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B&H Photo Video has Alesis Nitro Mesh Electronic Drum Kit for $279.20 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page (discount taken in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks mikeplaysguitar

Includes:
  • Nitro Drum Module
  • 8" Dual-Zone Snare Pad
  • 3x 8" Tom Pads
  • 3x 10" Cymbals:
    • Ride
    • Hi-Hat
    • Crash
  • Kick Drum
  • Kick Pedal
  • Hi-Hat Pedal
  • 4-Post Aluminum Rack
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This is just a few dollars more than a deal posted in December. Just pulled the trigger and thought I'd share again for those of you looking for a decent beginner/intermediate electronic drum kit with mesh heads. Just click on "Click Coupon - Save $68.80" and it'll take you down to $279.20. No coupon for the bundled deal. Happy shopping!

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...piece.html
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my alesis drum is louder than a real drum. If you need quiet, ive got tons of other brands and none of them sound like whacking a metal baseball bat on a concrete wall as my alesis drum does. hell this is possibly louder than that time were were driving down the road and i was hanging out the window and hit a van with my guitar. Thats a LOT of loudness.

the only point of E-drums is so they are quieter. They suck and have no ability to respond to different intensity and pretty uch are useless compared to a real drum, cept one thing. They are quiet and a real drum set will make the neighbors cell the cops in 10 seconds. Then the cops will come kidnapp rob or o shoot and kill you as this is all the citizens of them empire can do by natur and hire the cops to kidnapp, shoot , kill, rob for them.

So alesis e-kits are useless because the ONE thing that e kits were invented for and the only reason anyoen buys an e-kit, isnt even part of their drums. You are better buying a useful kit that can make useful sounds and requires talent, aka a real drum set. If you need quiet, ive got tons of other brands and none of them sound like whacking a metal baseball bat on a concrete wall as my alesis drum does.

Cept one thing. Maybe if you wanted someone dead, you buy them this kit, they play it. The cops come out, they cant hear the cops yelling "come out or we are coming in " and then bam, the cops say "we heard a loud noise like a gun and we fired " and your enemy is dead. So buy your enemies this drum set . May be one of the cheapest way to get someone offed.
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If your acoustic drums are as loud as these you need new heads badly.

One great thing about this kit is that it has an included kick pedal. Generally those are extra on other brand kits. Alesis is not Yamaha level but definitely better than some toy brand and will get you going, just don't expect to play out using this kit.
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my alesis drum is louder than a real drum. If you need quiet, ive got tons of other brands and none of them sound like whacking a metal baseball bat on a concrete wall as my alesis drum does. hell this is possibly louder than that time were were driving down the road and i was hanging out the window and hit a van with my guitar. Thats a LOT of loudness.

the only point of E-drums is so they are quieter. They suck and have no ability to respond to different intensity and pretty uch are useless compared to a real drum, cept one thing. They are quiet and a real drum set will make the neighbors cell the cops in 10 seconds. Then the cops will come kidnapp rob or o shoot and kill you as this is all the citizens of them empire can do by natur and hire the cops to kidnapp, shoot , kill, rob for them.

So alesis e-kits are useless because the ONE thing that e kits were invented for and the only reason anyoen buys an e-kit, isnt even part of their drums. You are better buying a useful kit that can make useful sounds and requires talent, aka a real drum set. If you need quiet, ive got tons of other brands and none of them sound like whacking a metal baseball bat on a concrete wall as my alesis drum does.

Cept one thing. Maybe if you wanted someone dead, you buy them this kit, they play it. The cops come out, they cant hear the cops yelling "come out or we are coming in " and then bam, the cops say "we heard a loud noise like a gun and we fired " and your enemy is dead. So buy your enemies this drum set . May be one of the cheapest way to get someone offed.
What a coherent response! You know there's a volume button right? And a headphone jack?
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Looks to be $349 elsewhere. Tempted... but I probably don't need it. Who needs to practice anyway?
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Is there something out there better for the retail price of this kit? Around $350?
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any speakers that you would recommend? thanks in advance
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I got the Surge kit a month ago and its great. Yes Alesis aren't the best kits but they offer a lot of value. I picked the Surge because I wanted to play with dual pedals at some point, and the Nitro *typically* doesn't work well with them.

If you were interested in giving drumming a shot, or looking to get back into it (but live in an apartment) like I do these inexpensive e-kits are worth a try.

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I got this about 6 months ago, primarily for triggering EZDrummer and other drum software via midi. For that purpose it works quite well, it helped with my process immensely.

It is not quiet since you are still hitting stuff with sticks, but NO WHERE NEAR loud as acoustic drums. Sounds it comes with are on the decent side—although if you are looking for realism, you would have to spend a hell a lot more.

Mesh heads are a bit of a revolution and surely beats more primitive designs of 90s. Both pedals are well calibrated—I especially dig kick pedal for the price.

As a bonus, my daughter showed interest and I am super happy about that. It is a great drum set to learn on, sizes of pads are just perfect for that. It also comes with some play along features that I haven't tested yet.

In short, recommended.
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any speakers that you would recommend? thanks in advance
I use 8 inch near field monitors that I got from Monoprice (seems to be a copy of an older M-Audio design). The reason I went with these that I wanted to sound to be confined to a smaller space, where other people might be standing and playing.
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I use 8 inch near field monitors that I got from Monoprice (seems to be a copy of an older M-Audio design). The reason I went with these that I wanted to sound to be confined to a smaller space, where other people might be standing and playing.

thanks, do you have a link by any chance? I don't want it too loud , it is for my 8 year old kid
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are these the ones you got? https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=605800

I was looking for something cheaper : )
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