Sonor force 3000

Iristone

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BTW I've had some experience with the newer 3007, and IIRC it was good! Maybe the only time I didn't want to add any muffling to a rehearsal house kit.
 

Elvis

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So your Force Customs are nice North American maple shells, but not in the same ballpark as anything made in Germany which are made by the same hands in the same machines that made every other drum in Aue including Signatures, the Jet Set which still holds the record for most expensive drum set ever made in Guiness Book, and SQ2 today.
Actually, the shells are a Maple/Mahogany composite.
However, I never said they were as good as "Made in Germany" Sonor drums. Only completing a story.
For many years (even now), I've had an ongoing love affair with the old Sonorlite series.
American Music in Seattle had a big 6 piece kit and I demo'd it. That must've been '86 or '87.
Man they sounded so good, I wanted to take them home right then and there.

Elvis
 
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