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Old 02-04-2008, 04:34 AM
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Mr! The kit looks very good now! I like the new cymbals you bought. How's the ride?
That ride is great! It's really pingy and powerful with a lower fundamental note than the average "Metal" ride. It's rather non-versatile (very rock/metal oriented) but I have my dream for other stuff ;)



Tak - that's a good possibility.


I picked up a roadrunner case for my snare, not heavily padded but it protects from scratches which is what matters to me.
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Old 02-04-2008, 07:02 PM
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[quote=Mr. Pasquini;398683]All I have left is Tim's snare drum

Featured here are a ton of pictures of my set, my two new Saludas, and all of my cymbals

Starting at top left:
20" Dream Contact Crash Ride
22" Saluda Mist X Heavy Dry Dark Raw Bell Ride
16" Paiste 2002 Crash
14" Zildjian New Beat High Hats (1980)
14" Meinl Generation X Filter China
14" Stagg Black Metal High Hats
18" Saluda Mist X Medium Dark Crash
8" Zildjian A Custom Splash

Oh and some shots DMC might appreciate
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HAHA! Good use of stands - a mountain range of cymbals on just a few stands, very economical and streamlined. I like to see sets that reflect a lot of thought in the arrangement.

Nice set over all. What do you play mostly?
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Old 02-04-2008, 07:09 PM
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Sweet. Anyone got any recommendations for a soft case for the thing? Its scary for me to transport it... I mainly just want something to protect it from scratches and such.
Even a cheap set would work well to keep it from scratches. Protection Racket are the best soft/semi-soft cases and you pay accordingly. For occasional gigging where you are the person trasporting them, a low-end set would work well.
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:01 AM
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HAHA! Good use of stands - a mountain range of cymbals on just a few stands, very economical and streamlined. I like to see sets that reflect a lot of thought in the arrangement.

Nice set over all. What do you play mostly?
Thanks, I play Metal mostly, though I dabble in a a lot of different styles.

Oh, I ended up buying a roadrunner soft case for my snare.
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