Heartcore_Ninja wrote:You don't need to practice 5 times a week. You don't need a van either. Full sized kit including padded bags can fit in any sized car. Kick drum in the boot and any others on the back seat.minkyqueen wrote:God you jump the gun so much. It takes a while. Took me a few hours to construct my kit (inc tuning) but if you're not tuning it doesn't take aslong.Heartcore_Ninja wrote:Don't lecture me on moving a drum kit, I help mouse lug his to practice and gigs up to 4 times a weekminkyqueen wrote:That's like saying I can't basically ever use my kit at home. A kit can't just be moved from A to B like that you know. It takes hours to fully construct properly, esp if you have to tune the drums.
So what's wrong with hiring a practice space? You can't really play the "I'm saving for my education" card when it'll only cost £10-20 for a couple of hours. Even less if you get some mates and practice together. Mouse practices once a week and that does him just fine! There's not really a need to practice for 3 hours every single day.
If you ever do form a band, do you think everyone will have to come to gigs in your house because you can't be arsed to move your kit?
Fair weather drummer. I reckon you'll give it up by the end of the year.
If I was at a gig ofcourse I would move it, But I'm not moving it 5 times a week just to practice. I haven't got an effing van you know.
You really didn't think about the bigger picture when Santa brought you this kit eh?