The wood used in the manufacture of percussion instruments varies according to the area of origin; In Latin America, the variety of trees is enormous, in North America the maple is the most sought after and in Europe beech and birch have always been used to build percussions in general. Fortunately, the birch has the right characteristics for the drawer, since it offers a very sharp and clear sound. And as for battery drums, plywood is often used to make drawers.
Most of the DG drawers are made of birch. The different parts are combined with ultra-resistant vinyl glues, and varnished with a double layer of polyurethane product.