Famous throughout the world of rock for their kits and parts, ddrums were made for performers looking to add an edge to their sound. If you really want to really take audiences everywhere by storm though, there's nothing else quite like ddrum's electronic lineup. Using high-end parts and the latest technology, every ddrum electronic drum is sure to impress.
Depending on your skill level and needs there are a number of kit options here to explore. If you're just starting out on electronic drums and are looking for something to get comfortable with, check out the DD1 Electronic Drumset. With a 5-piece configuration, an auxiliary-in jack and over 20 preset kits, this setup is a great introduction to the instrument. If you're looking to upgrade from an intro kit though, you need to see the DD3X Electronic Drum Set. Made for the stage and the studio, this set features 4 dual-zone pads, 2 chokeable cymbal pads, a hi-hat pedal and pad, a single bass pad and a complete rackmount system. Finished with all the essential gear and 218 drum sounds, this kit is ready-to-play whenever you are.
Finally, if you're looking to go pro and start performing more seriously, start your search with the DD5X Electronic Drum Kit. Made to accommodate your every drumming need, this set features 3 dual-zone tom pads, a triple-zone snare, 3 dual-zone chokeable cash pads, a triple-zone ride cymbal, a hi-hat controller, a three-sided chrome rack and a stunning 696 percussion sounds. This is an elite setup for only the most dedicated drummers.
As well, if you're looking for replacement parts to augment or enhance your current setup you'll find them here. From triggers and trigger pads to modules and MIDI controllers, you can completely customize your electronic drumming experience. And with several amplifier options available, you'll be able to project with dynamic clarity and volume.
Big name musicians like Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, Eric Singer of KISS, Rob Zombie drummer Ginger Fish and so many more all swear by the unique sound and authentic feel of ddrum electronic drums. If you want to look and sound like your drum heroes, there's no better way than by picking up a set of sticks behind a ddrum electronic kit.