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Sonor Ascent Jazz Set

Drum Set from Sonor belonging to the Ascent series.

The new Sonor Ascent Series marks the revival of the Beech Shell construction that has been a historical trademark of Sonor.


The Ascent Series is described as a symbiosis between the Sonor Select Forceand S Classix Series of drum sets. A feature taken from Sonor's line SQ2 is the black chrome hardware.

 

Features

  • 9 layers for Tom Toms, Floor Toms and Snare Drums = 8.75 mm
  • 7 layers for Bass Drums = 6.35 mm
  • 45° bearing edge
  • Tension lugs with TuneSafe
  • TAR (Total Acoustic Resonance) Tom Mount system
  • Chrome plated Snare Strainer and Snare Butt
  • 9 Wood Veneer, Sparkle and Solid Fade and Burst Finishes
  • Black Chrome Shell Hardware with certain Finishes
  • Equipped with REMO USA Drumheads
  • Rubber padded Bass Drum claws

 

Pricing

€1999

 

Full product details are available on www.sonor.com.

  • SafeandSound 1 post
    SafeandSound
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    Posted on 04/06/2011 at 00:40:43
    Very respected drum kit manufacturer, like the look of those.


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