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Mapex MyDentity Custom Drumsets
By Adam Balling
6/25/2014 10:00:00 AM

Looking to pick up a completely customized drum kit that is affordable and not take 6 months to get?  The Mapex MyDentity series is your ticket to getting a drum kit that is all about you!

There are thousands of different combinations that are available. As the designer, you have the ability to select how many drums your kit is, size of your drums, finish of the shells, and color of the hardware! You can do all of this in the comfort of your home on your phone, tablet, or computer.

Here is how it works:

-Go to http://mydentity.mapexdrums.com/

-Go through the easy navigation of designing your brand new custom kit.

-At the end, save or print the copy of your ‘Quote Number’. Your quote number is what needs to be referenced when you place your order as this tells Mapex exactly what you designed.

-Call us (866-849-4387) or go to http://www.percussionsource.com/ to place your order for your new drum kit.  Make sure to have your quote number from your design.

-We submit the order and your custom drums arrive in about a month!


If you have any questions would like to discuss your options for the Mapex MyDentity kits, please feel free to contact us!


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