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Alesis Drums Nitro Mesh Kit - Electric Drum Set with USB MIDI Connectivity, Mesh Drum Pads, Kick Pedal and Rubber Kick Drum, 40 Kits and 385 Sounds

Price:PKR. 521,813.00 /

Asin: B07BW1XJGP
Product weight: 29.5 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 24 x 38 x 43 inches
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Feel The Difference Mesh Can Make At Alesis Drums they know that feel and natural-response is a must have for an immersive, expressive drumming experience. Introducing the Alesis Nitro Mesh Kit, an addition to Alesis' all-mesh kit roster that delivers the most realistic playing experience modern drummers demand. The Nitro Mesh Kit is a complete eight-piece electronic drum set featuring Alesis' next-generation mesh head drum technology - The unanimous preference of electronic drummers for their natural feel and ultra-quiet response, ideal for late night practice sessions and privately honing your drum skills. Don’t settle for second best, discover the new standard in electronic drums with Alesis drums. Pro-Performance Mesh Heads The Convenience of electronic drums fused with the response of a traditional acoustic set. The Nitro Mesh Kit comes complete with an 8 Inch dual-zone mesh snare drum, (3) 8 Inch mesh toms, (3) 10 Inch cymbals, custom-designed Alesis hi-hat and kick pedals, and a durable four post aluminum rack. Everything You Need Right out-the-box. All the cabling, a power supply, and a drum key are included for easy, hassle-free setup; we even include a pair of drum sticks. Sound Matters It’s not just about the feel, Alesis drum’s Nitro Kit features a core sound-set ready for any genre you throw at it. With 385 drum and cymbal sounds, expertly curated into a collection of 40 ready-to play sets, we give you everything you need to supercharge your performance. Sharpen Your Skills Nail that all-important drum fill and lock down the groove with the Nitro Mesh Kit’s powerful practice-centric features. With 60 built-in play-along tracks, a sequencer, metronome and performance recorder, Nitro Mesh Kit is an ideal tool that gets the best out of your performance. Connectivity Covered Pump up the volume or practice in silence – whatever your preference, the Nitro Mesh Kit has you covered. With a 1/8 Inch headphone output, stereo ¼ Inch TRS outputs and a 1/8 Inch aux input, hassle-free rehearsals, practice and recording sessions couldn’t be simpler. Creative Control Take command of your studio, capture your creativity and discover a world of virtual instruments. With Nitro Mesh’s USB-MIDI and MIDI In/Out ports, transmit MIDI information directly to a computer and unite your synthesizer, drum machines and more for expanded performance potential.
Item Weight
29.5 pounds
Product Dimensions
24 x 38 x 43 inches
Country of Origin
China
ASIN
B07BW1XJGP
Item model number
Nitro Mesh Kit
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Date First Available
June 28, 2018
Material Type
Aluminum
Size
Nitro Mesh Kit
Voltage
9 Volts
Joel Vugteveen
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2019

