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Old 02-06-2008, 07:24 AM
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Default Show Off your SONOR DRUMS.

Hey Guys lets show in this little space!! our beautiful SONOR Drums

mines is ha 2001 sonor force, and my sonor symphony snare 14X6
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Old 02-06-2008, 10:08 AM
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unfortunantly i dont have a sonor yet


but i must say, that kit is beautiful.
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Old 02-06-2008, 03:27 PM
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I am the happy owner of a 4 piece sonor S class maple. It's a 22/12/13/16 kit that I bought 2 years ago (second hand). this was the serie that was replaced by the Sclass pro serie (wichi has been replaced by the sclassix).
I don't have very good pictures of it, but here is one


(ps: it's not me on the drums but a friend of mine)
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most of you have probably seen my S-Class Pro already, but nonetheless it's a Sonor thread!









without all the mic stands and clutter -


ollllllddd pictures :)


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Old 02-06-2008, 07:47 PM
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One never get tires of the Mona Lisa, right Chris ? ; )

You & Joeybeats.. The Miss World and Miss Universe of Drums!

now there's an idea... a Drummerworld Beauty Paegent! Every member votes in their favorite kit, theres a short-list and eventually a winner! ( mods listening ?)

You boys got it won already, though...
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Old 02-07-2008, 07:31 AM
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[quote=xopethx;407273]most of you have probably seen my S-Class Pro already, but nonetheless it's a Sonor thread!



ohhh man i love the Aqua Green!!! i want that color on my delite one day hehe!!!
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Old 02-07-2008, 02:58 PM
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Sonor Five Star kit, one of 25, played by Thomas Lang and Steve Smith. stilll waiting on the 8x8 tom.



A Sonor Signature kit with new Pasite 2002 14x6.5 snare and a new Zelkova solid snare on the side (not in pic) The Phonic Plus has now been sent out to have Bubinga wrapped on her in and out.













My Five Star Ebony kit with DW Neil Peart Edge Snare
I recieved a Attack Medium 2 Ply and its just amazing what a combination these shells are with those heads. Plus you can see the beauty of the innear veener.



The Neil Peart snare is perfect as main snare. The kit it self is just beyond description. Derek Roddy was right, best kit he ever heard or played. Thomas Lang and Steve Smith are two masters who have played my kit...I am the third.
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Old 02-07-2008, 03:19 PM
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OOOer this means I could post my pics again! :)

Actually, I think Ill wait to get some new ones
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Hi Sonor folks,

Have any of you had an issue with the sharp bearing edges Sonor uses on their drums. Most are using a rounded edge now but I see Sonor is still cutting a sharp edge.
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Sonor Designers in Green stain finish. 18x16, 14x14, 12x8, 10x8. (Brady snare in pics).
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Old 02-08-2008, 12:37 AM
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Hey JUNGLELORD, i love that FIVE STAR SONOR man, you gotta be rich man hehe,
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Old 02-08-2008, 09:35 AM
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rritter - Ive gotta say mine havent given my any trouble at all - What issues are you referring to?
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rritter - Ive gotta say mine havent given my any trouble at all - What issues are you referring to?
No issues but I just bought a new Force 3007 and the edges are cut sharp compared to the edges on my Gretsch kit. Gretsch along with others use a more rounded edge that mates quite well with the curve of the drum head. My Gretsch kit has always been easy to tune and sounds great. As for the Force kit I just got it yesterday and haven’t spent much time with it. It is a great build though and I am looking forward to getting it ready for our shows. It is finished in natural maple and should look great on stage. What I was asking was if any of the Sonor players had any feedback as to how they tune and sound with this edge design. I do like the “Tunesafe” lugs. Every manufacture should have this feature. I play this weekend but hope to spend time Sunday working on the tuning and setup of the kit. Looking forward to it.
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Old 02-08-2008, 04:58 PM
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Hey JUNGLELORD, i love that FIVE STAR SONOR man, you gotta be rich man hehe,
I got that kit half price as it was played by Thomas Lang and Steve Smith.
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Old 02-09-2008, 04:06 AM
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What I was asking was if any of the Sonor players had any feedback as to how they tune and sound with this edge design.
The sharper edge offers less edge-to-head contact area, which allows the head to reverberate longer, hence slightly increased projection and sustain.

It can mean more overtones and sometimes a little bit more work to get them tuned just right, but the extra resonance and overtones will allow for greater flexibility with your tuning.

My force 3007 kit sounds great micd up, but I am running them with 2-ply tom heads at the moment and the head's thicker design kinda makes the sharper edge theory mute. On my Designer series though, the single ply heads absolutely sing, with heaps of low-end.

Some companies deliberately round their edges to give a more focused thump, particularly on floor toms. My theory is that if you ever wanted to ADD resonance to these drums, youd be limited for options. If drums with sharper bearing edges offer too much resonance, its always easier to dampen to your needs...

My 2 cents anyway...
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Old 02-09-2008, 04:29 AM
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I received the Five Star kit with Attack 2 ply clear heads on the toms and a PS3 Classic on the bassdrum. Perfect heads for those thin sharp edge shells. Loads of deep low end and they just sing without too much overtones. I love the Attack heads. I want to put them on the Signature kit next time round. I tried Ambassador coated on the Sigs, then went to factory installed Pinstripes. Much nicer and way deeper with the Pinstripes. Sounded real higher pitch and more jazz kit with the Ambassadors, totally Bonham with the Pinstripes.

I think the Attack heads are the best choice yet.
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The sharper edge offers less edge-to-head contact area, which allows the head to reverberate longer, hence slightly increased projection and sustain.

