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Sonor Force 2000

Drum Set from Sonor belonging to the Force series.

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KamakazuuKamakazuu

Sonor Force 2000Published on 12/29/03 at 06:25
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Uses 2 years.
drumkit goes everywhere, nothing spectacular, but solid, and not fear the blows.
Trs good quality price ratio at the chance.

Exactly what is expected of a drumkit of mid-range sound and good sound
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MUSIC 24MUSIC 24

Sonor Force 2000Published on 02/27/05 at 03:18
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I use it for 5 years.
The sound is good prcis and puissant.Avec rglage the fts trs sound good in terms fusion.Ce MODEL MODEL is the practice set up and is very s well made.

What I like least! I'm still looking!.
The ratio quality price is good compared trs of upscale my taste has nothing to envy.

I tried first and pearl before, and I opt for this kit.

MODEL I stay on this merger and I do it again this choice.
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olivierforce2000olivierforce2000

Sonor Force 2000Published on 01/08/06 at 06:20
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I use the force in 2000 for 10 years, it is yellow cadillac ... the sound is round, deep, ideal for rock in the standard kit (mine)
toms are rare today the unit it is possible to use the force3005 those who register well in sonoritbr /> despite the problem of conservation (temprature, the moisture girl keeps all his arrogance !!!!!
short, I recommend this product although sr no longer produced, the more it is 100% German, it's a Mercedes with an engine using
in terms of comparison, it is now almost as hard ts products have slanted eyes! but it is not pgoratif compare products sound today, circles, mechanical etc. .. you will soon understand. if you have a force in 2000, KEEP THE......
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I use the force in 2000 for 10 years, it is yellow cadillac ... the sound is round, deep, ideal for rock in the standard kit (mine)
toms are rare today the unit it is possible to use the force3005 those who register well in sonoritbr /> despite the problem of conservation (temprature, the moisture girl keeps all his arrogance !!!!!
short, I recommend this product although sr no longer produced, the more it is 100% German, it's a Mercedes with an engine using
in terms of comparison, it is now almost as hard ts products have slanted eyes! but it is not pgoratif compare products sound today, circles, mechanical etc. .. you will soon understand. if you have a force in 2000, KEEP THE !!!!!!!!
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lord stolaslord stolas

Sonor Force 2000Published on 08/10/06 at 13:21
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- How long have you use it?

A little over a year.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

dja my config: It is "piano black" I have a gc 22 "* 18 but I do not use it .. I have two bass drums instead force in 2005 has therefore 2x22, 10", 12 " , 13 ", 16" and a CC14 "but I soon replaced by a soprano Pearl 12" x7 ".

Premire is my big drumkit, before I was playing on a deep.

Evans hydraulic team is hitting on all tom skins with original reso and genera g2 coated on the snare and Evans 300 semi opaque reso.

I've never had a chance to type on a drumkit that Gall (same temp has one I use is my short and my old I was not too deep state other batt)
The sound......
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- How long have you use it?

A little over a year.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

dja my config: It is "piano black" I have a gc 22 "* 18 but I do not use it .. I have two bass drums instead force in 2005 has therefore 2x22, 10", 12 " , 13 ", 16" and a CC14 "but I soon replaced by a soprano Pearl 12" x7 ".

Premire is my big drumkit, before I was playing on a deep.

Evans hydraulic team is hitting on all tom skins with original reso and genera g2 coated on the snare and Evans 300 semi opaque reso.

I've never had a chance to type on a drumkit that Gall (same temp has one I use is my short and my old I was not too deep state other batt)
The sound is powerful, round trs own ..!
is an exellent drumkit it provides around, repeating live (studio just be that I would one day: D) all my friends say it provides.

the only thing I blame him for that with age, (she was 15 years old factory in Germany) the setting are a little tom geule, you really get the whole tube in the tom if the does not have his moves.

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Yeah not bad but c'tait for most of the low end.

How do you report qualitprix?

I bought a price drisoir, 700euro with a dozen cymbals 5 foot ...
TRS is a good drumkit I think it is at least equivalent to the force in 3005 ... 450euro OCCAZ is really a great price for a drumkit as great quality.

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...

Yes, of course, but I think by Dlite buy a can. In any case, what's on it that I never n'achterait anything but sound, a brand of high quality and for me that has nothing to prove!
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  • Manufacturer: Sonor
  • Model: Force 2000
  • Series: Force
  • Category: Drum Sets
  • Added in our database on: 12/08/2002

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Other names: force 2000, force2000, force 20 00, force20 00

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