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Old 05-03-2007, 06:53 AM
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ahh, i see. i definitely like the look of the tom holder you have a lot better than mine. mine looks so bulky and ugly compared to yours haha. i didn't find my tom holder difficult to adjust though. the 'ball and socket' design works fairly well my needs
No it looks easy to adjust. I had just said before that mine can sometimes be a pain to adjust, but I wouldn't give up the flexibility. The only problem is I got mine used, and the first memory lock (under the mounts themselves) is missing.
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Old 05-03-2007, 07:13 AM
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thanks man, i live in the far west end/short pump area.
I have some family in the short pump area; do you know the Elmores (Kevin, Andrew, Leslie, or the "adult" Adrian) or an older Mrs. Pasquine (Naomi) by chance?
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Old 05-03-2007, 11:52 PM
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No it looks easy to adjust. I had just said before that mine can sometimes be a pain to adjust, but I wouldn't give up the flexibility. The only problem is I got mine used, and the first memory lock (under the mounts themselves) is missing.
ahh, i see.

mr. pasquini: i do not know the elmores
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Old 05-21-2007, 07:19 PM
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I'm not sure if I asked you before but could you send me sound sample of you playing each drum separately?

My Catalina Maple (amber finish) sounds better with stock heads than G2s, especially with the 10" tom. Its a wonder. I use the 10, 12, 14 drums. Yet to setup the 16" after a year of owning it. I'm going to have the 14" fixed soon, the bearing edge on top is terrible. I just put the drum upside down and it now sounds so much better.

How does the EC1 sound? You did try the G2s before no? How does it compare?
I think my G2s are duds now. The 12 inch in particular buzzes, the glue seems to have broken between the plies

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Old 05-21-2007, 10:35 PM
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have that same snare... besides from the lugs coming loose after rims shots its an awesome deal for the money.
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Old 05-27-2007, 05:12 PM
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miggle: unfortunately i don't have anyway to record myself playing. i played my kit with stock heads for about an hour or two before i went out and bought some studio Xs. that's too bad that your bearing edge was defunct. i checked all of mine as soon as my kit came in, and thankfully they were all very nice. the ec1 sounds great. a lot better than the ec2 that was on the high tom. a bit too dead for me. but yah, the ec1 gives the tom a bit more life but has a pretty short sustain. i've never played g2s before, but have you checked the bearing edge on the 12" to make sure that it isn't the cause of the buzzing?

beatsmcgee: yah it is a great snare for the cash. my tension rods used to loosen a bit after rim shots, but no so often anymore. maybe yours will do the same over time
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Old 05-27-2007, 05:22 PM
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Beatiful kit:) How is that Axis HH pedal working?

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Old 05-27-2007, 07:45 PM
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i like it a lot. very smooth, and my favorite feature: it's very light.
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