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  • Session Studio Classic vs Wood Fiberlass kit

    I need advice here. I am torn between these two Pearl lines of drums. I am pretty sure I want a 20" bass drum, so let me know your opinions. I play quite a variety of musical styles. Mostly rock, blues , and country. I cannot find anyone in my area that have either of these kits available to play, so please help. Thanks

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    Hello???

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    • #3
      I was very impressed with Big King's wood fiberglass kit. The floor tom was noteworthy and the finish was something to behold.
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      • #4
        I had a whole big thing wrote up, and got a work call on my phone before I could send so... Can't go wrong with a Sessions kit. I have no experience with wood fiberglass. Go to the sessions section on PDF and the wood fiberglass section & read as much as you can. I'm sure both are great choices. Cheers!

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        • #5
          In terms of sonic quality, does the wood fiberglass have a fuller sound , being a kapur shell?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Daryn View Post
            In terms of sonic quality, does the wood fiberglass have a fuller sound , being a kapur shell?
            They both have Kapur in them so it's a matter of preference/size/finish options as they'll both sound great

            Sessions ... 6-ply 7.5mm Birch/Kapur Shells

            WoodFiberglass ... 7-ply 7.5mm Kapur-Blended Shells with fiberglass interior


            since you can't test out these kits where you live then I highly suggest listening to A LOT of videos on youtube with good speakers of each series and do A LOT of research from owners of each series and read their opinions

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            • #7
              Thanks for your help..

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              • #8
                I have a wood fiberglass kit however I think the sessions are a better sounding set of drums

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                • #9
                  I love my wood/fiberglass kit. Big punchy tone suitable for rock, metal pretty much anything. I haven't played the newer SSC line but they are pretty decent. Both sets have similar price points. However, if you watch your local craigs List or eBay you might find a used masters kit for a similar price.
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