Pro DD501 (Medeli) for my 11 year old who just started lessons. Its under £300 on fleabay. I particularly like the fact that the cables are hidden and its' easy to assemble. Any advice welcome!!!
#40
SpoonyBoy;6717041
Thats a quality piece of advice, very helpful.

It's all good and well telling people to buy second hand for a better quality kit but parents who know very little about the good/bad drum kits for their teenagers may end up with a naff second hand kit anyway?

Seems like very good value to me & a cheap way of finding out if someone is really interested in playing drums or it's just a passing fad.



Well I knew next to nothing myself about buying a drum kit but was prepared to listen to advice and learn. I then quickly realised that rather then get a cheapo unbranded kit that i'd rather get a decent brand at a decent price like a TAMA, Pearl, Yamaha, Premier, Sonor & Ludwig which would mean buying used and then with a little searching around and listening to others discovered additional things like they come in different sizes, ie, rock and fusion for jazz, etc. Not too much effort required really considering the end result.

It's now a buyer's market with some people finding themselves in the unfortunate position of having to sell due to the recession. You may even find that when and if you come to sell a branded kit that you may end up selling it for more then you bought it for.

dawn1e;6741697
I have been looking at the Session Pro DD501 (Medeli) for my 11 year old who just started lessons. Its under £300 on fleabay. I particularly like the fact that the cables are hidden and its' easy to assemble. Any advice welcome!!!



That's a coincidence, my 11 year old has just started drum lessons at school too. I got a Yamaha Gigmaker acoustic drum kit off Ebay for my son. Nearly new and £200 instead of £500.

The electric kits do seem a good idea, obviously mainly for space saving and noise reduction, but when I look at them I just can't see how it's going to be the same playing or learning experience as a traditional kit. A bit like trying to learn how to play a grand piano on a Stylophone. I would imagine that they're a good practice setup for an experienced drummer or composer, but i'm not convinced that they're the way to go for a beginner to learn on.

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