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Gretsch Catalina Club 18''
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Drum Set from Gretsch belonging to the Catalina series.

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  • great

    Gretsch Catalina Club 18''Published on 12/13/12 at 22:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you been using?
    Since 2007

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    great sound, easy to adjust, the hardware begins to show signs of weakness, but she at least 150 dates with me, so normal ...

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    value for money very good, I would do this choice without hésiter.cette a config that can do almost everything, from rock to soul through well on the jazz!
  • TB

    Gretsch Catalina Club 18''Published on 12/10/12 at 13:19
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    ben say that this is THE ultimate drumkit jazzmen.
    mostly on one more of their vintage etc ...
    easy to carry, cheap, very good quality, the DC just a little but enough in many cases.
    it's best to take a more catlina VERY good ride and hi-hat and the set is operating at 95%
    In any case, it is my opinion, and I'm not drummer ...
    certainly
  • Terrible

    Gretsch Catalina Club 18''Published on 04/26/12 at 07:24
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    bah for the price, I see no better, I played jazz of electro, metal even! (Trigge at the gc)
    polivalent great, everybody thinks it's because high-end sounds terrible tuned correctly, the hardware of the floor tom legs are twice as tight or it not yours! but other than that on offer for the price.
    an evans emad 1 gc, g1 and sandblasted on the skins for jazz and g2 cc sanded and transparent for Tom to play bold.
    the white pearl is super nice in the retro side
    quite sure what.
  • Gretsch Catalina Club 18''Published on 01/02/06 at 10:04
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    Superb drumkit for lovers of his Gretsch. Version 18 "less restrictive than the 16": it is not just that jazz, and can all agree that the musician, working alone or in group play.

    Report quality / price excellent: a drumkit a reasonable price for a perfect finish (wood strapping on the bass drum, vintage color, Systm suspension prcis trs).

    It lacks a good set of cymbals to form a more than good equipment!
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