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ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal  

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    It's got all the basics...and beyond.

    This ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set includes quick-sized toms in a contemporary size configuration with an 8-ply basswood kick and snare drum and 6-ply shells. Includes 22" x 18" kick, 8" x 7", 10" x 8", and 12" x 9" toms, plus 14" x 12" and 16" x 14" floor toms and 14 x 5-1/2" snare drum. Hardware includes a double tom stand, snare stand, 2 straight and hi-hat cymbal stands, and throne, as well as 6 pair of sticks with a stick bag. Includes 14" hi-hats and 16" crash/ride cymbals, and a bonus free 16" Sabian crash.

    Features
    • 100% Basswood shells
    • 8-Ply bass and snare shells
    • 6-ply Tom shells
    • 1.7mm Triple-flanged hoops
    • D Series chrome oval lugs

    Order this 7-Piece D2 kit and have it up and drumming in no time.

     

    D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal Specifications:

    • 22 x 18" kick
    • 14 x 5-1/2" snare
    • 8 x 7", 10 x 8 and 12 x 9" toms
    • 14 x 12 and 16 x 14" floor toms
    • Double tom stand
    • Snare stand
    • 2 straight and hi-hat cymbal stands
    • Drum throne
    • 6 pair of sticks with a stick bag.
    • 14" hi-hats and 16" crash/ride cymbals
    • Free 16" Sabian crash
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    ddrumD2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal
     
    4.4

    (based on 5 reviews)

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        4.0

        great drums, weak accessories

        By gh0stmak3r

        from Savannah, GA

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Great Sound
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Included Hardware

        Best Uses

          Comments about ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal:

          I had stopped playing for about 10 years and bought this set to get back into music. The Ddrums themselves sound great, no complaints there. However the included hardware leaves MUCH to be desired. If you chose this set be prepared to order the replacement hardware, the stands are weak and the included cymbals sound worse than banging on a trash can lid. The heads are one ply and not durable so if you're a heavy hitter like me you may want to order new heads with the kit. I have replaced the heads and have new cymbals and hardware and definately would recommend the drums to anyone looking for a great sounding kit that won't break your bank account.

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          5.0

          Some wow for the buck

          By Head Beater

          from Oregon

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

          • Great Sound
          • Huge Tone
          • Responsive
          • Sensitive
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Accompaniment
            • Jazz Clubs
            • School Bands
            • Small Venues
            • Soundtracks
            • Symphonies

            Comments about ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal:

            I was fearful to buy a off brand set when I have had Ludwig and slingerland for the longest time. This set has proved to me with the great tone quality that it has. I replaced the cymbals with Zildjian ZBT Pro 5 added sound percussion boom stands and replaced bass drum pedal to a Tama Iron Cobra 600 double pedal. All top heads were replaced with remo. For a out of the box set I give it a AAA rating. Want some bang for the buck you get it here DDrum.

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            (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            for the price i would do it again

            By jc

            from victoria texas

            About Me Novice

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            Pros

            • Great Sound
            • Huge Tone
            • Responsive
            • Sensitive

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Jamming
              • Practice
              • School Bands
              • Small Venues
              • Soundtracks

              Comments about ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal:

              ive had this kit for about 2 months now which is my first drum set ever and I love it and being a 7 piece makes it that much better.. I replaced the original heads which only lasted about 2 weeks since they are single ply with remo pinstripes.. remo ambassador coated for the snare.. and added zildjian zbt 3 starter pack which has a very nice sound for the price in my opinion.. i also purchased the drumdial tuner and tuned the remo heads for the very first time with the drumdial cus i did the tuning the old fashioned way when I put the kit together with the original heads that it comes with man this kit sounds awesome now.... a 100 times tougher its all about quality shells and heads..now I have extra cymbals on stand by.. the hihats that came with the set are good.. crash cymbal is flat.. and I don't recommend hitting it hard either but it was something to hit till my new cymbals were coming in and the free sambian that it comes with is decent..cymbal stands are good.. drum throne is sturdy... sticks are flimsy.. and drum stick bag is a nice touch.. now everybody that heard this kit before when it had all the original heads and cymbals that came with the package compared to now.. with new heads being tuned properly with the same pressure all the way around on every tension rod on batter and reso ... kick drum as well and new cymbal package tells me that it sounds amazing and cant believe how much the sound changed.. now this may be a low end 7 piece drum set with starter cymbals but it sounds like a higher priced set to me after a few changes and that's all that matters in my and only opinion ...haha my drumset is boss.. thanx mf

