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Old 12-31-2011, 03:23 AM
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Default Peter Englehart metal percussion

Curious about these after seeing Billy Martin's "Life on Drums". What Englehart devices do you have, how are you mounting them to your kit, and how are you using them?

http://www.peteengelhart.com/pages/instruments.html
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Old 12-31-2011, 04:20 AM
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Default Re: Peter Englehart metal percussion

I'm too cheap for the Pete Engelhart version of the crasher ($60 = egad!).

Rhythm Tech makes a clone in 11" for $30 or 15" for $35. Pearl also makes one (I think it's about $40).

I prefer the 11" Rhythm Tech version, mount it above the ride cymbal and play it like X-Hats. Very cool instrument.
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Default Re: Peter Englehart metal percussion

I have Pete Englehart quad bells, agogo bells, a crasher, a UFO disc, a Reco Reco and a Lens drum. It's more than I need so I am actually selling some of it on eBay right now.
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Default Re: Peter Englehart metal percussion

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I have Pete Englehart quad bells, agogo bells, a crasher, a UFO disc, a Reco Reco and a Lens drum. It's more than I need so I am actually selling some of it on eBay right now.
Wow. Im a percussionist too. You have some links?
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Default Re: Peter Englehart metal percussion

Anyone using the UFO?
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