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  Just_A_Tree  |  20

Give it a month or two, he'll probably get bored easily if he's not taking lessons. If he is, then hopefully soon he'll sound good and it'll be pretty chill.

If all else fails, soundproof the room with cushions and what nots, look up what's best for soundproofing. Pillows and other cushion like materials muffle sound, it's why theaters and some schools have that kind of material on the walls. You can probably find a cheap way of doing this.

  Gaernem  |  17

I never took lessons, I've been playing drums for seven years and have never once gotten bored. In fact I would have been more bored and much worse if I had taken lessons. I'm much better at learning things on my own.


That's way easier said than done. And if OP is sharing a wall with another person, they're almost definitely in an apartment building, so OP would likely have to get permission from a landlord to even consider taking on such a project.

By  oj101  |  33

Most kids who start an instrument fizzle out and lose interest after a couple of weeks. Trust me, it won't be too bad after all. In the meantime, invest in some earplugs for the terrible affliction that has been imposed upon you.

  Rababco  |  29

Then they'll get really good because of all the practice they're getting and it'll be enjoyable to listen to it. Only problem is if they're playing them when someone's trying to sleep/do homework etc.