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Old 06-11-2014, 06:09 AM
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:12 AM
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You left out "after the death of the music industry".

Also, if you can include something about Meg White (sucks), Lars Ullrich (used to be good, sucks now) and Travis Barker (way better than Bonzo and Ringo put together) and "how can I get endorsed" that would be good, but might make for a cumbersome thread title.
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Also, is the sexiest (for female drummers). And can I get an endorsement?
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How cool is it when a forum begins to mock itself? Its so nice to know we don't take ourselves too seriously, eh?

I've yet to see a guitarist forum mock itself. That will probably never happen.
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You left out "after the death of the music industry".

Also, if you can include something about Meg White (sucks), Lars Ullrich (used to be good, sucks now) and Travis Barker (way better than Bonzo and Ringo put together) and "how can I get endorsed" that would be good, but might make for a cumbersome thread title.
But what drum kit should I buy?? URGENT!!!!!
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Old 06-11-2014, 09:12 AM
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But what drum kit should I buy?? URGENT!!!!!
Buy used to get better value because depreciation.

Or new, to get better value because not second hand.

Also, most important when choosing your first ever kit: what bearing edge profile do you want?
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Buy used to get better value because depreciation.

Or new, to get better value because not second hand.

Also, most important when choosing your first ever kit: what bearing edge profile do you want?
But what cymbals should I buy? I don't know what sound I want & I would like you to tell me what to get.
Also, should I spend a fortune on a pack of beginner cymbals or should I spend the same on some used top-level ones.
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I used a P-85 tonight and came home no richer than when I left, but the experience was quite rewarding. I feel sorry I couldn't play like this when I was a kid. :(
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But what cymbals should I buy? I don't know what sound I want & I would like you to tell me what to get.
Also, should I spend a fortune on a pack of beginner cymbals or should I spend the same on some used top-level ones.
PLEASE HELPZ ME!!!!!1!!1!
You should wait until someone offers you an endorsement. Wait, no ... a sponsorship. You need a sponsorship. That will answer the question of which cymbals (not Sabian B8s) to buy.

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But what cymbals should I buy? I don't know what sound I want & I would like you to tell me what to get.
Also, should I spend a fortune on a pack of beginner cymbals or should I spend the same on some used top-level ones.
PLEASE HELPZ ME!!!!!1!!1!
A very simple question to answer.

What most people don't realise is that size really does count.

You want to ensure that your cymbals create sounds which don't lead to standing waves. And the best way to do this, is to ensure that the cymbals that you buy are all sized in imperial prime number sizes. Hats should always be 13", use a 17" crash and a 19". You'll find a 23" ride cymbal will fit perfectly with this setup. A 31" ride cymbal has a wonderful tone, but is hard to pack.

The different "alloys" are really nothing more than marketing gobbledegook, and the audience only hears 3 basic cymbal sounds - hats, crash and ride. The notion of "quality" cymbals is the biggest con the music instrument industry has ever seen.
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Should I buy triple pedals?

Use a metronome.

Is traditional or matched grip better?

Use a metronome.

Is it important to read music?

Use a metronome.

Never touch a drumstick without one. Ever.
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Should I buy triple pedals?
Mapex Saturn.

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Mapex Saturn.

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Mapex Saturn.
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This is the best thread ever....
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Mapex Saturn.



Mapex Saturn.



Mapex Saturn.
What is the solution to the financial crisis?

Mapex Saturn.

What feeds all and cures all?

Mapex Saturn.

Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe?

Mapex Saturn.

Will Classical and Quantum physics ever reconcile?

Mapex Saturn.
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I already have a mapex saturn. What do I do I do now?
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I already have a mapex saturn. What do I do I do now?
Buy used and then head to the coast.
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I already have a mapex saturn. What do I do I do now?
Get a cape.

After that, you can do ANYTHING!
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I already have a mapex saturn. What do I do I do now?
It's obvious. Buy another one.
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I already have a mapex saturn. What do I do I do now?
Hi buddy....just go out and buy more...because more is always better than less.Just ask Neil Peart.....or is that Niel Pert?I'm not sure anymore.........wait is that a chicken in my bass drum?My drum sticks taste like chicken.

Does anybody ride motorcycles?I ride Japanese bikes,because they're not made in the US.I go as fast as I can,,,,,,and jump off.

I just set up all of my drums and it only took a week,because I worked 24 hours a day,with no sleep.

Hey...you talking to me?.....You talking to me?No one else here...so you must be talking to me.........

