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Old 06-11-2011, 05:39 PM
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Great looking kit, need better photos though, looks almost what my finish was before I veneered them. This is a great forum with lots of big name talent as well as some very knowledgeable folks, browse around and stay awhile.
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Premier is a great company with lots of history behind them. I have an intermediate level Cabria set. Its too bad they don't supply to North America anymore!
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:26 PM
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Hello out there!!!

Here's the VINTAGE Premier Genista I have ..... (and it's FOR SALE) ....

Premier - Limited Edition - Genista 75th Anniversary Drumset - 1922-1997

Color: White Marine Pearl

Asking $1500.

Includes:
14"x5.5" snare, 10"x8" tom, 12"x9" tom, 15"x13" floor tom & 20"x16" bass drum (w/ spurs)
*Also includes double tom mount and Rims mounts.

Other Information:

* Limited Edition - #35 of only 500 made
* All shells are 100% birch
* All original parts
* 14 "x5.5 " snare is 10-lug (w/ original snare wires)
* 10 " & 12 " toms are 6-lug
* 15 " floor tom is 8-lug
* 20 " bass drum is 8-lug


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* Limited Edition Badge is missing one screw

* The left bass drum spur is missing rounded nub, but still is functional

Contact me for pictures if you're interested in buying!!! ( RelicLukas@gmail.com )
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:04 PM
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I bought these Premier "Projectors" back in 1992, have used them for many gigs and studio sessions, and they look almost new. They are all birch drums, in a really nice lacquer deep blue finish, and actually have 7 pieces in total. I remember the R.I.M.S. hoops were sort of new when I got them. Definitely a great sounding kit, built to last. I recently acquired a Signia 14x14 floor tom, in the same finish, as an add-on, shown in this photo.


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Old 08-12-2011, 04:35 PM
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From 1961 I believe. Sounds very decent and have used the snare on a couple of recordings and it sounds great, very nice and dry with a good response and attack. The bass drum sounds very big, despite only being somewhere between a 20" and 22" The Toms have that classic sound and I have all the original Cymbals, Hardware, Cowbell and Pedal. Got given it by a friend for 0.00.

Debating on getting it re-wrapped currently as it hasn't aged great. Also, about to remortgage our house so I'm able to afford a whole set of Pre-International Heads as I'd like to use this at a one off gig in the coming months.

(Excuse the fancy 'Drum Stool', my main was setup on my main kit)

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Old 09-12-2011, 09:40 PM
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Hey Guys
so here is the ONLY new 2011 newly designed Genista kit in the country & YES ...... it's for sale. I also have access to the 1 & only new Elite (Gold sparkle to Black fade) & APK (Red Lacquer).
If you want more info about purchasing any of the kits please email me direct - peter@dancincrowdrums.com.
Thanks for looking.
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Old 09-14-2011, 06:21 PM
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Hi Guys
Here's my contribution.
Premier Artiste in Maple. Custom silver sparkle lacquer finish.
"26x"16 kick, "13x"9 top tom, "16x"16 and "18x"16 floor toms. "14x"6.5 Premier brass snare.
Lovely kit.
Just right for some soft jazz-))
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Old 09-14-2011, 06:32 PM
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Hi Guys
Here's my contribution.
Premier Artiste in Maple. Custom silver sparkle lacquer finish.
"26x"16 kick, "13x"9 top tom, "16x"16 and "18x"16 floor toms. "14x"6.5 Premier brass snare.
Lovely kit.
Just right for some soft jazz-))
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Ooooh. That is a beautiful machine Sir. I'll bet that 26" kicker just makes you smile every time you hit it.

Is that kick a different finish than the toms or is that just the lighting? Any hope of just seeing a picture of the snare?

