It can be hard to buy gifts for musicians, often you’d need to know exactly what they like to use. Luckily, there are a few consumables or more extravagant items which are perfect for a drummer. Vic Firth, ProMark or Zildjian would be ideal for most drummers. Contrary to this, you can always get something about more “out there”. A specialist pair of sticks might be something that any drummer wouldn’t have thought to get themselves. Due to this, it can be a fun gift that doesn’t step on the toes of their current setup. Good choices for something like this would be dowel sticks, or brushes. practice pads are great for silent, or quiet, practice. Great for the gigging musician, a practice pad ensures that exercises can be done anywhere. Practice pads often come in the form of rubber pads which provide something to hit without causing much of noise. But some aim to replicate the feel of an actual drum. A lot of drummers will already have a practice pad, if so, there stands suitable for many practice pads. Available in 8mm or 5.5mm (7/32”) thread models. a comfy new one can be a great gift. Generally something double braced is preferable to ensure the extra stability. If you are buying for someone only practicing at home then it isn’t necessarily as important. Some brands will have extra features within their thrones, such as the Mapex Memory Loc Drum throne. These are more expensive, but allows for additional security and durability. Drum keys are always going missing, so a spare never goes amiss. Things like stick holders and bags are very handy also! Other bits of percussion are great too. From cowbells to woodblocks which can be attached to their kit. To shakers or tambourines which would be ideal for any setting when they’re away from their kit. There are always great options for gifts for drummers, such as drum heads, bags or cases, sample pads or even drum hardware. Though, these may be a bit more specialised, or expensive, than you might be looking for. If all else fails, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01283 535333 (option 1) for advice.