Promark's 50th Anniversary Snares

Tama, Pearl, Yamaha, Premier, Mapex etc.

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Johnny Cat
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Post Fri Nov 03, 2006 6:55 am

Anybody see these yet? I think They look absolutely beautiful, but what a price tag! I wonder how they sound.
Tama Rockstar Custom 10-Pc
Paiste and Sabian cymbals
Tama "RoadPro" Hardware
Axis "X" Longboard Pedals
Regal Tip "Jazz E" and Promark "Elvin Jones" and "747" Drumsticks
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Remo and Evans Drumheads
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Post Fri Nov 03, 2006 11:19 am

I'm sure they are awesome...but that price tag is absolutely ridiculous...almost $3000 bucks is what alot of custom drum sets sell for. My honest opinion (along with the Ocletree snares "spirit of 2002 snares) definatley not worth the money. I'd honestly say there is no drum made over $700 that's really worth it. I've played the Zildjian/Noble & Cooley snare in the past & it also did not warrant the price tag.

However, I do have to say it's a beautiful drum....and a piece of history some day.
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Post Mon Sep 10, 2007 6:01 am

they where giving one of those away for free in " Rhythm " magazine, i didnt win one, but i bet its sound amazing. it luks to nice to play with its case n all tho.
Pearl Hardware. Zildjian Cymbals. Vic Firth 7A Sticks. Remo Pintripes/Weatherking Heads