Looking to buy a set

MasterShake89

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Ludwig accent custom. if you can spring the extra 150 it'll be deffintelly worth it. IMO i havent seen a kit for the same price that really touches it. Ludwig's stock heads are crap and need a replacing, but most drum companies that slap their own heads on their kits for sale usually are the same way. I own this kit (even got it from the same place) and have been rockin it for over 4 years. definitely a good choice imo. plus u get ludwig quality and the ludwig name.
http://www.interstatemusic.com/webapp/w ... langId=-1#
 

michiganice91

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MasterShake89":3j4tqehb said:
Ludwig accent custom. if you can spring the extra 150 it'll be deffintelly worth it. IMO i havent seen a kit for the same price that really touches it. Ludwig's stock heads are crap and need a replacing, but most drum companies that slap their own heads on their kits for sale usually are the same way. I own this kit (even got it from the same place) and have been rockin it for over 4 years. definitely a good choice imo. plus u get ludwig quality and the ludwig name.
http://www.interstatemusic.com/webapp/w ... langId=-1#
agreed!
 

drumdug

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Solix":qftv5bck said:
galgano16":qftv5bck said:
mapex pro m , or u could go cheaper with slingerland d custom
Call me dumb, but I thought Slingerland went out of business long ago......
Gibson owns them now.

For around $500 you could get a Mapex VX kit. Even though it's considered 'Beginner' it sounds great. A friend of mine records their stuff with my old VX kit. www.myspace.com/afterthedownfall.
 
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