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Old 02-28-2009, 11:12 PM
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Beaaaaautiful setup my friend, I like the cymbal stand minimalism.

And wow... what a snare! So warm and full sounding. MAN, bubinga kicks maple's ass...
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Old 02-28-2009, 11:14 PM
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Thanks all! Like I was telling tk on his Trick kit thread, I don't boost the sound in any way - there's no EQ or gain going on there. This is as close to how they really sound in the room as I can get. The kick is the only thing I've turned down the volume on because it IS so overwhelming in this little room.

That's probably 99% accurate on the snare sound as I hear it while playing. It's an amazing instrument. This is about 3 weeks of daily abuse after tuning it fairly high...it's "settling in" quite nicely.

These last clips were recorded with Audacity on Ubuntu Linux - I feel it gives me a more organic sound than Sony SoundForge does (which I used on all the rest of the clips).
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Old 04-29-2009, 12:19 AM
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WELL...I'm sure all of my friends here on DW will be absolutely flabbergasted to hear this; but these drums are for sale - PM me if you are interested, the price is quite fair and I will ship anywhere in the continental US.

I've been talking back and forth w/ Frank for a couple of weeks and I'm going to have him build me something a little different, with the proceeds from the sale. More on that later!

FYI - The snare is not and never will be for sale...the rest of the shells are. :)
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Hey Zambizzi,
I know that you liked these drums, but what made you want to get rid of them? I mean, you are still going to be getting some additonal Unix drums, but what is the reasoning? Thanks.
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Old 04-29-2009, 07:05 AM
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I know that you liked these drums, but what made you want to get rid of them? I mean, you are still going to be getting some additonal Unix drums, but what is the reasoning? Thanks.
bubinga is loud... very loud. are you wanting a softer sound?
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Old 04-29-2009, 04:14 PM
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Hey guys - tb has it right...these drums are *KAPOW!* loud. The attack is very pronounced...they bark. They're also very warm and resonate far longer and more "even" than my Pearl drums...but the attack is far more pronounced and at the forefront of the sound.

This is why I'm keeping the snare. That snare will be buried with me...you'll have to pry it from my cold, dead hands.

If I had really known what I was doing, I would have ordered something entirely different. I didn't, so I went to Frank with something "exotic" in mind and just had him build it.

I'm DEFINITELY going after more Unix drums...nothing matches the sound quality, build quality, and beauty of stave drums. This time I'm getting a softer wood, different sizes, slight-rounded edges, etc. - something more tame.

For anyone interested in these; they're perfect for loud, amplified settings...hell you might never need to mic these babies unless you play outdoors in a larger venue. The kick drum is ridiculous.

I've gotten nothing but positive comments w/ people I've played with...but I'm feeling something different, myself.
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Old 04-29-2009, 04:29 PM
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Also, the raw details of what is for sale:

22x18" Bass Drum (with matching, hand-made bubinga wood hoops)
16x14" Floor Tom
12x9" Tom Tom
10x8" Tom Tom

- Satin, sealed lacquer finish (wood grain really "pops"!)
- Small toms have been outfitted with aluminum Gauger RIMS suspension mounts, brand new.
- All drums have TightScrew tension rods
- Lugs are custom-made "quick-release", Ayotte-style.
- Die-cast, chrome, rubber-gasketed claws on bass drum.
- Chrome 2.3mm hoops on toms
- Floor tom legs
- Bass drum legs
- Clear Remo PowerStroke 3 batter on kick drum, Unix logo coated Emperor on resonant .
- Clear Remo Ambassadors on batter and reso on toms
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WELL...I'm sure all of my friends here on DW will be absolutely flabbergasted to hear this; but [b]these drums are for sale - :)
I'm not flabbergasted at all, with the number of kits that you go through. You're like the mvp of the forum, buying new premium kits just to be sold six months later at a discount to eagerly waiting forum members. Say, can you buy a sonor sq2 maple kit with a golden madrone finish next? You should be ready to re-sell it by xmas and that would work out just perfect for me.....
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I'm not flabbergasted at all, with the number of kits that you go through. You're like the mvp of the forum, buying new premium kits just to be sold six months later at a discount to eagerly waiting forum members. Say, can you buy a sonor sq2 maple kit with a golden madrone finish next? You should be ready to re-sell it by xmas and that would work out just perfect for me.....
Ha! Funny guy. This will actually be the first time I'll take a hit on the cost since the first kit I sold. I've done pretty well at recouping my costs, so far. I never would have made it this far, if I hadn't!
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:29 PM
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Oh! One more thing - I'll throw in the Tama tom-mount posts since I won't need them anymore, if the buyer is interested.
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I'm not flabbergasted at all, with the number of kits that you go through. You're like the mvp of the forum, buying new premium kits just to be sold six months later at a discount to eagerly waiting forum members. Say, can you buy a sonor sq2 maple kit with a golden madrone finish next? You should be ready to re-sell it by xmas and that would work out just perfect for me.....
HA! Zambizzi is the biggest gear whore here, but credit him with only getting top-notch stuff.

