Drum Amplification

Electric drum kits don't come with their own speakers, so in buying one you have three main options in terms of sound output. The first is headphones, which is perfect (especially in the eyes, or rather ears, of your neighbours) for home practice. The second is via a PA, which is a must for live usage. The third, however, is to use a specialised electric drum amp. The bonus with using such an amp is that they are designed to handle the crack of a highly tuned snare to the pounding subbass of even the most furious double kick player, bringing out a great sound with no clipping, even up to very high volumes. Such amps are often used live, in conjunction with a PA, as a monitoring system. We currently stock drum amps from Rolan and Alesis.

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Roland PM03 Personal Drum Monitor

Roland PM03 Personal Drum Monitor
  • 30W Drum Monitor
  • 2 x 3" + 5" Sub Woofer
  • Easy setup, small footprint
  • Perfect for Roland HD1
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Ideal for TD1Digital Drums

Roland PM10 V-Drum Monitor, 30W

Roland PM10 V-Drum Monitor, 30W
  • 30W Drum Monitor
  • 1 x 10" Coaxial Speaker
  • Dedicated EQ section
  • Multiple inputs
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Ideal drum monitor for digital drums

Roland EC10M ELCajon Mic Processor

Roland EC10M ELCajon Mic Processor
  • Inc Clip On Mic
  • Can be used as a mic preamp
  • 16 onboard kits with tones
  • Multiple tones
You Can Pre Order This Now
Add New Expression to Your Acoustic Cajon Performances
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