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The birch wood is a medium weight, strong, tough and elastic.
A drum kit made by birch is very well suited for recording studios, schools and in all situations where you need a controlled sound.
CVL birch shell sounds different from other birch in drum market, due to a innovative building process.

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The birch wood is a medium weight, strong, tough and elastic.
A drum kit made by birch is very well suited for recording studios, schools and in all situations where you need a controlled sound.
CVL birch shell sounds different from other birch in drum market, due to a innovative building process.

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Soft and light wood with a good control of medium lower frequencies but not so powerful so it is used jointed to other woods like mahogany or maple to achieve vintage sound. Advised for drum band shells

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Wood with a medium density and a sonorous timber that have medium high frequencies, a good powerful and defined sound with controlled har-monics

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The mahogany is a hard, medium-heavy wood with a fine texture and wavy grain, it has a high elasticity.
A mahogany drum kit gives a very good attack, a well-defined note with warm sound, rich in low frequency average. Thanks to its characteristic of elasticity and the wood fiber, the mahogany is full of harmonics, more than other types of wood used by CVL.
If we can summarize in few words mahogany characteristics: it makes double sound and power.

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The maple wood comes with straight and compact grain. It isn’t a heavy wood, its specific weight is less than birch and it presents a good strength and elasticity.
A drum kit made by maple can be use into different musical performances, from jazz to metal rock, thanks to the great range of frequencies that it produces. Maple is the choice of those who claim a good attack and volume.

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The chestnut is a medium heavy wood, its texture is similar to oak wood, but it not present wood window pane. The chestnut, as well as the oak, is used for wine staves and for the extraction of tannin.
The chestnut specific weight is placed between the Maple and the Bubinga.
The chestnut choice comes from a CVL’s research to find a warmer sound than the maple one, with the same power and well-defined sound but with bass timbers more stronger. If you will try it, you will fell a magic influence due to unique attack and dynamics, never heard in the field of drum instruments.

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The Bubinga is a hard and heavy wood. It has a fine-grained, less porous, uniform texture and straight thread. Its specific weight is the highest compared to other wooden essences used by CVL.
A Bubinga drum kit gives the top of timbers, as woods described above, but it gives more to the sound thanks to lower frequencies with a warmer sound, with an attack always well-defined and maximum flexibility in playing.

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Oak is a fiber wood. It is available with flammed or straight veneer. The sound is between birch and maple. The sound is controlled like birch but it is balanced like maple, so you have all frequencies without picks

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Walnut has similar features than maple but there are lower frequencies than higher. It is an hard and precious wood that has great dark veneer.

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This wood is hard and compact with a great contrasted veneer. Olive assures the presence of all frequencies, a good control, attack and powerful sound.

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Medium soft wood with a warm sound and big presence of defined harmonics.
This wood is perfect for the acustic use even if it is possible to use in live contest thanks to the “ full-bodies” sound.

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Hard wood with a linear fiber, gret attack and opposite to the bubinga sound thanks to a“cold” sound with controlled harmonics.
Defined sound and good powerful but also a high timber