The Dixon Fuse Zebrawood Kit

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Our Dixon Fuse Series Zebrawood shell pack has been getting a lot of buzz lately, both from industry insiders and curious consumers. We introduced the new kit at Winter NAMM 2017, and the response was overwhelmingly enthusiastic. Now, Dixon Drums has been honored with an Editor’s Choice Award from Music Inc. Magazine for this Zebrawood kit, and we wanted to dig in and tell you a little bit more about the little beauty that has everyone talking.

Meet Fuse Zebrawood

Dixon Drums at the NAMM Show
The limited run Fuse Series Zebrawood shell pack, on display at the NAMM Show.

The Dixon Fuse Zebrawood kit is a new, limited-run shell pack featuring an exclusive Dixon-engineered, stunning Zebrawood laminate. Dixon is all about real solutions for real drummers, and Fuse Zebrawood offers the perfect solution for those drummers who have longed for the look of exotic wood shells without the high-end price tag—and the fear of taking them out of the house! This development takes Dixon’s reputation for beautiful drum finishes a step further, introducing a new process that opens the door to unlimited exotic possibilities at a mid-line price point.

A Closer Look

The Fuse Zebrawood shell pack features a 6-ply hybrid 7.3mm shell, a 45-degree bearing edge, and the exclusive Zebrawood finish. The kit comes with an 8-lug bass drum, 8-lug snare drum, ball L-rod tom mount, mini isolation system tom mounts, and chrome drum hardware. The 4-piece shell comes complete with an 8” x 10” tom, a 9” x 12” tom, a 14” x 16” floor tom and an 18” x 22” bass drum. 4-piece shell pack retail price is $1,135.

Dixon Drums also offers an optional matching Zebrawood snare drum, 6.5”x14” (Model SFS654CRZB). Retail price: $185.

The Zebrawood kit is featured in the latest edition of Music Inc. Read more at musicincmag.com.

You can check out the Dixon Fuse Zebrawood kit in action in the new Dixon Drums video feature from Modern Drummer, coming March 21, 2017.

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