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Millenium MX420 Studio Set BL

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Get 90 Days of Drumeo Free with Your Thomann Purchase!

Elevate your drumming experience with an exclusive offer from Thomann and Drumeo! When you purchase this product during the period from 24.06. to 23.09.2024 you will receive a 90-Days Access for Drumeo free of charge on top. After your order has been shipped you will receive the licence key as well as the Download link send to you automatically by Email. The Drumeo access is non-recurring and ends automatically at the end of the period.

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Complete Drum Kit

  • Studio configuration
  • 9-Ply poplar / birchwood shell
  • Shells with wrap finish
  • 1.5 mm metal hoops on snare and toms
  • Wooden hoops on bass drum in shell colour
  • Colour: Blue Lining

Shell set consists of:

  • 20" x 16" Bass drum (bored)
  • 10" x 08" Tom Tom
  • 12" x 09" Tom Tom
  • 14" x 14" Floor tom
  • 14" x 5.5" Snare drum

Hardware set consists of:

  • Cymbal boom stand
  • Straight cymbal stand
  • Hi-Hat stand
  • Snare drum stand
  • Single pedal
  • Drum throne

Cymbal set consists of:

  • 14" Hi-hat
  • 16" Crash
  • 20" Ride
Available since March 2019
Item number 452094
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Bass Drum size 20"
Number of TomToms 2
Number of Floor Toms 1
Shell Material Birch, Poplar
Finish Foiled
Colour Blue
Sparkle No
Fade No
Burst No
Shell Hardware Colour Chrome
Incl. Snare Yes
Incl. cymbals Yes
Incl. Hardware Yes
Incl. Seat Yes
All prices incl. VAT
In stock
In stock

This product is in stock and can be shipped immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery free of charge expected between Monday, 29.07. and Tuesday, 30.07.

Maximum features at a mini price

The Millenium MX420 Studio Set is a fully equipped drum kit with features you wouldn’t normally expect at this price point. The 20" bass drum, 10", 12" and 14" toms, and 14" x 5.5" wooden snare drum all feature a multi-ply construction that combines birch and poplar wood and form the backbone of the kit. The cymbal set consists of a 14" hi-hat, 16" crash, and 20" ride. To complete the picture, all of the necessary hardware is provided, including a drum stool. And since looks are just as important as features, the MX420 is available in two eye-catching finishes.

Selected woods and professional features

The developers certainly paid a great deal of attention to detail when designing the MX420. The bass drum’s wooden hoops with colour-matching inlays, the tom fixtures equipped with ball joints and, finally, the highly reliable and functional hardware, all give the impression of a much more expensive drum set. The drum memory locks located in key positions, the neatly screwed-on badges, and the Blue Lining finish – reminiscent of classic vintage drum sets – certainly add to that impression. Last but not least, the fact that the nine-ply shells also include multiple layers of birch as well as poplar is another real surprise in this price range.

The MX420 is a real chameleon

If you are just starting out on the drums and are looking for a complete yet inexpensive drum kit, the Millenium MX420 is the perfect choice. The most popular drum and cymbal sizes have been selected and cater for many different styles. The 20" bass drum is full-sounding enough for Rock, but also does an excellent job with Jazz if tuned a little higher. The three toms, with sizes of 10", 12", and 14" respectively, are equally versatile. The 14" x 5.5" snare drum is a real all-rounder and is equipped with a robust strainer mechanism and a 20-wire snare. The components are all adjustable and can be easily adapted to suit players of different heights.

About Millenium

Millenium is one of Thomann’s in-house brands and has been an integral part of the store’s range since 1995. More than 800 products – from drums and percussion through to accessories such as microphone stands, racks, and recording workstations – bear the Millenium label. These products are made by renowned companies who also manufacture products for other well-known brands. Since they are imported directly from the factory without any further distributors or sales companies, they can be sold at particularly attractive prices. Incidentally, one in every four Thomann customers has already purchased at least one Millenium product.

Cool looks for rehearsal room and stage

The Millenium MX420 Studio Set comes with everything you need to start drumming, at a price that many drummers would spend on a snare drum alone. This kit will suit both children and adults and is an ideal instrument for practising at home and for the rehearsal room. Moreover, the MX420 is fully stage-ready thanks to its double-braced stands and sturdy mounts, which can be returned to their original position in seconds using the memory locks during set-up. And its eye-catching finish also means that the MX420 will look nothing short of awesome under the spotlight.

31 Customer ratings

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23 Reviews

Solid Kit for the Price
alt2 13.03.2020
Overall I was impressed with the MX420. The sounds out of the drums are pretty good, considering the price. A standout for me is the quality of the hardware at this price. Often the downside of any budget is weak or unstable hardware, but this stuff is pretty solid. The cymbals are pretty rubbish, but I wasn't expecting much. Actually, the high hat is useable, but the crash and ride have excessive ring and volume.

I prefer a setup with a single high tom on a stand, rather than mounted through the bass drum. I was happy to find that the tom mounts have the same diameter as the cymbal stands, so I was able to hang the tom via the crash stand.

-Drum sound

-Seat isn't amazing


A very good entry level drumkit
mojsterr 22.03.2023
I've never had drums before but these were absolutely great for this price.

I heard some people mentioning cymbals not beeing very good, but from what I've seen this is every entry level drumkit. And I think a beginner won't really notice a difference.

All in all, a great drumkit for a beginner.


