Taye Drums RockPro RP622C Limited Edition 6-Piece Drum Set
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A complete 6-piece kit with great looks, price, and tone.
The RockPro Limited Edition Drum Set comes in a Classic 6-piece configuration consisting of a 22" x 16" bass drum, 12" x 9" and 13" x 10" rack toms, 16" x 16" floor tom, and 14" x 5-1/2" snare drum. Now, you also get a 10" x 8-1/2" rack tom with the included tom mount. The hardware package contains a bass drum pedal, a double-braced snare stand, the upgraded double-braced cymbal stand with a hideaway boom, a double-braced hi-hat stand, and a double-braced straight cymbal stand.
The Taye RockPro has 9-ply, 7mm cross-laminated birch/basswood drum shells for a focused attack that produces round, complex overtones and a wide tuning and dynamic range. Durable laminate wrap finishes are designed to keep your drums looking great year after year. Hardware features include many features that are in their upper lines like suspended tom mounts, articulated bass drum claw hooks, snare stand with ball tilter and an integrated cymbal boom receptacle in the tom mount that enables you to efficiently add a cymbal boom arm over your toms. (Cymbals sold separately.)
The Taye (pronounced "tie") Drum Company thoughtfully specifies and builds quality drum sets that are unique and affordable. Taye does this by building every drum and hardware component at their modern production facility. Quality control is embedded every step of the way. Taye drum sets are created with excellent sounding drum shells and innovative hardware designs that offer tremendous value.
- 22" x 16" kick
- 10" x 8-1/2", 12" x 9" and 13" x 10" rack toms
- 16" x 16" floor tom
- 14" x 5-1/2" snare drum
- Bass drum pedal
- Snare stand with ball tilter
- Hi-hat stand
- One straight cymbal stand
- One hideaway boom cymbal stand
- Ball Joint Tom Mount