Mirage Raven Drumkit - BlackStock code: 91725
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- Bargain entry-level kit
- 5-piece 22” rock kit
- Everything you need to play drums
- Black 6-ply shell PVC-covered drums & black rims
A full 22” rock kit the Mirage Raven Drumkit, is an excellent entry-level kit for those who want a full set at an affordable price. The drumkit stands out from other entry-level kits both because of the price and because all the 6-ply shell PVC-covered drums and rims are clad in black.
Although sharing the same name of Edgar Allan Poe’s object of distraction the Mirage Raven Drum kit doesn’t so much as rap and tap, as bang and crash with 5 drums, a cymbal and hi-hat, along with all the necessary stands, a pedal, drum throne and even a set of sticks.
Here’s what’s included with the kit:
- 22”x16” 16-lug bass drum
- 16”x16” 12-lug floor tom
- 13”x10” 10-lug tom tom
- 12”x9” 10-lug tom tom
- 14”x5.5” 12-lug snare drum
- S-2H snare stand
- C-3GS cymbal stand
- H-4L hi-hat stand
- P-6CS pedal
- T-1D throne
Posted on 14/08/2013 by chazzy p
This drum kit is a great piece of equipment for any Keith Moon or John Bonham 'wannabe's' on a budget. This is my first drum kit and I am very proud to own them. The only thing is when you hit the bass pedal the bass drum leans slightly forward, but that isn't really a problem.
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Posted on 17/12/2012 by Jack
This is a great kit, at an affordable price. Had it for a year now and I have upgraded the skins and cymbals from the originals, however the original kit is great and, as I have done, it’s easy to upgrade.
Practical, affordable kit.
Posted on 25/09/2012 by Joe B
If you're looking for an effective way to enhance your drumming skills without breaking the bank, then this kit may be what you are looking for. With a good range of sturdy, reliable materials, the kit offers an authentic sound for many styles of music; from rock to jazz. Also, these drums are good at taking a hit, so if you've been pumpin' the gym lately, don't worry, the heads are sturdy and will be able to take a considerable amount of force when you play. However there are one or two criticisms about this kit. Number one - it tends to slide forwards slightly when hammering hard on the bass pedal. Number two - the cymbals can sound quite brassy when playing lightly on them (the ride for example). But all in all this is a kit well worth the wonga! With great sound and practicality, you'll be able to develop your skills, and enjoy your music that bit extra.
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Posted on 05/01/2012 by sean from luke and the doritos
These are my first drums and they are great - really suits my band and me!