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First kit I every bought - made in China. The general construction is a little cheapish looking and performing, I.E., stands are then, the screws threads stripped way to easily. The hat chronically loosend up requiring constant tightening. Didn't know any better until I go a Yamaha recently - much more sturdy construction. The Westbury sound wasn't bad really, so if you can get it for the beginner at a good price, then okay.V 1 Comment
Rolling is a one of the greatest
Great for beginners and sound really good. I don't know why they are down here at 73.
Great for start up,
Pearls were bad and groove percussion helped a lot
Had this kit for many years, its perfect for begginers, back up drum kit for practices and its pretty durable drums
Served as my beginning set. Great for beginners.
Great sounding and looking drums. Allegra has no tonal match, period. The problem they face is market penetration.
Ask around music row in Nashville. Top players know about Allegra. Gadd has Allegra snare drums even though he is loyal to Yamaha -- another great brand.
I have an electronic ashton and it is good besides the stair and the ride and crash cymbals
It is really cheap and sounds good
My brothers friend owns, one sounds great
Custom-made kits by a true perfectionist. Sonically outstanding with beautiful finishes. Most musical drums I've played in my 40+ years.
This are the good looking and perfectly match to your band and it comes with a great sound to enjoy your drums
Best lug configuration ever. Offset lugs will not strain the shell. Ever!
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