Oriollo

timmdrum

Silver Member
Hi! I'm sorta obsessed lately with semi-weatherproof and humidity-proof drums, and a lot of you have been praising Oriollo. Checked out the site, and they look great! Couple of questions:

1. Can anyone do a qualified comparison to Trick drums? (The aluminum ones, anyway, since that's all Trick makes toms & bass drums with.)
2. Are any of you Oriollo owners in the US? If so, how was the transaction made? My wife works in operations for a bank, and told me Serbia is an OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) listed sanctioned country, and therefore, I may not be able to purchase.
 

RobertM

Platinum Member
Tim: I would contact Sinclair Lott. He has tried out different Oriollo snares, and he plays a 16/14/12 jazz set of Oriollo drums. He has told me that he likes them a lot.

One big difference between Oriollo and Trick are the shells. Both builders make aluminum drum kits, but Trick welds their shells together while Oriollo makes seamless shells. The bearing edges are also different; I believe Trick cuts double 45 degree edges.
 

oriollo

Senior Member
The vast majority of the drums we made are in the USA, actually.
Payments via PayPal or bank transfer - never any problems. And besides, USA customers do NOT pay any additional fees (customs, taxes, ...) on the packages we send.
 

markdrum

Silver Member
I've gotten bronze and aluminum snares from Vukan with no problems whatsoever. In fact, my phantom is a custom finish and it still got here faster than a Gretsch that I ordered around the same time. Like you said, Oriollo is in Serbia but Grestch is in South Carolina. Go figure.
 

RickP

Gold Member
I've gotten bronze and aluminum snares from Vukan with no problems whatsoever. In fact, my phantom is a custom finish and it still got here faster than a Gretsch that I ordered around the same time. Like you said, Oriollo is in Serbia but Grestch is in South Carolina. Go figure.
It is probably because Gretsch had to make three or four till they got it right 😀
 
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