Century Standard 22"
Century Standard 22"

Standard 22", Drum Set from Century.

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Bizoo 10/11/2005

Century Standard 22" : Bizoo's user review


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- How long have you use it?
I use it for 3 years and 1 / 2

- What is so special that you like most and least?
I like the price that is not too bad the wallet and the fact I hate to see it fall into ruin. The problem with the drumkit (in addition to its sound) is its fragility. As a As we progress we need to improve the sound (and change the parts that break). Although initially it snatch a beginner it quickly appears limited (and limiting to the buyer. It takes changing the cymbals which represents a minimum investment of € 300 I think (taking at Stagg, which is enough in the beginning). The stands are very fragile and do not take long (well it is not made to last forever say). The skins really resonate too much to get good sound, it will be necessary to change them. And so it has gradually extent, have to change up the snare drum and eventually want another drumkit.
-> In short it is better to buy a more solid material even if it takes a little longer.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I have not tried other batteries because I knew there really is nothing at the time, so I took what I could, trusting to the seller.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
The price and quality are the same: small. Although affordable, it is very fragile and requires a lot of changes (skin, feet and pedal home.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
No, it's sure better informed I would have waited a little longer to take the low end of another brand. For not much more we reached the little Pearl, Tama and Yamaha for example.

A good tip: the drumkit is very difficult to sell second-hand but very easy to find. It is certainly adequate if the acquirer from 0 but the limit.
It's best to find it cheaper, used to learn it, to save and when the urge arises to buy a better.