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Ddrum Dominion AMX Bass
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ddrum's new Dominion AMX bass drum shells combine the warmth and clarity of maple with the punch and striking visual appearance of ash. AMX shells br...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fuses multiple elements to create singularly impeccable drum shells.
ddrum's new Dominion AMX bass drum shells combine the warmth and clarity of maple with the punch and striking visual appearance of ash. AMX shells bridge the gap between tonal opulence and needed attack. Lacquer finishes reveal the stunning grain of the ash outer shell with unbridled brilliance. Die-cast hoops are featured on every drum for extra sonic cut and durability. The 22" bass drum provides a full, round kick drum THUMP while the 24" bass drum delivers unbridled low-end wallop. All of these ingredients come together to form a bass drum that is as at home on stage as it is in a recording studio.
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The Big Bang Theory is the name for a TV show and should have been the name of this bass drum. WOW !!! It's laughable when you take a look at the pricing of other manufacturers bass drums that this one sold for such a deal!!! How does DDrum do it? Well I know but I won't tell you and it really doesn't matter anyway now does it ?Righty, righty, right...Let's get down to it. For the price, nothing compares, zero and nadda. The looks are very, very well done. The boys up ahead or down below are just complainers for the sake of printing more letters. It's a very commendable finish. Now I will agree that the shipping is bad and I mean bad. I received mine in not quite the state I had hope it would be in. The box had gone through some tough handling but to say the least the packaging on a scale from 1 to 10 was a .05 . The front rim was cracked and the head had a very nice dent in it at the point where the bang had occurred. I called MSF and was told that I would have to send the whole unit back. I pleaded with them asking them to ship me the rim and I could fix the head. "No" was their answer, didn't make sense to me. I would call again and again and the same thing. Again and again until one day I hit a very kind women who understood the problem and said she would e-mail the UPS shipping form to me. HURRAY !!! Didn't happen. I ordered a RIM SAVER made by YAMAHA for $34.95 and fixed the unit by myself. I should also mention that I bought the extra-coverage on the unit so there should not have been any problems. After close to 5 years of dealing with MSF this was the first time I had encountered problems with them and I was P.O.ed to say the least.What's done is done and the drum does sound great . See yeah.
I bought the 24" in the white finish. The size is phenomenal, the finish is not. The white finish seems to take nicks fairly easily, but the huge dimensions really deliver the boom I was looking for. The drum is so large that when playing, it's hard to get a read on the sound out front -- it sounds sort of thin from behind, but in front, it's got a great round deep sound. I'm becoming a fan of ddrum drums, between this and my S4 snare. Unfortunately delicate finish, great, beefy sound.
My first one had a massive crack in one of the hoops. I got my second one soon afterwards, and it came in perfect shape. The packaging leaves a lot to be desired; I guess they play the odds. No complaints aside from the packaging; stock heads are OK, and are no worse than anything else you'll find in the price range. Tune it up, muffle it some and you've got a cannon of a bass drum. I have the 20x22 in redburst and it's a beautiful finish.
I got the white 24x20 and am not disapointed at all. This thing is thunderous. I use it for a Doom/Sludge band called Buzzardstein and it fits the tone of everything well. Cuts through with every hit and has a hard thump. I threw a small drum pillow to just barely touch both of the heads and it is solid.
I bought the 24"x22" model -- this thing's huge. It barely fits through most doorways. This drum will give you the thump you need. One drawback is the sound is very different behind the kit than it is out front. Out front, there's tons of low end and resonance with good attack, but when I'm playing, I hear lots of slap and attack, with little thump. For this reason, I needed help getting this thing dialed in. I give a four for features, because the finish is a little vulnerable to scratching and minor cosmetic chipping. I'm trying to find a case for transporting it, but I haven't seen anything that will hold a drum this big and deep. ddrum is making a good product, right now. I'm very happy with this one.
Hahh, amazing. That's all, just amazing. Red burst. Just tune it the right way and it's amazing.I already had the 6 piece (one bass, 3 toms, floor, and snare) and got another one of these, woooo, amazing. haha. And especially for all the metal I play (triggered sounding, fast, double bass)
hello i bought a ddrum dominion ash bass drum that is a 20x20. they are specially made. but i can tell you that it is the best bass drum that i have had in a long time. and i've had nine. my toms are yamaha stage customs, and my snare is a vented orange county. the ddrum dominion adds a nice compliment to the other drums. it is very loud and has a lot of punch to it. im shure that the bigger size ones have alot of punch to. the stock heads that come on it are pretty good, but i changed them out with a aquarian super kick2, and an aquarian regulater. sounds amazing you will not be disapointed. i would recomend ddrum to anyone serious about having a deep bass sound.