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Ddrum Dominion Maple Pocket Drum Shell Pack   

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This truly unique shell pack is specifically tailored to the player who wants to create a DEEP pocket in the groove. Ddrum's 20" x 20" kick keeps th...Read More

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Born to groove hard!

This truly unique shell pack is specifically tailored to the player who wants to create a DEEP pocket in the groove. Ddrum's 20" x 20" kick keeps the feel tight without sacrificing much needed bottom end, and the 13" x 7" snare delivers sweet crack without being robbed of depth. In contrast, shallow toms create a more musical tone down to the scale.

Dominion's all-maple drum shells are comprised of lumber from two separate continents: North America and Asia. This unique combination takes the tried and true tone of the drum world's most preferred timbre and elevates it to the next level. Every facet of the 100% maple shell, from the precision dual 45-degree bearing edges to the gloss-lacquered finish, is hand-crafted to ddrum's exacting specifications for perfect performance. Die cast hoops are added to the equation for volume and tuning precision.

Cymbals and hardware sold separately.

FEATURES
  • 20" x 20" bass drum
  • 12" x 8" rack-mounted tom
  • 14" x 12" and 16" x 12" floor toms
  • 13" x 7" snare drum
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4.7

(based on 15 reviews)

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Sounds Great, Looks Great

I've had it for about a year. The sweet, deep crack of the snare drum sold me on this kit. I had been leaning toward maybe a mid-line Gretsch or Yamaha. Ddrum wasn't...Read complete review

I've had it for about a year. The sweet, deep crack of the snare drum sold me on this kit. I had been leaning toward maybe a mid-line Gretsch or Yamaha. Ddrum wasn't even on the radar but it was such a cool green, I sat and played it. I stewed over my choice for a couple weeks and the sound of that snare drum was still in my head. I went with the ddrum and I've been tickled with it since.It's loud. The rack tom punches, the floor toms growl (the 14-incher is particularly sweet sounding) and the kick drum pumps it deep (although it doesn't boom like a 22 or 24 incher). In short, just the sound I was looking for. Oh, and the rims click with authority when played, and a rimshot on the snare rings loud and beautiful.It records nicely too. I've gotten good sound out of it with three mics -- two overhead and kick drum.And I honestly can't say it's better than other kits in the same price range or higher. There are a lot of good drum sets out there and it takes awhile to really get to know one. But I can't imagine another kit sounding a whole lot better than this one. When I start playing it, people's heads start bobbing. With my old kit (an 80s vintage low-end Yamaha), it was harder to get that magic going.

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Manufactured very poorly

I am extremely disappointed in the quality. The lugs on the one tom were drilled so uneven around the diameter that the bottom head cannot be screwed on. Also the lugs on the top...Read complete review

I am extremely disappointed in the quality. The lugs on the one tom were drilled so uneven around the diameter that the bottom head cannot be screwed on. Also the lugs on the top and bottom do not line up lengthwise along the drum. Additionally, on several of the toms the hoops are noticably too big. I can't comment on the sound as I can't even play it!

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5.0

Worth every dollar, if not more

By gw2001

from Brisbane, AUS

Loving the sound and cost of this. Have been drumming 12 years and played many kits before- this would have to be my personal favourite that I've owned. Snare has a great crack to it. Toms sound and ring great, kick is super punchy. New heads are definitely required as despite them coming with Remo heads, they're cheaper than the Encore series and sound a lot worse - still, for the price you pay, you can't expect the best heads to be included. Definitely worth every cent. I bought a limited edition in a bronzy coloured finish which I don't believe they make any more (I have owned it for about 2 years). Chucked some DW hardware and decent cymbals and absolutely love it! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

 
5.0

RAD nuggs

By ddrumer425

from snohomish wa

Duders and chicks if your lookin for a kit that looks good and is THE sickness get the kit its amazingwhen looking originally lookin at this i was a little turned off by the dimensions of the floor toms but you slap some remo weatherking emperors on it that and the fatness is reached the bass drum is a cannon and the snare is gnarular and cuts super nicely so freakin get this bad boy but in white the green seemed to be a bit obnoxious