It can mean more overtones and sometimes a little bit more work to get them tuned just right, but the extra resonance and overtones will allow for greater flexibility with your tuning.

My force 3007 kit sounds great micd up, but I am running them with 2-ply tom heads at the moment and the head's thicker design kinda makes the sharper edge theory mute. On my Designer series though, the single ply heads absolutely sing, with heaps of low-end.

Some companies deliberately round their edges to give a more focused thump, particularly on floor toms. My theory is that if you ever wanted to ADD resonance to these drums, youd be limited for options. If drums with sharper bearing edges offer too much resonance, its always easier to dampen to your needs...

My 2 cents anyway...
I got home this evening and had some time with the new 3007’s and got all the drums sounding nice with the stock UT heads. I ordered Emperors last evening and I hope they will work as well on the Sonor kit as they do on my Gretsch kit. Hopefully I can get some pictures up soon.
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Old 02-11-2008, 05:12 PM
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Man! I can't wait to put up some pics of my 3007 blue sparkle..
I just need to take some first.. hmm

I'll try and get on that today..
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I've sold a couple of snares, and the Blue Roots kit is for sale, all so that I can get an SQ2 kit this year.











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Old 02-12-2008, 07:55 AM
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I am enjoying seeing all of your ' Sonor '
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Old 02-12-2008, 07:59 PM
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Another five star classic. My first Sonor kit.

Went into look at ordering a custom DW. Saw this kit i the store and it was all over. I especially love the ebony veneer in and out as I am also a hobbiest woodworker. Yes I know, cymbal polish is on my list.

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Old 02-12-2008, 09:33 PM
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I believe the five star kits to be the best sounding kits made. I cannot say enough about Sonor drums. To me they are by far the best drums. I love Gretsch, Yamaha, Pearl, Slingerland etc but that Sonor sound is the cats meow.
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Hey salicete:
that delite set is awsome, i love that copper snare, man, beautiful!!!!
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that delite set is awsome, i love that copper snare, man, beautiful!!!!
They are Designers,not Delites, and the snare is an Artist Bronze, but thanks for the kind words nontheless.
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Hi

New Sonor Force 3007’s in the Maple finish. Just got these this past Wed. and I must tell you even with the stock Remo UT heads these drums sound awesome. I hope to have better pictures in better lighting soon. The snare is the best kit drum I’ve played in this price range. Now I get to give my Gretsch Catalina Birch kit a rest. I have been 100% pleased with my Gretsch kit and everything tells me this will be true of the Sonors. The Sonor drum line has a “Tune Safe” lug design that every manufacture should offer. Yea I’m happy!

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Hey Guys lets show in this little space!! our beautiful SONOR Drums

mines is ha 2001 sonor force, and my sonor symphony snare 14X6
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Ebony heads as the resonant? Never seen it, i take it you dont want alot of over tone?
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Ebony heads as the resonant? Never seen it, i take it you dont want alot of over tone?
they are ebony ambassadors!! which are on ply heads!!! and they sound good as resonant heads...
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They are Designers,not Delites, and the snare is an Artist Bronze, but thanks for the kind words nontheless.
yeah i got everything wrong man lol!!! but yeah that drum set must sound great!!! i want that artist bronze snare, i have a 14X6 symphony snare, is made of bronze too and i love it...
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This is my 2007 kit,
8x7, 10x8, 12x10, 14x14, 20x17,5
snares : 14x5,5 Birch, Sonor 2007; 14x6,5 Bubinga-Maple, Handmade Ezel Snare ( www.ezeldrums.com )
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Amedia ( www.amediacymbals.com ) : 14" Tigris hats, 10" Galata splash, 19" Custom made China ( sound like 19" K Custom Hybrid China )

And Some Pearl hardwares, DW 5002 AD3 pedal, Tama 1st Chair drum throne


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THIS SPACE RESERVED...
for my Birch SQ2.
4 piece Ebony outside, Scandinavian birch inside
18x20 medium bass
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Old 03-25-2008, 10:44 PM
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Another excuse to show my new Sonor Force 2007s? Why the hell not...







Finish: Amber fade. Note it looks a lot more red under a lot of light. They are more amberish otherwise.
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[quote=Salicete;408925]I've sold a couple of snares, and the Blue Roots kit is for sale, all so that I can get an SQ2 kit this year.


I came thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssssssssssssss close to buying your Blue Roots kit, was going to pick it up on a day trip to Fairfax. But my truck decided it needed rust work done on the doors instead. I'll just hang with my 3005's.
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Old 03-26-2008, 06:50 AM
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Ok, I cant get any newer shots of my custom-finish Designer right now, so here are the old ones reposted. Enjoy

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I am waiting for my new SQ2 kit and will post the pics when I have it.

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I've sold a couple of snares, and the Blue Roots kit is for sale, all so that I can get an SQ2 kit this year.












Woah! That is the most beautiful blue finish I've ever seen!
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My new SQ2 kit: 22x19 (!), 10x7, 12x7, 14x12 FT, 16x13 FT.


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-08


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2007-12-13


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2007-04-03

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My new SQ2 kit: 22x19 (!), 10x7, 12x7, 14x12 FT, 16x13 FT.


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-08


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2008-04-07


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2007-12-13


By vollie, shot with PENTAX Optio S at 2007-04-03

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MaxG, your snares are wicked! What is the finish for the artist snare?
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I've sold a couple of snares, and the Blue Roots kit is for sale, all so that I can get an SQ2 kit this year.











how much did/is it going for? Whoever got/gets that kit must be quite a happy person.
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My Sonor SQ 2, 12 ply Birch, Rosewood veneer inside and out.

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