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Mein Sohn ist Anfänger und kommt super damit klar. Er ist 11 Jahre und 150 cm.
Es war zwar schnell aufgebaut aber mir gefällt nicht so ganz, dass es etwas wackelig ist und es sich manchmal beim draufschlagen verstellt, obwohl alle Schrauben festsitzen. Deswegen einen Stern Abzug. Sonst ist's toll! Man kann Box oder Kopfhörer anschließen. Sehr Nachbarfreundlich. Wie finden es toll, dass alles dabei ist was man für den Einstieg braucht.
Die mitgelieferten Kopfhörer sind zwar total billig (wir benutzen andere), aber zu Not tun es auch diese! Kopfhörer könnte man auch einfach weglassen.
Das Schlagzeug ist echt klein. Auf den Bildern in der Anzeige sieht es wesentlich größer aus. Selbst für mein Sohn könnte es auch etwas größer.
Bought as a Christmas gift for a 11 to boy as his first drum set and he loves it so it works on the most important level.
The built quality is decent enough and holds up so far. It's plasticky but seems solid enough. The buttons on the electronic panel have a ver mushy feel, quite horrible. The less is said about the included headphones the better - just a waste of plastic.
Overall decent value for money for a young beginner.
So this is a MINI kit, not a Beginner's kit. The crossbar which holds the two toms and the crash and ride are only 24 inches off the ground at their highest setting. That's super super short, even for most kids. I didn't take a star off for that, although there's nowhere that shows how tall this thing is in the description. But when I ordered a "Kids kit" I assumed it would be smaller, just not this tiny.
I was originally going to purchase the Alesis Drums Nitro Mesh Kit for a $100 more, and then saw this and thought "hey, beginner's kit for a beginner." WRONG. Spend the extra money and get a full size kit unless your kid is like 7 or 8 years old.
The melodics website frustrating. I'm a geek and couldn't figure out why it would not let me register the product. I tried to register the serial # so I could access the drum lessons, but it was impossible to do so. I left feedback and we'll see if they can tell me what i'm doing wrong. I took one star off for that. It should be simple to register a product, but you should have to in order to access free drum lessons...IMHO
The base drum pedal is SUPER sensitive, which makes it a little hard to keep just one beat when you want one beat. It has a habit of double beats and random beats if you even touch it. It's probably because it's on a carpet so I'll most likely put down something hard for it to sit on instead.
There is music you can play along to on the controller, but that music isn't for beginners at all; you really have to learn the basics before you can use any of the music on the controller.
I get that this is a beginner's kit, and a "kids" kit, but I was surprised at how SMALL (as in low to the floor) it is. I'm either going to replace the legs with longer pvc or pipe to raise it up or I'm going to return it and get the Alesis Drums Nitro Mesh Kit instead for the extra $100.
The mesh heads are super, it comes with a key to adjust the head tension which is awesome. The controller is very simple and easy to use. It took me less than 10 minutes to set up the kit and start playing. It literally comes with EVERYTHING you need to start playing the drum kit. The pre-set drum kits you can choose from are very cool. There is no delay at all when hitting any surface.
CONS This is a MINI kit. It's REALLY low to the floor. Also the mesh heads are 6 inches, so MINI. Can't adjust the cymbal heights, they are at the height they're at which is about 10"-12" inches above crossbeam. Floor pedals are very sensitive and no way (that I found ) to adjust the sensitivity (will research this). Trying to register product online was impossible.
Overall, as I mentioned, unless your kid is under 4 feet tall or so, this is too small for them. Spend the extra $100 and get the Alesis Drums Nitro Mesh Kit instead.
I like all of the features of this Alesis debut kit, my son is only 9 and just a beginner. The set comes with a drum key and adjustable heads, so not only is he learning tempo and technique, he gets a feel for head tension preference and pad position. As time goes by, I'm confident this kit will provide a solid foundation for advancement to the next level.
As for the electronics and samples, they are pretty good. I am an Alesis fan and this is better that I would expect at this price point, so I'm pretty happy with the features and kit samples overall. This is a good starter kit.
Its a great starter set for a young child. We bought it for my sons ninth birthday and I dont see it lasting him much longer size wise to be honest. He takes lessons on a full size set so adjusting to the smaller size to practice is awkward for him. Electronically and quality wise its a great set, but size is geared towards smaller kids.
I got this as a Christmas gift for my son who recently started drum lessons. Please know that this item is for kids; it is sized for a child. While it works great and seems sturdy, it only works with headphones; there is no internal speakers. In order to hear the sound without the headphones you need to connect a speaker through and aux cable. For that reason I gave it only 4 stars and rated the volume and sound quality low.
Both hi hat and bass drum “pedals” are nothing like normal bass drum pedals and will likely break over a short period of time long before the trigger in them actually wears out. They are a very poor design. Overall the sound of the drums are decent, pads are decent, etc. especially for beginners. I wouldn’t but this for anyone older than 5. My son is 5 and is on the small size for his age. He was doing well learning drums so we sold this kit after a few weeks and moved him to a Roland VAD306 which was a much better fit and will easily adjust as he grows, granted it’s a lot more money…