More info. What are you up-grading from and how much are the BSX's gonna cost you. Sizes? How many drums? New? Used?
They are used drums, 10, 12, 14, 16 inch, two years old and they've been "babied", $1300 bucks for the drums without the wrap around mounting system. No mounting system on the bass drum either so I'd need to do something about that. My old drums pearl forum that has had some good use. What do you guys think?
Yes there is a 22" kick i forgot, my bad. Ya the mount is only 30 bucks, not too too bad. Then only thing about showing up with money is its 4 hours away, so if he doesn't bite thats a long drive for nothing. Any bargaining tips here?Is there a bass drum that you left out, or is the 16" the kick? I'd pass, if the 16" is the kick. 16, 10, 12, 14. If the kit has a kick that you omitted, like (22), 10, 12, 14, 16, that's a better buy, but still on the high side. No hardware? RIMS are easy enough to come buy, but add cost to "you just spent $1300".My Yamaha Recording Customs (also birch drums) I just bought, 22, 12, 13, 16 and a snare, cost me $995. The floor tom came with legs, and the two rack toms had mounts, with the bass drum mounted double tom holder included. That's why I say $1300 is "a little" high. I'd show up with $1K in my hand, see if the guy takes it. Then go get yourself some RIMS.
Just offer them 1000, and explain you'd need to buy RIMS mounts+gas on a 4hour trip. If they take it they do it not then..well do you want it for the price they are asking? I'm sure they'd be happy to get near the asking price.
Almost bought this drum set a couple of months ago, it was on eBay for a while, but I decided on my mapex Saturn and I'm not regretting it one bit!This is a deal. They will show up at your door. Lifetime warranty. If I didnt already have one I would get this one!