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DW Collectors Maple Drum Kit in Natural To Rootbeer Burst Exotic

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DW Collectors Maple Drum Kit in Natural To Rootbeer Burst Exotic

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12" x 9"
16" x 14"
22" x 18"

Includes floor tom legs.

Please note, this is a shell pack only. Tom arms, stands & cymbals are not included. Any additional items can be arranged by contacting the store. 


This pre-owned DW Collectors Maple drum kit in the stunning Natural To Rootbeer Burst Exotic Lacquer is overall in excellent condition with virtually no marks on the shells at all, very well looked after. This kit is fitted with the factory DW heads, which have been barely used and are in great condition. 

Our flagship line of Custom Drums is offered in North American Hard Rock Maple, Select Heartwood Birch. Collector’s Series® is the original American Made custom drum set. Choose from a myriad of state-of-the art California Custom Shop shell configurations and a seemingly endless array of high-end finishes and drum hardware colour options to create your very own dream set-up. 

The most popular wood for drum making, maple is a hardwood that produces maximum resonance, projection and attack. Combined with reinforcement hoops, it can produce a more focused sound and is well suited for live and studio applications.

This shell pack also features DW's patented STM (suspension tom mount) system, which allows drums to vibrate independently, allowing maximum resonance while securely holding the drum in place. Because there are no washers or grommets inhibiting the lug rod receiver, choking is reduced and tuning is as easy as ever.

To give drummers even more control over their sound, DW created its patented True-Pitch rod system. The rods feature 5mm threads rather than the 12/24 that's standard on most other drums. To compare, there is 1 thread every 0.8mm on True-Pitch rods (about 20% more threads), versus 1 thread every 1.05mm on most other drums. The result is a more exacting tuning process.