ION Redline Electric Drums £149.99 (Normally £249.99) @ Maplin Instore
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ION Redline Electric Drums £149.99 (Normally £249.99) @ Maplin Instore

£149.99Maplin Deals
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Found 19th Aug 2015
Play drums like a rock-star without the noise complaints
LED-illuminated pads provide visual feedback while playing
Built-in drum coach sharpens your skills: play-along patterns and 30 songs.
Comes with Headphones.

£189.99 on Amazon

Can someone sort the title for me please it has for some reason added extra 00 on the price? It should say £149.99.

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Thanks for your deal. I've updated the deal for you

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Appears to be a copy of the Alesis DM Lite, they can be had for £199 and look a little more sturdy.. but have never played one so can't comment on how good they are.

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TheMev

Appears to be a copy of the Alesis DM Lite, they can be had for £199 and … Appears to be a copy of the Alesis DM Lite, they can be had for £199 and look a little more sturdy.. but have never played one so can't comment on how good they are.



Picked one of these up this morning for the other half they are very well made for the price was very surprised!

Save your money and put it towards a Roland Kit. These are terrible IMHO.

The only way I'd consider these is if a toddler wanted to start off playing the drums so you don't waste a huge amount of cash.
Edited by: "one2omg" 19th Aug 2015

Is that how it comes? By the look of it it's either set up incorrectly or it's missing the snare drum.

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NargUk

Is that how it comes? By the look of it it's either set up incorrectly or … Is that how it comes? By the look of it it's either set up incorrectly or it's missing the snare drum.



On the picture left to right......

Snare
Tom 1
Tom 2
Tom 3

Up top Left High hat and then top right Crash/Ride you can buy an additional pad so you have the crash and the ride if you wish.

one2omg

Save your money and put it towards a Roland Kit. These are terrible … Save your money and put it towards a Roland Kit. These are terrible IMHO.The only way I'd consider these is if a toddler wanted to start off playing the drums so you don't waste a huge amount of cash.


You quite right in the sense that Roland make the best electric drum kits, (bought a TD-8 many years ago new when they were released (about 12 years ago now) and it has been upgraded many times, but the main pads and Cymbals are the same and going strong. Never had anything break or fail, still the same skins even) but they are out of alot of people price range. I think if you want to try something out then the Alesis kit is a good option, then upgrade to a td-11 or td-25 later.

TheMev

You quite right in the sense that Roland make the best electric drum … You quite right in the sense that Roland make the best electric drum kits, (bought a TD-8 many years ago new when they were released (about 12 years ago now) and it has been upgraded many times, but the main pads and Cymbals are the same and going strong. Never had anything break or fail, still the same skins even) but they are out of alot of people price range. I think if you want to try something out then the Alesis kit is a good option, then upgrade to a td-11 or td-25 later.



Fair point TheMev but I'd still rather have the £150 go toward a 2nd hand Roland.

Edited by: "one2omg" 20th Aug 2015
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