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Sonor Force 3003

Drum Set from Sonor belonging to the Force series

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snowdawn05snowdawn05

Correct

Sonor Force 3003Published on 07/18/12 at 09:39
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It has been almost four years that I have this drumkit.
The 3000 series were better before, apparently. I had trouble finding what the wood used (sometimes it says there are 7-ply maple, sometimes something else.)
Manufacturing side, it is not German. Here is the Chinese. But the hardware is quality (pedals, stands etc..).
Like any drumkit, the sound depends on the next (mutes, skins, settings ..) difficult to judge.
I always had problems getting a bass drum sound that suited me, but it is a 20 "and my room is small. As I have never tried in another configuration ...
The quality / price is right and honest.
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fredlegentilfredlegentil

Great sound!

Sonor Force 3003Published on 11/24/11 at 08:41
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This drumkit is trs trs and versatile bass drum 22 "sounds carrment standard!

This is not the first prize or a drumkit of quality, it really helps to make shades and have a game that is not cared for a brief collection of pots ...
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leeroyfabriceleeroyfabrice

Good & easy given his Mdium

Sonor Force 3003Published on 12/24/11 at 14:49
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Following the purchase of an electronic drum, I spare the Sonor Force 3003 for 600 euros (see announcement on the site)
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Gryzor93Gryzor93

Sonor Force 3003Published on 07/25/05 at 03:31
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I use a Sonor Force 3003 Fusion configuration (8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 22) for a little over a year now and I must say that there are many positive aspects to the drumkit beginning with the sound.

Indeed, you are playing jazz, rock, funk, etc.. ... Just find the right setting and go! I started with Remo Pinstripe on toms and bass drum on Powerstrock. The result is a warm, deep, powerful but not totally devoid of substain. On the bass drum, dull and explosive! I recently decided to mount Evans G2 Coated skins on the toms and side affects Evans Resonant Glass side resonance. And many of my friends (s), I took a slap. I can tell you that in this configuration, the drum major rivals. The sound...…
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I use a Sonor Force 3003 Fusion configuration (8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 22) for a little over a year now and I must say that there are many positive aspects to the drumkit beginning with the sound.

Indeed, you are playing jazz, rock, funk, etc.. ... Just find the right setting and go! I started with Remo Pinstripe on toms and bass drum on Powerstrock. The result is a warm, deep, powerful but not totally devoid of substain. On the bass drum, dull and explosive! I recently decided to mount Evans G2 Coated skins on the toms and side affects Evans Resonant Glass side resonance. And many of my friends (s), I took a slap. I can tell you that in this configuration, the drum major rivals. The sound is warm and round with lots of projection. The guard is useless. In short, it's killing!
Clarification, it is certain that the suspension system TAR drums (Tom Mounting System) has its share of merit in the sound quality.

Then there is the quality of design. Certainly the Force series batteries are not manufactured in Germany and so is either to big sisters (S Class, Delite, Designer). However, in terms of 3003, the quality is by appointment. Mine is Red Maple lacquer finish. Ahhh ... what beautiful veins of the maple in the varnish. The chamfers are perfect on all barrels. You it is necessary to tell you about the hardware? Well not to depart from the rule is of German design and is very solid. The mounting system is drums through nylon ball is really handy and robustness flawless. FYI, I chose a 16-inch tom suspended and it does not move.

Finally, at the time when I bought this drumkit, I had no a priori or preferably on a particular brand. I had already played on several models such as SwingStar Tama, Pearl Export, and even Remo but I can not remember the exact model. And well trying the Sonor, I fell in heart.

To answer the last question, if I have to separate myself from this drumkit in favor of another model, it is certain that it will be a Sonor.
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  • Manufacturer: Sonor
  • Model: Force 3003
  • Series: Force
  • Category: Drum Sets
  • Added in our database on: 11/28/2003

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Other names: force 3003, force3003, force 30 03, force30 03

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