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Old 03-04-2011, 02:16 PM
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Default I got me some snares........

I've built this collection up over the last 6 years, initially I had the Ludwig Snare in the Chrome wrap and then got another kit with the Pearl Mirror Steel and then bought the Piccalo and that's how it stayed for 10 years until I saw a Chad Snare, and then it went a tad ballistic....................

Animal Custom Drums Birch 14x8



Rockett Drumworks/RCI Atomic Bomb acrylic 14x6



Pearl Chad Smith Signature Snare 14x5.5



Tama Warlord Valkyrie style Maple 13x6



Pearl Piccalo Steel 13x3



Highwood Paul Brooke Memorial Snare 14x5.5



Pearl Mirror Steel Chrome Shell 14x5.5



Ludwig Rocker Snare circa 1989 14x6



Same Ludwig snare rewrapped with a Remo Vintage batter head



Mapex Mayan Steel 14x6



DW Neil Peart R30 Starman Edge 14x6



Mapex 10th Anniversary Maple 14x6



And its younger sister 10x6



OCDP Maple Red Sparkle 13x6



Tama Pat Torpey Signature Brass 14x6



Animal Custom Drums Maple with White Oyster Wrap 14x6



Sonor Phil Rudd Signature Steel 14x5



DW Collectors Series Edge in Black Rain wrap 14x6



Mapex Maple with Elm Burl and Walnut inner Ply 14x5



Mapex Saturn Maple with Walnut inner ply in Galaxy Fade Wrap 14x5.5



Mapex Tribal Steel 14x6



Mapex Stinger Steel 10x6



Mapex Orion Exotic 14x5.5



Animal Custom Drums Birch in Orange Glitter Wrap 12x5



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Old 03-04-2011, 02:24 PM
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Thanks for such lovely photos. Nice collection. :)
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Old 03-04-2011, 03:11 PM
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Wow beautiful snares man!
How do you like the Mapex Maple with Elm Burl and Walnut inner Ply 14x5?
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Nice collection!!

I see you have an appreciation for custom built snares as well. I have 40 snares at the moment and one of my favorites is from Carolina Drumworks. And i have some high end snares from Craviotto and Joyful Noise etc. Check them out. Jeff is extremely knowledgable. He's currently working on a second snare for me.
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Old 03-05-2011, 02:09 AM
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Nice...nice...
Now where's the Supraphonic?
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holy HECK man! that's quite impressive. those black panters are gorgeous. how does the green acrylic drum sound? that thing looks wicked.
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Old 03-05-2011, 02:49 AM
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Wow!!!! What a beautiful collection. I gotta ask what is your absolute favorite, or perhaps which do you play most? Or does it change with genre and venue? I would just be overwhelmed with the choices, and it would seem a sin not to play all of em.
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Old 03-05-2011, 03:38 AM
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Thats some hawt drum pron! Thanks!
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Old 03-05-2011, 03:44 AM
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You certainly do Got You Some Snares :D
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Old 03-05-2011, 03:53 AM
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Nice.... a beautiful collection !
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I have that same Mapex Black Panther Elm burl snare too. It's sounds so fantastic! What do you think about it?
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Old 03-05-2011, 04:44 PM
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Awesome collection man! From looks alone, my favorites were the mapex mayan steel, mapex tribal steel, rewrapped ludwig, DW Edge, and Tama Warlord.
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Also if you don't mind me asking, but how much did that atomic bomb snare cost?
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Old 03-06-2011, 07:46 PM
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Also if you don't mind me asking, but how much did that atomic bomb snare cost?
x2 also where did you buy it? its amazing!

Really nice collection though! :)

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Old 03-07-2011, 11:29 AM
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Default Re: I got me some snares........

Damn and my mother said to me when I went to buy a new snare "You already have 2 I think they are enough"...
Great collection!!!
How does the Rockett Drumworks/RCI Atomic Bomb acrylic 14x6 sound by the way?
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Old 03-07-2011, 02:30 PM
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Default Re: I got me some snares........

Thank you all for your kind words, I really appreciate it, thank you.

