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    What are you thoughts on Sonor select force are they good or not so good ?

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    Hey Tigers and welcome to Drum Chat! The Select Force is good choice. It's a popular kit among drummers and has been around for years. It has a respectable reputation and does the job. While not considered a top of the line kit per se, it's still good quality (it's Sonor afterall). In my opinion, because it's Sonor, even their lower line kits are considered a better quality than other brand's lower line kits.

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    Thanks Tom good to be on forum are they considered as top mid level or low end drums?.

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    I would say low end. In my opinion anyway. But I have pretty high standards for drumsets.

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    Why have they got them classed at intermediate to semi pro drums on there adverts its really confusing I no there discontinued..

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    I think they're pretty well built and probably sound great in any setting. Found this (below) about their design.



    Select Force Sounds
    7-layer Canadian maple shells offer uncompromisingly rich and warm sounds, highlight lower pitches and provide balance in the mid-range and treble. Whether in the woodshed, recording studio or on stage, SONOR’s Select Force sets deliver a powerful performance every time.

    Features
    - Shell Thicknesses
    - 7 layers for bass drums = 7.2 mm (2.4 mm Canadian maple + 2.4 mm Chinese maple + 2.4 mm Canadian maple)
    - 7 layers for snare drums, tom toms and floor toms = 5.8 mm (1.7 mm Canadian maple + 2.4 mm Chinese maple + 1.7 mm Canadian maple)
    - 45 bearing edge
    - New light-weight tension lugs with TuneSafe
    - New designed TAR (Total Acoustic Resonance) Tom Mount system
    - New designed Chrome plated Snare Strainer and Snare Butt
    - 9 spectacular new Sparkle and Solid Fade and Burst Finishes
    - Black Powder Shell Hardware with certain Finishes
    - Availability of Short Size Toms, 20” deep Bass Drums and the new S Drive Configuration
    - Rubber padded Bass Drum claws

    The new SONOR “Select Force” Series is available via most music retail stores starting February / March 2011. For more information check out the new SONOR Drums catalog and the SONOR homepage: www.sonor.com to see the latest gear coming in 2011!
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    Thanks for the info

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    There's a 6 peice for sale that I'm interested in they are in perfect condition there asking1250 new Zealand they were bought for 3200 when they come out.

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