Alesis Nitro Electronic Drum Kit
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | August 10, 2017
Electronic drums have taken the world by storm! And with advancements in technology, a student drummer can just as easily start on an electronic kit than they could on an acoustic one.
So, if you’re looking to buy your first electronic drum kit (or even your first every drum kit), then the Alesis Nitro is a great option. Not only because of its low price but because the kit sounds great!
The Alesis Nitro Kit is a complete 8-piece drum kit that has everything you need to play like a pro.
The kit features three dynamic 8″ tom pads. Additionally, it also has an 8″ dual-zone snare drum for great feel and natural response, plus a kick drum pad with a pedal.
The three 10″ cymbals give you a massive range of playing expression while the mounting rack keeps everything stable. The setup also includes the Nitro electronic drum module. This offers hundreds of percussion sounds, 40 different kits and 60 built-in play-along tracks.
The Nitro module is filled with sounds and surprises! The back-lit LCD screen makes navigation a breeze.
Drum and cymbal buttons are arranged to resemble the layout of a traditional kit, so it’s simple to assign sounds and create kits quickly. The Nitro module comes complete with 40 classic and modern ready-to-play kits. Easily tweak any existing kit, or create your own using the 385 built-in drum, cymbal, and percussion sounds.
Inside the Nitro module, you’ll also find valuable extras. The built-in learning features, sixty play-along music tracks, and an on-board metronome allow you to improve your skills. This makes it an ideal tool for those who are just learning to play.
Overall, this a great kit for those who are starting out, or those wanting an inexpensive electronic drum kit. For all the specs on the kit, [click here].
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