Review:First off I want to say that I bought these when they came with a fifty-dollar gift card to Amazon, so they really only cost $300. It also included one set of sticks and a drum key. I am writing this for two purposes...to critique them from an entry level set perspective, and their ability to work with a double bass. From the double bass perspective, this kit's base pad is sufficient for double bass. The pad is louder when hit closer to the center. As long as the beater hits someplace on the pad it will work. Mine has about an inch of play room on the side of each beater. If I center them, they work perfect. It's only when they stray to the side that they are a little less loud. The pedal I chose does not fit very good as far as where it connects to the pad stand. To center the beaters, I have to move the peddle as far to the right as possible. It's not real secure when I do it this way, and end up having to adjust/tighten it every 15 minutes of use, but this pad was not designed with double bass in mind. I am an engineer and I can just design a better piece to weld on that will be much better. Since I can do the drawing and give it to a friend that welds and is great at manufacturing parts, it's only going to cost me the price of a piece of metal. I would imagine if you paid someone to do it, it would not be an inexpensive kit anymore. I would just buy a larger pad stand,if I didn't have the ability to make one for free. That being said, there are other ways you could do it without welding...you could get some metal, drill holes, and bolt it to the existing pad stand. Also, there might be other pedals that would center easier than mine. I chose the TAMA HP200PTW Iron Cobra 200 Double Pedal, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B4XDWB6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_detailpage_o07_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and I am extremely happy with it. I had a DW pedal before, and it didn't come close to comparing with this one. I think the DW was a hundred dollars more than the Tama as well, but this was 15 years ago, and double pedals may have been more expensive then. The performance of the Tama is by far the best of any pedal I ever used, and there are other things you can add to the pedal to make it faster. The point of this before I go in too many directions, is the pad itself has plenty of room for two pedals to strike it in the "sweet spot", or close enough to the electronic trigger, to work perfectly. Finding a pedal that clamps on to the stand right might be a challenge; I don't know, this is the only pedal I tried with it. My previous, and first electronic kit was a Roland brian with Hart Dynamics drums. They were the same price as the Roland drums, only I liked the way they played better, and they came with a lifetime warranty. I'm not sure how long ago, but they went out of business: so much for the lifetime warranty. I had the DW 3000 double bass pedal, which at the time cost about $300 (the cost of this entire kit), and now they cost $250...double bass is much more popular now than it was back then...my hypothesis why the pedal went down that much after 15 years. The point I am making here, is that I am comparing the Alesis kit to that kit...which was from 15 years ago when electronic drums were nowhere near as prevalent as they are now. I also had the same drum throne; I liked it so I got it again. From the entry level perspective: here are the reasons I did not give the kit a 5. It doesn't come with a throne. Beginners might not think of that and be disappointed when it arrives and realize that they still need to order one. That can be a significant addition to the price of the kit. I found a throne I like for just under $60, Gibraltar 6608 Heavy Drum Throne. It's comfortable, functional, and sturdy. I am a big man (about 300 lbs). This is my second one. I had the first one 15 years and it never had a problem, and like I said, I weigh a lot. I purchased both the throne and Tama pedal from Amazon, and I love them both. I copied and pasted the names on Amazon if you want to check them out. This kit does come with a single bass pedal by the way, so you don't have to buy a different pedal. Some other things you will need are: A way to hear the kit - either headphones (the input jack is 3.5 mm), an amp., or a stereo to plug into. I also got some over the ear headphones (OneOdio) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N6ZJH96/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 that are amazing for $30. The other thing that is a must have from my perspective it a cable to attach your phone or mp3 player. You will need a 3.5mm to 3.5 mm cable to plug into the headphone jack of your phone or player...same size into the Alesis brain. Here is the one I got...I like long cords when playing drums...hate it when I move and a cord tugs on me. By the way, there is nothing bluetooth or wireless in this kit:. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KWR8OZ4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The headphones I put a link for, also have a cord close to 10 feet, and a bunch of different ways and sizes to hook up that come with the headphones. I put all this extra stuff because if you are new to electronic kits, you might not think of it and be dissapointed when you have to rush out to buy headphones to hear them or a cord so you can hook up your mp3 player and play along to YOUR music. The kit does have some built in songs you can play with. OK, so for the kit's performance. The cymbols scare me as they don't appear real sturdy, but work fine so far. The ride cymbal makes the bell sound when you hit it hard. I like using the bell, so I am wondering how long they will last. They work and sound great now. The only other kit I owned was Roland with drums the same quality. The mesh heads seem great. I get good bounce and they play like an acoustic drum head. The rim around the drum heads it high, and they take some getting used to. An 8" drum isn't a very big target to start with, and if you put a high ring around it...a bit challenging to say the least. The rims do make for easy, good sounding rim shots. All the pads are responsive with no delay. The stand is easy to put together, but this is my second one, and my friend that helped me works with me as an engineer. I would guess we can figure stuff like this out at least as good as the average person. Their assembly instructions suck, and if I didn't understand how these go together already, it would have been really hard to put together. All the drum sounds I have heard so far sounded great. Now, like I said earlier, my previous kit was a Roland brain, and drums I think were at least as good as Roland. Roland is the standard in electronic drums...just my opinion. I got that kit 15 years ago. I am sure all drum kits have evolved since then. Comparing the Roland kit from 15 years ago with this one, I would say the actual drum pads are very similar, and play almost exactly the same. The stand is just as sturdy. The cymbols seem about the same, but the Rolands didn't need to be hit as hard to get the bell sound. Through headphones, the Alesis kit sounds almost exactly the same as the Roland did. I haven't checked all the Alesis brain can do, but I think it probably does more than the Roland (15 years old) did. I am sure the new Roland brains do way more now. I think drums are like cars. The Roland is like a Bentley. Sure, it's a nice car, but not that nice...In my opinion, a big part of it's price tag is the name Bentley. So sure, maybe my new kit is like a Chevy, but it gets me where I need to go, it's inexpensive to maintain and repair, and honestly, I think it looks a lot cooler than a Bentley. I have played drums on and off for almost 50 years. I have been away from it for 3 years, so I just wanted to check out an inexpensive kit for S and Gs, and I am glad I did. I don't know how long it will last, but for now I am very impressed. I would highly recommend this kit. I wonder if anyone will read all this...lol Read more

