Gretsch's Catalina Club Rock kit features mahogany shells and 30-degree bearing edges for a deep, warm, classic rock sound. This 4-piece configuration gets back to groove basics with big drums for big... Click To Read More About This Product
Gretsch's Catalina Club Rock kit features mahogany shells and 30-degree bearing edges for a deep, warm, classic rock sound. This 4-piece configuration gets back to groove basics with big drums for big beats, while maintaining the clean lines of the Catalina Club Jazz kit.
The 13" tom is affixed to a cymbal stand-mounted tom clamp/arm with Gretsch's ball-socket mechanism for efficient tom placement and stability. This tom also includes mini GTS tom suspension system to maximize tonal resonance. An oversized 24" kick drum lowers the boom and features wood hoops with matching inlays. The 7-ply mahogany shells feature an exterior basswood ply to provide a consistent overall finish. UV gloss lacquer is applied over deep ebony color via a multi-step finishing process to produce a glassy, reflective shine.
Crowned with a Catalina Club badge and Evans coated heads on the toms and snare, these drums are performance-ready straight out of the box.
Includes 12.7mm tom clamp/arm for stand mounting. Cymbals and hardware sold separately.
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Comments about Gretsch Drums Catalina Club Rock 4-Piece Shell Pack with 24" Bass Drum:
For the money this kit isn't too shabby. I ordered the white chocolate version and it looks AWESOME. It has a nice warm yellow tone to it, not much white which I'm fine with. The 24" kick is nice and big and the toms sound pretty good. I have to admit that the factory heads suck, so I put on Evans coated G2 heads and what a difference that made. Only a few complaints; 1) The ISO mount is pretty weak. In fact out of the box I discovered the tom mount had put a small dent in the outer shell. 2) As I mentioned, the heads are awful. Expect to invest a little more money into good heads and you won't be disappointed. 3) The snare strainer is a sorry excuse and I replaced it with a very nice set, also made a sound improvement. For a few hundred dollars more Gretsch has almost the same kit in the Renown series with more color options, a 13"x9" tom and better shells with the 24" kick.