A drum kit—also known as a drum set or trap set—is a percussion instrument ensemble comprising drums, cymbals, and auxiliary instruments, designed for single-player use. Utilizing sticks and foot-operated pedals, drummers orchestrate a standard kit, typically including a snare drum, bass drum, tom-toms, cymbals (such as ride and crash cymbals), and hi-hat cymbals. Originating from individual military and orchestral percussion elements, the modern drum kit emerged in the early 20th century. This instrument is an integral part of various music genres, spanning jazz, rock, pop, and more. Its evolution has been influenced by technological advancements and diverse musical needs.