Drums & Percussion
Acoustic Drums consists of drum shells covered with plastic heads and cymbals (metal washers). The cymbals and drums are mounted on stands or are attached with brackets so that they are easily accessible. The drums are played with wooden sticks. Instead of sticks you can also play with "brooms" or "rods" to add that special something to the sound of the rhythm. There is no such thing as THAT drums. The drum kit components can be varied and adapted to the player so that everyone can play the drum kit that is right for them. The drums vary from a small diameter, well suited for studios, to large drums, perfect for the more powerful stage.
The big advantage of an electronic drum kit, or e-drum for short, is that it basically has no built-in speakers and can therefore be played very quietly. Only the beating noises can be heard. In contrast, with acoustic drums, the volume is very dominant. Some e-drum models can also be positioned to save space. Instead of skins, silicone pads are used on the e-drum. Depending on the price range, these can vary greatly in terms of quality and touch dynamics. So-called mesh heads are special drum heads that are used on well-equipped e-drums to improve the feel of the drum.
Here you will find a large selection of rhythmic instruments. Large percussion instruments such as cajons, djembes and congas as well as small percussion; Cowbells, shakers, kalimbas, hand drums and much more
Orff instruments include glockenspiels, xylophones, metallophones and chime bars
Marching & Concert
Here you will find a large selection of marching instruments. In addition to the large and small drums and marching cymbals, you will also find numerous accessories in our range, such as suitable professional carrying systems, marching holders, mallets and our high-quality marching books and marching sleeves.