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Old 04-17-2008, 03:20 PM
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My Snare Collection


FAT BOY
DW Neil Peart Edge
Drum Workshop introduced a special Collector's Series Edge snare drum.
DW Edge 30TH Anniversary Neil Peart snare
14X6 Brass center/Maple Rings
24 Karat Gold hardware
10 lugs
The Neil Peart Edge snare drum features
DW’s exclusive brass and maple Edge design.
that includes Rush’s famous “Starman” logo and
is finished to match Neil’s own kit in Black Mirra
Lacquer finish with 24-karat gold hardware and
DW's new Delta ball-bearing throw-off.




HEAVY METAL
Spirit of 2002 6.5X14
Shell: 2002 Bronze, from recycled cymbals, seamless cast bronze
Lathing: similar to cymbals
Finish: baked enamel
Hoops: gold plated zinc, die cast Lug Material: solid brass, tumbled & peened finish, 5/8" Hexagonal
Snares: Pure Sound Percussion
Strainer: 42 SnappyWire and Dunnett R Throwoff in Gold


Pic with the older original throwoff....UGLY.


After the Maker Over...now thats the Midas Touch!



BONHAM
Sonor Signature Bubinga Heavy HLD 580 14X8
12mm Beech
Diecast Hoops
12 lugs
Parallel Drop Strainer



MISS EBONY/ FIVE STAR
Sonor Maple Light Designer shell 6.4mm with innear and outer Ebony 14X5, 10 Lugs Diecast Rims


MR SOLID
Canopus Solid Zelkova 14X6.5, 8 Lugs Canopus Rims and Snare




Delta V
Dunnett Titanium 14X6.5
Ultra thin titanium shell in RAW finish, wide snare beds,
non-vented, 8-classic chrome tube lugs,
Nickel Drumworks Strainer, 42 strand snappy snares, 2.3mm Triple flanged hoops





WILDTHING
The Joshuatree Purpleheart/Paduk Stave 14X5
Diecast top/triple flange bottom
.5 inch thick
10 lugs brass rods
sounds like Stuart Copelands from the Police





JUNGLELORD
My Zebrawood Stave by SMD drums 13X5 .5" Thick.
Diecast Hoops all in Gold
.5 inches thick
8 lugs and tension rods all in gold
Sounds similar to the DW Edge, I assume thats due to the high silica content of the Zebrawood that gives it a nice brass sound






I hope one day to get THIS LAST ONE!

Sonor HLD 590 Bell Bronze

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Old 04-17-2008, 03:24 PM
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Nice junglelord, I have a Sonor SQ 2 kit.
I especially enjoy looking at your vintage Sonor Signature kit.
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:32 PM
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Thats the new home for my Spirit of 2002. I am really glad with this combination. Its a great fit. Heavy Metal. No wonder drummers drool!
PS I don't sit on that stool. I use a Pearl Roadster.

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Seriously sweet collection..........I want to one day get the neil peart edge. I coulda had it for Christmas but opted for my Gretsch set, maybe next year.
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:39 PM
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This is as close as I am to an SQ2. My Sonor Five Star Ebony Designer, 1 of 25, but the only one played by Thomas Lang and Steve Smith.
I placed an order for the 8" tom, still waiting on that due to SQ2 orders no doubt....LOL!




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Old 04-17-2008, 03:40 PM
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How secure is your home?
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:41 PM
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Seriously sweet collection..........I want to one day get the neil peart edge. I coulda had it for Christmas but opted for my Gretsch set, maybe next year.
I feel, at least to me that the DW Peart Edge is my favorite of the collection. I feel that the Five Star snare plays the way the DW does. Both have an incredible response to the stick with just the right amount of sizzel and decay.

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Old 04-17-2008, 03:43 PM
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:55 PM
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[quote=junglelord;431146]Very Secure, Meet Conan
Boxer/Dalmation


The boxer in him, I'm sure makes him a lovable sweetie that would hurt a fly.. The Jeff Ocheltree.. how bout a trade with an old slighlty, very slightly pitted TAMA steel snare?

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Old 04-17-2008, 04:05 PM
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When I am with him, yes he is a baby, but people tell me when they come to the house and I am not home, he is a very different dog. They say no one in their right mind would try to get in. Thats a good thing I guess. I never trained him to be agressive, ever. In fact when he got bit by another dog three weeks ago (idiot agressive dog with an idiot agressive owner, proving yet again that dogs are like their owners, but thats another story) he never did a thing! I am very proud of my boy. He looks Pitbull and thats bad press so not being a dog to fight is very important to me. I actually carry papers to prove he is not a Pitbull. Plus he's got balls. Testicles are a good thing.
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Snare addiction??
You`ve got beauties! And one which I looked at tghe most of the time: You`ve got a Canopus solid snare drum?? How it is? What`s your opinion about Canopus?
I just looked at a few Canopus drum kits and snare drums, they look and sound so good!!