Justin Johnston
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018

Review:The media could not be loaded. I played the drums for many years growing up. Haven't lived somewhere that I could own a kit because of the noise levels in some time. Haven't wanted to drop thousands on an electric kit. This kit was tempting at it's price point. I was hesitant thinking it would be too toy like. I've missed playing so I took a chance. I'm really impressed at how legit this thing is. It's pretty rugged. Feels like playing real drums. I'm having a blast with this thing. So far I've only been beating it to death for a few days. I'll update later on and let you know if it imploded or not. Updated after a few months. Hasn't imploded. Sure takes a beating. Love it even more now. Read more

Amazon Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2019

Review:at 70yrs old i figured why not .. haven't played drums since high school .. the grandkids and i are having a time . my wife still has a couplea years of Third shift to go and a regular set of skins was outta the picture, noise wise, but with these ......i spend hours honing my skills and she never hears a thing, with my headphones on. several of the reviews stated problems with pick-ups not working on snare an tom-toms... after about 3 hours of use i too noticed some strikes weren't registering, i thought great probably have to send them back....but after tightening the mesh heads a half turn on each lug with the supplied key ..alls well an no further issues. i couldn't be happier , spending 2 ta 3 hours a day on them myself .. most fun i've had with my clothes on in 25 years!!! Thanks Alesis for a great quality product.. Read more

Roy C. Ramsey
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2018

Review:I’ve had it for about a month and play it every day, sometimes for hours. I haven’t noticed any problems of any kind. It’s nicely made and even though some don’t like the foot pedal, I think it’s my favorite part of the entire kit. Two things that do bug me is that: 1) with all the sounds this thing can make, there is no tambourine voice (and I will probably find other percussion sounds missing as I go along). You may say ‘who cares’ but they used up eight voices of a guy just saying ‘one’, ‘two’ all the way to eight, but no tambourine. If you play 60’s music, you may miss not having it. And: 2) The cables that connect the drum module to the triggers are not discrete cables. They all come together into a single DB-25 (parallel port style) connector and each cable is cut to length to reach each of the triggers. This is fine unless you want the drum module to be on the right (where it should be) instead of on the left which is where it has to go. Also note that the audio output is not extremely powerful. It is sufficient and you won’t have any problem driving an amp but you need just about full volume to drive your headphones to a robust level. These are some of the things I learned while assembling it: 1) The instructions are pretty lame. 2) Be sure to hammer the rubber feet all the way on to the legs before assembling it. They are only pushed on hand tight from the factory and end up not having uniform lengths which make balancing it tough otherwise. 3) You may want to swap the position of the High Hat support and the drum module. I put the High Hat out on the far left end of the bar (and the snare on the extreme end of its bar too) to open up the size of the kit somewhat, otherwise, it’s kind of cramped unless you’re a kid. 4) You can turn the floor tom bracket upside down to lower its height a bit (to be a little more ‘real’), and also move it all the way out to the end of the right bar (again, to expand the size some). 5) It comes with 5 Velcro strips for cable management but that is nowhere near enough. You can cut them lengthwise to make 10 which goes a long way to organizing the cables. Read more

