Millenium expands its MPS-1000 full-shell electronic drum kit with a new configuration and two new finish options

Millenium MPS-1000 in white and natural finishes
(Image credit: Millenium)

We were impressed with the Millenium MPS-1000 electronic drum set when we put one to the test last year, offering full-size drum shells in a familiar acoustic-style setup at an incredibly affordable price point.

Now, Millenium has expanded its MPS-1000 line-up with the addition of two new finishes, and an all-new configuration.

First up, the MPS-1000 is now available in a classic rock-style one-up/two down configuration featuring a 20”x16” bass drum, 13”x5” snare drum, 10”x6” rack tom, plus 14”x14” and 16”x16” floor toms.

Millenium MPS-1000 in white and natural finishes

(Image credit: Millenium)

However, while the MPS-1000 was formerly only available in a Grey Line wrap, Millenium has also added Plain White and Natural options to the range, adding that the former will "blend seamlessly into any environment with its timeless look", while the latter is aimed at those who want a more organic aesthetic on stage.

Cymbal-wise, each MPS-1000 kit includes a 13” stand-mounted hi-hat pad, 2x 15” dual-zone crash cymbal pads and an 18” triple-zone ride cymbal pad, with the crashes and ride both choke-able.

The MPS-1000 module is packed with features too, with over 800 internal sounds, Bluetooth, USB MIDI, user sample-import functionality and more.

The Millenium MPS-1000 starts at £938/€1,065. For more information, visit the Millenium Drums website.

Stuart Williams

I'm a freelance member of the MusicRadar team, specialising in drum news, interviews and reviews. I formerly edited Rhythm and Total Guitar here in the UK and have been playing drums for more than 25 years (my arms are very tired). When I'm not working on the site, I can be found on my electronic kit at home, or gigging and depping in function bands and the odd original project.