#1
Ive been having a look at drum kits to replace my current set. and the site im on (thomann) has drum kits in different classes. they hav standard, rock, studio and fusion ( http://www.thomann.de/gb/acoustic_drumkits.html )

can some1 tell me what the difference is between them please.
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#3
The drums are different sizes.
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#4
Erm.. fusion is usally described as drums containing sizes such as 10" 12" 14" 20" or 22" bass drum, where as rock sizes are more 12" 13" 16" 22" like older drum kits such as Ludwigs.

I used to own fusion sizes, theyre good for recprding, but hopeless to get a real drum sound, they sound real sterile and over clinical.

Go for Rock sizes, bigger drums, more anti-nodes and resonance in the shell, easier to tune down, and you can tune them up tight for Jazz!

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