Originally Posted by hefu
Now let's see...
I have some pictures from the showroom, and I might have been wrong...
There are more than three kits! The Mahogany kit I never got a picture on! The maple one is stain in ebony, and there is another maple kit on tube, and perhaps another one beside it!
Anyway, from what John Good said the shells were made by a conga maker in Thailand, who supposedly is the best around. The shells are stave, and the scoped out, as he put it.
Thanks Hefu. Very cool ! Probably the manufacturer in Thailand has alot of experience.
How do you compare to ply shell sound ? Superior ?? or just different ??