Dave Culross Selling Legendary GMS Drum Kit Used On Malevolent Creation - Suffocation and Hate Plow Recordings
Sunday, 23 March 2014 19:24

Want to own a very rare piece of death metal history? Ever wish you had a drum sound like Malevolent Creation, Suffocation, or Hate Plow? This classic GMS Grand Master Series drum set that was used on almost all of the recordings by drumming legend, Dave Culross, is up for sale! This includes recordings from: Eternal, Joe Black, Envenomed, and Warkult from Malevolent Creation - Despise The Sun and Pinnacle of Bedlam from Suffocation - and The Only Law is Survival, from Hate Plow. The store price for everything included in this sale is somewhere around $8k! The kick drums list for over $1,200 a piece. The reserve price is only $3,500 which is a deal and a half.
 
The drum rack in the picture is also for sale, but not included in this as part of the kit, only the mounting hardware comes with it. This kit comes with a set of soft bags for each drum, made by Humes and Berg.
 
To have a chance to own this legendary kit, check out the Ebay auction here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/111308359248 - and place your bid! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to have the set that produced some of the most classic drum sounds in Death Metal history.
 
This GMS kit is an 8-ply Maple shell pack, with nodal point designed lugs (which take pressure off the shell) that allow free, uninhibited resonance of the drum. The drum heads used in recording Suffocation's, "Pinnacle of Bedlam" will be shipped on the kit, unchanged in tuning since recording and still in amazing shape!
 
It is a nine-piece kit, with all mounts: 10", 12", 13", 14" rack toms, 16", 18" floor toms, 14" snare, and two 22" bass drums. All drums are a see through black stain, known by GMS as their Midnight Finish.
 
Carry on a tradition of excellence in recording and live sound! Own this kit and play it yourself.
It will sell, so don't miss your chance.
 
The winning bidder will receive not only the kit, but the soft carry cases by Humes and Berg.
Good luck!


 

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