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Ludwig Element Lacquer 4-Piece Emo Shell Pack
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The Ludwig Element Lacquer 4-Piece Emo Shell Pack employs 2 poplar plies at the core of its thin birch 6-ply drum shells for added bite and volume. I...Click To Read More About This Product
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A solid choice for the next level.
The Ludwig Element Lacquer 4-Piece Emo Shell Pack employs 2 poplar plies at the core of its thin birch 6-ply drum shells for added bite and volume. Its Vibra-Band suspension mounts, Classic Keystone lugs, and fade lacquer finish are only the beginning, and combine to make the Ludwig Element Lacquer Series your choice for the next step in your drumming career. Cymbals and hardware sold separately.
The Ludwig Emo drum configuration includes a 22" x 20" bass drum, 12" x 8" rack tom, 16" x 13" floor tom, and a 14" x 6-1/2" snare drum.
- 6-ply shells (4 outer birch / 2 inner poplar)
- Vibra-Band suspension mounts
- Classic Keystone lugs
- Fade lacquer finish
- 22" x 20" bass drum
- 12" x 8" rack tom
- 16" x 13" floor tom
- 14" x 6-1/2" snare drum
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Comments about Ludwig Element Lacquer 4-Piece Emo Shell Pack:
Awesome intermediate level rock drumset! i own one myself! i've got in the red finish (red reverse fade i believe it's called), and it looks gorgeous.
The shellsizes really stand out: the floortom for example is very shallow (13" deep) , making it very nice and punchy, the bassdrum is SUPER deep (22" deep), very nice and loud. it is a bit boomy though but you can easilly fix this with muffling it or putting a head on it with muffling (remo powerstroke, evand emas, aquarian superkick).
it does not come with hardware, you gotta choose that yourself.
it is a set made for heavier playing (as the name "emo" implies). i dont think it will be good for jazz drummers, but if you're a rock drummer i recommend it.
it might be recommendable for a rock drummer to expand it with another rack tom, since rock drumfills require multiple toms most of the time. i expanded it with another 10x8" racktom and a 14x14" floortom that i bought at the musicstore where i got it.
four piece drumset, with a 12x8" tom, 16x13" floortom, 14x6.5" snare and 20x22" bassdrum, no hardware.
the shells are made out of birch and poplar.