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Old 04-28-2014, 05:06 PM
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Here are my Sonor Designer Maple Lites in Bubinga. (Some of you may have seen my thread where I was deliberating between these or a DW collectors kit, both 'second hand' but basically unused.)

I bought 8 shells (no snare) that were advertised as 'unused and kept in storage as an investment.' I think they were manufactured in 2005 and were apparently ordered for a tribute band tour that never materialized. In fact, if anyone has any pics of Chester Thompson around that time playing Sonor kits, I'd be really interested to see them as I can't find any.

Everything is totally mint, with my only concern being the 'gap' in the finish and apparent glue marks on the 8" tom. Pictures below.

This is my first Double Bass set up kit, so please feel free to comment. Ill post in the appropriate thread on that later. Remote hats and primary hats are just thrown in there at the moment until my legless hat stand arrives and i can get the pedals organized.

Hope you like it. Now, where did I put my 'how to play double bass licks' DVD?















Wonderful kit and that is an easy cosmetic fix as mentioned already. I am sure they sound as great as they look!

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Old 04-28-2014, 06:40 PM
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Wow, that is really something!

What are the depths of the 10" and 12" rack toms?

Here's a pic of Chester Thompson playing Sonor Signatures, like he did with Genesis:



Here's a link to Chesters (and other Sonor endorsers) Designer set:

http://www.sonormuseum.com/1995+/des...es-setups.html

Chester was not endorsing Sonor drums in 2005.
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:11 PM
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Here are my Sonor Designer Maple Lites in Bubinga. (Some of you may have seen my thread where I was deliberating between these or a DW collectors kit, both 'second hand' but basically unused.)

I bought 8 shells (no snare) that were advertised as 'unused and kept in storage as an investment.' I think they were manufactured in 2005 and were apparently ordered for a tribute band tour that never materialized. In fact, if anyone has any pics of Chester Thompson around that time playing Sonor kits, I'd be really interested to see them as I can't find any.

Everything is totally mint, with my only concern being the 'gap' in the finish and apparent glue marks on the 8" tom. Pictures below.

This is my first Double Bass set up kit, so please feel free to comment. Ill post in the appropriate thread on that later. Remote hats and primary hats are just thrown in there at the moment until my legless hat stand arrives and i can get the pedals organized.

Hope you like it. Now, where did I put my 'how to play double bass licks' DVD?
















Stunning kit and just goes to show that every company is not perfect. I had a Fibes birdseye maple kit that had pink glue leaks at the seams!
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:23 PM
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Everything is totally mint, with my only concern being the 'gap' in the finish and apparent glue marks on the 8" tom. Pictures below.
Extremely minor stuff. The "gap" is probably due to shrinkage. Try using an appropriately coloured wax to blend in the seam before trying anything permanent. It's easy to remove if it stands out against the finish, & has the added benefit of building up physical layers as well as colour intensity/darkness with repeated application. In other words, it's easy to get right, & failsafe if you get it wrong.

Beautiful kit, & something I would have no hesitation in buying :)
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Old 05-03-2014, 09:16 AM
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I currently don't own any Sonor kits, just these two snares (the Designer is my go-to):

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Old 05-03-2014, 10:10 AM
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Wow, that is really something!

What are the depths of the 10" and 12" rack toms?

Here's a pic of Chester Thompson playing Sonor Signatures, like he did with Genesis:

Here's a link to Chesters (and other Sonor endorsers) Designer set:

http://www.sonormuseum.com/1995+/des...es-setups.html

Chester was not endorsing Sonor drums in 2005.
Thanks for the info. Not sure on the depths of the toms, Ill have to measure them. The 12" is so shallow that the reso side hoop comes into contact with the tom mount with just a couple of turns on it. I think these are custom ordered as theres only 8 and 10 depths in the catalog for 10 & 12" toms. Certainly nothing Chester played!

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I currently don't own any Sonor kits, just these two snares (the Designer is my go-to):

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Nice! How dry is that designer snare with the cast hoops and Aquarian head?
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Old 05-03-2014, 01:02 PM
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Thanks for the info. Not sure on the depths of the toms, Ill have to measure them. The 12" is so shallow that the reso side hoop comes into contact with the tom mount with just a couple of turns on it. I think these are custom ordered as theres only 8 and 10 depths in the catalog for 10 & 12" toms. Certainly nothing Chester played!



