Tampa, FL — The Dominion Series by ddrum is officially back with the unveiling of the flagship Dominion Ash 6-piece Shell Pack. These birch shell packs with ash veneer are affordably packaged and designed to be ready-to-play, right out of the box. Couple the shells with a matching snare with die-cast hoops and classic Dominion-style box lugs, and this kit is not only eye-catching but tonally superior to others in its class.
Players are immediately drawn to Dominion Ash drums for their hi-gloss finish with exotic ash lacquer veneer on each birch shell. Four finish options are available: Red Burst, Green Burst, Gloss Natural, and Trans Black. The popular 6-piece configuration is comprised of 8’’x10’’ and 9’’x12’’ toms (6-ply); 14’’x14’’ and 14’’x16’’ floor toms (6-ply); 20’’x 22’’ bass drum (8-ply); and a matching 7’’x13’’ snare drum (8-ply) with die-cast hoops. The sharp 45-degree bearing edge is an industry standard that produces excellent attack and sustain, as well as more harmonic overtones. This makes the drums sound brighter as well as more lively and modern. Remo drum heads are included, with clear pinstripes for the toms, a reverse dot for the snare, and a clear Powerstroke® P3 bass drum head with a resonant side and a 10-lug batter.
Each hoop is 2.3-mm triple flanged with die-cast, including on the snare drum. The integrated 3-point tom suspension system offers secure support. Chrome hardware and classic Dominion-style box lugs provide added stability and help to ensure excellent tone.
The Dominion Ash 6-piece Shell Pack includes the shell pack only at a street price of $1049; cymbals and supporting hardware are sold separately.
Back in December, ddrum, an Armadillo Enterprises brand, gave a sneak peek into the Dominion Ash 6-piece Shell Pack and other new drums at the Armadillo All Access event at the company’s Tampa, FL, headquarters. The exclusive event consisted of factory tours, artist clinics, product demos, one-of-a-kind instrument displays, dealer meetings, performances by some of Armadillo’s “A-list” artists, and more. The inaugural event gave attendees a more in-depth look inside the development and crafting process of these world-class instruments, and a behind-the-scenes look into just what exactly makes Armadillo so special.
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