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Old 02-05-2010, 11:32 AM
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Sonor S-Class Drums on a loaner Gibraltar Rack:
B - 10"(x9") Tom
C - 12"(x10") Tom
D - 14"(x12") Tom
E - 22"(x16") Bass

A - 5x14 Ludwig BB "Brass-On-Brass" Model; 5.5x14 Tama Starclassic Birch


  1. 14" Istanbul Agop Alchemy Rock Hi-Hats
  2. 17" Istanbul Agop Alchemy Rock Custom Crash
  3. 16" Istanbul Agop Alchemy Raw China
  4. 18" Istanbul Agop Traditional China Pang
  5. 22" Istanbul Agop Alchemy Rock Ride
  6. 21" Istanbul Agop Traditional Crash Ride

#2 has been recently replaced by the 18" Istanbul Agop Alchemy Power-X Crash

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Old 02-06-2010, 03:18 AM
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Thats my kit, needs a lot of work, gonna get coated emperors soon. Sonor Force 2007
%100 birch shells, Joey Jordison Signature Snare
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Old 02-07-2010, 05:47 PM
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Nice kit, but do you like your cymbals on angles like that??

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Old 02-10-2010, 12:21 AM
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I Just got this like 2 weeks ago and I'm glad I joined the Sonor family, I love this kit.

PD: Next upgrade: Cymbals and heads (I'm stuck with my zbt's, b8's and stock heads for now lol)
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Old 02-10-2010, 12:57 AM
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Looks pretty similar to my setup, even down to the Cobras lol. I've revised my setup a bit now.

Tried this at first:








And then I ended up putting my ride over the 12":







I've got some new cymbals to replace all but the 16" crash either here or coming in soon, and I've tweaked the setup minorly here and there as well... Maybe once I get everything in I'll take some final shots and update once again lol
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Old 02-10-2010, 01:33 AM
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Yeah pretty much the same =O.

I had all 3 toms separated from the bass drum and much lower than what they are right now, until I got my Iron cobras and I had to tweak the setup a little cus' the linking tube of the IC's was not long enough to satisfy my comfort needs. The Ride, 18" Crash and Splash were all in one stand sitting on the bass drum's (It was pretty comfortable).
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Old 02-10-2010, 09:08 PM
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Sonor S Classix: Walnut roots Finish
24x17.5 BD (stock batter, sonor remo pinstripe reso)
12x9 tom (evans g2 batter, sonor stock reso)
16x16 FT (evans g2 batter, sonor stock reso)

Highwood: Copper Pearl Finish
14x5.5 Steambent solid maple snare (evans reverse centre coated batter head, evans 300 hazy reso, puresound 30 strand snare wire.)

Zildjian:
15" K dark Crash

14" K custom dark hi hats
17" K custom dark crash

19" K custom hybrid china
20" K custom hybird ride

Hardware:

Pearl Demon drive double pedal
tama ergo rider throne
pearl and tama stands.

















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Old 03-03-2010, 02:09 PM
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Hey guys, just want to share with you my gigging kit that took me about 2 years to get up to scratch with hardware and cymbals.

Here it is! A Sonor Force 3007 White sparkle! (8" tom not shown)

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22, 10, 12, 14, 14 (snare)
Misc. hardware
All sabian cymbals except for A-custom splash which i'm changing soon.
Tama iron cobra hi hat stand and double pedals
LP cowbell (need more cowbell!)

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Old 03-03-2010, 09:29 PM
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Sonor Phonic 1982/84

Spec:

Rack toms: 8x8, 10x8, 12x8, 13x9, 14x10, 15x12
Floor toms: 16x16, 18x16
Bass drum: 22x18 (Phonic Plus)
Snare Drums: 14x8 (D518), 14x6,5 (D506)

Cymbals:
Sabian: AA Metal Splash 10", HH Duo Splash 10", HH EQ Hats 13", HH Flat Hats 14", HH Extra Thin Crash 16", HH Medium Crash 16", HH Thin crash 17", HH Viennese 16", HH Chinese 20", HH Classic Ride 21"
Zildjian: A Medium Ride 20"







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Old 03-03-2010, 10:07 PM
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Sonor Phonic...no specs??
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Old 03-07-2010, 04:04 PM
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The post with the specs would be way too long, so he didn't post them :-)
I am not a great fan of 80's kits, but I like this!!