Nice! How dry is that designer snare with the cast hoops and Aquarian head?
It still has a pleasant ring but is indeed quite controlled. A bit more so than my Yamaha MCA which also has die cast hoops (but just has a classic coated Aquarian head).

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Old 05-04-2014, 07:17 PM
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I love that old school Sonor logo! That is a great idea. Here is from my gig yesterday.



Played some session work again for a singer out of Atlanta, GA. Later in the day I played with my other band but had to use a backline DW kit :(
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Old 05-09-2014, 07:43 PM
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shexy! Like the finish. Like an old swiss chalet hardwood dining table :)
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Old 05-09-2014, 07:43 PM
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I love that old school Sonor logo! That is a great idea. Here is from my gig yesterday.



Played some session work again for a singer out of Atlanta, GA. Later in the day I played with my other band but had to use a backline DW kit :(
wheres the rest of your kit? :) I love that retro head and I prefer that old logo to the really old one.
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:05 AM
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Here's a kit I had for about 10 years. When I saw the Scandinavian Birch, it pulled me in. I got a lot of complements on its looks. Unfortunately, the massive double tom mount cracked and failed during a gig, and I felt it was time to move on. At the time, prices for Sonor parts were too high compared to other brands and I felt stuck.
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Old 05-10-2014, 07:29 AM
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Here's a kit I had for about 10 years. When I saw the Birdseye Maple, it pulled me in. I got a lot of complements on its looks. Unfortunately, the massive double tom mount cracked and failed during a gig, and I felt it was time to move on. At the time, prices for Sonor parts were too high compared to other brands and I felt stuck.
That is not Birds Eye Maple, but Scandinavian Birch.

Sonor Force 3000.

http://www.sonormuseum.com/1990/forc...force3000.html
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Old 05-10-2014, 03:32 PM
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You are correct! My bad.

It was a beautiful finish. I loved the matte coating, too.
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:38 PM
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Saw this on Gumtree. Bit pricey isn't it?

http://www.gumtree.com/p/for-sale/so...kit/1059932668
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Old 05-22-2014, 06:21 PM
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http://www.gumtree.com/p/for-sale/so...kit/1059932668

Sonor Designer Series 6 piece drum kit for £6,600 ?

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Old 05-30-2014, 11:36 PM
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Just picked up a brand new S Classix kit!! Kind of in disbelief that I finally have a German Factory-Made set of Sonor's. Going from the Bop SE to this is like going from a Corolla to a Lamborghini..!

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12 x 9 Rack Tom
14 x 14 Floor Tom
20 x 17.5 Bass Drum

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16 x 16 Floor Tom
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Old 05-31-2014, 06:08 AM
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Nice Classix!
I wish they were still in the catalog. All you need is a 10 and 13 and you have two sets!
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Lovely looking kit. Nice Ludwig snare collection too:)
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Quick question for you Sonor veterans...what is the actual measurement on These drum diameters? Would a 22" Bass drum true diameter be 21 3/4"? 21 13/16"? Am I even close here?
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Old 06-05-2014, 10:39 PM
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Quick question for you Sonor veterans...what is the actual measurement on These drum diameters? Would a 22" Bass drum true diameter be 21 3/4"? 21 13/16"? Am I even close here?
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What series? I'm sure folks would do an actual measurement for you. may I ask what you are doing to needs the exacts?
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Old 06-06-2014, 02:55 AM
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What series? I'm sure folks would do an actual measurement for you. may I ask what you are doing to needs the exacts?
The top Lines Designer/SQ2, And the Lite lines. just curiosity for the most part. I have wanted a Sonor kit for the last 20 years, hoping to at least get a small set of ProLites soon(trying to sell my current kit and a truck to get them) I have heard so much about shell undersizes, I.E. industry standards being 1/4, gretsch supposedly a little more. I think Premier did it at one time as well.
I see you're up in Sac, I am down 5 in Patterson....Do we have a stocking Sonor dealer in the Valley?
I used to drool over the Sonors at Drummers Tradition in Novato when I was a kid(Grew up in Richmond)Caught Steve Smith in there a few times. But most places just Have the Bop kits, and the Asian stuff. Was contemplating a 5 hour drive to Samiam down the other side of the Grapevine.
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Old 06-07-2014, 12:34 AM
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I have heard so much about shell undersizes, .
That is ONLY on Toms, Snares.
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Old 06-16-2014, 12:29 PM
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OK, for those who aren't really into the big kits and didn't like my double bass kit on a rack, here's some pics of a smaller set up Ive been using for an indie band in London. 22, 10,12 &14. Pics are from a different rock band, thought I'd try it there too.

