This is a custom order especially for Australian Drummers.
20x14 / 12x8 / 16x15
The C&C Player Date I Shell is one of the most popular C&C drumsets available. A Straight 7 Ply Luan Mahogany Shell means you get darker tones more reminiscent of vintage drums constructed of the same timber 50+ years ago.
The Rose Marine Pearl Finish is an in-house customisation from C&C. They take an Aged Marine Pearl Wrap and spray a tint to achieve this super stunning finish. To top off this set, we went with matching wood hoops instead of the standard triple flange - it's not just about the look but the sound as well!
All Player Date series drums feature a Full Contact Bearing edge - it's a very round edge providing maximum contact between the head the drum. The tuning range on these drums is incredible. From very low and loose (you can get the head resonating at finger tight!) right through to Jazzy Bopped out high tones - the Full Contact handles it.
Centred lugs mean a light weight drum and low mass tuning. Less tension is bearing down on the shell giving it a dash more resonance and openness whilst also literally making the drum lighter and far easier to transport around.
All C&C drums are 100% hand made in Kansas, Missouri USA by the C&C team. Whether it's a world wide chart topping touring band or a bedroom drummer in Australia - the same team makes the drums - all of them!
We know buying a drumset online is a pretty big deal, so just work with us, ask us questions and let us help give you the advice you need.
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