I have played Zambizzi's drums as we live in the same town. These stave bubingas are ear-rapingly loud, but also very rich and resonant. Imagine all the coveted qualities of drums concentrated and multiplied by 10. That is what you have here. The are comparable to my solid shell ironwood drums in that regard.

But that sound might not be for everyone. I think if Unix had a shop with 10 of his typical wood/build types set up and ready to play, Zambizzi would have gone for something a bit mellower.
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Old 04-29-2009, 09:24 PM
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Done!

DMC - you're right, I would have gone w/ a soft maple, cherry, walnut, etc. Frank and I talked about that for a long time yesterday...cherry or walnut was his suggestion. I'll get an antique/ivory white lacquer on the next one, too. ;)

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Done!

DMC - you're right, I would have gone w/ a soft maple, cherry, walnut, etc. Frank and I talked about that for a long time yesterday...cherry or walnut were his suggestions. I'll get an antique/ivory white lacquer on the next one, too. ;)
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:30 PM
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:52 PM
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I just got a PM from Frank (Unix) - he said he'd be willing to offer the buyer half-off of a new, matching snare...which would be $300.

He told me he'd make me another one if I sold mine...but I just won't part with it. I don't care if it'd be better...I LOVE mine. :)
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A few have asked me about price - I'm going to lower it a bit and post it here now.

$1800+shipping (ship should be around $150 for lower 48 states).

I've got to be out of my old house on Sunday and have nowhere to put these babies at the new place.

They'll be on eBay w/ a BIN price of $2000 OBO tonight.

Thanks all!
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A few have asked me about price - I'm going to lower it a bit and post it here now.

$1800+shipping (ship should be around $150 for lower 48 states).

I've got to be out of my old house on Sunday and have nowhere to put these babies at the new place.

They'll be on eBay w/ a BIN price of $2000 OBO tonight.

Thanks all!

Sorry late to the party zambizzi what Unix wood type staves are you replacing them with again?

Good luck on the sale. Someone's going to get an amazing kit.
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A few have asked me about price - I'm going to lower it a bit and post it here now.

$1800+shipping (ship should be around $150 for lower 48 states).

I've got to be out of my old house on Sunday and have nowhere to put these babies at the new place.

They'll be on eBay w/ a BIN price of $2000 OBO tonight.

Thanks all!
I saw your Craigslist ad and it will never sell. Your tom angles are way too low, your heads need lunar-sized craters and you need to put 20 pounds of dust on everything to meet Craigslist standards. And no one sells CYMBALS or STANDS on Craigslist! No one. They sell simbols and the shiny things you put the cimbuls on and the thing you step on to make the big drum go boom. You will have no street cred unless you say you're moving into an apartment and your girlfriend doesn't approve so you have to get rid of them.

You may not know it, but you are the laughingstock of the local Craigslist drum market right now. Your kit will never, ever be featured in the Tom Angles thread. You've blown it, dude. So pack up those long wooden thingies you use to hit the symbils with.
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Sorry late to the party zambizzi what Unix wood type staves are you replacing them with again?

Good luck on the sale. Someone's going to get an amazing kit.
I'm looking at something softer, like a soft maple (sycamore), cherry, or walnut.

I'm thinking I'll do thinner shells this time, w/ re-rings (built-in by lathe, not glued-in). I'd like the edges slightly rounded-off, too.

Someone will! I'm putting together my eBay listing right now, will post a link when it's up.
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I saw your Craigslist ad and it will never sell. Your tom angles are way too low, your heads need lunar-sized craters and you need to put 20 pounds of dust on everything to meet Craigslist standards. And no one sells CYMBALS or STANDS on Craigslist! No one. They sell simbols and the shiny things you put the cimbuls on and the thing you step on to make the big drum go boom. You will have no street cred unless you say you're moving into an apartment and your girlfriend doesn't approve so you have to get rid of them.

