Digital Technology attained sound reproduction never before possible for drummers looking for natural sounds from their drums.
This demand was met by having thinner shells with reinforcement rings for a full bodied natural sound ideal for recording.
For the first time the player had the freedom to choose him or her ‘s type of wood or blend of Maple Birch or African Mahogany the depth and thickness of the shells, hardware or colour to create a one of a kind to the player’s requirements.
Dozens of prototypes were made and tested using “ blindfold “ listening tests, then finally they were recorded live and praised for the high standard of balanced sound achieved .
A drum set is like no other instrument where each drum was an instrument with its own unique sound with its own thickness, wood blend and bearing edge and that was only the beginning .
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