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NAMM 2016: Mapex Unveil Storm Series Kits
The SONIClear™ bearing edge increases the contact between the drumhead and shell and allows the head to sit flat on the edge, this produces a stronger and more centered pitch, making these drums remarkably easy to tune.
There are two kit configurations available: the 20" Fast Fusion kit and 22" Rock Fusion kit. Both kits are available in 4 finishes: Camphor Wood Grain with chrome hardware, Ebony Blue Grain with chrome hardware, Iron Grey with black plate hardware and Deep Black with black plate hardware.
Mapex Storm Series 2016 Kits:
- 22'' Rock Fusion Drum Kit w/ Hardware, Ebony Blue Grain
By Liz Cage
Posted on 22 Jan 2016 16:30 to category : Instruments News
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