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Pearl Masters Premium MMP fusion 22
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Drum Set from Pearl belonging to the Masters Custom series.

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  • Pearl Masters Premium MMP fusion 22Published on 09/28/08 at 10:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this drumkit in September 2007 to Baguetterie in Paris for € 3500 with the following configuration:
    Drums 10 "12" 14 "22" Remo Ambassador original skin typing and resonance.
    I added a snare Pearl Sensitone Cuivrée and Avedis Zildjian cymbal kit, as well as accessories Pearl to take it all.
    Pearl bass drum pedal base. Fasteners toms on cymbal stands, because I play right-handed configuration uncrossed, so my ride is to the left of Charlet.

    MMP-type drums are made of 4 ply and 4 ply reinforcements. See the website of Pearl for details.

    The sound of drums is simply stunning. The serious of the bass drum 22 "x18" are impressive. Even the floor tom 14 "bass has very......
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    I bought this drumkit in September 2007 to Baguetterie in Paris for € 3500 with the following configuration:
    Drums 10 "12" 14 "22" Remo Ambassador original skin typing and resonance.
    I added a snare Pearl Sensitone Cuivrée and Avedis Zildjian cymbal kit, as well as accessories Pearl to take it all.
    Pearl bass drum pedal base. Fasteners toms on cymbal stands, because I play right-handed configuration uncrossed, so my ride is to the left of Charlet.

    MMP-type drums are made of 4 ply and 4 ply reinforcements. See the website of Pearl for details.

    The sound of drums is simply stunning. The serious of the bass drum 22 "x18" are impressive. Even the floor tom 14 "bass has very impressive. The sound is very accurate. I have not been able to catch more than two studio microphones at the moment but I expect something big when I ' Will the microphones and the interface enough. These drums have a long resonance. Think somewhat stifle skins for records.

    Toms are not drilled. The fastening system allows for non-drilled drums and it's great. I do have pierced the skin before the big studio for a configuration (using the circle provided with skin bass drum Pearl of origin).

    You can listen to recordings made ​​with this drumkit HERE ( http://cybertibob.free.fr/cheezentibs/Demos/Cheeze%20n%20Tibs%20-%20Placemoche.mp3 ) dynamic microphones with two basic (SM57/58) and some treatments, and LA ( http://cybertibob.free.fr/tib/20071204-batterie.mp3 ) with 1 or 2 SM57 microphones in an atmosphere and multiband compression poorly resolved for once, I confess : o) I will publish an extract from the topic when I correct microphones to capture the beast!

    What I like least is the attachment system toms that the seller offered me. The drums were already very expensive, so I went molo. A good rack will be welcome if I have to run with the drumkit.

    The quality is there. But the price too. € 2000 for 4 barrels, it's expensive, but it's professional equipment that I intend to keep two decades and used for recording studios.

    I bought this drumkit to master my tracks production studio of the instrument to the final draft. I really know what a gem I have here when I recorded a song with a kit and good studio microphone preamps. Soon.
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    Pearl Masters Premium MMP fusion 22Published on 10/19/10 at 19:00
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    After two years of use, one word comes to mind: Enoooorme
    The projection is very important to sustain + + + (may be because of the maple and the quality of the finish?)
    Config 12 13 16 allows for better aim not to miss cases of sextuplets in fts madman :-)
    Two small BMOL: the regular loosening of the fasteners on the bolts striking cot drummer, but I think this verifies is put before each session ... And the emergence of "bites" on the oxidation tiny circles Awards (microdroplets not wiped sweat?) After two years of almost daily use.
    Otherwise, just happiness, the instrument is truly versatile, whatever your style, and the sounds of fts are always clear and well defined regardless of......
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    After two years of use, one word comes to mind: Enoooorme
    The projection is very important to sustain + + + (may be because of the maple and the quality of the finish?)
    Config 12 13 16 allows for better aim not to miss cases of sextuplets in fts madman :-)
    Two small BMOL: the regular loosening of the fasteners on the bolts striking cot drummer, but I think this verifies is put before each session ... And the emergence of "bites" on the oxidation tiny circles Awards (microdroplets not wiped sweat?) After two years of almost daily use.
    Otherwise, just happiness, the instrument is truly versatile, whatever your style, and the sounds of fts are always clear and well defined regardless of the intensity of the strikes.
    Can I avoid the simple harmonic folds because moults ds scattered all over the place.
    Skins with oil or double folds the periphery (I do not remember the names) the control of sound is much better.
    Here, everything is said, I do not speak of my set of cymbals, because it is out of order, and of course this depends primarily on what you want to play, and your purse.
    About DC: Ludwig LM400 joins a beautifully and very balance all fts (found secondhand 300 euros)
    (That said, one wonders with what kit this wonder will not go ... yeah, maybe those with missing projection given the sound it develops, or if you want a really dry sound ...)
    conclusion: if you have the budget and would like to devote a high quality instrument you will not.
    To discover the dronejuice myspace.





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