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Spaun's Custom Series maple kit with a flat black and stripe finish.
This 3-piece kit is part of Spaun's Custom Series! It is less than 1/4" (5.5mm) thick, and has 8-ply maple shells that produce that rich, deep, resonant tone maple is known for.
These drums have a sophisticated look as well as sound. The beautiful satin finish in flat black with the shining stripe and matching lugs makes this kit flashy, but yet classy.
This drum kit is among the industry standards for professional level drummers. It has a full-bodied response, which is accompanied by lasting sustain. In addition, the 100% Maple shells provide a great blend of attack and low end, which is favored by many of today's top drummers.
Cymbals and hardware sold separately.
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Comments about Spaun 3-Piece Maple Shell Pack:
Let me list some things I like about this drum kit: 1) The shells are 8-ply maple. It's near impossible to find that sort of quality in drums at this price. 2) The drums have a unique look. The satin black is very nice and the gold stripes don't look tacky or cheap like I was afraid they might. The front head I received was black instead of the white that is pictured, but it actually looks better that way. 3) The hoops are thick and high quality. The kit also comes with a mount that wraps around 4 of the lugs on the 12" tom. You can then mount that tom with a clamp arm. Although, I prefer mounting mine with a 12" snare stand. 4) The Kick drum sounds AMAZING. It comes packaged with a 40$ clear 22" Evans EMAD head (plus, Evans heads for the toms). I prefer Remo heads, but free professional drum heads are a huge plus. The only complaint I might have would be that the black hoops are undoubtedly going to scratch over time, but it's nothing that anyone else would notice. All in all, it's a great set for the price. Everything is high quality and is definitely worthy of being called "professional".