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Old 09-25-2012, 03:32 PM
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My little 503.

12" and 16" toms Evans G1 coated over G2 clear
22" bass - Remo Powerstroke 4
14" chrome over brass snare - Evans Hybrid over Hazy 300



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Old 09-25-2012, 08:01 PM
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Sonor Delite (let me guess - yes, Tiger Finish).
Bought that shellkit new (my first ever) a few weeks ago. 22 / 10 / 12 / 14.
Nice looking kit!..Sonor definitely has some unusual (as in nice) finishes...
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Old 09-27-2012, 06:26 PM
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My new S Classix kit!
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Old 09-27-2012, 06:55 PM
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To me this is the most classic/stunning Sonor finish ever - looks equally great as is, a bit lighter, or a bit darker. This graining also looks superb in various stains. To me it comes across as real, direct, warm, cozy and just noble.
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To me this is the most classic/stunning Sonor finish ever - looks equally great as is, a bit lighter, or a bit darker. This graining also looks superb in various stains. To me it comes across as real, direct, warm, cozy and just noble.
Thank you for the kind words. I also think that your new kit is equally inspiring. What I enjoy about Sonor drums is that they are also works of art in their own right. This kit I played in in this configuration at my last gig which was actually in a small theater. For me its a warmer and more classier finish than my ProLites which I consider my "hot rod" kit. Also the S Classix are very focused because of the birch shells.
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:33 PM
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It's a Force 3007. Nearly all Paiste 2002s there

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Old 10-21-2012, 05:49 PM
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This is my old SONOR Force 2000 set


SONOR Force 2000 - finition Gloss Black

Bass Drum :
20"x16"

Snare :
14"x6,5"

Tom :
8"x8"
10"x9"
12"x10"
13"x11"
14"x12"

Floor tom :
14"x16"
16"x16"


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ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 6" Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 8" Splash (x2)
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 10" Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 10" Rock Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 10" Medium Hi-Hat
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 10" China
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 16" Dark Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 16" China
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 16" Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional 17" Rock Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional Nostalgia 16" Dark Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional Nostalgia 19" Crash Ride
ISTANBUL Mehmet Traditional Nostalgia 21" Ride
ISTANBUL Mehmet TURK 10" Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet TURK 13" Hi-Hat
ISTANBUL Mehmet TURK 16" Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet TURK 16" China
ISTANBUL Mehmet TURK 20" Ride
ISTANBUL Mehmet SULTAN 12" Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet SULTAN 12" Hi-Hat
ISTANBUL Mehmet SULTAN 16" Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet RADIANT Traditional 8" Rock Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet RADIANT Murathan Raw 18" China
ISTANBUL Mehmet EMPIRE 20" Ride
ISTANBUL Mehmet MARMARA Onurhan 16" Crash
ISTANBUL Mehmet X'PERIENCE X-Jazz 10" Splash
ISTANBUL Mehmet X'PERIENCE X-Jazz 18" Crash
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Old 10-21-2012, 10:02 PM
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Hi guys this is a Sonor exTreme series.
Not a high end model or Sonor but it still sounds much better then my previous kits.

The only drum that is not Sonor here is my Snare.

Feel free to ask about anything in the pics!
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:38 PM
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Old 10-29-2012, 04:22 PM
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SebassFR.
You have impeccable taste. My compliments. Mehmets are wonderful, aren't they.
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Old 10-29-2012, 04:27 PM
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My new S Classix kit!

Wonderful. S Classix drums are stunning. I also like your tribal kit. You can't beat Sonor shells.
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Old 10-29-2012, 04:45 PM
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Wonderful. S Classix drums are stunning. I also like your tribal kit. You can't beat Sonor shells.
Thanks! You also have quite the amazing collection yourself. I am thinking about getting the Phonic re-issue snare drum. Do you think its worth it?

