Premier Cabria Series Review

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“I am 48 years old, been playing 33 years. Well over...”

Written on: 15/12/2010

I am 48 years old, been playing 33 years. Well over 2000 paid gigs in my career thus far. One thing that I have learned....I just dont need a $10,000 shell pack to have a good sound. No qualms with the older Premier Cabria kits for the buck. I currently have two sets, one a huge 11 piece double bass home kit. And my gig set that never makes it home. Nice hardware, plenty durable and with suspension mounts. And never a problem with the shells or the tuning. Premier did change their drum after just a few years of production. The early ones had more quality shells and when set up and tuned properly they sound and look as good as any kit I've owned.

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Nelman81's Comment

Written on: 20/08/2015

You sure are right, the 1998 original cabrias had the best sound because of their shells, 5.2mm eucalyptus&meranti for all toms and snare and 7.7mm for bass drum, plus the quick sized toms shorter than the average and the high tension lugs, altogether it's a BOMB!! The new ones don't have those unique shells or the other features and are not made in England.

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