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A full, quality setup at an epic value perfect for a percussion student graduating to a drumset.
The all-new Pacific Drums Mainstage drum set is a complete and pre-configured entry level kit that includes drums, pedals, hardware, cymbals and even a throne. The drums feature hardwood construction in a durable wrapped finish. Sabian cymbals and a full middle-weight hardware pack complete the rig. Drum sizes are 8x10" & 9x12" toms, 14x16" floor tom, 18x22" bass drum and 5x14" matching snare. The hardware pack includes a cymbal boom stand, straight cymbal stand, snare stand, hi-hat stand and a drum throne. The 4-piece cymbal pack includes 13" top and bottom hi-hats, 20" ride and 16" crash. Cymbals are included with kit in the US only. Other international markets may vary.
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Comments about PDP Mainstage 5-piece Drum Set with Sabian Cymbals:
I am a percussionist but a beginning set player.
Okay, lets get the negatives out of the way:
Like any other new drum set, the stock heads are horrid. They have no flavor to them and sound like the bottom of garbage cans. If you are an experienced tuner, you can get some flavor until you save up a few buckaroos to get new heads. The snare heads have the numbers written on them because the drum set was meant for beginners. Also, I'm kind of scared of the throne hardware, I kinda feel as if the throne fall straight to the ground.
Now the positives:
You have everything here to get started. This can be turned into a good gigging trap with new heads and a basic cymbal pack. The hardware is braced well and won't bend unless you are frequently harsh to your cymbals for long periods of time.
As I said, it's a great starter kit and immediately good for practicing.
Remember this advice:
1) Get new heads
2) Get new cymbals
3) If you're into metal, get new pedals.