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Old 03-08-2010, 01:07 AM
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SQ2 Heavy Beech 8x14
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Old 03-09-2010, 10:53 PM
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Updated my cymbal setup and arrangement of things a bit:


14" Zildjian A New Beats, I believe from the 90s:




21" Sabian AAX Raw Bell Dry Ride, brilliant finish:





18" Sabian Xs20 Crash/Ride:





17" Zildjian A Custom Projection Crash:





And now a bunch of pictures of the final setup:

















And now some pictures of me playing it :D lol:

















yayyyyyyyyyy
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Old 04-12-2010, 02:16 AM
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Old 04-17-2010, 08:52 PM
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Here are my SQ2's just got the 10 and 14 the other day, the 14 was supposed to be a floor, but what the hey, I'm lucky I got them, the dealer went out of business and didn't pay for them, Sonor hooked me up! all medium birch scandi inside strata out, 10x10, 12x12, 15x14, 16x16, 20x20, brady 6.5x14 and 7x12 jarrah ply snares, paiste dimensions, sound formula and mark I ride. The new toms (10 and 14) are not quite as nice looking the strata print is sloppier and fatter but I'm just happy I got them. They sound phenomenal, my favorite sonors were always lites, these sound like my old scandi lites on roids!









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Old 04-17-2010, 11:26 PM
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Pcastag, couldn't you have picked a more ugly finish? And the square sizes are ridiculous, sorry. I would have bought a delite or s classix and be happy with it.
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:29 AM
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That's OK, you definitely won't have to bother playing them! I guess I could've bought an s-classix in this finish since this ugly ass finish is offered as a standard finish but then again, I wouldn't have these stupid ass square sizes that all the signature and phonic pluses were made in. Geez what a jerk!
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Old 04-18-2010, 06:14 AM
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Hello pcastag,

I'm lovin' that strata finish!

Question for you: I noticed that the Sonor paddle logo is not centered on the bass like the rest of the drums. Was this Sonor's doing, or did you request it?

I realize that space must remain for a tom-holder if desired, but the badge is located near the drum's edge.

Regardless, that's a nice kit, and those square sizes remind me of the Link-era drums -- pure thunder!


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Old 04-18-2010, 03:12 PM
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That's where the logo was put in the factory , not by request, I think it's maybe so if you put the track mount tom holder it's still visible. The extra depth does make the toms pretty big sounding, but I think it's still fairly controlled with the birch shells.
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Old 04-18-2010, 09:49 PM
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That's where the logo was put in the factory , not by request, I think it's maybe so if you put the track mount tom holder it's still visible. The extra depth does make the toms pretty big sounding, but I think it's still fairly controlled with the birch shells.
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Ahhh...good point. I was thinking about the mount that accompanies the S-Classix' and Delite's, but I forgot about the track mount.
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:13 PM
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Very nice looking kit pcastag!....I was always a fan of the sonorlite scandinavian finish drums (noticed your interior finish)...almost bought a set back in the 80's..opted for the phonic plus's instead (mainly for the roadworthiness [wrap finish] and price)...anyways, nice looking kit..I'm sure it sounds great!
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:58 PM
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Another Sonormuseum convert! Welcome to drummerworld, pcastag.
Love the SQ2 birch.
Let's hope Scott gets the Museum up and running soon. I'm having withdrawals.

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Old 04-19-2010, 01:43 AM
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damnnnn apart from the rack tom and bass drum sizes and cymbals i think you have my dream kit pcastag. i think i am gonna have to take it off your hands...............whether thats by force or not its up to you :D haha
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Old 04-19-2010, 03:16 AM
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Schmidt,

You have your bass drum spurs backwards. If you reverse them your bass drum will stay pu a lot better.



