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To be fair, you should be class this as a toy. I bought it for my 6 year old son, but being quite musical myself, I thought I'd get some enjoyment out of it, and I have. However, few things to note. One, sound quality of the different samples (the various drum noises) is varied by quality and volume. The speakers are poor and don't really do the unit justice. The "coaching" mode uses its built-in LCD screen, with one of four bars falling from the top to the bottom to indicate when to hit it (a bar each for each of the drum pads). These are designed to teach you some drum patterns. They range from fairly simple to really complicated. The idea is a good one. Where it falls down is that it has, by default, the drum backing track playing at the same time. You can turn this down in volume, but it is a distracting design decision. My "bass" drum pad is noticeably less responsive than the other 3. This leads to a bit of frustration as your hits aren't always registered. The pads seem nice rubber, but be aware, they will mark straight away - inherent in such a thing, but starts to look used immediately. There are built in tunes to play along with - more bontempi keyboard demo than Phil Collins. The pads are fairly small, and trying to keep up with the medium coaching mode had me hitting plastic rather than the drum pad. Taking of hitting, the sticks included are fine , plastic jobs, with just enough heft for this unit. This isn't a cheap unit, and I think I expected more quality than I got with it. My son played it once, and didn't use it again. Is it an intro to drumming? Any real interest in drumming will very very quickly leave this product wanting. You may be better off buying a good pair of drumsticks and getting some pillows, pots and pans, and investing in something more expensive. If you want a toy for your smaller kids to just bash at, this is fine, but that is all.
As a complete amateur who until now was using his drum sticks on his own legs while watching the music channels on tv, I absolutely adore the drum kit. I can play along with the tv or stereo system now. I've also bought a lead to plug my iPod in but haven't needed to try it out yet. There are so many drum kit layouts available but I've only used one or two. The manual bongo setting is also great fun. I wouldn't think a professional drummer would get great value out of it but from a fun aspect it's brilliant.
Absolutely brilliant present for aspiring drummers of any age. Equally recommended for self purchase if you don't have room for a drum kit or aren't ready to spend a lot of money before you've tested your aptitude. Bought for my son and, as yet, he hasn't had time to explore all of the optional practice settings but the instructions are clear and user friendly. Better looking than pictures suggest with a quality digital display panel that looks as though it will last for years. Decent sound quality without additional speakers and not intrusively loud. Clearly this kit isn't designed for stage performance but as a means of getting into drumming it is great value.
Fantastic for beginners--our 6 year old begged for a drum set but we just don't have the space. This cool little kit is compact and has several programs for him to drum to, and also has a coach mode. In fact we are still learning about all of the programs. He can use his headphones (not included) as well for when it's not appropriate to make loads of noise. I highly recommend this as an alternative to the traditional drum set for beginners. My little guy loves his.