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Ddrum Dominion Player 5-Piece Maple Drum Kit
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Trends come and go, but maple is still the benchmark standard for optimum performance in drum shells. It looks beautiful and resonates sound to perfe...Click To Read More About This Product
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Trends come and go, but maple is still the benchmark standard for optimum performance in drum shells. It looks beautiful and resonates sound to perfection. Ddrum's Dominion Maple drums answer the demands of the most particular players by putting the features every drummer requires right into their pocket. Every facet of the 100% maple shell, from the precision dual 45-degree bearing edges to the gloss lacquered finish, is handcrafted to exacting specifications for excellent performance. Die-cast hoops are added to the equation for volume and tuning precision, and the package is rounded out by Ddrum's tour-ready Agenda Pro 300 Series hardware. Dominion Maple drums are the key to taking the lead.
- 22" x 18" bass drum
- 10" x 8", 12" x 9", 16" x 14" toms
- 5-1/2" x 14" snare
- Agenda Pro 300 Series hardware:
- Boom cymbal stand
- Straight cymbal stand
- Snare stand
- Hi hat stand
- Bass pedal
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I actually own two of the Ddrum Dominion Maple kits, the one pictured here and the "Dorian" set up (24" kick 13"mounted, 14",16" floor toms) and I absolutely love them. Everything on the kit, from the die cast hoops to the bearing edges are quality. I would (and with mst other brands you will) have figured to pay twice what these drums sell for. One note: Ddrum heads SUCK, so if you set em up out of the box with the stock heads don't be all bummed that you made a bad choice, it really is just the heads. I put evans G2's on the top of the toms, G1's on the bottom (both clear) and WOW... these drums just sound incredible- I literally get comments on them whenever someone hears them the first time. I even use Ddrum hardware(except for the B.D. pedal, I use a trick) and it works great. All in all you won't find a better kit for the money!!! Buy a set, you'll thank me when you do!
I bought this drumset about 3 or 4 months ago, I was immediatly impressed with my finish, some deep red color. Since I bought this in a store, I didnt get any hardware, so it lowered the price greatly, and I already have great Tama and Ludwig hardware. I would suggest putting new heads on it, but other than that, a solid kit.