ERIC SINGER: KISS Touring Kit Unveiled

March 16, 2004

The official German web site of KISS drummer Eric Singer has uploaded photos of Eric's brand-new touring kit which he will utilize on the group's upcoming tour of Australia. Mike Farriss (Artist Relations Director) and Tony Lecroix (Repair Specialist) at Pearl Drums in Nashville, Tennessee "made it possible for Eric to have a new custom made one of a kind kit just within 12 hours of labor time to be ready to take the stage on the upcoming KISS tour," according to a post on the web site. Check out the photos here.

The specs of the new kit are as follows:

2x 24 x 14 Bass Drum
8x8 Tom
10x8 Tom
12x8 Tom
13x8 Tom
16x14 Floor Tom
18x16 Floor Tom
2 x 14 x 6,5 Eric Singer Signature Snare
All in chrome wrap finish

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