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Sixpeace 03-09-2013 02:09 AM

New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
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just got in a new Sonor Ascent
in Ebony Stripes finish.

22x18 ps3
16x16 super 2
12x9 (not pictured)
10x8 super 2

14x5.5 coated ambassador
&
Benny Greb Signature
13x5.75 texture coated single

Paiste
Signature Dark Energy Light Ride 21"
Signature Dark Energy Hi Hats 15"
Twenty Custom Thin Crash 19"

Axis A21 Derek Roddy single pedal
Pearl h2000 hi hat
Pearl 1000 cymbal stands

enjoy ! :)

uniin 03-09-2013 08:14 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
beautiful... but its not a 6 peice :(

lefty2 03-09-2013 08:23 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Sweet kit! I bet they sound sweet too

BacteriumFendYoke 03-10-2013 05:17 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Absolutely beautiful. Impeccable taste. I love the Paiste cymbals too and your setup is clean and elegant. Lovely.

Sixpeace 03-10-2013 11:51 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
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Originally Posted by BacteriumFendYoke (Post 1116915)
Absolutely beautiful. Impeccable taste. I love the Paiste cymbals too and your setup is clean and elegant. Lovely.

thanks! i appreciate everyones kind words !

these drums rock, i'm really in love with what i'm working with lately, and especially the Paiste! works of art really

Ham 03-10-2013 02:09 PM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Is that really a comfortable setup? The crash seems as if it's hanging over the hats & tom A LOT and the floor tom seems as though it would cramp your leg in between the snare? All just looks a bit unorthodox to me.

JBDRUM 03-10-2013 02:45 PM

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That kit is sweet. Love the ascent series. You don't see them that often.

Sixpeace 03-11-2013 08:13 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Ham (Post 1116965)
Is that really a comfortable setup? The crash seems as if it's hanging over the hats & tom A LOT and the floor tom seems as though it would cramp your leg in between the snare? All just looks a bit unorthodox to me.

yes crash and floor tom positioning are off . this was just a quick set up . i moved the floor further out. i have skinny legs, but not THAT skinny haha

i actually changed from having a boom stand for the ride and straight stand for the crash, before playing on the kit my bassists loaned me while i was waiting on these. I had his rack tom on a stand which made positioning with the boom arm easier.. but i'll flip them back again now that my rack tom is mounted off the cymbal stand again.

Sixpeace 03-11-2013 08:13 AM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by JBDRUM (Post 1116970)
That kit is sweet. Love the ascent series. You don't see them that often.

thanks! that was part of their appeal :)

radeq 03-11-2013 10:08 AM

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very very nice :) I bet they also sound that way

larryz 03-12-2013 05:47 PM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Those are lovely indeed. It's getting impossible to resist getting a Sonor in my collection someday soon. Where is the Ascent on the Sonor price/quality level? I'm clueless.

Sixpeace 03-12-2013 07:34 PM

Re: New, soo here's what i'm working with!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by larryz (Post 1117763)
Those are lovely indeed. It's getting impossible to resist getting a Sonor in my collection someday soon. Where is the Ascent on the Sonor price/quality level? I'm clueless.

Thanks!

i got mine for a deal since it was the floor model... $1499 flat, shipped!

but they're the bridge beween S-Classix and the Select Force. around $1800 new.
They are come new with Sonor 400 series hardware pack and a snare drum.

i'm selling the hardware pack since i didnt need any new hardware so trying to recoup some of the cost.


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