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Guter Gesamtzustand zum Preis
mapex80 03.10.2019
ich hab das Set für meinen Sohn gekauft. Wir wollten ein komplettes Set für wenig Geld und 699 € aufwärts waren uns völlig zu teuer, erst recht wenn man nicht weiß, ob er es durchzieht. Leihinstrumente waren auch keine Option.
Die Ausführung zu knapp 350 € ist für den Preis völlig in Ordnung. Ich war fast noch überrascht, dass es so gut verarbeitet ist. Kessel und Hardware sind natürlich im unteren Segment, lassen aber für dieses nichts zu wünschen übrig. Solide verbaut, Ständer wackelt nicht, Hocker passt. Nur der Snareständer hat ein klein wenig Spiel unterhalb der Drehschraube, die die drei Arme zusammenzieht. Merkt man aber nicht, wenn man nicht ständig dran hin und her rüttelt.
Einziges Manko - was aber bei dem Preis jedem der Ahnung hat klar ist - die Becken sind natürlich so gut wie Schrott. Pures Blech, klappernder Sound aber Hey - für 350 € komplett? Dafür ist es wurscht. Erstmal sind überhaupt welche dabei und das Kind kann mal üben. Andere Becken sind dann schnell verdient, wenn der Wille und der Fortschritt da sind.


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Qualita/Prezzo imbattibile
Kino Kinetti on drums 23.12.2019
Le 4 stelle nel Totale sono per l'imbattibile rapporto qualità/prezzo e se non fosse per qualche (forse) inevitabile pecca, questo strumento forse meriterebbe le 5 stelle. Comunque già 4 stelle, per questa fascia di prezzo, sono tantissima roba. Prima di proseguire premetto che sono un batterista professionista di 59 anni di età e con molta strada fatta picchiando pelli e metalli in ogni contesto e quasi ogni genere musicale. Ho consigliato l'acquisto dello strumento alla famiglia di una giovanissima allieva dopo che l'attento esame on line delle caratteristiche e delle immagini del prodotto mi aveva convinto della bontà della scelta e devo dire che non mi ero sbagliato. Meccaniche ben fatte, robuste, efficienti, soprattutto i braccetti reggitom e i piedini regolabili della grancassa che reggono il confronto con i Mapex (io ho una Mapex...), ai quali, tra l'altro, assomigliano. La finitura è elegantissima, il colore blu striato di nero della pellicola di rivestimento dei fusti è magnifico, un gran colpo d'occhio! Le pelli sono di discreta qualità, sottili le risonanti ma di un piacevolissimo peso medio le battenti, in tal modo trovare il giusto tono è stato molto facile e, cosa quasi incredibile per questa fascia di prezzo, i tamburi reggono agevolmente diversi tipi di accordatura già con le pelli di serie, rendendo perciò assai versatile lo strumento così come "mamma" l'ha fatto, ottimi, del suono, il corpo e il sustain, pazzesco il sustain del tom a terra... di solito, con gambette non isolate, la coda è inesistente, questo invece suona anche troppo!!! Il rullante, dotato di meccanismo tendicordiera decente e funzionale, è penalizzato in sensibilità e timbro da una pelle risonante troppo spessa mentre la cassa, che presenta un'elegante pelle nera frontale già forata con logo ''vintage'', avrebbe beneficiato di una pelle battente di peso medio, analoga a quelle dei tom; tuttavia, con un cuscino dentro, restituisce un buon suono caldo e sufficientemente potente, pur se un po' anonimo.. I piatti in ottone forniti di serie suonano quel bene che basta per non dover spendere altri soldi acquistando altri piatti a parte (se siete un/una principiante), nessuna, ripeto nessuna marca famosa di piatti produce modelli in ottone che suonino meglio di questi, anzi, ve n'è anche di peggio.
Le pecche son poche ma vanno elencate: prima di tutto il tom da 12'' aveva il bordo lato risonante danneggiato da alcuni colpi che ne hanno deformato il taglio in due punti, ho dovuto purtroppo trafficare per eliminare il legno schiacciato e tentare di ''accompagnare'' l'avvallamento risultante in modo che l'infossatura non fosse troppo ripida al contatto con la sottile pelle risonante ma il risultato è risultato accettabile. Questo però è un danno da disattenta manipolazione, in realtà, non un difetto. I bordi dei fusti presentano il tipico taglio a 45° verso l'interno, ok, ma il bordo esterno è affilato e del tutto non rifinito, quindi ruvido, almeno un giro veloce di carta a vetro lo si potrebbe dare senza con ciò rendere i costi di produzione inaccettabili... Il pedale della grancassa non è un granché, appena accettabile ma funzionante. Tutti i filetti di viti e bulloni sono totalmente secchi, durante il montaggio consiglio una lubrificata con olio o grasso.
Conclusioni: per 355 euro non si può trovar di meglio, non importa quale marca e/o modello si citi. Ottimo primo o anche secondo strumento per il principiante, ottimo strumento da battaglia per il professionista che, con un po' di lavoro di sistemazione e un adeguato cambio pelli, può rendere lo strumento perfetto anche per il mestiere del weekend, per l'insegnamento e per lo studio giornaliero, ottimo per la sala prove, ottimo per il backliner del service audio che può fornire uno strumento decente a chiunque salga sul palco in un festival con più gruppi, ottimo per lo hobbista. 4 stelle e 4 pollici in su per Thomann e la sua Millenium MX420 Studio Set BL.