I'll try to answer some of your collective questions...........

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Wow beautiful snares man!
How do you like the Mapex Maple with Elm Burl and Walnut inner Ply 14x5?
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I have that same Mapex Black Panther Elm burl snare too. It's sounds so fantastic! What do you think about it?
I'm a fan of the Black Panther series, more notably the series before the present one. The Maple with Elm burl and Walnut inner Ply sounds superb with the right head on it, at the moment I think it has an Evans Genera HD Dry. It's one of my gigging snares.

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Nice collection!!

I see you have an appreciation for custom built snares as well. I have 40 snares at the moment and one of my favorites is from Carolina Drumworks. And i have some high end snares from Craviotto and Joyful Noise etc. Check them out. Jeff is extremely knowledgable. He's currently working on a second snare for me.
Thank you, my collection is just over 30 at the moment. I do love custom snares, but I'm in the process of building my own from custom parts from a builder friend of mine. I'm buying a shell and all the gubbins and gonna build it myself. Separate thred to this one needed me thinks :o)

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Nice...nice...
Now where's the Supraphonic?
Thanks. Once I get the Supraphonic, I won't need to add anymore snares to my collection so that will be the last snare I purchase....ever :o)

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holy HECK man! that's quite impressive. those black panters are gorgeous. how does the green acrylic drum sound? that thing looks wicked.
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Also if you don't mind me asking, but how much did that atomic bomb snare cost?
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Damn and my mother said to me when I went to buy a new snare "You already have 2 I think they are enough"...
Great collection!!!
How does the Rockett Drumworks/RCI Atomic Bomb acrylic 14x6 sound by the way?
The green acrylic snare cost me $500 delivered but that was at a time when the pound was vastly up against the dollar (1.7 USD to 1 GBP) and I got it delivered for under 300 and I bought it directly from Rikki Rockett too. I got in contact with Rikki via a mutual friend (into British motorbikes) and we converesed and Rikki took payment and got it sent to me from the USA.

It sounds really powerful with no overtone to it, just a thwack and that's it. Although I've only ever gigged this with a clear Remo Pinstripe. I used it with a metal band I was once in and one of the guitarists fell in love with it so it was gigged and rehearsed with them for quite a while.

These Atomic Bomb snares occasionally appear on Ebay, I missed a clear one by 10 a few months ago, I would've made that one my gigging snare due to the story behind the green one.

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Wow!!!! What a beautiful collection. I gotta ask what is your absolute favorite, or perhaps which do you play most? Or does it change with genre and venue? I would just be overwhelmed with the choices, and it would seem a sin not to play all of em.
I do get overwhelemed with the choice sometimes, but I do only have 8 or so gigging snares.

The Black Rain Edge snare is my trustworthy gigging snare of the moment. I also have a Solid wood Oak stave from DW (not pictured yet) that I adore playing. I'll try and pin it down for you......

Preferred Gigging Metal Snare - Hand Hammered Brass Black Panther (Not Pictured Yet)
Favourite Metal Snare - Tama Pat Torpey Signature Snare (it sounds amazing, can't wait to record with it)

Preferred Wooden Gigging Snare - Animal White Oyster
Favourite Wooden Snare - Toss up between the Maple with Elm Burl and Walnut Inner Ply BP and another BP, Cherry Wood with gold hardware (also not pictured yet)

Overall favourite, has to be the DW Edge snare for all round versatility, and it also works hand in hand with a DW Black Rain popcorn snare (again, not pictured), these two snares are my current gigging line-up.

I do have snares that I can't gig with due to their rarity and price, which is a travesty but I cannot afford to gig them in case they get "lifted", all the Neil Peart snares, the Tama Warlord and the Animal 14x8 Birch as it's more than a one off, its the first of the Artemis line. It was awarded to me for coming up witht he name for a retail range of drums by Animal Custom Drums.

Like I said, more photos to follow, if the sun is out this weekend, I'll make sure I get the camera out.

