The standard drum kit in jazz and other contemporary music genres. Usually consists of a bass (or kick) drum, snare drum, toms, hi-hat, ride and 2 cymbals although many different configurations exist. The drum kit as a whole is not considered a pitched instrument (even though the individual drums can be pitched) and is notated only in the rhythm clef.
The most common configuration of a drum kit in jazz and most contemporary genres. Sizes of each kick, snare and tom can vary with larger drums generally giving fatter, deeper tones and smaller ones having a tighter, higher-pitched overall tonal quality.