read the above vivek gupta review ...i wrote it but it shows un verified ...ha ha
I got my voyager,My FIRST full fledged kit in 2012.And I couldnt be happier as great gear makes you want to play more!I'd been playing for two and a half years by then on a indian make kit,that i bought second hand for 5k,So go figure what a disaster that was.SoPros :--Cheap thus economic for intermediate level drummers.-The Build quality is rugged as hell.Not to mention professional too.-If tuned properly,it can sound like a studio kit.no exaggeration-It can be used for gigs ,its THAT good.- I personally love the sound of a wooden shell.(compared to PVC and the works)Cons :--The positioning of the Toms mounted on the bass is a PAIN,I'm not even exaggerating.Its really hard because they're not very versatile.Its a restricted ball and socket.-Its wooden.So what I consider a pro,can be a con if you're in a Humid area.It'll warp up really bad if you dont keep it away from humidity (Hasnt happened to mine)-Gets scratched easily.
amazing value for money is the best way I can describe this drum kit. ever since setting it up, I have been practicing for hours on end and making a racketthat will have me evicted soon. :) the snare and kick are tight and have a nice transient attack sound to them. the kit looks great and has brilliant build quality.must buy for any beginner without a doubt! cheers!!
This is one of the best drum kits in this price range. A friend of mine suggested this kit to me and it's one of the best decisions I've made. I've had my ups and downs with this kit ever since I first started abusing the hell out of it (mind you, it takes a good pounding):P and it's been faithful throughout. Easily one of the most sturdiest and good looking kits I've played on. The DVD included will make setting up your kit a cakewalk. So BEGINNERS..Don't fret!