Back in 1958, British percussionist Alan Sharp was disappointed by the quality of percussion available, so he began sourcing parts and assembling his own instruments instead. Orders for his percussion came flooding in and by 1965 Natal Percussion Company was born. The equipment was championed by Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin thanks to the percussions’ pioneering fibreglass shells and curved rims.
Natal continued to flourish in the following decades, introducing cowbells, cajons and other percussion to the product range. In 2010 Natal joined forces with Marshall amps – whose founder Jim had been a drummer and sold Natal percussion in his shop in 1962 – to create a range of acoustic kits. Sticking to the Natal ethos of delivering quality products, the drum kits feature premium materials and high-end craftsmanship, complimented by quality hardware, sun lugs and wingnuts, all finished in a stunning array of colours.
Find your rhythm with EVO, the perfect way to start your drumming journey. These basswood shells are durable and give a great sound for home practice and local gigging. The EVO kits are versatile so you can experiment with many different styles and genres while you continue to develop as a drummer.
The EVO comes complete with shells, hardware, cymbals, kick pedal, throne and even drumsticks; everything you need to get drumming straight out of the box.
There are different configurations available for each drum kit. To find out which configurations are available for your chosen kit, please visit the specific product page.
You can buy our drum kits from a local retailer. Visit the ‘find your retailer’ page for details of your nearest Natal retailer.
A drummer’s sound is influenced by a lot of different factors, not just their kit. You can see what kits our drummers use by checking their endorser page. However, purchasing their chosen kit won’t make you sound exactly like them.
Jordan Pugh is the drummer of Blackpool band Boston Manor, who released their debut album ‘Be Nothing.’ in 2016 followed by their critically acclaimed second album ‘Welcome To The Neighbourhood’ in 2018. Since then the band have taken their music on a full North American headline tour, as well as whipping up frenzied crowd reactions on the main stage at Slam Dunk and on the BBC Radio 1 Stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals. Pugh’s rock solid ability behind the kit, delivered with his unique flair in a live setting is integral to Boston Manor’s phenomenal stage show.
Drummer and producer, Jamie Morrison, is no stranger to big hits having played for Stereophonics and the Noisettes. As well as playing in bands, Jamie has worked as a session musician, performing or recording with stars such as Sia, Birdy, Duffy, Brian Adams and many more. He’s also written for a variety of pop artists.
Michael Rennie is a powerhouse behind the kit. After an education in music in his early years, Michael cut his teeth with a wide range of rock and pop acts, touring both in the UK and around the world. He can currently be found behind the skins with YungBlud, a fast-growing alt-rock artist from Northern England. This year alone they have sold out US, UK, European, and Australian tours.
Robyn Haycock is the drummer for rock band Stone Broken. Since the band started in 2013 they have had some major achievements including, touring America, sold out Headline shows around the UK and Europe, played major festivals around the world and they don’t plan on slowing down anytime soon, with their 3rd studio album in the bag, the future is looking huge for the band!