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This unique, expressive drum is compact and versatile.
The Club Jordan Cocktail Drum's main 15" x 24" birch and Philippine mahogany shell combines both bass and snare drums so you can play standing up. An accessory arm accommodates hi-hat, cymbal, cowbell and/or woodblock. With or without the optional snare and tom, it's an extremely compact drum kit that can be played in a limited amount of space.
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I never expected such a small set up to sound so HUGE! This little kit is dynamite, after hooking up my double-bass pedal(which is slightly jerry-rigged, but it works) I found it could do everything I needed. Fantastic kit.
A quality cocktail drum. Good finish, nice features. I noticed it was easy to tune and get both sounds bass and snare to be clean, bracket holds pedal very stable as well. I have three problems with it though. First, it is very expensive for being just a cocktail drum, the price drove me away. You can get one just as good for a lot less. Next, the heads can be hard to find, unless you go to a drumshop (15" heads). Lastly, there is only one cymbal holder. I would have at least two, maybe three. All in all, the drum does sound great, but you will pay for it.
While I'm not particularly a Yamaha drum fan, this thing kicks! I picked one up on a whim a few years ago and absolutely love it! NICE quality drum, beautiful inside and out. It wasn't long before I added the optional 8" snare and 10" tom. My complaints:1) I have the silver sparkle model. The wrap, while nice, is already fading - and it does NOT see sunlight.2) The YESS mounts on the snare and tom stink.3) The chrome plating on the legs is already worn off where the pedal clamps on.(while I'm making a point of these things, they are not major at all)4) Yamaha stuff is too pricey, regardless.My praises:1) I love Yamaha beavertail lugs... sleek and functional.2) The inverted pedal that comes with is QUITE nice. Not complicated, but smooth, fast and comfortable.3) This thing really makes a big noise!