Currently I have these Sonor snares:

SQ2 in Cottonwood configuartion
Benny Greb

Mapex:
Mapex Black panther birch 14"x6"
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Old 10-29-2012, 04:46 PM
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SebassFR.
You have impeccable taste. My compliments. Mehmets are wonderful, aren't they.
Thanks a lot !!!
Yes Mehmet are wonderful for a little price...
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Old 10-29-2012, 05:36 PM
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Thanks! You also have quite the amazing collection yourself. I am thinking about getting the Phonic re-issue snare drum. Do you think its worth it?

Currently I have these Sonor snares:

SQ2 in Cottonwood configuartion
Benny Greb

Mapex:
Mapex Black panther birch 14"x6"
I have not seen a Phonic re-issue. I do not know the age of the shells. As you may know, Sonor has a secret room apparently full of old shells. Are the re-issues made from older shells? I don't know. I do know that the older shells, such as that used in my 70's drum, was high quality beech. Apparently priced out of reach today.

I do however trust Sonor. Such a re-issue of an important drum must be good. I too have considered buying a 14x6 re-issue. Right now I am searching for an old Phonic kit.

Let me know what you decide.
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Thanks a lot !!!
Yes Mehmet are wonderful for a little price...

Am pleased you like the Mehmets. I love mine. :-)
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I need some advice for selling my drum kit.

It is a Sonor 5 peice Force 2001 drum kit. Minimal wear and tear on the heads, actual drums are in good condition.

I am also including my cymbals, stands, and throne as well. My cymbals are Zildjian ZBT package, pair of high hats, and ride cymbal. Also bought a Zildjian http://www.worldmusicsupply.com/Zild...FQiqnQodEx4AFA cymbal with a stand.

What do you think guys, am I more likely to sell these guys on Craigslist as a whole package, or individually for more $$?

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Ho-ly WOW!! This (and your Walnut kit) really look awesome!!!
This Red & Black finish looks cool in either low or bright light too....and my two favorite kit colors haha!

These kits just look like they'd sound awesome.

I like Sonor's floor tom leg design, and the bass drum spurs just always looked great to me. Really solid and sturdy, but not clunky or too heavy looking.

Sweet skull rug too :-)
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Those drums are gorgeous! What is your cymbal setup? And what pedals do you use?
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Old 01-26-2013, 02:23 AM
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Airborne -- you using S-hoops? If so, how'd you attach the mic to the floor toms?
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This is at least 50% Sonor so it counts...
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We need more Sonor love on here.

Sonor Force 3003

Kick: 22 x 17.5
Snare: 14 x 5
Toms: 10 x 9, 14 x 12

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A custom crash 16"
A custom crash 18"
Avedis ride 20"
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We need more Sonor love on here.

Sonor Force 3003

Kick: 22 x 17.5
Snare: 14 x 5
Toms: 10 x 9, 14 x 12

Cymbals

A custom crash 16"
A custom crash 18"
Avedis ride 20"
Paiste 502 hi-hat 14"
That kit looks absolutely stunning! Really love the finishes on Sonor kits
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:36 PM
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:37 PM
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That kit looks absolutely stunning! Really love the finishes on Sonor kits
Sounds great too. It was love at first sight. Due to the sparkles, she looks great under stage lighting. She deserves new heads though.

Love those natural wood finishes Matthias. Love the Sonor lug design as well. One day, when I have the cash, and the skills, I'd like to buy those high range Sonor kits.
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Old 06-03-2013, 02:41 PM
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Don't laugh. I'm posting this for very sentimental reasons.

This is my Sonor 503 kit. I paid 80 for this about 12 months ago. After a near decade hiatus from music, and some really quite tough times, and having just gone through expensive divorce proceedings, this is all, literally, that I could afford to pay.

The kit has served me well over the past year or so. It's rehearsed with me on a weekly basis, and joined me for the ride on my dream gig, a gig which I had never dreamed of doing during my lifetime, supporting a band who, from the age of 10 to 20, I worshipped. To then play a support slot for this band, was a dream come true, and my cheap, battered, Sonor didn't let me down.

