Ddrum and Vinnie Paul Abbott (PANTERA, HELLYEAH, DAMAGEPLAN) have announced the unveiling of a new signature product line.
Commented Vinnie Paul: "I'm proud to announce that I am making the move to Ddrum. This opportunity is giving me the chance to expand beyond playing music and bring my own line of kick-ass, affordable drums to skin bashers around the world. Simply put, these drums look and sound amazing. Hell yeah!"
"Vinnie Paul is the star in metal drumming, period. There is no doubt that this is a new day at Ddrum," said Ddrum CEO Elliott Rubinson." Division manager Terry Platt added, "The signature products from Vinnie are going to be sick."
The new line will be displayed at winter NAMM 2009 in January and Vinnie Paul will be on hand to sign autographs and help promote the product.
Since 1983, Ddrum has been pushing the limits of the percussive industry in product, marketing and brand recognition demonstrating its desire to be the best.
To learn more about Ddrum, visit www.ddrum.com.
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