What is a drum shell kit?
A drum shell kit is comprised of COMPLETE drums only. No hardware or stands. The drums have all lugs, tension rods, rims, spurs, hoops, legs, mounting hardware and heads. No cymbal, hi-hat, snare, tom stands and no bass drum pedal or throne are included in a shell kit. Also, the snare may come with the set on occasion.
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Answer . A drum kit is a collection of percussion instruments designed for one person to play. whether it be an 8 piece kit you'd see on a Metallica stage or a 3 piece Jazz drum set, it's all there.. There is no definition to a drum kit, just an assortment of percussion instruments (probably la…cking keyboards) ( Full Answer )
Although i don't know who made it. The first drum kit was made in New Orleans. it was built to play Jazz on.
it was the bum bum drum made in Africa on the 1st of may in 1444 a long time ago by a women called roberta.
Eventually someone (I don't think it's possible to name one specific name) brought several pieces of a marching band together and made it static. That's the beginning of the drum kit.
Snare drum, bass drum, and toms. There can be different variations, like piccolo snare, double bass, and multiple high and low toms. There is Snare drum, bass drum, high and low toms, floor tom, hi hat (close and openable) ride cymbal and a crash cymbal (Same as the handheld cymbals). Snare dr…um, base drum, left tom, right tom, floor drum, crash cymbal, ride cymbal and a hi-hat ok im a different person upgrading this.....!!!!! there are the hi hat, ride, crash, splash, china, cow bell, double kick pedal and more which ii forgot Some variations of the names : Snare drum : Military drum / Side drum / Field drum Toms : Tom-tom / Mounted tom / Racked Tom / Floor tom Bass drum : Kick drum / Big drum ( Full Answer )
A percussion instrument consisting of a hollow cylinder or hemisphere with a membrane stretched tightly over one or both ends, played by beating with the hands or sticks. . A sound produced by this instrument. . Something resembling a drum in shape or structure, especially a barrellike metal cont…ainer or a metal cylinder wound with cable, wire, or heavy rope. . Architecture. . A circular or polygonal wall supporting a dome or cupola. Also called tambour . . Any of the cylindrical stone blocks that are stacked to form the shaft of a column. . Any of various marine and freshwater fishes of the family Sciaenidae that make a drumming sound. . Anatomy. The eardrum. wood and metal.. Cymbals and the mounts are metal, but the actual drums are made out of wood. ( Full Answer )
It all depends on what you want to call a drum kit. So I guess it's anything with at least 2 percussion instruments of which at least 1 is a drum. Some drum kits (if we're talking about non live players) have big drum kits on their harddrives. I personally like each of my kits to contain 10 kicks… 10 snares 10 hi hats 10 open hi hats Etc... ( Full Answer )
yes you can but it is quite expensive and is quite hard to find one that will fit your kit. It also depends on the electric kit you have. If you purchased a standard kit then you will not likely have extra inputs on your drum module / machine, this would require upgrading your module or whole. Whi…ch is a better idea than upgrading your pads, as that would have no effect on your sound. If you are talking about adding acoustic drums to your electric kit, it is probably better to add electric drums to your acoustic kit because you will have a fuller and more original sound. ( Full Answer )
A basic kit is 5 drums, 1 Bass Drum, 1 Snare Drum, 2 Rack toms, and 1 floor tom, however more of any of these can be added, or some can be taken away. Adding cymbals to the kit, a basic set-up for cymbals would be one crash cymbal, one ride cymbal, and one pair of hi-hat cymbals. Also available …are China cymbals, and Splash Cymbals, again you can add or take away as you please. ( Full Answer )
U have your high-hat (that's the two cymbals with a foot pedal), then there is the crash cymbal, normally they're around 16 to 20 inches, then the large ride cymbal (used for a lot of metal and jazz drumming), there are also china cymbals and splash cymbals. China cymbals are a harsh sounding effect… cymbal that basically look like they are inside out and splash cymbals are a very small sized cymbal used for effects as well. Hope this helped. ( Full Answer )
Depending on musical taste, Buddy Rich was the king of the big band/swing and many modern day drummers hold him in high esteem. In rock drummers the likes of Carl Palmer (ELP), Ian Paice (deep purple) Neil Peart (rush). There are many drummers who are worthy of mention so forgive me if i didn't ment…ion any-ones particular favorite. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what makes you buy or whether you buy electric or acoustic kits
The Bass drum is the biggest drum in a kit. (There may be two, then they're probably both the biggest.)
