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Old 01-30-2009, 01:21 AM
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I put my Zebrawood stave on the Sonor Five Star...nice matching grain and gold hardware. I call the whole thing Tribal Weapon


I have the Sonor Signatures now with the Dunnett Titanium and the Spirit of 2002 and call the whole thing Heavy Metal
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those are some sweet drums!

not usually a fan of the gold hardware, but they look awesome on yours.
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Man, those are some dirty snare heads!
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:45 AM
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I'm never one to goo and gaa over sets.....but damn bro those 2 made my wee wee move.

I don't know why I didn't buy a Sonor over my DW's...serious buyers remorse sometimes, especially when I see kits like those.
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Old 01-30-2009, 02:20 AM
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Man, those are some dirty snare heads!
Yes sir, time to change up the R30 DW and Zebrawood on the Ebony kit.

Sorry to hear about the buyers remorse, but DW Sells real easy for good money.
I would get an S Classix in Stratawood.
Or a Delite in Tigerwood.
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Old 01-30-2009, 03:11 AM
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Yes sir, time to change up the R30 DW and Zebrawood on the Ebony kit.

Sorry to hear about the buyers remorse, but DW Sells real easy for good money.
I would get an S Classix in Stratawood.
Or a Delite in Tigerwood.
Oh man....it would be tempting.
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what are the tom heads on the first pic? why do they look blueish....


and those drums are just......uhhhhhhhh............
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those new Sonor's are very nice, specs?...
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Seriously cool! do you have a preffered kit?
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those new Sonor's are very nice, specs?...
They are Designer Maple Light shells which are rock maple, 6.3 mm thickness.
3 layers of 3 ply rock maple. Ebony Inner and Outer Veener and Gold Hardware.
8X8, 10X8, 12X9 Toms
14x14, 16x16 Floor Toms
14X5 Snare
22x18.5 Bass Drum
Derek Roddy said the five star ebony kit he played was the best sounding drum kit he ever played.
He did not know if it was the kit as he only played one or if that would be true of the entire 25 kits.
I can compare it to my Signature kit and its not the same...is it better? I am not sure.

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what are the tom heads on the first pic? why do they look blueish....
and those drums are just......uhhhhhhhh............
Attack Heads 2 ply medium clear with tone ridge.
Dark, punchy sound without dampening the natural sound of the head. They are so resonate and not like any other 2 ply.
http://www.universalpercussion.com/attackabout.html
http://www.vintagedrum.com/category/...l/brand/Attack
I got the Ebony kit that way from Steve Smith and Thomas Lang clinics.
http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=32826
I was so floored by the heads that it started some comparisons over at the Sonor Forum and these Attack DrumHeads are incredible was the constant response.

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Seriously cool! do you have a preffered kit?
I do not prefer one kit over the other, except the fact the Signature kit is bigger....and has an 18X18 inch floor tom on its way...pics to soon follow. What I did like was the exchanging of second snares, the Zebrawood in place of the Dunnett Ti...and the Ti in place of a Canopus Zelkova.

The Canopus Zelkova is taking a break on the shelf...I think its sad. I will use it for rudiment training. Its one wicked snare on its own.

My DW R30 and the Spirit of 2002 are the two main snares for good on each kit. I think the new second snare lineup is the prefered choice sonicly and estheticly. I am one lucky soul and I want everyone to think about buying top quality Sonor. For the money the S Class Pro and the S Classix are the best deal on the planet. You have been enlightened.

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Old 01-30-2009, 10:01 PM
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Beautiful gear ya have there. How would you describe the sound of zebrawood? I have a full bubinga stave kit but am interested in zebrawood for a DIY project.
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Old 01-31-2009, 04:53 AM
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Zebrawood has a high silica content. Its very much like my R30 snare to tell you the truth which is a mixture of brass and maple. I would say a zebrawood kit would be incredible as it seems to sound like both metal and wood. Excellent stave drum for sure.
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Old 01-31-2009, 05:15 AM
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The sonors are very impressive, and very formidable looking. Zebrawood at 1575 on the janka scale is pretty dense. It looks as powerful as it must sound.
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Nice set. I would like to see some photos from the front.
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I gave the 3003 SE to my son. I kept the Starman Reso from this kit for my Signature kit.


Zebrawood Stave by SMD drums




Spirit of 2002 6.5X14


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It just doesn't get any better than this...
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Old 02-01-2009, 02:15 PM
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Junglelord - I know I say this every time, but BEAUTIFUL kit.

Nothing beats Designers!
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Old 02-01-2009, 05:23 PM
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I keep coming back to look at these.....It's not often my wee wee moves......So.....

If anyone doesn't think that these kits are gorgeous must be insane, and frankly need some mental help.....well you know what I mean.
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Old 02-05-2009, 05:04 AM
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Thanks for the super kind words everyone, I am humbled.
I have an 18x18 inch Signature coming in soon.
I will post pics of it on the kit as soon as I get it home.
Its in the states being taken care of with love and a big gun....LOL.
I present pictures of the drum that will be in transit... May it make that trip safely and secure. Come to Papa.




