To celebrate Silent June Yamaha Music London – Chappell’s are giving away one Yamaha DTX400 silent electronic drum kit to a lucky Londonist reader.
If you’ve always wanted a drum kit at home but are loathe to disturb your neighbours or immediate family and friends, here is an opportunity to unleash your inner Animal!
Drop by Yamaha Music London – Chappell’s on Wardour Street this Saturday and you can marvel at a whole range of silent instruments in action as the Street-Nelms Jazz Quintet and the Abraxas classical ensemble play simultaneous sessions in the same room silently, on the hour, every hour, from 12-4pm.
On the ground floor, Yamaha Electronic Drum expert Mikey Sorbello will be showcasing the latest DTX Electronic & Silent drum kit throughout the day so hang around and have a go.
To be in with a chance of winning the drum kit, simply enter your name and email address in the form below and hit submit.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
We’ll pick a winner at random after 5pm on Tuesday 2 July. Terms and conditions at the bottom of this post. Good luck!
Earlier this year Yamaha silent instruments were awarded the coveted and highly prestigious Quiet Mark, the international mark of approval from the Noise Abatement Society for quiet design technology. This award covers Yamaha silent pianos, DTX electronic drums, silentstrings, brass and guitars. The Yamaha Quiet Mark award followed extensive testing and assessment of the silent range by a team of leading UK acousticians.
Silent Saturday takes place at Yamaha Music London – Chappell’s at 152-160 Wardour Street between 12-4pm. Free entry, just drop in.
T&Cs: Entrants must be aged 16 or over. Entry is restricted to one entry per person; duplicate entries will be removed.
The prize will consist of a Yamaha DTX400 Digital Drum Kit which will be delivered free of charge to an address within the Greater London area. The prize will be delivered boxed and setup is the responsibility of the prize-winner. No alternative prizes will be offered. Delivery to an address outside the Greater London area will incur a charge payable by the prize-winner to Yamaha Music London – Chappell.