Also, has anyone ever told you that you look like a burly Rob Halford? I'm a huge Priest fan so please don't take that as anything but a compliment.
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Old 09-14-2011, 07:11 PM
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Hi Red
As requested the snare
The kit is all in the same finish.
No problem with the Rob Halford comparison.
I realised long ago I was not built for ballet dancing.
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Old 09-19-2011, 11:36 PM
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As requested the snare
The kit is all in the same finish.
No problem with the Rob Halford comparison.
I realised long ago I was not built for ballet dancing.
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Damn Ballet dancin'. We were built fer' drummin'!

That's a beautiful snare. If I had one of those it would have no clear coat left on it because I'd polish it up every week like a brand new Cadillac.
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Old 10-09-2011, 04:37 PM
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These are my premiers limited edition i think they are xpk series have owned them for about 13 years has anyone out there seen thid finish before? I am looking for a matching snare because they came with a steel snare. These are made out of birch and eucalyptus wood they sound as good as they look. Sorry about the one pic is a bit dark but you get the idea. Its time to clean them up a bit.
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Old 10-09-2011, 05:04 PM
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Sorry had loading issue here they are
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Old 10-09-2011, 08:42 PM
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Very nice!!!
Of everything I have ever seen from the company, the Signia is my favorite. They look elegant, yet gutsy. They would look at home in any style because of the design. APK/XPK are nice also. These three models look well crafted.

I'd like to hear a kit built with eucalyptus like they did at one point.
I own one with the birtch and eucalyptus they sound great!
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Old 10-09-2011, 08:55 PM
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You can see here i have some cleaning to do
Yes. That thing is in terrible shape. Hope you even get it clean. Those lugs and rims might be a problem.
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Man, that is bordering on drum abuse. Wow, where is Mr. Clean.
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:13 AM
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Cleaned up and moved to upstairs.
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Old 12-29-2011, 04:19 PM
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Here's my Premier Signia Sapphire Blue, a beast.

BD: 22"
T1: 10"
T2: 12"
T3: 13"
T4: 16"

With a Gretsch 5,5 x 14 Maple Snare with Walnut hoops





The cymbals are (left to right)

16" A Zildjian Medium Thin Crash
14" Dream Bliss Hi Hats
20" A Zildjian Medium Thin Crash (which I often use as a ride)
20" A Zildjian Crash Ride
16" Dream Bliss Crash (a jewel...)
20" Dream Bliss Ride (which I riveted and use as a crash most of the time, it's very thin and has a lot of bass frequencies, it makes a great sound: exactly between a thin crash and a very light china.)

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Old 01-24-2012, 01:37 AM
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My Elite series Concert Master 22: 22X16, 13X9, 16X16, 14x5.5.....
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:58 PM
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My Elite series Concert Master 22: 22X16, 13X9, 16X16, 14x5.5.....
Very nice. Love the Ricky in the background too.
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Old 02-04-2012, 12:54 AM
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Here's my Genista kit ;-)








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Old 02-04-2012, 04:08 AM
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My Elite series Concert Master 22: 22X16, 13X9, 16X16, 14x5.5.....
The finish is awesome!! Wow!
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Old 02-08-2012, 04:06 AM
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got these 3 weeks ago..xpk's......Looooooovvvvvveeee the sound of these.
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:05 PM
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Real beaut's those are. Love love blue drums. You need to get yourself a white vinyl Premier logo decal for your front kick head. There is a guy bodo10 on eBay that has most of the different versions.
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Old 03-05-2012, 05:23 AM
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Just posted these in another thread then saw this. Newly completed refurb on XPK's...2x22,12,13,16, snare...turquoise lacquer and sound fantastic...sorry for the double post...
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Here are 2 older Premier Kits, not sure the model or year, but they sound fantastic!
good old British Quality
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:04 PM
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I uploaded this pic to the 4 piece kits thread, but couldn't help myself...Premier Artist Heritage Club Kit I picked up recently! The last year out of England, before things were shipped off to China. These are my dream sizes and they have such nice tone! I haven't loved a kit so much since the Harvey Mason Gretsch kit I had years ago!
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Old 05-21-2012, 10:05 PM
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1992 Premier Projectors
9x10 Power Rack Tom
10x12 Power Rack Tom
11x13 Power Rack Tom
12x14 Power Rack Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
2 - 16x24 Power Bass Drums

The kit came with a 5.5x14 Premier Wood Snare that I've yet to identify. It also came with a Premier Hi Hat stand and a pair of Premier 252 Single Post pedals. I've got the kit set up with my Slingerland Festival snare, Pearl Eliminator pedals, Yamaha Hi Hat stand, all my Zildjians and a couple of Yamaha and DW cymbal stands.







