About Pearl Drums:
For an instrument manufacturer, there's no substitute for experience. And, considering their 60-plus-year history, Pearl drums are designed and built with plenty of that. Chances are high that you're familiar with Pearl even if you're new to drumming; they're incredibly popular, well-respected instruments that go onstage with some of the most iconic drummers playing today. If you're considering a set of Pearl drums of your own, the first thing to say about that is "good choice."
One of the first things you're likely to notice about Pearl is that there are ton of instruments, parts and accessories to choose from. Looking through this lineup of products, you'll find a huge variety of individual drums and sets, as well as a few unexpected items such as their series of flutes. With so much to see, it's definitely worth your while to take your time and search carefully for the gear that's perfect for you.
Traditional drum sets are arguably the stars of the Pearl catalog, which makes sense when you consider that these are the instruments trusted by drummers like Chad Smith, Tommy Lee, Joey Kramer, Eric Singer and Mike Wengren. No matter your style and skill level, you'll find the right bass, snare and tom drums here for you. If you like to mix and match for total customization, check out the individual drums. Or, if you want a complete set to get started, look for a kit like the Pearl VBL Vision Birch 5 Piece Shell Pack.
Of course, playing drums onstage and in the studio with a band is only scratching the surface of what percussion can do, and Pearl knows it well. That's why they've also got a broad selection of world and marching band percussion, for instance. Want to try an instrument that's easy to learn but challenging to master, with tons of potential? That'd be the Pearl Boom Box Cajon. Need to keep a school band in step with great sound? Consider the 24x14 Championship Series Marching Bass Drum. These instruments are just the beginning of what you'll find up Pearl's sleeve.
No matter what sort of percussion you play (or, in the case of their flutes, even if you're into woodwinds), Pearl has a fantastic range of options for you. Their instruments are built to last and keep on sounding great, and they offer the right fit for any experience level or budget. The only thing Pearl drums won't do is pick themselves out, so it's up to you to dive in and find your favorites right now.