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Old 11-05-2014, 03:17 PM
joez4000 joez4000 is offline
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Question DW Drum set identification and valuation help?

Hey, my name is Joe and I love to play and trade drums! I recently bought a 6-piece DW maple kit and though I've heard a lot about DW's, I've only now gotten to a place where I could afford one and know very little about them. This is a fusion/jazz size setup, with an 18" bass, 8", 10", 12", 14" toms, and 14" snare. The badge says maple. Inside, each shell has a natural note to tune to, and a date; sept 28, 2000. All drums also have reinforcement rings. This looks and sounds like a collectors series kit to me but I do not know for sure, as the badges do not say. Also, I'm not sure on the realistic value of these. I do intend to eventually sell, although I'm currently ordering a vent grommet, a couple tension rods and some heads. So this IS NOT A POST FOR SELLING THIS KIT. Just curious on it's exact identification details and value. I like posting here cause you guys are very knowledgeable! Thanks!
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