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Old 04-20-2010, 04:16 AM
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Hey guys, Sorry i know this isn't the proper section but i want to get Sonor Owners to answer the question for me!

There are Force 3007's going for 649.95(like 655 CDN) thats w/o hardware, and there is a Sonor Special Edition going for $699(705 CDN?) with sonor 200 series hardware. I'm not a pro drummer or even semi-pro drummer by any means, i just play with my friends and we do occasional shows and are currently recording. I want to know it would be best to get the 3007's and buy a separate hardware pack or to get the special editions? Also to you 3007 owners, Is the 14" floor tom deep? because i prefer deeper floor toms but i like the sound of 8" rack toms( can't find a set with 16" floor and 8" rack :( )

Thanks!! And again i apologize to those of you who are pissed because i posted in the show off your drums thread!!

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Old 04-20-2010, 01:09 PM
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The 3007's are better shells, they are solid maple, I thinkt he special ediations are like a 1007 shell, cheaper wood. I don't have a 14 on mine, just a 10, 12, 16, but they sound great, for the price I would go with the3007 and buy a hardwae pack, great sounding kit that you can definitely gig with.
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Old 04-20-2010, 02:25 PM
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The 3007's are better shells, they are solid maple, I thinkt he special ediations are like a 1007 shell, cheaper wood.
Special editions can be any of the Force series, but they have unusual sizes, finishes or setups (virgin kick drums or unusual tom combinations). For example:

http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/sh...d.php?t=205988
http://www.birminghamdrumcentre.co.u...productid=3505
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Old 04-20-2010, 04:43 PM
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Ahh ok, makes sense, so it's probably a force 2007 then since it's 699 with a 200 series HW pack :P

I liked it better though because it had a silver sparkle(look rocking IMO) and it had a 2 up 2 down configuration!

Oh well i still have to sell my current kit first! Too much time to think :P

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Old 04-22-2010, 07:37 AM
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Seeing some pretty nice kits, I had to register myself and add to the pr0n collection C:
Sonor Force 3005 in red maple

My kit is almost complete, just missing an 18" and 14" Floor floor tom. Someone should hit me up if they have one
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Old 05-01-2010, 09:00 PM
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Sonor S Classix: Walnut roots Finish
24x17.5 BD (stock batter, sonor remo pinstripe reso)
12x9 tom (evans g2 batter, sonor stock reso)
16x16 FT (evans g2 batter, sonor stock reso)

Highwood: Copper Pearl Finish
14x5.5 Steambent solid maple snare (evans reverse centre coated batter head, evans 300 hazy reso, puresound 30 strand snare wire.)

Zildjian:
15" K dark Crash

14" K custom dark hi hats
17" K custom dark crash

19" K custom hybrid china
20" K custom hybird ride

Hardware:

Pearl Demon drive double pedal
tama ergo rider throne
pearl and tama stands.

















congratulations sir, that is beautiful!!
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Old 05-02-2010, 12:02 AM
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I agree, Khaine88's kit is one of the nicest on the site in my opinion, perfect setup all round :]
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:53 AM
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My SClassix in Ebony, 12x9,16x16,24x17.5, SonorLite 14x7.25


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Old 05-11-2010, 02:58 AM
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Without a doubt, this is the sexiest finish I've seen on theis forum.

Specs please!!

and does your kit have it's own thread?

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Does anyone know where to get Sonor labels / decals for the bass drum head?
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Old 05-11-2010, 07:19 PM
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WOW!! Fantastic kit!!!!!

Yes, specs please (10-14-16-22??).
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Old 05-18-2010, 04:08 AM
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Phonic 10x8, Phonic Plus 13x13+18x19, Force 3000 14x6.5


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Old 05-18-2010, 02:09 PM
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The specs of my Sonor SQ2 kit are:

BD 22x 18
SD 14x 5.5
TT 10x 8
ST1 14x 14
ST2 16x 16

finish: palisander

my kit doesn't has it's own thread.. shall I open one?

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my kit doesn't has it's own thread.. shall I open one?

Please do! That kit is just completely gorgeous, more than worthy of its own thread,
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