I have to go now,I have find that Duncan guy cause he blows me up all the time.Maybe I'll start my own drum forum........time to take my meds.Bye :)

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Chops vrs Saturn?...I say groove the Saturn Chops!
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Please please please, here is the complete list:

1) Go buy a saturn, they are totes the best kit in the world. ever.

2) Buy another one just in case.

3) Go onto every forum and tell people you bought it.

4) When you want new cymbals you MUST get sabian AAX because thats what everyone tells you.

5) Get an extended mirror chrome bass drum hoop because the ladies get wet for that.

6) Make sure all toms are completely flat. Use a laser level to achieve this.

7) Make sure all instructional dvd's you buy are from travis barker.

8) Buy a duallist triple bass drum pedal.

9) Buy some lars ulrich ahead drumsticks.

10) Make a lot of posts about what snare to buy and how to tune. In the end just put a wrinkle in your heads and just stick a P-85 on the saturn snare and then say its the best thing ever.


I think that covers it?
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Please please please, here is the complete list:

1) Go buy a saturn, they are totes the best kit in the world. ever.

2) Buy another one just in case.

3) Go onto every forum and tell people you bought it.

4) When you want new cymbals you MUST get sabian AAX because thats what everyone tells you.

5) Get an extended mirror chrome bass drum hoop because the ladies get wet for that.

6) Make sure all toms are completely flat. Use a laser level to achieve this.

7) Make sure all instructional dvd's you buy are from travis barker.

8) Buy a duallist triple bass drum pedal.

9) Buy some lars ulrich ahead drumsticks.

10) Make a lot of posts about what snare to buy and how to tune. In the end just put a wrinkle in your heads and just stick a P-85 on the saturn snare and then say its the best thing ever.


I think that covers it?
You forgot making threats against people that disagree with you.
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You forgot making threats against people that disagree with you.

Oh gods yes we cant forget that!!! Also must link to mapex site in sig along with a travis barker DP
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Awesome thread indeed!
I wish I could be of any help but whatever could/needed to be said has been said already ;-)
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hmmm idk im sure we can think of more.... perhaps also go and buy one of those new dw "signature" snares.
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[quote=JustJames;1267882]I love my ZHTs so "pro cymbals" don't exist. What are cymbals anyway but cutouts of metal that vibrate and do sounds? "Psh", "Pnk", "Ding", "Ss", and ZHTs do that so so well. ZBTs suck though.

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Will Classical and Quantum physics ever reconcile?

Mapex Saturn.
What has 14 feet, walks like a giraffe, yet never touches a moldy sidewalk crack in Malibu?

Also, please imagine if you will the anti-Redskins native American ad airing recently with a shot of a Mapex Saturn instead of the football helmet at the end.

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You forgot making threats against people that disagree with you.
You're really asking to get smacked with a 9000 boom stand with that kind of BS remark, jerkface.
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Awesome thread indeed!

The only problem with this thread is that I haven't added my usual tasty bon mots to it.



Wait for it....



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I need to upgrade my made-in-china drum kit with a new one.

I have a narrowed it down to these 4 choices:

1) A drum kit made in China

2) A drum kit made in China

3) A drum kit made in China

4) A drum kit made in China

Which one is the best??????
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Which one is the best??????
It does not matter.


All your Mapex are belong to us. Somebody set up us the Saturn.

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I used a P-85 tonight and came home no richer than when I left, but the experience was quite rewarding. I feel sorry I couldn't play like this when I was a kid. :(

But did you really us it, or was it just a part on a drum shell not begging to be touched unless absolutely necessary?
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WAIT. We're getting off topic. I really want to know about the P-85 strainer. Both my Supraphonic and Acrolite snares have one.

Is there something I don't know about?

I need to know!

Please tell me.

Oh, please.

Please?
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WAIT. We're getting off topic. I really want to know about the P-85 strainer. Both my Supraphonic and Acrolite snares have one.

Is there something I don't know about?

I need to know!

Please tell me.

Oh, please.

Please?
Mapex Saturn. That is all.
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Mapex Saturn. That is all.
It all makes sense now. How was I so blind.
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Mapex Saturn. That is all.
Sure...if you're content to play a low end kit.
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Hey, at least Saturn is still a planet.

And it's the Ringo-iest of all the planets, too.
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...so's Uranus!

But Pluto's just a strange yellow dog.
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Actually, I feel sorry for myself. I own two Ludwig snare drums with P-85's.
I also own a Mapex Saturn Kit. I guess that there is no hope for poor me :)
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