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Old 03-07-2011, 02:42 PM
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Very nice, my friend.
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what an awesome collection man!!! And your Mapex 10th Anniversary Maple 14x6 is a piece of jewellery... how does it sound???
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Old 03-14-2011, 03:12 PM
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what an awesome collection man!!! And your Mapex 10th Anniversary Maple 14x6 is a piece of jewellery... how does it sound???
Thank you, it sounds very warm and has a lovely tone to match.
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Old 03-14-2011, 03:24 PM
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Default I got me some more snares........

Mapex Black Panther "Blaster" 13x7

My latest snare and I gigged it just this weekend gone and I've fallen in love with it, very powerful yet mellow and the overtones are lovely. I'm a big fan of letting a snare drum ring and this one RRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNGGGGGSS SSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!




Mapex Black Panther "Cherrywood" 14x5.5




Ludwig Elements SE Cherry and Gum Wood hybrid 14x4(I think)




DW Stave in Californian Red Oakwood 14x6




Mapex Black Panther Maple 14x8




DW Maple "Black Rain" 10x6 Popcorn




DW Neil Peart VLT Maple with Walnut Burl and Sycamore inlay 14x6




DW Neil Peart VLT Birdseye Maple with Walnut inlay 14x6




DW Neil Peart Red Snake and Arrows with Gold leaf logos Maple 14x6




Mapex Black Panther "Hammered" Brass 14x6

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WOW...ozz...I'm glad I don't have that many snares! I'd be too distracted with all of the amazing sounds at my disposal - I might have to try and play them all, every night. Beautiful and unique collection!

So, you've obviously got great tastes. What do you think of the Mapex snares in general? How do they compare to say, any of your DW snares? Do they project an unique character? I've heard others here describe Mapex snares as "boring" and "lacking in character"..."nothing special", etc. I've never played one myself, so I'm curious. They LOOK beautiful and sound great to me on YouTube vids, etc.
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Not sure how I missed this, but wow - what a collection!

Big Black Panther snare fan here - sadly I have just 4!
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Old 03-29-2011, 03:46 PM
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WOW...ozz...I'm glad I don't have that many snares! I'd be too distracted with all of the amazing sounds at my disposal - I might have to try and play them all, every night. Beautiful and unique collection!

So, you've obviously got great tastes. What do you think of the Mapex snares in general? How do they compare to say, any of your DW snares? Do they project an unique character? I've heard others here describe Mapex snares as "boring" and "lacking in character"..."nothing special", etc. I've never played one myself, so I'm curious. They LOOK beautiful and sound great to me on YouTube vids, etc.
I find the Black Panther snares to be of good quality build, excellent tone and the exotic materils they're made f make the snares very unique but affordable.

You can't compare snares against each other as every snare has its own unique character, even if you lined three of the same snare model together, they would all sound different to a degree.

I'm a Black Panther fan, I have 11 BP's and each one a character in they're own but the Blaster is the snare of the moment, so versatile, tuned low for phat rock, and high for funk..... exceptional.

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Not sure how I missed this, but wow - what a collection!

Big Black Panther snare fan here - sadly I have just 4!
Thanks mate. What BP's do you have?
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Thanks mate. What BP's do you have?
Black Panthers are:
Blaster 13x7"
Steel Mayan / Aztec 14x5.5"
Natural Maple 10x5.5"

I just sold the Bird's Eye 14x5.5", a great snare though.

I also have these two stunning snares:-
Gretsch Rosewood 14x8" Power Snare that I bought new in 1985
Pearl Birch DLX 14x8" (formely belonged to Phil Collins)

There is also a Mapex V Series 14x5.5", which is surprisingly good!
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Black Panthers are:
Blaster 13x7"
Steel Mayan / Aztec 14x5.5"
Natural Maple 10x5.5"

I just sold the Bird's Eye 14x5.5", a great snare though.

I also have these two stunning snares:-
Gretsch Rosewood 14x8" Power Snare that I bought new in 1985
Pearl Birch DLX 14x8" (formely belonged to Phil Collins)

There is also a Mapex V Series 14x5.5", which is surprisingly good!
Very nice collection.