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Oh...My...God...
Adopt me?

Seriously great stuff, can I come over and play?
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That collection is just incredible. Just wow.

The Dunnet snare is by far my favourite. Such an awesome finish, raw titanium!
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:49 AM
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Snare addiction??
You`ve got beauties! And one which I looked at tghe most of the time: You`ve got a Canopus solid snare drum?? How it is? What`s your opinion about Canopus?
I just looked at a few Canopus drum kits and snare drums, they look and sound so good!!

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Old 04-18-2008, 12:52 AM
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That collection is just incredible. Just wow.

The Dunnet snare is by far my favourite. Such an awesome finish, raw titanium!
I would say the Dunnett is the quietest snare, (snare on), out of the collection. Not to say its not loud or does not project well. Probably due to the 2 ply head on it that its at the bottom on that count (it came that way, not my choice, and I never changed it yet, I am curious to what it will sound like with a new head on there which its time for that so lets not make that an emphatic statement as comparisons for now).

I currently am using it as third snare with the snare off on the left side of the Ebony kit to the left of the Five Star and under the Dejembie. Its a perfect tribal sound like that and seems louder that way...weird.

I used to use it for late 60's rock and it was perfect for that. Nice snare for sure and something I wanted for a long time. Plus mine has a cool name, DELTA V, I like that, sounds like a rock snare!

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Woah.... That's the snare collection Jesus would own.
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That's a pretty damn enviable snare collection, I think I'd be happy with any one of those beauties.

So which is your favourite (if such a decision can be made)?
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Incredible collection of snares! I would have a hard time deciding which one to play.

Also I would have to always play clear heads on those beautiful Sonor drums of yours! The finish on the inside of those toms are so nice on both of them I would hate to cover them up with white or coated heads.
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Old 04-18-2008, 11:29 AM
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WOW, you have a great snare collection! The Sonor Signature drums are fantastic, aren't they?

I remember playing a Bell Bronze 14x4 that was sent to me on loan/trial. It was a really beautiful instrument: warm, versatile, beautifully made. (I think that was when Sonor used the seamless construction method on their metal snare drums.) I can only imagine what a 14x8 Bell Bronze would sound like - even more special than the 4" I guess, with more volume and body; and that parallel snare action...

The 2002 and Zelkova snares are legend, too. I've read and heard so many good things about these, but haven't played or heard either "live". I have a Peart model in my collection, and I am pleased and also a little intrigued that you rate it over both the "custom" 2002 and Zelkova.

Can I ask you to please describe the overall sound characteristics of the 2002 and Zelkova against the dw? Oh, where's the Brady (lol)?

PS I like the "security system". My retriever howls when I play the drums at home - makes me feel self-conscious, the mutt...Thanks for posting the pics. Again, truly awesome.
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:34 PM
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That's amazing. Those snares are the drumming equivalent of owning an Aston Martin DBS, a Bentley Continental GT, a Porsche 911 turbo, a Jaguar XK and a Bugatti Veyron.

And I really like both your Sonor kits too. Jo-jo Mayer played on a kit similar to your Ebony Designer when he did a workshop here and it was a thing of rare beauty.
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Old 04-18-2008, 12:55 PM
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Oh to have such disposable income.....

it's a shame I have to waste all my money on such frivoloties as "Heating" & "Food"....



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Old 04-18-2008, 01:23 PM
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I like the DW Peart Edge the best due to the stick response. It seems to play itself. The Sonor Five Star is the most like that or equal to that. The 2002 and the Canopus are equal minus 1%. As far as dynamic acoustic sound its a much harder and more personal thing that must serve the music as much as the player in that respect. I think I like the sound of the 2002 the best. Yeah I need a Brady (like I need a hole in the head, LOL) but the Canopus came my way first. I never got into expensive drums till after I broke my neck and I think its all about healing both spiritual and physical. I tried to buy snare drums that would hold their value and would give me a wide range of options. The DW was my first expensive purchase. I was still working after my accident at the time so I dedicated my extra money to drums for several years. I am now no longer able to work or afford expensive stuff so I am glad I did what I did when I still had a chance. Now I use these babies to stay healthy and happy. I do not take anything for granted as I have lived through 7 near death episodes between my rare blood disease (I am a clotter) and being a walking paraplegic (broke my neck in three places and should have died and never should have walked but being a large bodybuilder saved my life) The Riddle of Steel.
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Old 04-18-2008, 08:29 PM
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What would be really perfect is a Five Star Sonor Designer in a 14X6.5 Dimension. Then that would probably be my favorite both sound and stick action. I hope to get one. I thought it better to have the 5 since I had several 6.5 snares and I planned on it being a side snare. After playing my first Designer snare I think that you would be hard pressed to top that snare with any snare I own or have tried to date if I had it in the deeper dimensions, it would be my main snare for sure, but then where would I put that DW?

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That 14" by 8" is a beast. The 'heavy metal' looks very different.
Quality snares.

