CB MX Series Reviews
All in all; if this set was lost/stolen, I'd totally buy a drum set from this company again! GREAT value for the price. Even though I paid nothing for them, I see these drums as a steal of a deal. I also think these drums are stage-worthy. Well, I'd use them on a stage any day. [read more on Audiofanzine]AnonRhythmz rated this unit on 2009-12-22.
If you are looking for a kit to play out with, keep looking. Buy a tama swingstar or pearl forum. Those kits are in the same price range, plus you get better hardware. I play a tama rockstar custom in fusion sizes and it does not even compare to them, even though they aren't all that great. [read more on Audiofanzine]J.Razor rated this unit on 2004-09-13.
THE SHELLS ARE EXCELLANT FOR BEGGINER OR EVEN ADVANCED PLAYERS I THINK. WILL NEED BETTER HEADS OF COURSE.CHEAP TO REPLACE IN MY BOOK. THIS SET ALLOWS YOU TO UPGRADE THE ACCESSORIES AND HAVE AGREAT SET WAY CHEAPER THAN A BSIC SET OF ENTRY LEVEL OTHER BRANDS. THIS IS THE BEST SET ANYONE COULD START WITH OR EVEN USE FOR YEARS. I PLAN TO KEEP THES A... [read more on Audiofanzine]KIRK LACHARITE rated this unit on 2004-08-20.
This drumkit is great value for money, and, with a bit of tuning and some new heads, can obtain a sound up there with the more expesive kits. The MX series kit is the next step up from the SP series, and features smaller toms (10, 12, 14), an 8-lug snare, and heavier duty hardware (such as cymbals stands, hi-hat stands, bass pedal and snare stan... [read more on Audiofanzine]Elliot Sneddon rated this unit on 2004-06-07.
the mx series snare is a really good snare. its loud, and capable of having different tones and pitches. [read more on Audiofanzine]butthole rated this unit on 2004-01-07.
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