The important thing when choosing an electronic drum is to consider the music and genre you want to do, and not only select it with a sense of purpose, but also with a price.
Whether you use it for practice or public performance, the right electronic drum will change.
Once you have a musical instrument, it is a long time to get acquainted, so we recommend that you visit a musical instrument shop and sit down on a throne (chair) to try out.
Electronic drums are musical instruments that generate and play electronic sounds. The vibration of the part to be hit is received by the sensor and the sound source is sounded by the electric signal. You can listen to the sound by connecting it to an amplifier, speaker, or headphone.
Famous electronic drum manufacturers include Roland (Japan), Yamaha (Japan), ALESIS (US), and MEDERI (Hong Kong).
Compared to regular drums, electronic drums can be adjusted in volume to output sound through an amplifier. Depending on the housing environment, it can be beaten at midnight. Recently, some electronic drums are equipped with a pad called “mesh head” which has excellent sound-absorbing properties.
Electronic drums are not consumables, so they can be used forever if they are not broken. There is no maintenance fee. The cost is almost always the initial investment.