Electronic drums and electric guitar pedals have been building a history of crossover success for years.
In fact, in 2016, the Electronic Musicians Guild was formed to support musicians who wanted to play in both genres.
But what about electronic drum kits?
What about electronic electronic drums and electronic guitar pedals?
That’s the question the Electronic Drum Kit Association is asking.
In a recent article, the group explained that many drum kits, and even electric drum kits in particular, are designed to be played both ways.
But the group is also working to address the fact that drum kits and electric drum pedals are both different in some way.
While both can be used to create electronic sounds, there are also different types of electronic drum kit, including electric drums, and electric guitars, which have different electronic components.
The group says there is a need to change the way that these types of kits are marketed and sold.
“Electronic drum kits are not the same thing as electric drum kit,” said the group’s president and CEO, Paul T. F. Williams, in a statement.
“The two do not share a common base of technology, and are often created and sold differently.
While it’s possible to design a kit to be both, there is not a single set of rules or standards that apply to both.
We believe that the best way to support and educate consumers is to allow the marketplace to work for both of these kits.”
Electric drum kits use components that have been designed to function in a certain way.
The electric drum and guitar pedals do not have that ability.
The Electronic Drum Kits Association’s position is not that electric drum drums are inferior to electric guitar drums, but that they are less compatible.
The association wants to encourage manufacturers to make better drum kits for the two genres.
“In order to make the most out of the electric drumkit, manufacturers must be mindful of the differences between electric drummers and electric instruments,” the group said.
“Drum kits should be designed to create sound from both electric instruments and drums.
This is critical to creating a satisfying sonic experience for both.
In the meantime, the electric kit market has matured to the point where manufacturers can create a wide variety of electric drum sounds with minimal investment.”
As a result, the industry as a whole is making strides toward embracing a range of musical instruments that are both electric and electronic,” the statement said.
The Electronic Drum Kicks is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to educate consumers on the benefits of drum kits.