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I've had this old Pearl Maxwin drum set (in yellow) for a while, and I just recently decided to do some research on it and see just how old it really is. I'll post pics when I get them, but for now I'd just like some basic information about maxwins, if that's at all possible.
Maxwin drums were made in the 70's. They were just a basic entry line kit ( similar to whats now the forum series ) only they weren't as high quality. Not bad drums ( recently acquired a kit myself ) but not something of high value.Basically they were a name brand stencil kit.