I'm looking at selling some of my snares, not entirely made up my mind yet but those ones I'm thinking of selling are because they're not used and/or I've fallen out of love with them due to better snares in the collection.
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Nice drums Ozz! I like that Ludwig Elements SE Cherry and Gum Wood hybrid.

And you're going to stop when you get the Supra? suure ya will....;)
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Ozz: I'm looking for a wood shell snare with a dry tone and a nice crack to it. I'm sort of loving that Mapex Elm Burl. Would that fit the bill, or if not, which Mapex would you recommend? Thanks.
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Favourite Metal Snare - Tama Pat Torpey Signature Snare (it sounds amazing, can't wait to record with it)
How did you get a Pat Torpey signature? I thought those were Japan-exclusive?

Any advice on how to get one is appreciated!
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VERY nice snares! I like the Rockett! All those Dw snares, I am jaelous! Especially some of those Peart snares!

I like your collection of different woods. Not all maple or birch, great variety!

I love the look of the Hammered Brass!

I thought I had a snare problem with four!
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You should stop when you get an original black beauty!

Supraphonic! I think we all want one....
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Only one Sonor and no Yamahas.....tsk tsk....





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Well I did have a small 10" Steel popcorn but with the Mapex Stinger, it was kind of duplicated. I sold the 10" Yamaha to a friend who needed a cheap popcorn steel snare.

I do want more Sonor's though!!! And yes, a yamaha is a must.

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You should stop when you get an original black beauty!

Supraphonic! I think we all want one....
Why stop at perfection? The real ultimate is to make your own snare, which I'm in the process of right now..... watch this space.

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VERY nice snares! I like the Rockett! All those Dw snares, I am jaelous! Especially some of those Peart snares!

I like your collection of different woods. Not all maple or birch, great variety!

I love the look of the Hammered Brass!

I thought I had a snare problem with four!
Thanks mate :o)

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How did you get a Pat Torpey signature? I thought those were Japan-exclusive?

Any advice on how to get one is appreciated!
Ha ha!!!! Sorry, but that was my reaction............... Yes indeed the Pat snare is only exclusive to Japan. Its a bit of a story, and impressive, but............

I'm a moderator on another drum forum and have interviewed, via email some world class drummers, and I noticed that Mr Big were going to play a one off date in the UK so I got a ticket. A couple of weeks beforehand, I contacted Pat through his website to ask if there was any chance of an interview, he told me that if time permitted then cool. He emailled me the morning of the gig to say be at the venue for 1pm and we can talk. Now I've never interviewed anyone face to face, let alone anyone of drumming pedigree like Pat Torpey!!

So I was a bit wide-eyed walking into the venue, cut to the end of the interview and he showed me round the kit he was playing, and I went straight for the snare and he told me that Tama had asked him to give them specs for his own signature snare and they got it sorted for him and he told me that they are exclusive to Japan and "You can't even by these babies in the USA!!". He played the drums, I took some photos and shook his hand and was invited to hang around to watch the soundcheck, just me the sound-desk operator and Mr Big.................. Humble!!!!

I watched the gig and thought..... "Hmmmmmm, I have a mission on my hands!!!"

I contacted a vendor in Japan who was more than friendly and willing to send me the snare. One Paypal payment later and the snare was mine two weeks later.

PM me and we can swap email adds and I'll forward the email to you if you want.

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Ozz: I'm looking for a wood shell snare with a dry tone and a nice crack to it. I'm sort of loving that Mapex Elm Burl. Would that fit the bill, or if not, which Mapex would you recommend? Thanks.
The Elm burl will certainly fit the bill, as would the Cherry Black Panther, it comes with die-cast hoops which tend to give the snare a dry sound but the cherry gives it some crack and tone. And the cherry will redden over time too, should look even lovelier in a few years time.


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Nice drums Ozz! I like that Ludwig Elements SE Cherry and Gum Wood hybrid.

And you're going to stop when you get the Supra? suure ya will....;)
Thanks mate. I do love the sound of the Ludwig kit, I'm soon having it wrapped in that famous Ludwig "beatles" black oyster wrap. I do like the orange but with it being a traditional looking kit, you gotta go Ringo!! :o)
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