No one know the answer to that...the break down (..) of the wood shells thru out the various components..?On the company website , there's nothing that stands out concerning plies or wood thickness or even type of wood /in/ shells. Is that on purpose , played down or just in the fine print..somewhere I can't see.. doesn't appear "played-up" that's for sure; there's some about bearing edge..like to know overall thickness some details of the wood shell or is the company in the main a metalworks.
Wood snares are solid maple right. But what's this and (the) other components of a set (bass drum, small tom.:
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They’ve put that info out there somewhere. Ply shells are 7 ply either mahogany poplar or maple poplar. No rings. Snares come in all varieties, ply, steambent, solid hollowed-out logs.No one know the answer to that...the break down (..) of the wood shells thru out the various components..?
Eh, I think you're misleading here, a bit. The majority of the criticism isn't the price alone (all though, for some, it is), its the cost-benefit ratio. Many feel their products don't match their price points. We've seen this with a lot of hipster vintage drums (who know who you are), selling 70's Acro's for $350.00-$400.00. Yes, they certainly have the right to charge whatever they want, and we have the right to say how silly it is.Do we really need two threads bashing a company who's crime appears to be making stuff most people think is overpriced? Sure they're sky high. I don't have any. I won't buy it for that reason. You might also feel that the price tag is out of line with what is being offered. And I'd agree. But these two threads are in very bad taste - nobody is forcing anyone to buy any of their products. They'll figure it out eventually. They're not being deceptive, just pricey. Leave em alone.