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Pearl Forum Drum Kit with Hardware, Cymbals, Throne, etc - $325 (Plymouth)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Pearl
model name / number: Forum
I’m selling a Pearl Forum drum kit. It is from 2008/2009. Color/finish on the shells is Smokey Chrome. Comes with bass drum with kick, two mounted toms, one floor tom, a snare (needs a new head), 14in hi hat, 18in crash/ride cymbal, all the hardware and mounts, a throne, music stand, etc.

Excellent choice for a younger or beginner drummer. Or a drummer of any skill level. Shells have amazing tone. Everything is in fantastic condition except the snare drum head and one of the Tom heads. I can also include a bell kit, and mallets, sticks etc for the right price. And I have a concert snare that is in great condition. Which again, could be added for the right offer.

The Pearl Forum Drum Kit features 6-ply poplar shells, which produce a warm and punchy sound. Poplar is known for its balanced tone and is commonly used in mid-range drum kits. The thickness of the shells also adds to the sustain and depth of the sound.

The hardware on this drum kit is sturdy and well-built, providing excellent support for the shells. The tom mounts are adjustable, allowing me to position the toms at my desired angle for optimal sound projection.

I don’t know the exact dimensions of every drum. I’m sure I can find that out in interested parties requested.




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