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Old 06-10-2013, 12:49 PM
StaggerLee StaggerLee is offline
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Default Re: Kickport VS Drumport

Ive never cared for the appearance of my drums in honesty. Im fine using a jellybean of other kits if the need requires more toms and such. My bass drum is covered in scratches and dings and I could easily re finish or redo it, I just dont. It makes a fab sound, so who cares what it looks like. Its like the sonor pro-lites. I have never seen a more disgusting finish in my life but boy do they sound good.

Your last comment made the most sense, it really is down to if its the SOUND you want from your drums, you shouldn't let appearance lock you out of a purchase when it may just be that thing someone is looking for. Imo saying no to the product of your ideal sound is stupid, at least that is what I am trying to put across.
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