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Old 07-10-2008, 05:38 PM
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Old 07-10-2008, 08:33 PM
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looks like you really feel the music! great pics! :)
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Old 07-10-2008, 08:37 PM
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Nice looking set.
But why do you have your snare so high?
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Old 07-10-2008, 09:38 PM
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WOW
Nice looking set.
But why do you have your snare so high?
Why not??

Hmm, I bet its good for certain techniques that utilise rim and head combinations.
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Looks like somebody is really gettin' funky. I like most everything except for the scribbles on the front bass head and the DW's satin hardware. How are the radias for "conventional" playing? Meaning accompanying a band. And which would win in a fight, the Deedub snare or the pork pie?
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Looks like somebody is really gettin' funky. I like most everything except for the scribbles on the front bass head and the DW's satin hardware. How are the radias for "conventional" playing? Meaning accompanying a band. And which would win in a fight, the Deedub snare or the pork pie?
The porker - cos being almost custom you could attach spikes, or a small firearm to it.

Though having said that, DW's are pretty formidable with those big round lugs...

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Old 07-10-2008, 10:08 PM
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Well snare drum comparisons.....

DW- has a much broader range of tuning...has more full bodied sound than the pork pie
Pork Pie- as stated slightly more limited very good all around high end crack sound.

I think the DW is a better quality drum overall...you just have to see em and play em to understand.The finish is the match of course to my DW set- I really like the hardware actually with that wood it looks better than plain chrome would.

Radias- I like them. They are quite focussed but keep in mind mine are not all chinas ala Terry Bozzio. So they really are not that left field once you get used to them. Something like a K Zildjian ( esp the flat ride) something like a Paiste Rude in overall projection ( if you play them loudly) I alos have a full set of Zildjians which I sometimes use which are th etotal other end of the spectrum soundwise.

I like having the snare rim about at my belt buckle level which enables me to have much more control over rims shots and is a more natural location for the end of my downstroke action. I also have it angled and the height is a little misleading in the photos.
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Well snare drum comparisons.....

DW- has a much broader range of tuning...has more full bodied sound than the pork pie
Pork Pie- as stated slightly more limited very good all around high end crack sound.

I think the DW is a better quality drum overall...you just have to see em and play em to understand.The finish is the match of course to my DW set- I really like the hardware actually with that wood it looks better than plain chrome would.

Radias- I like them. They are quite focussed but keep in mind mine are not all chinas ala Terry Bozzio. So they really are not that left field once you get used to them. Something like a K Zildjian ( esp the flat ride) something like a Paiste Rude in overall projection ( if you play them loudly) I alos have a full set of Zildjians which I sometimes use which are th etotal other end of the spectrum soundwise.

I like having the snare rim about at my belt buckle level which enables me to have much more control over rims shots and is a more natural location for the end of my downstroke action. I also have it angled and the height is a little misleading in the photos.
I see. But you didn't answer my question about the snares!! ; ) I think realistically the DW is more versatile, as much as I love lil' squealers. And as far as the Radias-- the K zildjian sound with the projection of rudes? I would love to hear something like that. Their appearance always leads me to believe they're relatively dry cymbals, but maybe that's just after hearing the ride. God, that thing is dryer than an old lady's feet!!

I always like seeing your setup because I can't believe that people ever win contests, but I think this is undeniable proof of it. : ) It's a nice kit you've got running.
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:16 PM
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I see. But you didn't answer my question about the snares!! ; ) I think realistically the DW is more versatile, as much as I love lil' squealers. And as far as the Radias-- the K zildjian sound with the projection of rudes? I would love to hear something like that. Their appearance always leads me to believe they're relatively dry cymbals, but maybe that's just after hearing the ride. God, that thing is dryer than an old lady's feet!!

I always like seeing your setup because I can't believe that people ever win contests, but I think this is undeniable proof of it. : ) It's a nice kit you've got running.
I never thought anyone won contests either....so I rarely entered them. So I know what you mean. The radias are pretty dry sounding - the hi-hats can be very loud once they open up.

Probably due to a weight factor the DW would still win....he would probably toss the Pork Pie to the mat;-)
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