- Aug 12, 2018
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The best thing you can do is buy what fulfills you. I know how it is, you like something and that's that!I've looked at those and to be honest this may sound silly, but I'm not a fan of attached toms on the bass drum. Call me crazy but I'm just not a fan. I only do one up and one down any ways so the other tom would be irrelevant to me. Just not for me I'm sure they would sound good though!
I can't buy anything that I consider ugly no matter how good it functions. So I get what you feel! And nobodies suggestions or opinions can change that. After analyzing everyone's posts including mine, I think we went off topic and I'm gonna respect what you initially asked without making any other suggestions of what "I like". It's about you and what you like so here goes: My vote for your question asking to pick which of the 3 that you like is:
I can't just pick one! I have 2 for you in this order and reason:
#1 Pork Pie (It comes with the Little squealer snare which sounds great & the kit looks like a nice, classy traditional drum kit. Reminds me of an old school kit & I've heard great things about Pork Pie)
#2 Mapex (As much as I hate the name, it looks really nice and it's the only one out of the three that is all birch and from what I've read, Mapex is making quality drums. Also, the price is great)
As for the SJC. Something about their kits just don't do it for me. I don't like how they look personally. They remind me of that style of kit that's supposed to be ultra modern which I don't like. DDrum has that same look. I used to see DDrum's in store and they looked ugly to me.
Their you have it, that's my opinion (from an all out Ludwig guy!)
Anyways, have fun picking one and let us know in the end what you buy.