- Nov 10, 2005
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- Asheville, NC
Hey I owned a Sakae Trilogy made in 2014.
I played them every day for about 3 years in my house and rarely took them to a gig. Mostly alone and twice a week with a band.
They looked really nice and sounded great, that's what I expected since I payed so damn much for them.
It turned out that they were poorly made and not worth the money. The bass drum spurs used the same mount that the floor tom used, so the hardware was mounted horizontally and caused the shell to warp and bend badly. This was also causing the re ring to delaminate on the bottom of the bass drum.
I purchased these in Canada and korg told me to f off.
Sold the kit and purchased a Ludwig and I am so much happier with it.
Crap. What? Where the did shell warp and bend? I've got a Trilogy kit now and hadn't heard about this problem before.