Conan and my granddaughter Kylie tripping the light fantastic.
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Old 02-17-2009, 01:33 AM
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Packed my first drum EVER!
I used my Canopus Zelkova box for the Dunnett Ti.
Its ready to weigh and insure and ship.
:cry:

Maybe this will cheer me up till the floor tom comes.












Drum Refinishing may save taxes....


Now the shelfs are empty of expensive snares and the Canopus Zelkova is retuned and back on the Signature kit


Waiting for the 18X18 Signature floor tom. Then to have the Phonic floor tom recovered in and out with Bubinga. Then I will put the 18x18 floor tom in a gong drum position...then the Signature kit is done. One serious piece of rock.


I put my Zebrawood stave on the Five Star...nice matching grain and gold hardware. I call the whole thing Tribal Weapon


I had the Titanium with the Spirit of 2002 and called the whole thing Heavy Metal. I will get another Ti. I like them A LOT.
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Man I can't even spell invyous after looking at those two sets.(envious) I sure hope your homeowners insurance is jacked up to pay replacement value on those bad boys.
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:53 PM
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Make that an 11 piece Signature kit, with a 18x18 ft riding on a gong drum position....LOVE IT.
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Lookie what my dad bought me for my kit! I will have two 8X8 toms now for my Five Star Kit.


its a perfect match except for the inside is not ebony on this one, but only I would see that.


I was less then half price of what I paid for my 8X8, so it was a steal, brand new, from Sam I Am


So I got six toms now and a 8 piece Five Star Designer Ebony.
I have had two toms the same before and can pitch them significantly apart, so it should work out fine that way.
Almost a Neil Peart Kit now, just need a floor tom for the left side and a gong drum.
;)

Its going to look real sharp, photos in about two weeks.
How cool is that? Lucky for me Sam had the tom mount too.
I will have to move my two 8" toms over to the left and cut the high hat rod.
Such is life in the big kits.
8-) :lol:

I actually wonder if this was not the one ordered by Shane for me, when they could not find the Five Star 8" initially.
I know a order was put in...so this may be the one they made for me in the first place...I am not sure if it was ever processed or not, that order, so thats just a guess, but it is a odd ball drum to be hanging around.
If it is, I got it for a steal.
I cannot wait to do the full six tom fill.....Neil Peart, here we come.
:lol:

To keep me busy till it arrives, check this out.

I was given this beautiful bass guitar, from a dear friend, as a gift, out of the blue.
I was talking about wanting one for a while, and he picked up a new bass for himself *worth big bucks* and felt he had too many bass guitars and gave this up for me!

Peavy Millennium® 4 BXP



Peavey's new Millennium® 4 BXP bass guitar combines sexy looks with features offering you our best valued bass ever. Genuine quilt maple top adds a stunning look to any of the four available finishes. The hard rock maple neck has a silky smooth satin finish and a great feeling action that plays superbly. Peavey's string through body design increases the amount of sustain and is not a feature you would normally find on a bass in this price range. To top it off there are two straight single coil humbucking pickups with choice electronics to insure versatile and flexible sound quality for live or studio gigs. You'll be blown away by the result of this beautiful bass.

http://www.peavey.com/products/brows...il&item=114079

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIL77skew2A

Its georgeous. Man do I feel loved. How cool is that? The bass is nothing like his new one concerning the action, but this is still one smooth bass. He is playing bass for us in our drum circle now. My friend Brian plays a Philip Kubicki Factor Bass now.
http://www.kubicki.com/

These are some fantastic custom bass guitars, I feel priveldged to have held one in my hands. His is Corvette yellow and the action is just WOOWHHH. He said that it was worth about four grand...he got it second hand for about $2500. So I actually test drove a bass guitar ferraria today. That was quite the experience.
:lol:

But I love mine and just cannot stop playing with it. The quilted maple and black are sweet. Matches my Peavey amp for my Roland TD 6V. My fingers are sore. :lol:


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Old 09-29-2009, 01:15 AM
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Lookie what my dad bought me for my kit! I will have two 8X8 toms now for my Five Star Kit.


its a perfect match except for the inside is not ebony on this one, but only I would see that.


I was less then half price of what I paid for my 8X8, so it was a steal, brand new, from Sam I Am


So I got six toms now and a 8 piece Five Star Designer Ebony.
I have had two toms the same before and can pitch them significantly apart, so it should work out fine that way.
Almost a Neil Peart Kit now, just need a floor tom for the left side and a gong drum.
;)

Its going to look real sharp, photos in about two weeks.
How cool is that? Lucky for me Sam had the tom mount too.
I will have to move my two 8" toms over to the left and cut the high hat rod.
Such is life in the big kits.
8-) :lol:

I actually wonder if this was not the one ordered by Shane for me, when they could not find the Five Star 8" initially.
I know a order was put in...so this may be the one they made for me in the first place...I am not sure if it was ever processed or not, that order, so thats just a guess, but it is a odd ball drum to be hanging around.
If it is, I got it for a steal.
I cannot wait to do the full six tom fill.....Neil Peart, here we come.
:lol:

To keep me busy till it arrives, check this out.

