If you like them, & no other brand delivers that pleasure to you, then they're worth it.I hear so much about DW drums and follow them very closely. I do love the sound of their drums and also the looks. But I'm curious to hear if people really think It's worth the large price tag...?
I hear you man, but as always another person's appreciation on such a topic it's very subjective to personal tastes, with this in mind you should try a DW kit for yourself, in person, you'll be the best advocate upon making that decision.But I'm curious to hear if people really think It's worth the large price tag...?
I'm sorry to hear that, as it's a shame when any player is disappointed, but I completely agree with your reasoning. The more you process wood, the less it gives back. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.my Super Solid Edge (maple/walnut hybrid) is a dud. The drum is incredibly choked regardless of heads or tunings. No warmth or body whatsoever. That proprietary wood compression process that John Good likes to brag about may work well for furniture but it's a failure in terms of drum tone. Robs the wood of its natural warmth. I paid over $900 for this snare, which looks great at least
I understand that I am just curious as to the PERSONAL opinions of people who own them, If THEY think it was worth the money.