Question for Premier Genista users [90s era]

Fifty9Dunes

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Can't see if the badge says "Made in England" or "Genista" - if the latter, then overseas. The lugs looked almost identical.
 

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It just says "Premier Made in England" - no "genista" on the badge, so I think these are real-deal 90s genistas.
 

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That's the real thing. Is that the Music Go Round kit? If so, grab it before I do!
Haha. Indeed it is! I'm sooooooo tempted - and totally would if I thought I could sell off the three toms I wouldn't use for a decent price - but having a hard time prying the wallet open. Grab 'em, my friend.
 

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Bass drum is 18" deep, so I'm passing. But man, someone should snag this.
 

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Those are certainly 90’s, the finish is called Ochre. I’m not a fan of 18” depth kicks either, but for that price I’d play it as-is. $599 is a steal for that set up.
 

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Its tempting at that price, but I just detest 18" deep bass drums.
 
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matching 7" snare to boot! if I didn't have the turquoise kit I have now, i would buy in a minute. Gorgeous drums. Simple to tune and has a nice Birch attack.
 


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