Avis Gms Grand Master Drum Kit
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- Avis Global
- The GMS Grand Master Drum Kit is known for high quality for all genres. There are a few different versions of this kit. The Grand Master Drum Kit I used is the blue flame version that uses a staggered seam construction so none of the ply seams line up with one another. The Grand Master Drum Kit has bearing edges utilized a 45 degree cut on the inside of the shell and a shallow 45 degree counter cut on the outside, everything with these drums seemed to be hand made by professionals using all high quality materials. This is by far one of the most high quality drum sets on the market and one of the best that I have had the privilage to use. You can purchase your GMS Grand Master Drums in several different colors like flame red, forest green, purple flame, and white: just to name a few but there are about a total of 20 different colors that you can get it in.
Overall the Grand Master Series looks and sounds great, GMS definitely has an excellent receipt for creating and making drums. I am extremely happy with the drums and even happier with the customer service that I have received through the company. That have been there from the start and will continue to be there through the duration that I use the product that they create. I do not believe there is any higher quality kits out on today’s market. The price is pretty steep, but as we all know you get what you pay for. This GMS Grand Master Drum Kit has great depth and they have a warm feeling so you can really be comfortable when playing and hearing these drums. GMS is a great company that stands by the product they created.
- Avis Global
- The GMS Grand Master seems to be a little known drum kit suitable for all purposes. I don't know if there are different versions of this kit or not, but the one that I have recorded with was a 5 piece maple kit. A few month ago I started recording my next album and we recorded most of the drums on the record with this drum kit. I didn't play drums on the album as I'm not a drummer, but of course being that they are my songs and I was producing and engineering, wanted to make sure that everything sounded perfect as far as drum sounds go. While it wasn't necessarily easy to get good sounds, as it never is, it was definitely a lot easier using this drum kit than it would have been. They're some of the tightest sounding drums that I've heard to date, as the tom tom drums on these are absolutely huge in both size and sound. The rest of the kit sounds just as good, although we switched the snare in and out with a variety of others. The kit is definitely a rock kit, as it's got that super huge sound that wouldn't really be appropriate for many genres outside of rock. I don't know where or how you would go about getting the GMS Grand Master kit, as they definitely don't seem to be too readily available, or at least not as much as other kits out there. I do know however, that the price of this drum set is quite a lot of money and can probably only be afforded by professional and other really serious players. For this reason I'd say it's best suited as a house drum set as it was for the studio I recorded at, unless of course you're a pro. Overall, the GMS Grand Master is one of the best drum sets I've used for recording and is definitely the least known of the bunch...