Mark Harveyover 1 yearno cooking for me this weekend, in the studio 🎸💥12 comments,0 shares,4 likesMark Harveyover 1 yeartell me about it @Hari Ghotra 🥁🥁Hari Ghotraover 1 yearThanks will look into it @Mark Harvey @Damian Green and yes we love a racket 😂😂😂Mark Harveyover 1 yearnot sure this will work https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4EcRppogCbCT2lFUUFyX3J6Ql9uZW9fbEZBNjQ3QmQxc0pn/view?usp=drivesdkMark Harveyover 1 yeargood points @Damian Green I play rock and I guess I assume everyone else does, sikhs do like a racket though 🤣🎸🥁Damian Greenover 1 yearBit too far to come and see you play Mark. I love live musicDamian Greenover 1 year@Hari Ghotra you can however get electronic drum kit -although they do still make a bit of a noise are quieter than an acoustic drum kit can be played through headphones or a small Amp and are fun. I got my 7 yr old one a couple of years ago and he loves it. The cheap end are a waste of time but go to a music shop that stocks both styles of drums- you’ll soon see what’s on offer for your money. Although as Mark says it’s important to get a good teacher, there are some great resources on DVD and online YouTube etc.Mark Harveyover 1 yearwe recorded at strong room studios old Street London@Damian GreenMark Harveyover 1 yeartooting becDamian Greenover 1 yearWhere you based Mark??Mark Harveyover 1 yearmmmm drums can be problematic. firstly you'll need a detached house or a man cave in the garden. practicing drums is LOUD Secondly they are a pain to carry around once you start playing in a band, you'll probably need an estate BUT they are a great instrument to learn. drumming is very technical, you'll need a decent tutor which I probably help you out on I actually play the bass plus I give guitar lessons I hope that helps @Hari Ghotra 🥁🥁Hari Ghotraover 1 yearOMG 😮 love that @Mark Harvey - trying to get my son into the drums?