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Old 05-23-2012, 07:21 PM
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1992 Premier Projectors
9x10 Power Rack Tom
10x12 Power Rack Tom
11x13 Power Rack Tom
12x14 Power Rack Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
2 - 16x24 Power Bass Drums

The kit came with a 5.5x14 Premier Wood Snare that I've yet to identify. It also came with a Premier Hi Hat stand and a pair of Premier 252 Single Post pedals. I've got the kit set up with my Slingerland Festival snare, Pearl Eliminator pedals, Yamaha Hi Hat stand, all my Zildjians and a couple of Yamaha and DW cymbal stands.
Not a big fan of power toms (but it was l'air du temps , wasn't it?), but I still find you have a fabulous kit. And I still maintain Premier kits are generally underrated: I played quite a lot of them in the seventies and eighties and even in more recent times, and despite some esthetic perplexity I always found they sounded really good.
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Old 05-24-2012, 03:39 PM
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1992 Premier Projectors
9x10 Power Rack Tom
10x12 Power Rack Tom
11x13 Power Rack Tom
12x14 Power Rack Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
2 - 16x24 Power Bass Drums
Cool, someone else has 1992 Projectors like mine. I got mine with RIMS hoop mounts for all the toms, which have held up perfectly over the years. The snare is very good too. Love my Premiers.
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Hi everybody !

Here is my premier signia kit ! I love it !
I'm searching a Tom 8". Anyone has an idea ?
Thanks and sorry for my english...I'm french !
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Old 07-24-2012, 11:52 PM
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Hey all you Premier fanatics!!
It's been a while since I last posted so I just thought I would check in & remind everyone again. I am still the ONLY official dealer listed on the Premier Website along with their new Distributor, Hanser Music. My main purpose for the past 10 years has been to keep Premier's US clients in parts, orphan drums, kits & hardware. I am the only one who carries a pretty full line of Signia parts as well as Genista, Gen X etc. If I don't have it, it probably is no longer available anywhere other than sheer luck on Ebay.
Hanser is doing a great job of bringing the new lines of kits into the country, now it's time for everyone to buckle down & start buying them. I do have 1 Elite & 1 new style Genista in stock, if you need additional info then please contact me. Of course, if anyone needs parts for their deleted Signias etc feel free to contact me with your needs.
Keep up the great work everyone & let everyone see your Premier kit!!!
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:36 PM
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Hey there Premier fanatics and greetings from Oz

Bought my first 4 piece Premier kit in 1967 (blue pearl finish)
Bought my second 4 piece Premier kit in 1970 (silver sparkle)
I still have the original Premier catalogs!!!
Anyhow - loved the sparkle kit - never let me down brought it with me (from UK) to Australia 37 years ago - no I don't still have it - made the mistake of selling it back in 1989.

BUT - 2 days ago I picked up a used Premier Genista (Made in England) - 4 piece 10,12,16 toms and 22 bass - plus a Premier Artist Birch snare - sadly the matching Genista snare had been sold off separately but so far I love the Artist birch.

Anyhow, I love it !!! It is in great condition and I have replaced the awefull Everplay bottom heads.... WOW!!!
Just gotta tidy up the front bass head with a Premier logo etc.... I think a black head will go nicely with this kit.

Here' a not so clear pic...


Interesting - all the gear has "P-badges" saying "Premier Percussion Made in England" except the 10" tom which says "Premier Made in England"

Pity they don't have serial numbers to identify year of manufacture etc...

