Calling Premier experts

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  1. Black Label

    Black Label Well-Known Member

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    Hi there - I can buy this drum locally for the equivalent of about USD 75. It seems like a decent drum but I don’t know anything about Premier drums. Any info about this drum would be appreciated. Does the price seem fair? Thanks and kind regards, Erik
     

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    Cabria MK1 - circa 99-00 ish - worth the 75 if in good shape...not life changing but a nice little playing snare. Since local, you have the added benefit of checking all the workings!
     
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    Yep, MKI Cabria. The last of the English built entry level drums. The shell is made of eucalyptus & tulipwood. The toms/kicks are pretty nice sounding for entry level drums, a step up from the competition from that era (Rockstars, Exports, Stage Customs). The snares were ok, but nothing particularly impressive.
     
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    Thanks for the input guys. Much appreciated. I decided to give it a miss. Was hoping for something slightly more exotic Have a great day.
     

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