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              (28 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              *****

              By Zach Umback

              from Fairview, MT

              Comments about ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal:

              I would recommend it to anybody in the market for a set. With a few extras and regular maitenance this can be a quality drumset to last the years.
              For the price you cant go wrong with this kit. With it being a 7 piece, and it comes with cymbals and hardware, it has everything you will need to play a gig right out of the box.
              Definately worth the money but has some issues. I have had this set for about 4 months and im not regretting it one bit. The heads are quite chincy but what do you expect for this kind of kit with that price tag, had to sacrifice somewhere. After about 2 weeks i went thru the 8 and the 10, my snare drum is not far behind. The ddrum cymbals are junk but at least you have something to practice on, same with the hi-hats. The bass drum sounds pretty good, have been able to tune it up and have good results with micing it on the pa, i am a light hitter and am not using a double bass but if you were planning to I would order a new bass drum head as soon as you order the kit becuase mine is also about to give out. My toms (before they gave out) sounded decent but very ringy. I purchased some remO's for it and the problem was solved, drums sound good with a few upgrades.
              Great Value

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              4.0

              Very decent set for a beginner

              Comments about ddrum D2 7-Piece Drum Set with Free Sabian Crash Cymbal:

              Overall, this is a great set to start drumming with. a great value for the price, just a few problems that can be easily solved, and you have yourself a great kit.
              I've owned this kit for 2 months now, and i think that this set has everything you need to get you started out with drumming-if your a soft hitter. The shells are very warm sounding with right heads(i use Remo Pinstripes. You-re going to have to change the heads within a week and a half due to them being single ply and very weak.). The Sabian SBR 16" Crash cymbal is a very bright sounding beginner cymbal. The Sound Percussion stand that comes with is very durable and a nice touch. But the stands and cymbals made by Ddrum aren't the greatest. the 14" hihats it came with sound very dingy closed and horrible open, and they dent after only a few hits. the hi-hat stand is also very weak, as it locks up and closes on you at random times. the 17"crash/ride cymbal is the same way, dingy and dents in seconds, plus the straight cymbal stand it comes is VERY weak and the legs have to be completely extended and the stand cant be too high for it to stand rigid. If your a beginner, a sofet hitter and you're not afraid to spend a few 100 bucks to upgrade some things, it's actually pretty decent.
              The quality of the shells are great, comparable to all other entry level kits out there. The quality of the heads is very low due to them being so weak, but every drum set is like that unless otherwise specified as having name brand heads. The Sabian SBR Crash is a very high quality beginner cymbal, as expected by Sabian. The Ddrum cymbals and stands are low quality due to them being dingy and weak. they are a must to upgrade if you want good sounding cymbals. The hardware(Tension rods, Snare Throw-off and tom stands)is pretty good. durable and sturdy for a hard hitter(like me), although about 2 months in to having the product, the throw-off wouldnt stay closed and hold the snare-wire. The 6 pairs of sticks it comes with are 5B, and are very flimsy if you hit hard. Get a few pairs of ProMark sticks. The throne is very sturdy and holds a good amount of weight. The stick bag is very handy for lessons/gigs.
              The value of this kit with such a low price is very high, even with a few problems. If you have no problem spending an extra 300 dollars to upgrade heads, the hihats, the crash/ride and stands, then this is a great place to start your kit.

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