All the best to you guys & gals

Pete ;-)
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Old 08-09-2012, 09:50 AM
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Hi there
I may have a matching Torquise Genista Snare drum to match your kit. Email me direct & give me some time to go through my stock.
In the mean time, here is a Project I just finished for a great client of mine. A 16" x 16" Signia Bass Drum, which will eventually be Lacquered to match his existing Red Marquis kit. This BD turned out beautiful & sounds like a cannon!! This is one of several Custom Premier drums I have completed, my greatest achievement was an Artist Maple Union Jack Bass Drum which was part of a complete kit which UPS put a Fork Lift spike through & demolished the Bass Drum only. It actually ended up sounding better than the original, which is kinda weird!! :-))
Anyways ..... let's keep Premier going & hopefully get them back on top where they belong.
I am still the ONLY dealer listed on their website & carry an almost complete line of deleted series parts for Signia, Genista & Gen X etc. I have been taking care of their US clients for the past 10 years & have a very long repeat client list.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:09 AM
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Here's one of mine. 1982 Premier Resonator in vanilla with black hoop. 2000 Snare plus a 6.5 inch black shadow snare. Full set of original 70's/80's trilok stands and a trilok stool, 252 pedal and paiste 2002s throughout. I also have a bronze/copper RT1 resonator set up that's being refurbed. The stands are assembled from countless old stands that I bought to get a decent set... easy way to bankrupt yourself but a lot of fun..
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:29 AM
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Hey Johngraham

That is an AWESOME kit.
I SO wish I had never sold my old Premier kit - 1969 "101" outfit in silver sparkle with a 2000 snare. Anyhow, as per my post a couple below this, I have just taken my "new" 90's Genista for it's maiden beating - WOW - had forgotten how great Premier was - I ended up overplaying at the gig just to keep hearing the toms!!! And now I am about to get the matching snare thanks to "dancincrow" forum member.
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I am still the ONLY dealer listed on their (Premier's) website & carry an almost complete line of deleted series parts for Signia, Genista & Gen X etc. I have been taking care of their US clients for the past 10 years & have a very long repeat client list.
Yeah and no wonder - his customer service is outstanding.

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Old 08-14-2012, 05:38 PM
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Hey Johngraham

That is an AWESOME kit.
I SO wish I had never sold my old Premier kit - 1969 "101" outfit in silver sparkle with a 2000 snare. Anyhow, as per my post a couple below this, I have just taken my "new" 90's Genista for it's maiden beating - WOW - had forgotten how great Premier was - I ended up overplaying at the gig just to keep hearing the toms!!! And now I am about to get the matching snare thanks to "dancincrow" forum member.

Yeah and no wonder - his customer service is outstanding.

Cheers

Pete :-)
Cheers Pete that's nice of you. Sounds like rolling thunder as well with a satisfying heavy solidity in the whole set up. the 101 was a beautiful kit as well. I had a black/Oyster reso in the 80's and deeply regret ever selling it - fortunately I hung onto the 2000 snare. Genistas a tasty set up and yer man dancincrow seems to be the go to guy for Premier in the USA. All the best mate
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:36 AM
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Wow some beautiful kits here. Here are my 1992 Projectors in the full 7-piece configuration. Never regretted ordering or playing this kit. I've got them tuned up and sounding really good.


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Hi all, only signed up to this site today but when I get some time I'll pup up some pics, between me and my old man we've got 8 premier kits ranging from 1972 to 2002. Regards jack.
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Old 11-27-2012, 01:43 PM
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Hi all, only signed up to this site today but when I get some time I'll pup up some pics, between me and my old man we've got 8 premier kits ranging from 1972 to 2002. Regards jack.
Sounds very cool :) I've sent you a PM.
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Hi all, only signed up to this site today but when I get some time I'll pup up some pics, between me and my old man we've got 8 premier kits ranging from 1972 to 2002. Regards jack.
Welcome Jack. Any of those kits happen to be a Black Shadow kit?
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