I think next time, I'll take a 15 or 16 instead of the 14, or maybe add another one in. I didn't bother at first as I can get all 3 of those toms in one drum case:)

Back to the full kit tonight for a prog band rehearsal, where I will no doubt be attempting my bad Gavin Harrison impressions LOL





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Hello everybody!!
This is my Sonor Force 2001 Kit...
22" x 16" BD, 10" x 9", 12" x 10", 14" x 12", 16" Toms (the 16" Tom is actually yamaha, but i´m searching on ebay, to find a matching 16" Tom for my Kit)

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Nice! How do you like the Dirils? What range is that Diril China?
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Nice! How do you like the Dirils? What range is that Diril China?
I really, really like Diril Cymbals...they´re not only sounding great i also like the fact that all sizes (no matter which series) are the same price (and not so expensive, compared to byzance e.g....)! Also the contact (via facebook) with the german distribution ist nice, they´re really kind...
I´m currently replacing all my old cymbals step by step with dirils...just got a 16" crash to replace the alpha ;D
What do you mean with "range"? size? it´s 18"
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I mean is it a Raw bell or a D series etc, they do different lines don't they?
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KIT UPDATE:

Couldn't have some poor quality americn snare on this kit now could I? So Ive added a Sonor Gavin Harrison Protean snare.

Also added a 16" Meinl Byzance china.

No Bass drums, too heavy to lug downstairs just to play with cymbal set ups LOL

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Old 07-25-2014, 11:52 AM
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I mean is it a Raw bell or a D series etc, they do different lines don't they?
Ah ok, yes they do...the china ist from the so called 'traditional' series!
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Couldn't have some poor quality americn snare on this kit now could I? So Ive added a Sonor Gavin Harrison Protean snare.

Also added a 16" Meinl Byzance china.

No Bass drums, too heavy to lug downstairs just to play with cymbal set ups LOL

Small world! I was the guy that sold you that Meinl China!
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LOL. Not sure I like it TBH, bit clangy and dark. I think I might be better off with oriental trash or an ozone or something for the sound Im looking for.
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Old 07-30-2014, 11:55 PM
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Thought I'd post some pics of my new drums - a Sonor Essential Force Stage S kit in cream white. This is my new Colaiuta inspired setup. The dimensions are 14x6.5 snare, 10x6.5, 12x7, 14x12 and 16x14 toms, and 22x20 bass drum. I'm using both the hardware that came with the kit (it's pretty good) and the Tama and Ludwig hardware I had before. The last pic is from a month ago when the kit was brand new.

I love it! I'm moving to a music school in August, there I will change the tom heads (I'll go with coated G2s on batter). I really like the snare drum, too. I have a 42 strand snare on it and it sounds amazing on all tuning levels.
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Old 07-31-2014, 06:02 PM
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KIT UPDATE:

Couldn't have some poor quality americn snare on this kit now could I? So Ive added a Sonor Gavin Harrison Protean snare.

Also added a 16" Meinl Byzance china.

No Bass drums, too heavy to lug downstairs just to play with cymbal set ups LOL

Nothing wrong with Ludwig snares but that has got to be an improvement!

Please take yet another pic of the kit set up with the bass drums!
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Now complete with a side snare (my old Tama Superstar 14x5.5 cranked to the max) :)
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The new kit arrived this week! Birch Infinites... color is Vintage Onyx. Just waiting for the brass snare to arrive form Germany in the Fall so hopefully some better pics. as well. Amazing drums.
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The new kit arrived this week! Birch Infinites... color is Vintage Onyx. Just waiting for the brass snare to arrive form Germany in the Fall so hopefully some better pics. as well. Amazing drums.
Ooh la la. Very nice!
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Overhead View. I thought it was a cool pic. ;-)
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Old 08-14-2014, 01:10 AM
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ncc, the wood grain on those drums you have is just gorgeous.
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The new kit arrived this week! Birch Infinites... color is Vintage Onyx. Just waiting for the brass snare to arrive form Germany in the Fall so hopefully some better pics. as well. Amazing drums.
That was possibly the best looking finish I have ever seen on a drum kit... I'm a sucker for natural wood grain! Would have prefered the bass hoop in the same color, but damn... nice.
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