The shells are normally made of plywood, rolled through a machine to make a cylinder shape, then glued and a coating applied (coloured finish). Some drum kits are made of acrylic (see through). The snare drum if not made of plywood is sometime made of metal, Steel, brass, copper alloy. Fittings and …hardware are normally metal. ( Full Answer )
It depends on various factors, make of kit, how many drums, what accessories and hardware.
In drum kit lingo, a "fusion" kit refers to the size of size (diameter) of the drums in the "kit" (set of drums that you'd buy at a store, say Guitar Center) A fusion kit consists of smaller-sized drums compared to a non-fusion kit: 10 inch tom 12 inch tom 14 inch floor tom The 22" is th…e bass drum, and it is noted as a "22 inch fusion kit" as opposed to just a "fusion kit" because it is more common for fusion kits to come with a 20 inch bass drum, not a 22 inch. ( Full Answer )
It was first made in the 1900's from the idea of a child banging pots and pans.
I drum set is deemed under untuned as percussion instruments go. Even though you might be able to tune the toms to either 3rds or 4ths.
the shells are the drums bascially the snare toms and bass drum everything else is something different, these are usually called hardware so .. cymblas and stands
A drum kit is another name for a set of drums, so to ask what makes a drum kit is like what makes a set of anything, pans, golf clubs, its down to the individual to buy what they think is the perfect set for them. A drum kit can be as many drums and accessories as you want, many years ago before the… days of affordable imported kits, you would buy a bass drum + pedal, snare drum + stand hi-hats + stand supplied with stool, sticks and brushes. The idea you added extra drums as you learned. These days with affordable starter kits its normally 5 drums with stands and cymbals. ( Full Answer )
I take it you refer to a "splash cymbal" which is mounted on a cymbal stand.
To Mic up a drum kit is trial and error most times the mic is positioned on a stand just above the drum head, boom mic stands are used to get the mic closer in to the drums, the bass drum mic is placed to the front of the drum, a mic on a boom stand is normally placed over head to pick up the cymbal…s. Its trial and error with it to find the best place for each mic to get the best sound. These days the mic stand is not always needed and there is a system for micing up the drums with small mics that clip to the metal rim of the drum using a mini clip although the bass drum or kick drum normally has a larger mic that requires a stand. ( Full Answer )
Session Pro Drumkit's They are usually priced at about Â£500 but if you were to look on a site like eBay people buy drumkits and decide they havent really taken to it so sell them for the most about Â£150
You can buy it online with ebay, amazon and other internet auction sites. I bought mine from Drum Central, Glasgow, Scotland
If your meaning the kick peddal on tyhe bass drum then all you have to do is put your foot on the peddal and push down
If you mean the parts... Here are the usual parts to a drum set. Snare drum Bass drum Floor tom Tom-toms High-hat Cymbal Ride Heres a diagram so you can get a picture of what they look like. http://home-3.tiscali.nl/~stolp01/daan/drumpage/images/drumset.jpg
A drum kit works just like a drum set. You beat on it! There's no difference!!
If you are looking for the age of a specific drum kit, more information would be required (brand, model, serial number or even a link to pictures). If you are looking for the age of the "drum kit" in general, the short answer is about 80 years. While ensembles of percussion instruments have been a…round nearly as long as humans themselves, the modern drum kits has much more "recent" roots. Up until the last quarter of the 19th century, all drums were played by hand or with handheld sticks. After the invention of the foot pedal in the 1890s, more contemporary "trap sets" began to show up. It was the Vaudeville era of the early 1900s and the Jazz Age that followed in the 20s that eventually brought us the first "modern" drum kit, with the 4-piece kit being a band standard in jazz clubs, juke joints and the like by the late 1930s. ( Full Answer )
I've seen drum sets that have an attachment that connects to the bass drum rim in between the toms that the cow bell sits on and I personally have attached my cow bell to one of my cymbal stands. Really you can put it wherever is best suited for you. Remember if you are setting up "your" kit shouldn…'t it be set-up best for "your" body? ( Full Answer )
The drum kit is a member of the percussion family of instruments. The drum kit is made up of many drums and cymbals used together. Drum kits are the most important instrument in most rock bands for keeping time. Drummers have to use their all four limbs to play different things. The drum kit is usu…ally played with drum sticks, made out of wood. Drum kit's were first created in the 1700's. Normally a drum kit will include: bass drum, snare drum, hi tim-tom, lo tom-tom, floor tom, hi-hat cymbal, ride cymbal, crash cymbal. Nowadays electronic drum kits are quite popular. The snare drum has a metal 'snare' on the underside, which is a chain-like ribbon which gives the drum that crisp, rattly sound. Drum depth, diameter, and shell thickness are all important for the sound produced. ( Full Answer )
the best starter kit on the market today has to be the Mapex Tornado 2010 starter kit. But i would stay away from Gear 4 music that was my first kit and it lasted me half a year before bits started breaking. You could also try the Mapex Horizon HX Drum kit if you have a high budget that is the kit i… have now and it is great with a set of paiste ST3 cymbals of and some Ahead 5A drumsticks. ( Full Answer )
The most common are: Hi-hat, snare drum, bass/kick drum, tom-tom drum, floor tom, ride cymbal, crash cymbal, splash cymbal, china cymbal.