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DW DOES NOT SUPPORT THEFT IN ANY WAY!


ehm, i was scoping out your house on google earth. fancy atd system..


whats the passcode so i can "bring" some "cocktail mix" to your house for our "partry" where i "pretend" to steal your drums
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Old 04-19-2008, 02:42 AM
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That 14" by 8" is a beast. The 'heavy metal' looks very different.
Quality snares.

Tom
The Sonor Signature Heavy 14X8 has the Parallel Drop Mechanism and is the most amazing of the snares. It can sound like a piccalo or a deep body beast. The over engineered strainer is able to take the drum to any direction without chokeing. Its a wonder to play but I personally play better on triple flange rims then diecast. For me this is the one reason I do not have this as my favorite drum. If i had triple flange on top, oh man would I like that snare more then any snare. I hope to switch that up one day.

The 2002 (heavy metal) is a wet dream to the ears. Not pingy, or like any other metal snare I have ever tried. It might be a one horse pony but oh what a ride. My personal favorite for its own signature sound. Weighs a ton and is perfect for Zep music on a Signature kit....man I love my drums....DROOL. I am so blessed. Thanks a lot guys.
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Wow, what a great collection of snares. There are snare collections posted here but they typically don't have anything this exotic, diverse or downright freaky. I've noticed you have an eye for exotic stuff, as do I.

Your drum sets are also unusual. The bubinga set looks a lot like my ironwood - they are both very dense Australian hardwoods. The makassar is very flamboyant but classy.

Good work and enjoy playing!
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Very kind words, especially from yourself. Your kit is one of my personal favorites of all time. I am humbled. Thanks for the nice comments everyone. I have been offered a Sonor Designer Five Star 14X6.5 for the Zelkova. Not sure on that one but its a kind offer. Any views on a move like that on a collection like this? I imagine most would say No.

I myself am undecided right now. I really love the Zelkova. However I truly feel that Sonor makes the best drums in the world. I like deeper snares. I know I would probably like the deeper Ebony more then any snare I own. Tough decision.
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Old 04-21-2008, 04:10 PM
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I am keeping the Zelkova and I believe the Universe will have a 5 Star 6.5" for me when the time is right. I had a awsome member of the Sonor forum offer to help me finish my Five Star. Its quite the brotherhood us drummers have.
Cheers.
Make that two too go.....LOL
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I am keeping the Zelkova and I believe the Universe will have a 5 Star 6.5" for me when the time is right. I had a awsome member of the Sonor forum offer to help me finish my Five Star. Its quite the brotherhood us drummers have.
Cheers.
Make that two too go.....LOL
I think it would be cool to have a snare collection that had one sample representing each construction type: natural whole wood (solid shell), steambent, stave, plastic, carbon fiber, steel, brass, aluminum, wood composite (ply and particle board). You are the closest I have ever seen to anyone doing that. Most snare collections here are just minor variations of ply, with nothing really radical about them.
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Old 04-22-2008, 01:47 AM
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Yes an SQ2 Acrylic comes to mind, a Craviotto, a Tempus, Timeless Timber and that Kauri wood for a Ancient Snare to beat all time. That would almost complete it. Need a Ludwig Bonham snare too.

Darn, thats 8 to go.....
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Just gave this snare and stand to my son for his birthday
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Still no Magnesium snare ;)
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"one to go"...

Famous last words!!
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Inheritance of Vintage Sonor Percussion


I talked it over with my son and told him I am giving him my HLD 580 14x8 snare drum. I think he almost crapped his pants....LOL> I told him I would rather he have it now, then after I pass, and that I would love to hear his band with that snare. Its got a hard case and a new home. He decided to go out and get insurance on his belongings. I think its great to have wonderful children, and evern cooler to make them so happy.

I had just given him a Stave snare but he really needed a main snare of a different design. I told him keep the stave as side snare....I think he felt light headed....LOL
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"one to go"...

Famous last words!!
LOL. Yeah, we believe you.

I'm selling off some stuff so I can get just one more too.

Nice drums BTW.
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Well since I just gave two to my son, I think its safe to keep it in the family...but technically I think I have more snare drums then you can shake a stick at....LOL
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Old 06-19-2008, 05:06 AM
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Wow thats a pretty nice collection youve got there
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What would you be willing to pay for a HLD 590?I have one in perfect condition with a matching stand.What is that worth?retail for stand and drum is $2500.
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First of all, I am pleased to see that cheap Dunnett strainer was replaced on that lovely drum.

I fail to understand how a DW drum sneaked into that collection. But to each his own.

Your Sonor kits are wonderful. I own plenty of Sonor snares but have never had a Sonor kit. Mainly because I got stuck representing Pearl for so long.

Do you want to sell your Sonor bubinga snare? If so, how much?

You can have a look at some of my gear at this thread: http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...+of+my+gear+wy

It is not all up yet. I will one day get around to it. There are hundreds more instruments to post. Let me know what you think.
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