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Drumtech DT

Drum Set from Drumtech

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MonteLeSonMonteLeSon

It's not worth it

Drumtech DTPublished on 02/02/13 at 07:06
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I had this drumkit four years, I started and I'm probably served.

This drumkit price advantage, really cheap for acoustic. However, the quality is poor. The cymbal is for me the biggest flaw, the sound is really dirty. Regarding the skin was not high quality but it is more than enough.

This is a passable drumkit for a beginner but I would do that choice. A secondhand DTXplorer is much better and worked less.

Advice to beginners: Do not buy it take a electro, it makes less noise, sound and pleasant and it is not more expensive.
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MegomortMegomort

Set good for children beginners

Drumtech DTPublished on 12/18/11 at 08:25
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My son has used for more than two years is a good basis for trs its beginners.
Consider adding a Ride if ncessaire can also change the bass drum pedals and skins that sound "too bright" (Remo skins games is adapted).
APRS 2 years of practice of a boy shows his passion set limits and the child grows, it is a pass Set adults.
That said, one remake that choice without hsiter, much better than the German Junior Set (Toto) and BASIX. But as much worse than the expensive set of Yamaha Manu Katch.
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  • Manufacturer: Drumtech
  • Model: DT
  • Category: Drum Sets
  • Added in our database on: 09/08/2009

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