Peace Marauder drum kit
11th Feb 2008 | 14:30
Laugh at low-budget blues with this set
So your wife, who insists you're going through some sort of midlife crisis (and let's face it: she's probably right), won't let you blow your kid's college fund on the new Tama Stewart Copeland signature kit. Hey, we know the feeling. But that doesn't mean you can't get a great-sounding drum set and still send your kid to school. In fact, he or she is probably going to steal this set from you anyway -- so buy two.
The new Peace Marauder drum set bridges the gap between an entry level kit relegated to the practice room and an intermediate kit that sees action beyond the woodshed -- at a price that fits within a student's or aspiring musician's budget. It is a complete five-piece rock outfit that includes double-braced stands, pedal, cymbals, throne, and sticks. The kit is offered in five wrapped finishes: ever-popular wine, red, and black; classic white; as well as striking mirror chrome and pink. With appointments more typically found on a semi-pro or intermediate kit -- shells are constructed of preferred tone wood mahogany, the snare stand is basket style, and the snare drum has eight lugs, toms are 12-lug, and the 22" x 16" bass drum has 16 lugs, etc. -- Peace sets a new standard for quality and value for the vital entry level market. U.S. list price is just $799.00.