I was looking to purchase a drum set for myself, but I didn’t know how much I could spend.
I decided to give it a shot.
My husband is a drum tech, so we had no idea what the heck to expect.
Luckily, I found a drum rack with a built-in amplifier and a ton of free time on our hands.
But, like I said, it was all about finding the right amp.
Fortunately, the amp I had in my inventory was a great deal, but it wasn’t the best for my needs.
My current amp was the Audeze LCD-3.
It’s an amazing amp that I’d never use in the studio, but the price is right and the amp makes a big difference.
The LCD-2 is a bit better for the same money, but its lack of connectivity meant I had to spend more time troubleshooting the amp’s input issues.
But the LCD-1 and the LCD2 both have some neat features.
The OLED display on the LCD1 is more useful than the LCD3’s, so it’s easier to read.
The amp has a built in microphone that makes it easier to hear what you’re playing.
And the LCD’s headphone jack can be used as a volume control if you’re using headphones.
These features make for a really great kit, and I definitely recommend it to anyone looking to upgrade their rig.
I used the LCD for my electric drums and percussion, and the Auneze LCD2 for electric guitar.
I love the way the LCDs sound.
You can hear all of your instruments perfectly and in stereo, even when you’re jamming away on your keyboard.
I even used the Aimeze LCD1 as my live drum set, and it’s pretty awesome.
It has an incredible sound and is incredibly portable.
It also sounds awesome in my living room.
I’m not a huge fan of the LCD speakers, but they’re really good.
The speakers in the LCD are so loud, you can hear everything, and they’re not that far apart.
The Audezes are a little louder, but you can use them to listen to live drums, as long as you don’t jam too loud.
The other big difference between the LCD and LCD2 is the LCD has a detachable mic.
This is a really handy feature, because it allows you to take the mic out of the amp and place it anywhere on the rack.
That way, you don the mic while jamming.
The downside to this feature is that it can be hard to hear when you need to play live.
But if you have a lot of time and are working on a lot, you probably don’t need a separate mic.
That’s why I’d recommend using the LCD as your main set up.
If you have some room, it’s possible to jam with the LCD while still having the audio to your drums.
The only downside is that you can’t use the LCD during live shows.
The best option is to use a different amp with a dedicated mic.
But for a lot more power and performance, I’d highly recommend getting a decent amp that is easy to work with.
If it’s the LCD, then you’ll definitely get a better bang for your buck.
If I had the option of buying a new amplifier, I would definitely recommend the Ailex S20.
The S20 has a ton more features than the S20, including a built on amplifier, a built speaker system, a dedicated microphone, and more.
The speaker system is really nice.
It makes it possible to get good sound quality from a relatively small amplifier, and that’s important when you are jamming in your living room or studio.
The microphone is another great feature of the S. It lets you use a microphone while working.
And if you want to be able to hear your instruments when you play live, you’ll want to add a dedicated headphone jack.
I personally like the S2’s built in mic, but if you are more into playing with your friends, I recommend getting an extra amp with an external microphone.