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Old 01-23-2008, 05:11 PM
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Default Rockenwraps Thread. Post your rewrapped kits here!

There used to be a section on Scott Rockenfield's Rockenwraps.com site where you could post pics and a review, but they took it down.
Here's the kit I redid in 2005. It's a 1980 Slingerland, maple 5-ply shells.
If you moderators feel this is an uneccessary thread I understand, but there were no specific rockenwraps threads. I wanted to put it up since Scott took the customer section off his site and replaced it with a link to his myspace page. I assume there are a bunch of people on this thread who have tried rockenwraps and can share their stories. My story is I didn't want to sand, wet sand, then paint my drums again. Rockenwraps were super easy to attach and I've gotten lots of great compliments on them. No, I am not affiliated with rockenwraps or SR in any way.
The design I picked is called "electric storm" and cost $427 cut to size with shipping.:

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Old 01-23-2008, 07:41 PM
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Default Re: Rockenwraps Thread. Post your rewrapped kits here!

Cool looking wraps. I want to see more photos of your kit, however. We like drum porn here.
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Old 01-23-2008, 08:20 PM
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Default Re: Rockenwraps Thread. Post your rewrapped kits here!

your kit looks awsome! I've been looking into re-wrapping a kit aswell :D!
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Old 01-23-2008, 08:50 PM
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I've had Scott make a couple of front kick drum heads for me. Premium product, excellent service...

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Old 01-23-2008, 09:21 PM
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Default Re: Rockenwraps Thread. Post your rewrapped kits here!

Well, thanks so much. Scott was super kewl with me, too. I emailed the rockenwraps link to a bunch of friends and associates and the electric storm was always at the top of everyone's list. There are so many choices I couldn't make the choice on my own.
This is my scaled-down electric storm kit when I played a small hybrid kit for my last band:


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Old 01-24-2008, 07:14 PM
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Default Re: Rockenwraps Thread. Post your rewrapped kits here!

Nice looken kit Smashin Jack. What china is that, the one by your rack tom? And what are those yellow things to the left and right of your kit, triggers?
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Old 01-25-2008, 01:24 PM
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Nice looken kit Smashin Jack. What china is that, the one by your rack tom? And what are those yellow things to the left and right of your kit, triggers?
Thanks. You mean my small China? It's a 12" cheapo Wuhan brand China Splash. I used to use the Sabian ones, but they are 10X as expensive, break more often, and don't sound as dirty. My two other Chinas are a 22" Zildjian China Boy Hi I got in 1984 and a Sabian 20" I picked up used at a music store. I use the Sabian more for downbeats and the Zildjian more for upbeats.
The yellow things are Dauz 6" electronic pads. http://www.dauz.com Hope I answered your question.

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