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Old 04-28-2013, 05:16 PM
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Default Re: Met a guy who really likes his E kit

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Originally Posted by keep it simple View Post
Can we stop loading up on Larry here please. He's approached this subject with an open mind, & because he's comfortable here, feels happy to post some of his inner thoughts. If you read his thoughts in context with the whole of his OP, it makes sense. I'm not picking up that Larry's thoughts are anything but what he finds to be of value personally. He's neither preaching to you, nor suggesting his thoughts apply universally.

Moreover, any reference to equity in tuning skills IS relevant as far as I'm concerned. To have gone that journey is to give greater understanding to the instrument's dynamics, & how those choices translate to an audience. The difference in dynamic presentation between E kits & A kits sits at the very heart of most of these discussions, so it's most relevant. Larry's describing a conversation with someone who enthuses about something that Larry finds difficult to contextualise when weighed against his own experiences. Nothing more than that.
Aw, I wasn't trying to pick on him TOO badly. Thus the smiley. ;-)

To me, they are just different instruments that utilize different skillsets, with a lot of overlap. I don't think there should be any judgment about thatl. Opinion, sure, but not judgement.
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