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Some of the best-selling drums of all time, the Export Series by Pearl.
Like a legendary group or solo act whose mystique only grew during inactivity, the Export Series from Pearl is back and ready to help you take your act on the road. Unlike that aged group or musician, Pearl Export has only improved with age. Offering new hardware features, SST shell construction and suspended mounts, these Export drums are better than you remember them. The 6-ply poplar and mahogany shells churn out balanced attack and full tone, while the high-end hardware will make your trip down memory lane a pleasant one.
Pearl's updated Export Series offers a sonically advanced recipe of strategically arranged plies of premium wood to maximize frequency response of every component. As with all Pearl drums, each shell is formed from our legendary SST construction process that uses extreme heat, Precision-cut scarf joints, proprietary Acoustiglue and over 1000lb. of hydraulic pressure to create the ultimate acoustic air chamber.
Further emphasizing Pearl's "sound first" philosophy are the new lugs specifically designed for Export with sound-enhancement in mind. Designed for minimal shell interaction, they have a small footprint and low-mass for maximum resonance and sustain. Their bold look is modern but with a nod to lugs from Pearl's past.
Export rack toms are equipped with Pearl's new Opti-Loc Mounting System that features a triangular design with two tension rod attachment points and another through one of the drum's two air vents. Rubber isolators at all connection points allow the drums to vibrate freely for maximum sustain and resonance while providing absolute and wobble-free performance.
Cymbals sold separately.
Import this kit into your collection. Rediscover Pearl Export!
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Comments about Pearl Export Fusion 5-Piece Drum Set with Hardware:
Great for performances and practice or just letting loose and jamming out