Top Ten Best Drum BrandsPearlSabian13
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Here's my list of best sounding and I'm talking about only their top of the line kits
1) Ayotte custom (Ray era)
2) Sonor designers or SQ2
3) DW collector series tied with Yamaha recording customs from 1980s
(I have owned all of these kits at one time and a few others, just my opinion, and I realize there are many nice kits out there that I have not played on yet)
The studio maple is the best sounding kit for the money and the hardware allows me to set up as never before with ultimate comfort and playability. the sliding double tom mount allows you to get your toms in a position so perfect that all my other 3 kits are hardly played anymore. so for quality, sound, ease of set up, and playability... NOTHING beats these drums, not even my SONOR, LUDWIG OR MAPEX KITS!
Why on Earth are they 48. my ddrum sounds a crap of a lot better than my dwV 2 Comments
Great drums. Dknow6 on youtube uses them. THey have a great, beefy sound when paired with Evans. Great drums, but not the best, my favorite is pearl.
The most amazing looking and sounding stave snares in the world
Lovely sound... VOTE! Search to prove
Best price for vintage drums that sound as good or better than its contemporaries
What is Brady doing at 55? I guess this is just a popularity contest not a quality contest... Brady drums are the bomb. Made in Western Australia from real trees!
The Brady Jarrah kits are killer
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