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Old 06-14-2012, 04:56 AM
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The Crush acrylics are really nice. Punchy sound, although I am still getting them dialed in. I mounted the 12" tom on the Yamaha electronic drum rack. Really like the set-up. I am running some Roland triggers off the acoustic drums to the drum brain. You can mute the triggers if you want the acoustic sound, which I do most of the time.
It's a 22, 10, 12, 16 acoustic kit. With a 14" snare.
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VISTALITE! =3
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VISTALITE! =3

Not sure what that means. They should be Vistalites? Don't have the $$ for that!
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Not sure what that means. They should be Vistalites? Don't have the $$ for that!
As I know all the acrylic transparent drums are named "Vistalite" :P
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As I know all the acrylic transparent drums are named "Vistalite" :P
No, no they're not. That's just Ludwig's name for them.

I like the hybrid approach you've taken with your setup there. Do you have any problems with cross-triggering at all? There seems like some potential for it!
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Congrats on the purchase I love mine..\m/(*_*)\m/

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No, no they're not. That's just Ludwig's name for them.

I like the hybrid approach you've taken with your setup there. Do you have any problems with cross-triggering at all? There seems like some potential for it!
Thanks. I have never used electronics very much. But I was always a fan of the old Bruford hybrid set-ups, and I am really looking for something new in terms of sound.
Haven't had any cross triggering issues yet. The sensitivity on the triggers is set pretty low. I have the first gig on Saturday, so we'll see!
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