You may not know it, but you are the laughingstock of the local Craigslist drum market right now. Your kit will never, ever be featured in the Tom Angles thread. You've blown it, dude. So pack up those long wooden thingies you use to hit the symbils with.
Bwuahahahaha! And here I thought I'd go and be a beam of sunshine in an otherwise completely crappy Craigslist musicians' gear section.

Let's not forget, I'm asking far too little on the price for CL, as well. I should have asked for double of what I paid for it (after doing all the things you mentioned) - and said my price was FIRM! "DON'T LOWBALL ME".

My English was clearly too coherent, you're absolutely right.
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I'm looking at something softer, like a soft maple (sycamore), cherry, or walnut.

I'm thinking I'll do thinner shells this time, w/ re-rings (built-in by lathe, not glued-in). I'd like the edges slightly rounded-off, too.

Someone will! I'm putting together my eBay listing right now, will post a link when it's up.
You describing a Yammie Maple, Vin.

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I'm looking at something softer, like a soft maple (sycamore), cherry, or walnut.

I'm thinking I'll do thinner shells this time, w/ re-rings (built-in by lathe, not glued-in). I'd like the edges slightly rounded-off, too.

Someone will! I'm putting together my eBay listing right now, will post a link when it's up.
Cool. Sounds like you're leaning towards a more classic maple shell sound in stave construction. My new maple ply type tubs have that type of bearing edge you're descibing with no rings in the mix in their shell construction.

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Abe, ya think so? I've never played a MCA/N but you never hear anything bad about them.

Thanks Stan - yes, something more traditional for me, for sure.
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Here she is on eBay...10 watchers so far, no offers yet.

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I just got a PM from Frank (Unix) - he said he'd be willing to offer the buyer half-off of a new, matching snare...which would be $300.

He told me he'd make me another one if I sold mine...but I just won't part with it. I don't care if it'd be better...I LOVE mine. :)
hhhmm your snare cost $600, i wonder how much it would cost to send to britain, may think of ordering myself a unix snare then.
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Man, I never thought you were going to sell those drums. But I am already looking forward to your next set. Make sure you make more pictures, and record it right away so we can all bask in the glow of a shiny new Unix kit, ready to be sold in 2010...
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They sold! Everyone wave goodbye and wish her well! :)
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Abe, ya think so? I've never played a MCA/N but you never hear anything bad about them.
They match your description to a tee, Vin.

Thin shells, tunable to the extreme, rounded edges and sing like choir girls.

Try them out at a GC or someplace if you get a chance, I'd be curious to see if I read you correctly.
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They sold! Everyone wave goodbye and wish her well! :)
Wow, talk about late arrivals...I missed all of this fun! Vin, I am not at all flabbergasted by this decision you are a GRWHORE but at least you can and that you do it in STYLE is all right by all of us! We love the vicarious living...ROFL. Cannot wait to see the next beauty and congrats on the sale!!!
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I just read most of this thread...quite a story you've got going here=)

And it's shame that I didn't have $1800...I would have bought them on the spot!

Let's just hope that whoever bought them will discover Drummerworld.

Actually, you know what you should do? Put a little card into the box you're shipping them in, saying that you would and the community would appreciate it if they shared with us their new drums. It's always fun to see your drum kit in someone else's room...right, Drumsword? xD
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They sold! Everyone wave goodbye and wish her well! :)
Glad that worked out for all involved. I picked up my DWs a few days ago, and I am in love, so everyone got what we wanted! Woohoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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That's interesting Abe, I'll have to check into it and get back to ya. No one around here sells them so it's tough.

Yeah, it worked out pretty well. I'll definitely steer the buyer to the forums!
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What's the ETA on the new kit? You should make a thread about it "My Second UNIX - White Chocolate Lovelyness", so we can all share in the waiting and be exited for you (and ourselves).
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What's the ETA on the new kit? You should make a thread about it "My Second UNIX - White Chocolate Lovelyness", so we can all share in the waiting and be exited for you (and ourselves).
Oooooh I'm not entirely sure yet. I'm not going to order immediately. I'll give it a while to think about exactly what I want in wood-type, sizes, number of drums, etc.

I definitely want an ivory/antique white...nothing looks better w/ chrome over it.
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