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Gretsch Drums Introduces Renegade Series Drum Kits

Gretsch Drums introduces the new Renegade Series; a drum kit with all the essentials at an affordable price. Each Renegade drum set is a complete five-piece drum kit which includes all the hardware, set of brass cymbals, and a pair of drumsticks; everything to get started straight away!

Featuring shells manufactured to Gretsch’s exacting standards, this kit comprises a 16″×22″ bass drum, 7″×10″ and 8″×12″ rack toms, a 14″×16″ floor tom, and a 5″×14″ snare drum. Each drum is fitted with classic full range Gretsch lugs, triple-flange hoops, and a bass drumhead featuring the iconic Gretsch logo.

The drum kit also includes a full hardware pack: a bass drum pedal, hi-hat stand, snare stand, straight cymbal stand, and bass drum mounted double tom holder. The included brass cymbal pack consists of 13″ hi-hats and a 15″ crash/ride cymbal. The setup is completed with a Gretsch drum throne and a pair of drumsticks.

The new, affordable Renegade Kits are available in four different colors, Grey Sparkle, Ruby Sparkle, Blue Sparkle, and Black Mist. Retailing at an amazing $599.00 (USA) the Renegade drum kits are as easy on the eyes as they are on the pocket.

For more information about the new Renegade Drum Series and all the other Gretsch drums and artists please visit gretschdrums.com/. For information on pricing and availability outside the USA check with your local retailer.

ABOUT GRETSCH DRUMS
Founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1883, Gretsch Drums is an iconic American drum brand manufactured in Ridgeland, South Carolina. In 2015, Oxnard California-based, American drum designers and manufacturer Drum Workshop (DW Drums) acquired the rights to develop, produce, market and distribute Gretsch Drums. For 135 years, this award-winning company has been providing “That Great Gretsch Sound” to drummers around the globe. Noted artists include Phil Collins, Vinnie Colaiuta, Cindy Blackman, Ash Soan, Steve Ferrone and Keith Carlock among others. For more information, visit www.gretschdrums.com