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Old 10-31-2007, 11:15 PM
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Here are some updated pics of my Exotics with the new snares.
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2004 DW Exotics "Hard Maple" (discontinued finish) Green to Black Fade
FAST tom sizes: 10, 12, 14, 16, 22 Bass
14x6.5 Brady Jarrah Block snare
12x6 UNIX Birch stave snare (Frank did an outstanding job of matching the color from just a photo of my DW's)
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14" Paiste Dark Crisp Sig hats
21" Paiste Full Sig ride
20" Paiste Thin Sig China
16", 18" Zildjian A Custom Crashes
8" Zildjian K splash

DW 9000 hardware except for the pedals, which are 5000s.
I think the only thing left to do is send in a tom to DW to have them match my finish as close as possible for an 8" tom.
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Old 10-31-2007, 11:48 PM
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Gorgeous snare brother. Not usually a green lover but that woodgrain showing is just excellent.
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Old 11-01-2007, 12:09 AM
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It's amazing how much difference there is in colour on the Brady in those few pics. Hopefully mine will look nearly as good as that... (although without the drummer-man logo)
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Old 11-01-2007, 01:35 AM
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Love that Brady snare, how much did it cost if you don't mind me asking?

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Old 11-01-2007, 01:37 AM
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It's amazing how much difference there is in colour on the Brady in those few pics. Hopefully mine will look nearly as good as that... (although without the drummer-man logo)
Yeah, the flash really brightens the color. The richer colored pic is much more representative.
By the way, I just played my UNIX snare for the first time, and I am really, really impressed by the sound. Soooo resonant and such a huge sweet spot...just amazing.
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Old 11-01-2007, 01:40 AM
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Love that Brady snare, how much did it cost if you don't mind me asking?

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Well, I don't want to sound like a dick, because it was pretty pricey.
I sold my old Tama Exotix snare drum (for more than I bought it for, thanks eBay) and then payed a few hundred more for the Brady. Less than 1000.
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Old 11-01-2007, 02:46 AM
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You need a cowbell, I think.
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Old 11-01-2007, 08:10 AM
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Well, I don't want to sound like a dick, because it was pretty pricey.
I sold my old Tama Exotix snare drum (for more than I bought it for, thanks eBay) and then payed a few hundred more for the Brady. Less than 1000.
I liked the Tama, but I think the extra money was well spent on the Brady. Also, I was wondering who Frank was making that green snare for? Sweet!
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Old 11-01-2007, 09:22 AM
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that finish is rad, and that Brady left me speechless

i really wanna go to the Brady factory and take a tour and maybe score some snare gold if you know what i mean cause i dont live too far from it
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Old 11-01-2007, 10:34 AM
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I love the finish on your dubs!!! great sizes,!

Oh yes, the Bradys nice too.
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You spent a lot of money on a kit that ain't so hot, too bad.
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You spent a lot of money on a kit that ain't so hot, too bad.
....ummmmm, hey sorry to break it you but, thats kind of one of the nicest kits on the forum. Exotic veneered DWs plus Unix and Brady snares sounds pretty damn amazing to me, certainly beats LCMs in my books...
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Old 11-01-2007, 03:36 PM
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You need a cowbell, I think.
I 2nd that.

Nice kit, but what is up with the angles of your pedals? Looks mighty uncomfy
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I 2nd that.

Nice kit, but what is up with the angles of your pedals? Looks mighty uncomfy
My drum room has a strictly enforced "No Cowbell" policy.
The bass pedals aren't entirely uncomfortable, I just kinda got used to them set up that way.
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Old 11-01-2007, 04:09 PM
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You spent a lot of money on a kit that ain't so hot, too bad.
Really dude what was the point of that?


Hateplow I have loved everyone of your snares and kits you have had and I think with the new snare this is your best set up yet
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Really dude what was the point of that?


Hateplow I have loved everyone of your snares and kits you have had and I think with the new snare this is your best set up yet
Don't worry about stickboy, he's just jealous.
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Old 11-01-2007, 06:23 PM
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dunno why the brady leaves everyone speachless... the quality of that green snare drum is every bit as good if not better.... See hateplow, I'm not crazy, Francois does some of the best work out there =)
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Old 11-01-2007, 07:01 PM
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dunno why the brady leaves everyone speachless... the quality of that green snare drum is every bit as good if not better.... See hateplow, I'm not crazy, Francois does some of the best work out there =)
It's true... I love Franks work.
The Brady Blocks have some kind of interlocking design, which is the only real difference I can see.
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Old 11-01-2007, 07:11 PM
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Francois and I talked about the idea of dovetailing the staves... he's the expert in all things wood of course.. and mentioned a pretty obvious point.. the glue is the strongest part of the drum. No point in dovetailing the wood when the glue is going to hold it better than the wood tabs anyways.

Now in my own personal opinion that also keeps the shell as consistent as possible as far as the grain carrying the tone. Hard to explain I guess but I'd rather have smooth blocks of wood rather than interlocking ones. Probably not a difference that can be heard to the human ear but it makes me feel better. =)
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You spent a lot of money on a kit that ain't so hot, too bad.
I was gonna leave this alone, but that was really a punk ass thing to say.

HP,

Your drums look great and that Brady is really cool.

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Well, I don't want to sound like a dick, because it was pretty pricey.
I sold my old Tama Exotix snare drum (for more than I bought it for, thanks eBay) and then payed a few hundred more for the Brady. Less than 1000.
Cheers for the response, I think me getting one is out of the question, at least for a few years.