Warren
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 19, 2018

Review:As someone who has never drummed before but wanted to learn, this kit was perfect. I decided on electronic drums as I wanted to be able to use them with headphones and not drive my wife / kids / neighbours mad with my poor attempts as I learnt how to play. The kit is relatively easy to put together if you follow the pictures carefully and once assembled feels (to my limited knowledge) as if playing on a proper drum set - the only issue I would say is that the size of each drum (the circumference) is smaller than proper drums so you have to be a bit more accurate when hitting them, otherwise you tend to hit the rims. However, there is a big downside to this kit and that is the customer service, which is non-existant. My kit arrived with one of the screws that clamps the frame together missing. Typically this was on one of the last pieces I put together and at that point I didn't want to pack it away, send it back to Amazon and wait for a new kit to arrive, so I thought I would contact Alesis directly to see if they would send me the missing screw. Alesis have just ignored every email I have sent about this and I could only find an American phone number which I wasn't prepared to call, so that was a very poor start. But then I found that there was a UK distributor called InMusic, who could be described as marginally better in that although they refuse to answer their phone they do tend to answer every third or fourth email you send. So on my fourth email someone responded and said that they would look to replace the whole part rather than the actual missing screw, which although seemed a bit overkill would have solved the issue, so naturally I replied that I would like to take them up on this - after a few more weeks of silence and a few more emails, I then received another reply saying they would instead send me the screw, but that I would now have to pay for it. Obviously I am not happy with this, the screw shouldn't have been missing in the first place, but I guess it just shows the level of customer service that Alesis and InMusic are prepared to provide, which is absolutely none. So yes, I recommend this kit for a complete beginner like myself but would recommend that if there is anything wrong with it you send it immediately back to Amazon and ask them to help out, even if it means sending the whole kit back. Read more

For the Record
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 28, 2018

Review:I bought this kit for two reasons. Space and respect for my neighbors. I like that you can make it almost as compact as a Rock Band kit. The mesh heads have a great feel to them. You can't expect much of a membrane at this price. The one it comes with is OK, but for best results, plug the drums into a computer / laptop and use EZDrummer or something to get real authentic sounding drums. Also, do yourself a favour, go to the dollar store and buy yourself some zip ties or velcro for some cable management as there are a TON of wires. The only other thing, is the 2 pedals need SOMETHING to grip to the floor, otherwise they WILL slide and most likely SCRATCH your wood/tile floor. Get a large mat for the kit to sit on. Read more

Bruno
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Spain on December 8, 2018

Review:Soy usuario de silla de ruedas y me apetecía mucho aprender batería, como es lógico me frenaba el no poder usar los pedales de bombo y de charles, y que las cajas acusticas, al tener tanto fondo, me quedan muy lejos. Bueno pues al final he comprado esta batería electrónica, he configurado el goliath con sonido de bombo, lo he puesto a la izquierda y he puesto el charles con el sonido de cerrado, y la caja la he podido poner en un sitio cómodo para mi, al ser mas plana. No seré un superbatería, pero puedo tocar y divertirme. Y por hablar un poco de la batería, el sonido es excelente y el montaje fácil. Gracias Read more

Aakash
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Date:Reviewed in India on September 10, 2019

