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Remo LEGERO LG-1501-70
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« REMO legero is great »

Publié le 02/01/16 à 13:53
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
This drumkit fits every music style !
I've hade it since 2000 and never left it !
It's a rare model, to be found on the second-hand market now !

Very easy to transport and disassemble, never had any problem with the hardware, it's sturdy and well-finished!
Soundwise - huh, it's the sound of an open tom but it leans towards beautiful tones and it always surprises people who hear it for the first time!
The kick really kicks hard, especially if you're after big lows!

Pros: this REMO doesn't pale to low- or even mid-range kits!
Cons: its production ceased in the end of the 1990s, a pity!
Neither Pearl or other models copied on it are up to par with it, if you find one don't hesitate and get it at once! ;)
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