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Old 11-01-2007, 09:54 PM
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See... the brady's are a waste of money in my book.. you get better quality and better service with Francois. He's not cheap but he's a lot more reasonable and I think good ole hateplow can vouch that his drums sound every bit as good.
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See... the brady's are a waste of money in my book..
There's a least three of us on this thread that disagree, and forked out the cash for a Brady. To each his own.
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....ummmmm, hey sorry to break it you but, thats kind of one of the nicest kits on the forum. Exotic veneered DWs plus Unix and Brady snares sounds pretty damn amazing to me, certainly beats LCMs in my books...
Agreed, beautiful instruments. The finish on the DWs looks like some kind of rich green marble. The Brady snare even looks a little like my snare with the head off, with the thick solid shell. And of course Unix's snare is amazing as always. It's nice to see so many people here getting Unix's snares. He always makes a positive contribution and I hope his networking and showing us his creations is helping his business as well.
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There's a least three of us on this thread that disagree, and forked out the cash for a Brady. To each his own.

Fair enough... but you've never played on one of the Unix snare drums. =) I've played on both and while the Brady drums are of excellent quality, his are as good or better.
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Old 11-02-2007, 12:26 AM
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Fair enough... but you've never played on one of the Unix snare drums. =) I've played on both and while the Brady drums are of excellent quality, his are as good or better.

Well then I guess he'd better get busy and build me one. I have three kits. Two dee dubs and a Ludwig. Two are natural maple finish and one is tulip.

I like tube lugs and Trick throw offs. Flange hoops will do. Maybe a 6.5 or 7 x 14. Remo or Evans heads would be fine.

I have Brady, Dunnett, OCDP, Ocheltree, Ludwig, Craviotto, and DW snares. I'll write a nice review and post sound clips.

So where's my drum?

Send me a bill when it's ready to ship.
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Well then I guess he'd better get busy and build me one. I have three kits. Two dee dubs and a Ludwig. Two are natural maple finish and one is tulip.

I like tube lugs and Trick throw offs. Flange hoops will do. Maybe a 6.5 or 7 x 14. Remo or Evans heads would be fine.

I have Brady, Dunnett, OCDP, Ocheltree, Ludwig, Craviotto, and DW snares. I'll write a nice review and post sound clips.

So where's my drum?

Send me a bill when it's ready to ship.
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Hey Greg,

We need to come up with a story for my wife.

I'm thinking one of my junky old drums broke and I had to send it to Canada for repair.

Yeah, that's it.
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Probably both... lol

You forgot to mention what kind of wood, the thickness, and what kind of edges ya want. Gloss or Satin? ;)
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That showed me. ....
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Sorry, friends on my account while I was downstairs. No offence intended fellas.
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Probably both... lol

You forgot to mention what kind of wood, the thickness, and what kind of edges ya want. Gloss or Satin? ;)

I guess maple. Gloss. I'll leave the rest up to you builder dudes. I just try to play the friggin things. I want a loud one. I mean I didn't tell Johnny, Jeff, or Ronn what kind of edges I want.
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Ya should have told'em... What kind of music do you play? Do you like wide open snares or something with less ring... etc.. these are all important factors when you're talking custom drums. =)

Well ok.. Ronn's stuff is like my personal stuff.. it's just rolled metal so you really don't have to do much to the edges but on wood drums there's a lot more surface area there to change the sound.
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Don't worry about stickboy, he's just jealous.
Not jealous one bit, I would never fork over that kind of doe on any kit, especially when you can find one just as good for a lot less.
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Hateplow, thanks for all the praise on Youtube, I guess you were afraid to say it here because you might look bad to all your buds. The fill was fine, you on the other hand seem a bit off.

Good luck trying to get over three grand for your DW's.

OK, let's stop all this, peace bro.

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Ya should have told'em... What kind of music do you play? Do you like wide open snares or something with less ring... etc.. these are all important factors when you're talking custom drums. =)

Well ok.. Ronn's stuff is like my personal stuff.. it's just rolled metal so you really don't have to do much to the edges but on wood drums there's a lot more surface area there to change the sound.

I'm a rock drummer and I play R & B. I would say a middle of the road drum. I guess more on the open end of the spectrum. I can always tame it down with heads and wires if I need to.

Sorry to hijack the thread.
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Something that would match these tubs would be super cool.

http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...t=30324&page=2
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Hey Greg,

We need to come up with a story for my wife.

I'm thinking one of my junky old drums broke and I had to send it to Canada for repair.

Yeah, that's it.
Hey Fred,
What's this WE stuff. You need to keep me out of your crazy shennanagins, lol. If my wife finds out that I'm aiding and abetting in your drum buying schemes, I'm toast, ha ha.
Crazyhorse,
I love the Ghostnote site and the talented builders there. Someday I'm eventually going to build some drums. But, I love my Brady, it's the best snare I've ever owned and played, and I only paid $400 for mine. Now, because it's a Brady, I can probably get all my money back. With the custom builders, reselling is pretty much out of the question because of the resale value. The only people that know the worth of the custom builders drums are the builders themselves and a select few that dabble in their own building. All that said, I would love to buy a Unix stave snare from Frank. I just wish you would quit dogging people that buy from the more well known custom builders.
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Heh Hateplow, how about a video or audio of you playing your DW kit? I would absolutely love to hear you play, and hear how your kit sounds. C'mon, put your chops where your mouth is.
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Hateplow,
What's up with this ebay posting? Are you selling these or what?
http://cgi.ebay.com/Mint-DW-Collecto...QQcmdZViewItem
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