What It Is
Keep the beat wherever you go with the Rock and Roll It! Roll Up Drum Kit. It comes with two drum sticks and two foot pedals, but it's completely portable. Made of a flexible silicone, you just roll it back up into its box when you're done playing. But even though it is flexible and compact, unlike a traditional drum kit, you still get realistic drum sounds from it. Hit the mat's spots with the drum sticks for two crash cymbals, a high tom, a low-mid tom, an open/close hi-hat, a snare, a ride cymbal, a low floor tom, a bass drum, and a pedal hi-hat. It features seven drum tones, along with demo songs and nine rhythms that you can play along with, plus there is a record and playback function and it can connect to MP3 players. It measures 15 inches by 11 inches by one inch. The only downside is that you can only hear the drumming and music if you're wearing headphones or if you connect a speaker, which is not included.
Is It Fun?
For drummers of all ages, this is a fun way to bring the music with you wherever you go. You can practice on vacation or easily bring your drums to a friend's house for a jam session. But you can also play the drums at home because this is a lower-priced and space-saving alternative to a traditional large drum kit. It's easy to use, has a good sound quality, and offers the typical features of a regular drum kit but with some nice electronic features, such as the record function and the demo music that you can play with.
Who It’s For
The Rock and Roll It! Flexible Roll-Up Drum Kit is for ages 6 and up. But whether you're a kid drummer or an adult, this will be a fun way to practice your drumming and bring the music with you wherever you go. It's also a space-saving drum kit if you live in a home without much space for a traditional drum set.
What To Be Aware Of
This comes with a USB cord or you can power it using two AAA batteries, which are not included.
You'll need headphones or an external speaker in order to hear the drum. Those are not included.
Due to the soft silicone that this drum kit is made of, compound sounds may be produced due to cross-feedback or vibrations registering on adjacent pads. This is normal and not an indication of a faulty product, according to the manufacturer.