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Pearl Session Custom and Pearl Masters Series - Who has one?

Postby RogersDrummer » Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:41 pm

Who has either of these sets? How do they sound? Do you like them?

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Postby Rockaflodge » Wed Feb 07, 2007 5:50 pm

I have a Pearl master BRK kit and I love it ! My BRX kit is 6 ply 100 percent birch shell ( I like birch better than maple. It tends to have a deeper, darker tone and are naturally EQ'ed. I play Hard Rock and some Metal so I find them to be the best kit for my type of music.) Every time I play I am told I have one of the best sounding kits they have ever heard. so I hope this helps you some.
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Re: Pearl Session Custom and Pearl Masters Series - Who has

Postby Spydr2000 » Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:28 pm

RogersDrummer wrote:Who has either of these sets? How do they sound? Do you like them?

rob


I've owned both... they are awesome. The only thing I noticed between them was price. Both kits sounded incredible. One thing I liked about these kits it didn't matter what heads you put on them they always sounded good. I love pearl drums probably one of the best drum companys out there.

I got rid of my masters for a DW kit.. what a mistake...I'm still kicking myself in the ass. But hands down you can't go wrong with either kit.


the Masters kit
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the Session kit
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Postby loop » Thu Feb 08, 2007 12:59 am

I'm using Pearl MMX 14x6.5 snare. Well-crafted, easy to tune, really warm, not that expensive. The essence of a maple snare, I think.
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Postby RogersDrummer » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:18 am

Thanks for the input guys!

I was thinking of getting a session custom maple to add to the collection. they sound very nice

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Re: Pearl Session Custom and Pearl Masters Series - Who has

Postby Evral » Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:44 am

http://www.drumsmylife.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=19287

Yes sir, I do, sir! Pearl Masters Premium Maple MMP. Great drums in every way. Unforunately I have to sell them, but only because I have upgraded to a superb DW Collector's kit! :D

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Re: Pearl Session Custom and Pearl Masters Series - Who has

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