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[Musikmesse] Pearl Limited VBA Artisan Models

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Pearl is introducing two new Limited Edition VBA drumset exclusively for Europe.

 

Each VBA drumset is equipped with a special designed Artisan II finish by Pearl. The set comes with a 22x18 undrilled Bassdrum, 10x7" and 12x7" Toms, 14x12" and 16x14" Floor toms and a matching Birchply Snare drum. All will be complemented with our 890-Series Hardware Pack.

 

Based on the new Vision-family formula, VBA drumsets feature Birch Ply shells, a striking new Badge design, and rock solid drum hardware.

 

The two new finishes are: #478 Snow Flava with curved stripes in a colour combination with white, yellow and silver, equipped with chrome drum hardware and a white Bass drum head; and #479 Racing Stripes inspired by Muscle Car Striping, finished off in black and white, specially equipped with Black drum hardware and featuring a white Bass drum head.

 

The Racing Stripe kit will only be available in the UK and Scandinavia.

 

For more, visit Pearl.

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