Review:amazon did not even let me publish my original review as i had given the whole story there. all i can say is dont buy it as the drums just suddenly stopped working within 2 months of purchase and it has been more than a month that i have not received any warranty service. And i also dont know if anyone will provide me the service or their intention is to con customers like this. truly dissapointed. not buying anything from amazon ever again giving one star as there is no option to give 0 star Read more

Angelo
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Date:Reviewed in Italy on September 26, 2019

Review:Scrivo la mia recensione 1 anno dopo aver effettuato l'acquisto. Perchè ho aspettato così tanto? Perchè il mio dubbio principale era quanto fosse resistente la batteria e che effetto avrebbe avuto su di essa un intenso utilizzo nel tempo. Partiamo dal prodotto: La batteria ha un rack completamente realizzato in alluminio e plastica rigida, con l'unica eccezione delle viti presenti per unire alcuni componenti che sono invece in metallo. Sui materiali si ha un po' la percezione del risparmio, soprattutto per alcuni dettagli, come il pedale della cassa con la base plasticosa. La stabilità del rack è generalmente buona, anche se a volte dovrete regolare nuovamente alcuni punti che tendono a spostarsi di qualche millimetro e che in questo modo provocano qualche vibrazione di troppo. Aspetto positivo è la leggerezza della struttura, che ne facilita gli eventuali spostamenti. Il montaggio è un po' lungo, ma agevole, con istruzioni piuttosto chiare. I pad hanno delle interessanti pelli mesh che permettono di avere una risposta simile alla batteria acustica. Ho detto simile!! :D La risposta NON è uguale alla batteria acustica (ovviamente), ma è accettabile e rispetto ad altre batterie elettroniche è comunque un risultato soddisfacente per un prodotto in questa fascia di prezzo. In questo senso, risulta un ottimo compromesso utile per allenarsi a casa. Qualche punto negativo per le dimensioni dei pad, piuttosto ridotte, che tuttavia permettono di avere una batteria veramente compatta. In termini di rumorosità, è un'ottima soluzione: le pelli mesh hanno un impatto acustico decisamente minimo, i pad dei piatti risultano un po' più rumorosi ma la superficie in gomma attutisce bene l'impatto della bacchetta, mentre il pedale della casa fa davvero rumore. Questo è un aspetto positivo e negativo insieme: positivo, perchè il pedale che batte sul pad conferisce un feeling migliore e un senso maggiore di realismo; negativo, perchè il rumore meccanico del pedale che si muove e che batte sul pad è piuttosto forte. Personalmente ho risolto con un tappeto fonoassorbente che fa bene il suo mestiere e riduce al minimo il fastidio (se al piano di sotto hanno la tv accesa, nessuno si accorge che suono la batteria). Tutte le funzioni tipiche delle batterie elettroniche sono presenti, non manca davvero nulla all'appello: personalizzazione dei suoni e del kit, possibilità di registrare la sessione, supporto basi midi, metronomo, tracce preregistrate, tracce studio, ecc... Una pecca a mio avviso sono i suoni: non troppo vicini ai suoni reali della batteria, un campionamento e una scelta migliore sarebbero stati opportuni. Dopo un anno, la batteria ha resistito bene all'utilizzo: il primo componente a risentire dell'uso è il pad della cassa che risulta usurato lì dove il battente colpisce. I pad dei piatti sono quelli che hanno patito maggiormente l'uso continuo: le plastiche sono usurate nelle zone centrali, quelle più colpite dalle bacchette. Dopo un anno questi segni di usura mi sembrano complessivamente normali: sono comunque esteriori e superficiali, mentre il funzionamento della batteria è sempre impeccabile. Dunque la prova del tempo sembra superata! In definitiva, questa batteria è un compromesso: per il prezzo che si paga risulta un buon prodotto ed è una delle migliori batterie entry level sul mercato. Per tutti gli aspetti positivi e negativi elencati sopra, non è ovviamente un prodotto professionale, ma è adatta ai neofiti, è un'ottima batteria per studiare ed è ottima per chi vuole suonare senza dar fastidio ai vicini. Read more