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My Sonor SQ 2, 12 ply Birch, Rosewood veneer inside and out.

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Thought I'd insert the picture for you, since that's what we want here :-).
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Thanks Frank, I tried to insert the photo in IMG with no success, thank you.
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These are old pics now, but ah well... :)

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Old 04-11-2008, 01:13 PM
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Default SONOR 3003s with a 6.5" blacrolite snare


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I am playing on Delite Fusion kit with 3 bass drums.


Many more pictures im myspace page...
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Old 04-19-2008, 11:24 PM
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Just bought a new Sonor Delite, walnut roots finish, best sounding drum I've ever played.
Hope to post some pics real soon.
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:33 AM
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You guys have some awesome drums! If you get some time, you should send pics to the sonor fan pages @ www.drumandstage.net
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S-Classix

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Well its nothing special only a 3005, great kit at that. But the colour i LOVE and it sets it apart from most kits.






Can see the wood grain in the floor tom....could look at it all day long.
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Old 04-21-2008, 02:46 PM
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Every single post with a kit in this thread all have something in common.

PURE CLASS!!!

Here's my 3007. 24x17.5, 13x10, 16x16, 18x16. More specs available upon request.









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Old 04-22-2008, 01:54 AM
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My friend Jody and his Sonor S Class Pro in Aqua Green. Now he has a 16 tom as well and the cymbals are clean. These pictures were the day of arrival. 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, double bass and side 10" sonor snare. It looks even meaner with the 8, 10, 12, 13 up front and 14, 16 on the side...I should grap a up to date pic of that. Enjoy.




















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My friend Jody and his Sonor S Class Pro in Aqua Green. Now he has a 16 tom as well and the cymbals are clean. These pictures were the day of arrival. 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, double bass and side 10" sonor snare. It looks even meaner with the 8, 10, 12, 13 up front and 14, 16 on the side...I should grap a up to date pic of that. Enjoy.




















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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 :)


Im absolutely in love from the finish to the cymbal choice (most of which resembles my own). And i already know it sounds great....
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These are old pics now, but ah well... :)

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My friend Jody and his Sonor S Class Pro in Aqua Green. Now he has a 16 tom as well and the cymbals are clean. These pictures were the day of arrival. 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, double bass and side 10" sonor snare. It looks even meaner with the 8, 10, 12, 13 up front and 14, 16 on the side...I should grap a up to date pic of that. Enjoy.






















Really awsome drums..your friend jody is my drum teacher! and those are awsome drums!!! I have played them and they sound awsome!!! funny that i see my drum teacher's sonor drum set on drummerworld lol.
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:45 PM
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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.
No troubles with the edges on my Force 3007. They are sharp as can be, which I'm not the biggest fan of, but I found I didn't have to round them off like I do with most modern drums.

I get a wicked attack, wonderful warm resonance even with clear 1 or 2 ply heads, the sustain sings for days with either 1 or 2 ply clears, they fill up a room nicely and record exceptionally well.

I find these Force 300x drums DO NOT LIKE 2 ply coated heads. Way too dull, lifeless, no tone, all slap, an all around terrible sound.
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Old 05-10-2008, 03:01 PM
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Really awsome drums..your friend jody is my drum teacher! and those are awsome drums!!! I have played them and they sound awsome!!! funny that i see my drum teacher's sonor drum set on drummerworld lol.

I got Jody that kit for an incredible deal from my sonor museum member friend Kelly.
I own the kits on the first page, Signature and Ebony.

Jody and I and his cousin Magical Mark were taught by his uncle Ugene. We have been drumming buddies since 1978. His Uncle Ugene was trained down in Pottsdam, Crane School of Music, where Steve Gadd is from. Ugene was heavy into Tony Williams.

Jody, Mark and I were Rush and Zep fans. We were amazed at Ugene do Tony Williams. Man those were the days. I actually played drums for Rick St.Pierre and Sledge Rock Group back in those days for 9 months. We lived across the road on Notre Dame. Mark and Jody on the other side, and Ugene gave lessons in Marks Grandpa's house which was between Mark and Jody, in the basement...Notre Dame was rocking.

Sledge Rock Group did the Kiss thing in walls of sound back then. Ten 100Watt double stack Marshalls just for the lead player, Rick St.Pierre
LOL. Four 250Watt Monoblocks for the bass player. Sledge actually rented Heart's PA system the night Roy Nicholes drummed for them at La Citidale highschool. They blew the city block three times....and we both know there's only schools on that block...LOL. Man was that loud, but what a clean perfect sound....blew my mind, that was the day I vowed to drum for Rick. Be careful you might get what you wish for...LOL>

When I joined Sledge Rock Group it was in transition from Led Zep covers to AC/DC covers, this is before they were big in america, we had over seas albums. The picture of the Sonor kit on "if you want blood" was my first experinece to want a Sonor kit. I was driven to get better and better with my meter, Rick was relentless, but a great teacher.