 
5.0

Sounds Great, Looks Great

By Harmsichord

from Minneapolis

I've had it for about a year. The sweet, deep crack of the snare drum sold me on this kit. I had been leaning toward maybe a mid-line Gretsch or Yamaha. Ddrum wasn't even on the radar but it was such a cool green, I sat and played it. I stewed over my choice for a couple weeks and the sound of that snare drum was still in my head. I went with the ddrum and I've been tickled with it since.It's loud. The rack tom punches, the floor toms growl (the 14-incher is particularly sweet sounding) and the kick drum pumps it deep (although it doesn't boom like a 22 or 24 incher). In short, just the sound I was looking for. Oh, and the rims click with authority when played, and a rimshot on the snare rings loud and beautiful.It records nicely too. I've gotten good sound out of it with three mics -- two overhead and kick drum.And I honestly can't say it's better than other kits in the same price range or higher. There are a lot of good drum sets out there and it takes awhile to really get to know one. But I can't imagine another kit sounding a whole lot better than this one. When I start playing it, people's heads start bobbing. With my old kit (an 80s vintage low-end Yamaha), it was harder to get that magic going.

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5.0

All Around Great!

The ddrum Dominion Maple Pocket Kit is absolutely amazing. At shows people would be in awe when they see me take out a lime green drumset. Also a great price for the quality of the drums.

 
5.0

pretty freaking good

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I played this kit at a couple music stores and it rocks!!! one store took the liberty of replacing the stock heads it what a difference!!!! warm deep and FAT!!!! the bass is a freaken cannon!!! if you get this kit replace the heads and you'll be set for a LONG while!!!!!

 
1.0

Manufactured very poorly

By Crashintou

from Boston

I am extremely disappointed in the quality. The lugs on the one tom were drilled so uneven around the diameter that the bottom head cannot be screwed on. Also the lugs on the top and bottom do not line up lengthwise along the drum. Additionally, on several of the toms the hoops are noticably too big. I can't comment on the sound as I can't even play it!

 
5.0

Awesomely Awesome Kit!

By Matthew-hsVgm

from Portland, OR

I've been playing on Pearl kits for 7 years now and decided I wanted to change to a DDrum kit due to the maple shells at an extremely reasonable price. I had never played on one before but went with my instinct and bought one. It sounds amazing! the tone, the punch, the resonance, no reverb at all, easy set-up, easy positioning, sounds brilliant. The heads definitely need to be replaced immediately before playing. Don't even consider using them. They're horrible. Evans ec2's are perfect. Use a remo coated emperor head for the snare and an aquarian superkick for the bass drum. very punchy. Listen to a thursday album and your snare sounds just like tucker Rule's. I can't wait to use these drums in the studio. If they sound awesome live, it'll be even better in the studio. Give them a name. They are awesomely awesome drums!

 
5.0

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By AnwoDrummer

from Nashua, NH

Snare is nice and punchy, toms are crisp and sing beautifully. My only complaint is that the 20" bass drum doesnt pack enough low end punch, even with a Evans EMAD. It's in the name, This kit HELPS (you yourself need to creat it) build the pocket.

 
5.0

Ddrum Maple Pocket Set

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I just bought this set a few weeks ago, and i couldn't be more pleased with it. I totally concur with the previous reviews in that new heads are pretty neccessary, but i would buy new heads for any new kit anyway. Either way the drums sound great, the snare has a really sweet crack if you tune it correctly. All in all everything that has been written is 100% true. Buy this set immediately. Sounds great recorded.

 
5.0

great set

By josue mejia

from chandler arizona

I have been playing for about 5 years now and this set is amazing. The base is a cannon, the cymbals are OK - they're not the best but there decent. I would recommend this set to anybody from beginner to experienced. The hardware is durable so you can beat it all day for the beginners.

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