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Gretsch Catalina Ash Fusion 22'"
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Drum Set from Gretsch belonging to the Catalina series

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  • Romain darbonRomain darbon

    Gretsch Catalina Ash Fusion 22'"Published on 03/21/07 at 16:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello I possde this model for less than a month in red, blue as available but no regrets because the color is much more beautiful (there are lgerement darker wood) in person than in the picture o it appears red ferrari

    what I like most is the bass drum 22x18 I quip of aquarian superkick 3 (no joke, it is import in some places) in strikes and skin Gretsch original event with a 5 '. the funniest nothing in tite not even a blanket and a good net boom and dry and Booooom that never stops amazing !!

    what I like least is the varnish, pti shock and it is the ch'ton but in this price range you can not have everything, logical and better prvoir worth a good set of skins ( I personally am remo …
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    Hello I possde this model for less than a month in red, blue as available but no regrets because the color is much more beautiful (there are lgerement darker wood) in person than in the picture o it appears red ferrari

    what I like most is the bass drum 22x18 I quip of aquarian superkick 3 (no joke, it is import in some places) in strikes and skin Gretsch original event with a 5 '. the funniest nothing in tite not even a blanket and a good net boom and dry and Booooom that never stops amazing !!

    what I like least is the varnish, pti shock and it is the ch'ton but in this price range you can not have everything, logical and better prvoir worth a good set of skins ( I personally am remo emperor sand on the toms) not test the snare of the set ..

    I played for about lontemps recording cutsom (Yamaha)
    and these last two years on DW

    I find the report qulit perfect price for those who want a cheap and versatile set, the set is very respectable hardware provided (out of Dw feet, which are the most studied in my eyes, I know what I mean !! )dropoff window

    I would do this choice without any hesitation
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  • cocowilliscocowillis

    That happiness

    Gretsch Catalina Ash Fusion 22'"Published on 08/23/14 at 00:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this drumkit for 3 years now, having had a Pearl Export earlier stages. I chose the color red wine and I look every day of my choice. Consisting of 3 barrels in 8 ", 10" and 12 "floor tom in a 14" (some dealers with the proposed floor tom 16 ") and a hyper-competitive price, this kit delivers great sound, especially the bass drum 22 ". After a good set of skins (stamp and strike) I finally sound to my liking, with a controlled resonance and especially a beautiful depth and warmth of sound. I often get compliments from my friends drummers.
    The only downside would be the snare drum with a spring adjustment mechanism rather fragile. Similarly the ball carrier toms require very delicate…
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    I use this drumkit for 3 years now, having had a Pearl Export earlier stages. I chose the color red wine and I look every day of my choice. Consisting of 3 barrels in 8 ", 10" and 12 "floor tom in a 14" (some dealers with the proposed floor tom 16 ") and a hyper-competitive price, this kit delivers great sound, especially the bass drum 22 ". After a good set of skins (stamp and strike) I finally sound to my liking, with a controlled resonance and especially a beautiful depth and warmth of sound. I often get compliments from my friends drummers.
    The only downside would be the snare drum with a spring adjustment mechanism rather fragile. Similarly the ball carrier toms require very delicate handling. That said, this drumkit does not suffer the many transportation I make him suffer regularly. Since I added a floor tom 16 "and in the end I have the kit that is best for me since I'm a drummer.
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  • irtibairtiba

    good drumkit for its bars and pubs moderate to share the bass drum

    Gretsch Catalina Ash Fusion 22'"Published on 01/10/13 at 11:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it in concert and studio bar
    I am very happy I improved by changing the original skins replaced by sandy double-fold
    the bass drum with a skin and eq3 as well as e-ring on drums and snare which gives a slightly duller by removing a lot of harmonics

    was the addition of the sixth allows me to expand my sound with a sound a little Latin

    least on this drumkit is a little light fittings (beefy arm attention) must adjust gently above the height adjustment screw barrels and not as a nag! it is a drumkit a little "feminine" to image
    attention to painting stroke especially if you often turn to put in concert covers essential
    good value: the price of mid-range priced at 700 euros …
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    I use it in concert and studio bar
    I am very happy I improved by changing the original skins replaced by sandy double-fold
    the bass drum with a skin and eq3 as well as e-ring on drums and snare which gives a slightly duller by removing a lot of harmonics

    was the addition of the sixth allows me to expand my sound with a sound a little Latin

    least on this drumkit is a little light fittings (beefy arm attention) must adjust gently above the height adjustment screw barrels and not as a nag! it is a drumkit a little "feminine" to image
    attention to painting stroke especially if you often turn to put in concert covers essential
    good value: the price of mid-range priced at 700 euros (improved)
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