I love Rick and he is the reason I drum so solid. Since he hangs with Phil Rudd, you can see why.

Rick St. Pierre moved out to BC, I stayed. Rick invented Wizard Amps and is the guitar tech for Angus Young of AC/DC. He was out in Vancouver with AC/DC all last two months. Going on the road next year. Rick was with Alice Copper when he came to town. I got a sweet cymbal autographed by Eric Singer thanks to Rick. Rick does live in town. Builds Wizard amps where Roy Nicholes works, again another great drummer, that Roy. Roy played for Rick back in 1976. My friend Rick Nadeau filled in shortly after. Rick Nadeau also took lessons down in Pottsdam. We all agree St Pierre, although a huge talent...is so full of ego, that its not worth the journey. Mark and I used to call him Rubber and Hollywood after drumming for him. I always knew his was as good as he said and thought he was going to be as famous as he is, but man way too much ego for my taste. I don't care how talented you are...you should not drown in your own self glory.

Having said that, I will say Rick St.Pierre is as good as he says he is and taught me more about timing and meter then anyone dispite the fact he plays lead guitar and builds the best amps.

I actually had jody's Gretsch kit at my house, one year, for six months....man I love that late 70's Gretsch kit.He got that from Gary Grace, drummer for Prism, and Gary is also the bomb. What a drummer. For such a small town, we have some of the best drummers I have ever seen except the top pros...that is the one thing going for Cornwall, that and we live on the St. Lawerence.

The Sonor S Class shells are the same as my Designer Ebony minus the ebony innear ply, which makes a huge difference. Wicked sounding drums.

Cheers.

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for my Birch SQ2.
4 piece Ebony outside, Scandinavian birch inside
18x20 medium bass
15x15 medium floor
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...and here it is....
I don't like this kit at all.

It is WAY TO BEAUTIFUL to be a drum set. There has to be a catch somewhere.

I mean, you hit the damn thing with sticks!!!! Be careful.

All joking aside, this is simply amazing. I think I would pass out if I saw the kit in person!!!!!

Enjoy it and do not let children any where near her.
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I don't like this kit at all.

It is WAY TO BEAUTIFUL to be a drum set. There has to be a catch somewhere.

I mean, you hit the damn thing with sticks!!!! Be careful.

All joking aside, this is simply amazing. I think I would pass out if I saw the kit in person!!!!!

Enjoy it and do not let children any where near her.
Thanks! No kids to worry about, just a puppy that likes to chew things.
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Old 06-04-2008, 02:55 PM
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Just some updates to the kit.

Gave them a MAJOR cleaning. I took all the hardware off including the lugs, cleaned the shells with a 100% cotton micro fiber damn with soap and water, soaked the lugs, tension rods and rims in soapy warm water, dried them very well. Assembled it all back together. Cleaned all my stands and my cymbals. The cymbals weren't cleaned yet in the pics.













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without all the mic stands and clutter -


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Beautiful kit and your band sounds great!
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WOW! I'm a huge sonor fan, and after seeing all these designer series and sq2s, etc.... I'm frightened to post pics of my Force 3003! :D

Some G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S sets up here...!
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Man! I haven't blinked once while looking through this thread! =p
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Could someone post a picture of 2 mounted toms on a stand that have 2 inches in between them, for instance,....an 8x10 and a 10x12 .....?? Stupid question, but ... :)
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I posted about my Delites some time ago, finally the pictures:

Sonor Delite in Walnut Roots finish





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This is my force 2007 limited Edition Sonor kit
22" x 17-1/2" bass drum
5-1/2" x 14" snare drum
8" X 7" 10" x 8" 12x10 14x12
16" x 16" floor tom,
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Sonor Delite in Walnut Roots finish





Best. Finish. Ever.... Stunning kit.
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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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All of these are so beautiful.
Makes me jealous.
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Old 08-15-2008, 02:29 AM
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HOLY #($%@ $%@# $ @ #$ % @## $@#% #@$@ Junglelord!! DAMMMM. bee eee ay utiful.........what heads on those toms?????
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Old 08-15-2008, 01:51 PM
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Attack 2 ply medium clear with internal rings, it came that way from Thomas Lang and or Steve Smith. Incredible heads, best I have ever heard.


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Old 08-16-2008, 04:30 AM
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Man... Sonors look so futuristic! I wanna get one after I get my Ludwigs. They would look pretty cool next to each other....
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Some new pics of my Signature kit
Simply beautiful, those tom depths.. lovely.
How much did you pay for it? Did you buy it new?
Can you record a demo of it? I'd love to hear it simply because I'm looking into the possibility of this series.
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updated pictures added a dw piccolo tom.

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there is some serious drum crack here.....
great stuff guy's!
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I agree. I've never seen so many beautiful kits in my life, and man, the finishes on these things are awesome! Me, the only Sonor thing I have (and can afford) is a 3005 maple snare drum. S'ppose it's a start...
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