I was given this beautiful bass guitar, from a dear friend, as a gift, out of the blue.
I was talking about wanting one for a while, and he picked up a new bass for himself *worth big bucks* and felt he had too many bass guitars and gave this up for me!

Peavy Millennium® 4 BXP



Peavey's new Millennium® 4 BXP bass guitar combines sexy looks with features offering you our best valued bass ever. Genuine quilt maple top adds a stunning look to any of the four available finishes. The hard rock maple neck has a silky smooth satin finish and a great feeling action that plays superbly. Peavey's string through body design increases the amount of sustain and is not a feature you would normally find on a bass in this price range. To top it off there are two straight single coil humbucking pickups with choice electronics to insure versatile and flexible sound quality for live or studio gigs. You'll be blown away by the result of this beautiful bass.

http://www.peavey.com/products/brows...il&item=114079

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIL77skew2A

Its georgeous. Man do I feel loved. How cool is that? The bass is nothing like his new one concerning the action, but this is still one smooth bass. He is playing bass for us in our drum circle now. My friend Brian plays a Philip Kubicki Factor Bass now.
http://www.kubicki.com/

These are some fantastic custom bass guitars, I feel priveldged to have held one in my hands. His is Corvette yellow and the action is just WOOWHHH. He said that it was worth about four grand...he got it second hand for about $2500. So I actually test drove a bass guitar ferraria today. That was quite the experience.
:lol:

But I love mine and just cannot stop playing with it. The quilted maple and black are sweet. Matches my Peavey amp for my Roland TD 6V. My fingers are sore. :lol:

that 8 x8 ... mmmmm... a jewel.. and I see you have and old paiste alpha sound edge ... another jewel.. I have a pair of normal old alpha hats and they are nice, made in switzerland, not germany.. congrats..
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:50 AM
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I got my new tom, check it out.
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A little diddy with my new and second eight inch tom added to my kit.
I got six toms now. Biggest Five Star in North America I think.

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Hey there mate, that kit looks totally awesome. You're a very lucky man to have that. Biggest 5 star kit in north america. That's a pretty cool claim. I'm a bass player too and i must say those peavey basses are absolutely amazing vfm. I used to own one which i sold to a friend but i paid £200 for it and the quality for that sort of money is rather amazing. The only gripe i had about it was the hardware, peavey probably spent a bit too much time trying to copy off hipshot and the quality suffered for it i think but it's a small complaint for otherwise a very good bass. A USA cirrus is seriously on my dream bass list now and it's amazing to think you can get used ones for as little as £600.
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Old 10-22-2009, 09:42 PM
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My dream bass, Kubicki X Factor Bass Guitar
nuff said.
LOL.
I am trying to get one if possible.
My friend owns it.


I am loving my Peavy however.
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You, sir, have just posted two epic drumsets, and a picture of Megan Fox all in one thread. You deserve a prize. Seriously.
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Awesome drums buddy ! I hope your dog doesnt pee on them thinking that they're a tree ! By the way, nice dog !
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You, sir, have just posted two epic drumsets, and a picture of Megan Fox all in one thread. You deserve a prize. Seriously.
Oh god please don't mention her. I think i'm going to have to restrain myself from bashing someone's nut in if they release one more bloody vampire film this year!
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i am sorry to all my dads friends he wanted me to tell u he was going to get new lungs unfortunitly dean passed away sep 20 2010 he was a great drummer father brother son and frien may he rest in peace we love u xoxoxo
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My condolences to you and your family Brandon....
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i am sorry to all my dads friends he wanted me to tell u he was going to get new lungs unfortunitly dean passed away sep 20 2010 he was a great drummer father brother son and frien may he rest in peace we love u xoxoxo
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Brandon, we at the Sonormuseum wish to express our deepest sympathy. Dean was an active member on our forum for many years. We will miss him greatly. Please PM me with information about funeral arrangements, etc. Many of our members would like to express their sympathy and condolences at the loss of your father and our good friend.

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Sorry to hear news of your father's departure Brandon. It's a tough time. I lost my father last week too, & only 3 months after loosing my mother. Difficult stuff. Keep strong, Andy.
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i am sorry to all my dads friends he wanted me to tell u he was going to get new lungs unfortunitly dean passed away sep 20 2010 he was a great drummer father brother son and frien may he rest in peace we love u xoxoxo
brandon ward
Brandon,
I only had a few discussions with Dean, but I could tell right away what a genuine, kind, and compassionate dude he was.
I'm really sorry.

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I'm really sorry about your dad. Hope your doing okay.

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