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Old 01-18-2020, 08:57 PM
DrumBob DrumBob is offline
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Default Re: Oh No...Trixon Is Back From The Dead

So, there is only one US dealer who owns the company, and most of what they offer are budget priced kits and so forth. Some of the sets feature outmoded, elongated power rack toms that went out of fashion in the 90's. Color me unimpressed. Aren''t there enough cheapo drumsets out there? The market is already too crowded with entry and mid level product.

I can't help but think of the mockery Brooks-Mays made of the Rogers name years ago. Maybe Trixon drums should have stayed a piece of history.
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