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Sound Percussion Labs 4-Piece Drum Set with Hardware and Cymbal
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Includes a 20" bass, 12" and 14" toms, 13" snare, and an 18" crash/ride cymbal. Also includes the hi-hat stand, snare and cymbal stands, and a bass p...Click To Read More About This Product
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The perfect first drum set!
Includes a 20" bass, 12" and 14" toms, 13" snare, and an 18" crash/ride cymbal. Also includes the hi-hat stand, snare and cymbal stands, and a bass pedal. Black finish.
- Bass drum: 20" x 16", includes 8 lugs and claw hooks on each head, metal hoop, 2-ply clear batter head, 1-ply black front head, spurs, with tom-holder bracket
- Tom tom: 12" x 9", includes 5 lugs on each head, 2-ply clear batter head, 1-ply clear resonant head
- Floor tom: 15" x 13", includes 5 lugs on each head, 2-ply clear batter head, 1-ply clear resonant head
- Snare drum: 5" x 13", includes 6 lugs on each head, 1-ply coated batter head, 1-ply clear resonant head, snare wire, throw off, and butt plate
- 6-ply cross-laminated 7.5mm mahogany shells with a 45-degree bearing edge
Get your drumming career off to a sound start with the Sound Percussion 4-Piece drum set!
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I got them a little over a year ago for my birthday. Once you've tuned all the heads, they sound great, but the hi hat stand wasn't too great, nor was the hi hat itself, and the stock cym sucked. So definitely get new hardware and cymbals, otherwise its good.
Very good beginner drum set. The heads will deffinitly need to be replaced (if you play hard). The price is good, and decent quality for the money.
We have had this kit for about 4 years. It's a real light kit, hardware etc, but a decent 1st kit. I like the tom and bass shells. Eventually you will need to buy a new snare, heads,hardware, kick pedal, high hat stand, good cymbols and stands, etc. Our kit has seen a bunch of shows belive it or not. If you hit real hard, you will need to open the drums after evey show and tighten lugs etc. as everything vibrates apart. I also really like the Yamaha Ryden for an entry level kit that's fairly cheep and sounds good, and in retrospect, would rather pay the extra 200 for that kit (you will eventually spend the 200 on heads and a kick pedal/high hat stand anyway).
I got this drumset for x-mas.overall i have no problems.I didn't use those sorry cymbals.I just got my own instead.And now i have added on to this set.It's great!
The cymbals are garbage, but the heads are pretty decent for stock. This is actually a good deal for the price, and a better idea than those crappy junior sets. I have a customs amd evans on this set, it sounds pretty great.