With a heavy heart I upgraded my drums today, and for gigging purposes will now be using a Gretsch Catalina Club Mod, which I hope serves me as well.

It's not all over for the good old Sonors though, as they will still be my rehearsal kit where I can try to hone my completely unimpressive drum skills to the greatest extent my feable capabilities can manage.

Thank you Sonor, for your expertise.

(PS: cant seem to post the pic lol...will do so from home later)
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Old 06-03-2013, 04:42 PM
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Sonar really goes a long way to make all there drums look good. I got the safari which was the cheapest kit at the time and they look like a million dollars.
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Old 06-04-2013, 02:27 AM
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Here's mine. Heavy beech all around.




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Old 06-04-2013, 10:21 AM
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KIS: No unnecessary fluff....you mean microphones :-D?? Yes looks neat that way, and
the perspective of the camera helps, too. The sound guy did a stunning job using just
one (!) overhead mic. Don't remember what kind though...


Smatch: No pic...!
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Smatch: No pic...!
Fixed!

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Love your finish!!!!! :-p
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I agree - very nice finish, Smatch!
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I agree - very nice finish, Smatch!
Thanks Arky and Mathias. Your SQ2 is awesome Mathias. Is that an 18?

I got into SONOR about 2 yrs ago and in that time have owned a maple light designer, S classix, Safari and now the heavy beech q2. I've owned every high end ply kit out there and the German SONOR stuff is definitely my favorite. It's hard to consider other companies once you get to drive a German SONOR for awhile. When I ordered this kit it was a toss up between Scandi and American walnut. Obviously American walnut won out. I like Scandi so much however, that I sold my 7pc S Classix kit and ordered a 4pc vintage beech q2 in Scandi. This new kit should be here by the end of June and I will surely share some pics when they arrive. The sizes will be 10x8 12x8 14x14 and 20x14. Needlless to say I am very stoked.
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Old 06-14-2013, 03:36 AM
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I've had these for about 3 weeks,Select Force in dark forest burst, 10x6.5,12x7,14x12,16x15,22x20,14x6.5, and an 8" on order.. all resos are stock, clear emps on all toms batter and empx on snare,recently added a double chain double kick got a great deal off CL near new $120,really love the quality and sound of this kit, all bearing edges awesome smooth/sharp, drum hardware is beautiful/chrome is top notch, really like the TAR mounts- my last kits had rims style the drums bounced and I could here the tom knocking on the mount at times,I had to remove the drum to change heads, when tuning the mounted toms they seemed to impede tuning under the mount as well [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]

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@Smatch: Yes, it's a classic 18, 12, 14 configuration! I have a Delite in Tiger Finish
with a 20 bassdrum :).

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KIS: No unnecessary fluff....you mean microphones :-D?? Yes looks neat that way, and
the perspective of the camera helps, too. The sound guy did a stunning job using just
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Smatch: No pic...!
No, I actually meant the kit itself - just screaming simplicity & functional quality. I would like to hear the minimalistic recording though :)
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Old 06-16-2013, 01:42 AM
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SQ2......Great Kit. I am going to order another tom. either an 8" or a 14".....I have been told that it will take 6 months to receive it from Germany... :(
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SQ2 High gloss bubinga, slotted tension rods all around
18x14 med maple bass drum with rocket launcher.
12x8 thin maple tom
14x14 thin maple floor tom
14x5.5 vintage maple snare


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Old 06-19-2013, 10:12 AM
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Excuse my ignorance,but what is a rocket launcher..my guess it is the tom holder on the bass and it appears the holder slides up and down and angles back and forth? What a neat design and a very beautiful kit
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Excuse my ignorance,but what is a rocket launcher..my guess it is the tom holder on the bass and it appears the holder slides up and down and angles back and forth? What a neat design and a very beautiful kit
Yes, the rocket launcher is the extremely heavy duty tom mount. It uses a plate on the bass drum that mounts on the lugs with no hole through the bass drum.
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