Because the pitch can vary by hitting a drum harder or softer, or by playing a stroke away from the center of the skin.
Yes it can it can cause the skin stretchs and loosens. And their can be rust
A new electric drum kit can cost from as little as $300 to as much as $7000 for a standard kit.
Typically the bass drum. There are several situations where it might not be but they are very unusual.
Rock bands, pop bands, metal bands, grunge bands, country and western bands, punk bands, alternative rock bands, progressive rock bands, indie rock bands, latin-american bands, jazz bands, blues bands, glam rock bands, gospel bands, death metal bands.. to name a few. But should give you an idea. Are… you from Venus by any chance? ( Full Answer )
The standard drum kits used by bands today evolved from band pits at sporting events across Europe and the USA. Band pits became too small and drum players were given a snare drum and a bass drum, which was modified to work with a pedal. This already eliminated one person. Later hi-hats and cymbals …were introduced to the setup. This setup evolved into quite a complex system of drums and cymbals and became a challenge to play. The drum kit/drum set was born. Eventually the drum kit was used in commercial music. ( Full Answer )
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Nobody in particular developed the drum kit as we know it today. It did however evolve from band pits at sporting events across Europe and the USA. Band pits became too small and drum players were given a snare drum and a bass drum, which was modified to work with a pedal. This already eliminated on…e person. Later hi-hats and cymbals were introduced. This setup evolved into quite a complex system of drums and cymbals and became a challenge to play. The drum kit/ drum set was born. Eventually the drum kit was used in commercial music. ( Full Answer )
I would recomend a combination between pearl and zildjian. Cymbals are expensive, so don't hesitate to buy used.
With a foot pedal. The pedal is usually chain driven and utilizes a beater (soft or hard) which rotates when the chain is pulled down by the foot to strike the bass drum.
There are multiple drums in a drum kit some examples are the Snare Drum, Rack tom, floor tom, splash symbol, crash symbol, ryde, hi-hat, and the mini snare.
it depends, a jazz set can have three or four drums a ride and hi hat cymbal where as a hard rock set could have two bass drum 8 power toms and two dozen cymbals it all depends on the style of music. Some drummers even have Latin percussion instruments
Cymbals, cowbell, hi hat tambourines, bongod, timpanis, gongs ect. Neal Peart uses a lot of Latin Precussion such as the ones i mentioned
There is the bass drum or kick drum which is on the floor that usually holds your toms and then there is the snare which is the center of the drum set. The snare is probably the most important drum in the whole set so it is known as the center of the drum set or kit
A drum kit will contain at least four drums. It will also have a floor tom, hanging toms, a hi-hat, a ride cymbal, a splash cymbal, and a ride cymbal.
The bass drum is played with a foot pedal attached to a mallet that strikes the drum head.
In just about every way. Acoustic drums are just that, actual drums with drum shells, lugs, tension rods & hoops, and drum heads. The sound is produced by the vibration of the drum heads and drum shell. Electric (electronic) drums are really nothing more than a MIDI instrument with triggers shaped t…o look like drums and cymbals. The sounds are produced electronically. The sounds are triggered to play when one of the drum heads (triggers) are struck with the drum sticks. Think of the triggers themselves as fancy pushbuttons. A computer can also produce the same sounds using only the keyboard to trigger the sounds. In the end, electronic drums SOUND like real acoustic drums, but aren't actually drums themselves. ( Full Answer )
If you're looking for cheap electric drum sets, I would shoot for the Roland TD-11KV with mesh heads. It's about $1600. If you just want a nice drum set and price isn't really an issue, go for the Roland TD-30, which is about $7,500, but it is definitely one of the nicest drum sets around. I'm a hug…e fan of Roland kits, they are simply the best quality and sound ( Full Answer )