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Old 07-16-2013, 08:43 PM
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Default Re: ngage strainer, anyone tried it?

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Originally Posted by KarlCrafton View Post
The ngage might go up and down great, but you didn't compromise on anything else so far, so why do it with this?
A most valid POV Karl. I do really like it's function though.

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Originally Posted by Jeff Almeyda View Post
We perform clear anodize on previously polished components regularly but without the bright dip, it is not as bright as the chrome.

I would go for the chrome plate.
Agreed Jeff, it has to be chrome really.

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Originally Posted by KarlCrafton View Post
The Dunnett R7 would go great with your lugs and look. Comes in Chrome too.
His stuff is very well built, and classy looking.
I've been looking seriously at the R7. The only thing that's putting me off a little is that we caught a cold on a batch of R4's last year.

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Originally Posted by GRUNTERSDAD View Post
For as little as we drummers turn our snares on and off do we really need a 130.00 strainer? I would be more interested in one that had a tighter thread, more per inch, to really fine tune the sound.
Agreed. I just wish our own strainer had come to fruition. I'm really pissed about that :(
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