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Dixon pédale charleston à chaîne

Hi-Hat Stand from Dixon

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Dixon pédale charleston à chaînePublished on 02/21/07 at 12:41
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This PDAL bought the late 80 MODEL is a string and double base which I have no desire to Sparer me because I find it almost perfect: stable, the gre, sensible, enjoyable and well Designed, equipped with a tilt of quality and a trim rglage srieux ... Some default (normal, considering the price of Purchase incredible (the equivalent of 55euros)): the tubes for trs gnrent few harmonics when the game is trs heavy (not my case) and the spring tension n ' is not adjustable.
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  • Manufacturer: Dixon
  • Model: pédale charleston à chaîne
  • Category: Hi-Hat Stands
  • Added in our database on: 02/21/2007

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