By now you know that I love electronic drum kits.
There are tons of great kits for playing live, and you can get a really good one for just under $200 if you get the right kit.
But the more expensive models can be quite hard to get if you’re a beginner, or if you don’t have the money to invest in a drum kit that you’d like to play.
So what should you buy?
I know I’d like my drum kit and pedals to sound great, but can you really justify spending $200 or more on something that won’t sound great?
Let’s break down some options and find out.
The Electro Electromagnetic System Electro drums are built with the same components as other drum kits, so you can buy a kit without breaking the bank.
They come in a number of different configurations and have different features, like a battery pack, a sequencer, a mic, and more.
Here are the top choices for buying an electric drum kit.
$1,200-$3,500: The Electro Drum Kit ($1,000-4,000) This drum kit is the cheapest option, but it’s still a solid drum kit if you just want a cheap one.
There’s a lot of features that make this a solid choice for a beginner.
Its battery pack can charge up to a max of 4 times, so it can be plugged into a battery-powered car battery pack.
The sequencer is a bit limited, but the presets and presets are still great.
There is also a built-in USB microphone, so if you have a USB microphone that you like, you can record sounds directly onto it.
It has a built in headphone jack, so your phone or tablet will work with it.
Its MIDI controllers are also great, as are the effects, samplers, and effects pedals.
If you want to try out some other electronic drum gear, the Elektro Electromagnetics P Electro ($4,500) is a great choice for beginners.
It’s a bit more expensive, but if you want something a bit deeper into electronics, this is a good option.
The kit comes with a couple of pedals, but you can upgrade to the Electro Pro Electro Drum Synthesizer ($8,500).
This pedal lets you play up to eight different drum sounds at once, which makes it a lot easier to experiment.
The pads have four types of pads: the solid, soft, resonant, and vibrating.
It comes with four different EQ presets, a delay, and an oscillator.
You can even connect it to an external microphone and have it sound like a real drum kit with the sound coming from the microphone.
The E-Pro Electro ($10,500+) is a drumkit that’s more advanced.
The controller comes with eight pads, each with different effects.
There also is a MIDI controller that lets you control it with your phone, tablet, or computer.
If your budget allows, you could upgrade to an Electro Pro Electric Drum Synthesis Kit ($16,500), which includes a lot more features and a bigger controller.
If the E-PRO Electro is your first electronic drum kit or if your budget is a little bit higher, you should definitely try out the Elektrons Electro Pro ($26,000).
This kit comes in two versions: the Pro Electro comes with more features, and it has a larger controller, which is good for someone who is more experienced with electronics.
It also has two drum kits that are built for a much higher price.
The Pro Electro is a nice option for someone looking to try some drum tech.
The Elektra Electro Pro $35,000+: The Elektron Electro Pro Drum Kit and Pro Electro Electric Drum Kit (the latter is available for $3500) are also a good choice if you are a beginner but want a better drum kit for under $2,000.
The first drum kit comes complete with everything you need to make a real live drum sound.
The other drum kit features a built for home studio setup, which can get you a lot closer to playing live.
Both kits are great choices for beginners who want to get started with drumming, but are looking for something more advanced than a typical drum kit of the same price.
If $1 million isn’t enough for you, the Electro Electronique Electronix is another option for people who want something more complicated than a basic drum kit in a larger package.
The Electroniques Electro Pro Electronica Electro ($36,000+) is an excellent choice for people that want a little more complexity, but want to keep things simple.
This drumkit has six different pads that you can add to it, which you can use to create sounds for yourself.
If that’s what you’re after, you’ll want to pick up the Eleko Electronika Electro ($38,000), which comes with an external MIDI controller and eight pads.
It is the ultimate