These are the best (and worst) electronic drum sets for $300. This is meant to be a guide for those in the market for a new (and cheap) electronic drumset.
DDrum Beta XP Review:
Carlsbro First Impressions Video (very old)
FEAR THE SNARE:
(If you buy through though these links, it helps the channel as I get a small commission through Amazon)
Good: VERY compact, pads don’t wobble much and feels solid. The rubber pads feel good
Bad: TERRIBLE sounds, and it costs $50 too much
DD Beta (no kick pad)
Good: It extends like crazy. I’m over six foot tall, and I can make this thing almost TOO big for me. Actually has a kick pad. Sounds are very raw and might appeal to some.
Bad: It doesn’t feel very high quality. Module is confusing. No kick pad
Good: One of the better sound modules on this price range, solid pad sizes
Bad: multipin cable, not a fan of that, can’t use double kick pedal.
Good: comes preassembled, usb midi out,
Bad: Nothing in this kit really stands out honestly. It’s not the best sounding module, and the pads aren’t really that big either. Its also doesn’t use a kick drum pad.
Good: has some of the best sounds in this price range. Has the kick drum tower. And is one of the newest kits at this price range.
Bad: the pads aren’t quite as big as the Behringer
Facebook: 65 Drums