Or just admit that you're new to the idea of how drums are constructed and learn something instead of posting useful stuff that takes up my bandwidth. =)
All I did was try to answer your vague question with a general principal, two things in my answer that I acknowledged. However, in your response (after you trying to make fun of me and discredit me) you did end up clarifying my mistake in terminology, which I have now clarified at the beginning of this post, and is something I know now never to do again. So thanks.Hint: Don't come in here acting like you know what you're talking about when you clearly don't
bighaibigdrums - Nice way to try and use my argument against me!!
However, you need to learn how to read other people's posts before you begin to try and act smart (meaning, you didn't read my post carefully enough and you made a fatal flaw in your response that confirms my original point to a greater degree). However, I'll not point out your fault because you're obviously still looking to try and bash me.
they're pretty much ply wood and glue
Except stave, arcylic, and solid shell all drums are plywood
my point is that the plywood isn't of a particular wood
Many high end drums are combinations of woods
That's why it's an entry level kit.
"my DW is plywood and glue.... is it entry level?"
hi to all... just want to ask if there's a difference with the terms: "plywood" and "ply wood"?
from what i know, "plywood" refers to small chunks of wood, usually composite, glued together for industrial use, such as for wall paneling, for furniture-making and other carpentry works, and sometimes used for bodies of cheap guitars, etc... while "ply wood" refers to the act of gluing wider chunks of specially selected type of wood, usually in terms of its tonal characteristics and durability, on top of each other for a specific purpose...
seemingly, "plywood" is somehow recycled while "ply wood" is somehow specially made...
please correct me... thanks! good day to all!
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