Some of the most recorded drums in history were made from more than one type of wood. Early American drum making saw the advent of mixing softer woods as the result of a less sophisticated manufacturing process. Today, wood species are combined to create a wider selection of sonic possibilities.
The sustain and projection of maple, married with the warmer quality of mahogany is fast becoming a favorite with studio and touring artists alike. This versatile wood combo comprised of mostly maple, with a mahogany inner and outer ply, is excellent for a wide variety of musical applications.
This Drum Set Includes:
8x12 - Mounted Tom - Timbre Note G
14x14 - Floor Tom - Timbre Note C#
14x16 - Floor Tom - Timbre Note Eb
16x22 - Bass Drum