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Crush Drums & Percussion Chameleon Birch 4-Piece Shell Pack w/ 22" Bass Drum & Free 10" Tom

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This versatile set has shells sized to cover any application and proprietary color-changeable lugs that allow you to customize your kit without havin...Click To Read More About This Product

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The time-tested and proven sound of birch and Crush Drums' forward thinking design.

This versatile set has shells sized to cover any application and proprietary color-changeable lugs that allow you to customize your kit without having to remove the lugs. The integrated suspension mounting system ensures full, resonant tone. 22" x 20" kick, 12" x 8" tom, 16" x 15" floor tom, and 14" x 6" snare. Cymbals and hardware sold separately

  • 22" x 20" kick12" x 8" tom16" x 15" floor tom14" x 6" snareCymbals and hardware sold separately

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Crush Drums & PercussionChameleon Birch 4-Piece Shell Pack w/ 22" Bass Drum & Free 10" Tom

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Crush Birch Kit Is very impressive

By Harry Finkel

from LA

Comments about Crush Drums & Percussion Chameleon Birch 4-Piece Shell Pack w/ 22" Bass Drum & Free 10" Tom:

Overall, I'm definately impressed and I wouldn't be ashamed to play this kit in any venue. Absolutely love the snare. I didn't get it here but I have a 6 piece kit in black with 8-10-12-16 and a 22x20 kick w/ 13x7 snare. Intially I was a little dissappointed because the kick was the first thing I played. Once I spent a little time tuning it, I realized it's actually really good and practical. The edges are not super sharp and it looks like a 6:4 ratio which means the head makes a lot of contact with the shell... that means that you're going to get a shorter sustain and less boom. I prefer more body because I play more Bonham style kick patterns... I also do latin and world stuff so for me, I wanted a little more body. I realize now though that this kit is really aimed at a progressive/rock/metal sound. Thats why the kick is made to be more articulate and that's really a good thing for that music. If you're playing anything from Tool to Police to Slipknot to eve Muse, you're not going to use a boomy kick for recording or live... Then I tried the snare and I'm literally blown away by it. I have some expensive snare and the included with this kit is the most useable snare I have...for everything. It has a powerful rimshot thats awesome for high power rock type stuff but it's totally sensitive and woody and can do literally any genre... very impressed. The toms- same as the kick... great tone and articulation for the type of stuff I mentioned. They're prob a little more versatile than the kick but then again, I switched out the heads on the toms but not the bass drum... Im sure it has alot more variety with a different head. The stock heads on the kit are just ok.
The fact that you can change the color of the lugs pretty cheaply and easily is very cool. It's a good looking kit with the money spent in all the right places. The most important part: the edges are consistent and smooth and have a particular sound... they're not trying to be a jack of all trades. Sometimes the middle is boring so it's better for a kit to strive to sound a certain way instead of no certain way.
All the hardware and the shells are good quality especially considering the price. They kept everything streamlined and super simple so I dont see this kit having obvious quality issues in the future.
Compared to the rest of what's out there, I'd say it's a good value. I don't think it's a steal or anything... there are other options that would be just as good based on what you're looking for.

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Killer look and build quality.

By Sean, engineer

from Philadelphia, PA

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  • Great Sound
  • Responsive
  • Snare is wonderful


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      Comments about Crush Drums & Percussion Chameleon Birch 4-Piece Shell Pack w/ 22" Bass Drum & Free 10" Tom:

      I bought this kit from a friend. I am a live sound engineer and recording engineer more than a drummer myself. I have put this kit up for funk, rock and RnB and fusion drummers. It is not suited to jazz particularly except for the snare which is superb.

      Things I love:
      -The snare sounds great. I have it tuned medium-high and it has a sweet, pleasing decay without any gels or anything. Great attack character that is not too bright.
      -the look, which is brilliant and gets LOADS of positive attention from drummers and audience
      -The toms and their mounting system are smartly designed and have very nice overtones and strong fundamentals

      The kick I do like. As the other reviewer said it does seem to be tuned toward heavier sounds- really meaning it is fast, and has deep lows and less low mids and mids. I haven't messed with it much yet- I expect there are more sounds to be discovered. I plan to put on a thicker batter head because I like how they sound usually. The reso head is fine, looks sharp and the hole is well cut. Without anything inside or on it, tuned low, I don't think it needs anything to alter it. Good sound out of the box, I guess you could say. Despite the immediate impression as a more rockin kick, this really served well for RnB and jazz-fusion.

      The heads that come stock are (I believe) rebranded remo coated ambassadors which is what i'd put on anyway, so that is cool with me.

      The hardware (kick legs, floor tom legs, tom mounts etc) feel solid.

      -None for this pricepoint really. If it cost twice as much I would still be satisfied. More than that, I'd probably be looking at DW/Sonor/high end Yamaha to fill rider requirements or something so it's pretty moot

      Crush, if you're reading this nice work fellas.

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