Will I be instantly hated? They make as much sound as the guitar hero/rock band ones.
Obviously with headphones!
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Last edited by Noodlzzz; 13-04-2011 at 11:58.
- 13-04-2011 11:48
- 13-04-2011 11:51
If you're considerate to your flatmates and don't play it loudly at 2 am, you should be fine.
- 13-04-2011 11:56
You could get one of those electronic ones (sorry don't know what they're called) and plug headphones in?
Unless you actually want a proper drum kit, these could be quite useful
Edit: i'm so confused, did you change the title, or did I completely misread your post
If you had one of these, and headphones, I can't see what the issue would beLast edited by supernova92; 13-04-2011 at 12:00.
- 18-04-2011 01:47
Ask your flatmates if there's any particular time of day they'd rather you didn't play at, work out what time will bother the least people and stick to playing then.
By the way rooms in halls can be pretty small, are you sure there'll even be room for your kit?
- 18-04-2011 01:50
depends on your room, i can play music ridiculously loudly in mine. nobody else can hear a thing. thank god for soundproofing.
doubt an electronic drumkit makes that much noise. don't see an issue with it at all :/
- 18-04-2011 01:51
they're really not that loud
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- 18-04-2011 01:58
I think it would be fine. Obviously let your flatmates know that you've got them, it's just courteous isn't it, and I can't imagine they'd have any problems.
- 21-04-2011 14:38
There was a guy in my halls who brought an actual drum kit with him. Needless to say he wasn't well liked D: I think you'll be perfectly fine with yours.