Mapex M-Series Reviews
Try either the new or older models. Both are great. Even though mine's out-dated, it's rare and it sounds killer. I never knew a company like Mapex can produce such a good product. [read more on Audiofanzine]sabianrules07 rated this unit on 2005-05-30.
These drums are possible the best drums I have ever played in my 3 years drumming, with the shells being maple on the inside and the bass wood on the out side they look great as well as sounding great. If you are looking to buy a mid range kit this is the one you should be buying!!!! [read more on Audiofanzine]Sandro del Greco rated this unit on 2001-10-18.
As a younger company among all those over-priced big boys that boast of maple this, maple that (those are the companies that make consumers pay extra so that their endorsers can have kits...) Mapex should be thankful to them; they have shown what not to do in drum manufacturing; they've had obvious flaws, thank goodness for good research, and l... [read more on Audiofanzine]Marvin R. rated this unit on 2001-09-16.
I have to admit I have had the set for less than a week, but I found it very hard to find a review on this set so I'm helping out buyers who want to know some thing about this set before purchasing it. I can tell you that it is the best in its price range and that it blows the standard Pearl Export away. The Mapex M-Series looks good, sounds goo... [read more on Audiofanzine]Mike rated this unit on 2001-07-07.
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