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Ludwig Drums Classic Maple
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Drum Set from Ludwig Drums belonging to the Classic Maple series.

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  • Mythical drums

    Ludwig Drums Classic MaplePublished on 03/06/21 at 09:50
    I had dreamt to play on Ludwig drums since my teenage years when I was listening to John Bonham, Ringo Starr, Clive Deamer and later listening to Jordan Rose, Questlove, etc. I first purchased a Ludwig breakbeats. And finally a Ludwig classic maple natural finish (bass drum 20"). These drums sound really good, although it took me a little while to figure out what head to use for the kick. I ended up buying an Evans Emad Heavyweight and it sounds very good. I like how the toms sing on these drums.
  • Ludwig Drums Classic MaplePublished on 02/16/06 at 06:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I got my LC-403 in 2001 (14 "x6.5").
    It's a wonderful ability to snare sounds very broad.
    Bold or snapping sound is always clean and warm.
    For me it is set to play rock, pop-rock that it is perfectly at ease.
    The only downside of this fund is in my opinion there is no mute inside.
    Without some mitigating its harmonics can be sometimes too present.
    I regret that Ludwig does goes up because by causing more consistently touch the skin softly as the sound is perfect.
    In my opinion the ring is to forget because it is too radical for a snare drum as subtle.
    As for the price ... this instrument as it is very acrobatic and that's a shame! ...
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    I got my LC-403 in 2001 (14 "x6.5").
    It's a wonderful ability to snare sounds very broad.
    Bold or snapping sound is always clean and warm.
    For me it is set to play rock, pop-rock that it is perfectly at ease.
    The only downside of this fund is in my opinion there is no mute inside.
    Without some mitigating its harmonics can be sometimes too present.
    I regret that Ludwig does goes up because by causing more consistently touch the skin softly as the sound is perfect.
    In my opinion the ring is to forget because it is too radical for a snare drum as subtle.
    As for the price ... this instrument as it is very acrobatic and that's a shame!
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  • Ludwig Drums Classic MaplePublished on 11/16/06 at 00:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Ludwig, we sr of being in the instrument of exception.
    This snare is amazing, period.
    When I acquired, I knew it would be a good instrument trs, but I t surprised by the dynamic range of the fund.
    End play, is a problem, muscles not play more, see her wanting more.
    For the price, you can not esprer better, it is perfect in many conditions, because all rglages are possible. Tense, it sounds while keeping the bottom (of depth) but also dlivrant mdiums of acute and profusion. It would be a shame to put a matsound above. Rglages for rock and pop, it's not that difficult, it raises the skin, it is the ties with your fingers and you're jou ...
    It is perfect ... ...
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    Ludwig, we sr of being in the instrument of exception.
    This snare is amazing, period.
    When I acquired, I knew it would be a good instrument trs, but I t surprised by the dynamic range of the fund.
    End play, is a problem, muscles not play more, see her wanting more.
    For the price, you can not esprer better, it is perfect in many conditions, because all rglages are possible. Tense, it sounds while keeping the bottom (of depth) but also dlivrant mdiums of acute and profusion. It would be a shame to put a matsound above. Rglages for rock and pop, it's not that difficult, it raises the skin, it is the ties with your fingers and you're jou ...
    It is perfect ...
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  • Ludwig Drums Classic MaplePublished on 02/20/06 at 04:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use my ludwig (classic maple) since 1997 and is the top.
    My Diameter is 12 ", 13", 14 ", 16", 18 "and 24" for the bass drum.
    The toms and bass drum is 6 plies of composs Rabl.

    APRS jou have several years of birch (recording custom) the Saddle, is much richer in harmonics.
    This drumkit allowed me to find warm and alive than I wanted.
    The typical sound type deep purple, queen ...

    The tom is the modular home, in other words it's heavy!
    This is a really stable notched crown because even a 14-tom "is not moving.

    The price can cool potential buyers but the quality is l!

    I personally prfre up in white skin ... but coated rings.

    The purchase of such an instrument is a......
    Read more
    I use my ludwig (classic maple) since 1997 and is the top.
    My Diameter is 12 ", 13", 14 ", 16", 18 "and 24" for the bass drum.
    The toms and bass drum is 6 plies of composs Rabl.

    APRS jou have several years of birch (recording custom) the Saddle, is much richer in harmonics.
    This drumkit allowed me to find warm and alive than I wanted.
    The typical sound type deep purple, queen ...

    The tom is the modular home, in other words it's heavy!
    This is a really stable notched crown because even a 14-tom "is not moving.

    The price can cool potential buyers but the quality is l!

    I personally prfre up in white skin ... but coated rings.

    The purchase of such an instrument is a choice of passion rather than reason. Also well-maintained it may accompany the life of a drummer.
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  • Ludwig Drums Classic MaplePublished on 12/26/08 at 13:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have this snare for two months
    What I like most: The precision, the very high sensitivity pianissimos bearings are wonderful, very special sound, loud enough, but with the heat.
    What I like least: nothing
    I got it used so the report is exceptional of course.
    Obviously I would do this choice without a shadow of a hesitation.
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