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  • venomvenom

    Arbiter Group Flats LitePublished on 03/22/05 at 15:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    One of my students bought the flat c lite. after having mounted him and rgl doi ACORD I say ke is a good small drumkit (spcial certe)
    toms sounded very well, with several close to the sound of tom Rototom that has itself, the snare sound a nickel, clakan, powerful, with just k'il is fo harmonic.
    against by the bass drum sound is really not trrible, aukune power aukune depth aukune round .... m with a microphone, the prob rsolu.
    the system of acordage Unika arbiter simply gnial.
    it is a very good drumkit aprentissage, or the perfect spot to enjoy jou ds or f dfo place.
  • mupmup

    Arbiter Group Flats LitePublished on 06/15/05 at 07:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - I do not use more than two months since but I have a prs for a year.
    - Does not support many fixtures and disassembly which is a shame for a drumkit easy to transport. After six months it must caller pieces of cardboard between the clamps and fasteners tom to keep them in place
    - In the era, he had not really choice, since there is trapsdrum. Otherwise in a more conventional traveler there is the Pearl seems to me be a more viable choice.
    - Apart from the clamps and the snare drum (which can act as a second box for concerts, pte if the skin on the other) is not good quality so the report price is not terrible ( 5 / 10)
    - I do Rasht Flats over and above most of Flats lite
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    - I do not use more than two months since but I have a prs for a year.
    - Does not support many fixtures and disassembly which is a shame for a drumkit easy to transport. After six months it must caller pieces of cardboard between the clamps and fasteners tom to keep them in place
    - In the era, he had not really choice, since there is trapsdrum. Otherwise in a more conventional traveler there is the Pearl seems to me be a more viable choice.
    - Apart from the clamps and the snare drum (which can act as a second box for concerts, pte if the skin on the other) is not good quality so the report price is not terrible ( 5 / 10)
    - I do Rasht Flats over and above most of Flats lite
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