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If you're an orchestral percussionist looking to buy, replace, or upgrade your concert bass drum, look no further. Here on Reverb, you'll find a wide selection of both new and used concert bass drums available now in a variety of sizes and on a sliding scale of price points.

Tuning and Sizing

The bass drum—whether a concert bass drum, marching band bass drum, or kick bass drum—is always the lowest and deepest member of the drum family and can be thought of as a non-pitched extension of the timpani. It should always sound lower than any other instrument, which can be accomplished by making sure you tune its resonant head (bottom) slightly higher than its batter head (the top, striking head).

The best size of bass drum for you will depend on your own size. You must choose a bass drum that will be proportionally appropriate for the person playing it. If you're shopping for a new player, like a child or student, check out something in he 28-inch range. Meanwhile, if you're shopping for a larger player or an adult, you would be better off in the 32- to 36-inch range.

Concert Bass Drums Near Me

Concert bass drums are the most sizable in the drum family, with even the smaller sizes hovering around 28 inches. Although it's definitely possible (and not nearly as difficult as you'd think, if you haven't done it) to ship concert bass drums fairly easily around the world, you might be inclined to see if any concert bass drums near you can suit your needs.

To exclusively browse concert bass drums near you, reference the list of top cities and countries available on Reverb to search within a desired location. You also can review shipping details within an item’s “Shop Policies” section.

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