Crush Drums & Percussion Acrylic Series 5-Piece Shell PackProduct #H82905 Crush Drums & Percussion H82905 DAAB Shell Packs https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A shell pack from Crush that perfects the drum trend that swept rock arenas in the 70s.
This Crush Acrylic 5-Piece Shell Pack features 100% seamless acrylic shells. These drums possess some sustain, yet maintain a quick decay. This combination produces a fat attack that you only find in seemless acrylic shells. Crush Acrylic toms come fitted with 2.3mm hoops, isolation mounts, and mounting hardware. Snare drums come with 2.3mm reverse-flange hoops as a standard feature, while bass drums have matching acrylic hoops. All drums feature brooding, exclusive black hardware for a stark contrast to the transparent setup.
The Crush Acrylic drum line is built with the highest standards and is by far the most affordable seamless acrylic drums on the market.
Cymbals and hardware sold separately.
- Seamless acrylic shells
- Suspension mount
- 2.3mm Tom hoops
- 2.3mm Reverse flange snare hoops
- Tom brackets w/mating memory locks
X-ray vision for the discerning drummer. Order today.
Acrylic Series 5-Piece Shell Pack Specifications:
- 22 x 18" kick drum
14 x 6" snare drum
10 x 7" and 12 x 8" rack toms
16 x 14" floor tom
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- Great Sound
- Huge Tone
- Attracts Dust
- Large Rooms
- Outdoor Gigs
- Outdoor Large Rooms
- Rock Country Funk
Comments about Crush Drums & Percussion Acrylic Series 5-Piece Shell Pack:
This kit sounds great. There is a lot of attack all around, and the sustain is not as short as many think, especially with the floor toms, (I have a 14" and 16") which sound absolutely HUGE! Acrylic is also not as obscenely loud as is popularly thought. The snare has a very nice crack and is pretty dry due to the die cast hoops. The stock heads on the toms are usable as resonants, and you can maybe get away with them as batters, but I would replace as soon as possible. They are not usable at all on the snare. The resonant head is WAY too thick to give any good response. Properly muffled, the stock heads on the bass drum work pretty well. One major issue is that these drums attract static and therefore a lot of dust clings to them. I have to dust them off pretty much every time they come out of the bags. Overall, the very cool look outweighs any minor issues with the drums.