Youngsters reading this right now can maybe take delight. Maybe they never had an opportunity to play the one set of instruments they really loved, all because their folks and neighbors believed it to be just one heck of a racket. But the sooner you and they know that playing rbh drums is nothing of the sort, the better. Welcome to your new learning curve. Playing the drums is not noisemaking once you know how, it’s a cultural experience through and through. Drum and percussion is compatible to just so many different music genres. So, take your pick and see what you like.
Start beating your drum towards gearing yourself up with the best garage house equipment and the best musical experience ever. If drums are not your thing and maybe you’re like mystic-minded, then maybe a set of gongs to go with your cymbals. Kids at school always used to mope when they were given these instruments to play. Cymbals and triangles? While others are on a horn and, yes, those drums too. But did you know these are extremely delicate instruments? Visit a huge Carnegie Hall ensemble and pay closer attention next time.
Whether it’s any one of the classical genres or just jazz from the fifties, you’re like to find someone in that band tinkling away. If you’re already well on your way music-wise, but your heart is set on the drums, you can talk to your dealer about setting you up with a set of custom drums. Maybe you’re on a cultural experimentation trip and you want to leave the conventional drum sets behind for a while. Then you’ll know, you’ve got your pick for you. Because there’s a whole load still in store for you.