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Poster Re:Kelani Flex Drums vs. Toca Freestyle Lightweights [Re:TinaDay]
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I like Toca products in terms of their overall value: durable, attractive, lightweight, and decent sound. The bonus to the Flex drums is that they're nesting, though I don't think they sound particularly good. Remo's new Versa Drums offer something similar.... The Toca Freestyle II offers a durable synthetic head AND maintains a fairly traditional look. This is a plus if you're going to dabble at all in folkloric rhythms.



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3160 Kelani Flex Drums vs. Toca Freestyle Lightweights TinaDay 623 Oct 9, 2012 5:51 AM
1399 Re:Kelani Flex Drums vs. Toca Freestyle Lightweights Djembe_G 431 Jan 10, 2013 4:00 PM
1894 Re:Kelani Flex Drums vs. Toca Freestyle Lightweights TinaDay 394 Jan 11, 2013 8:56 AM

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