What's your latest purchase?

PaisteGuy

Active Member
Bought back the Tama SLP Bubinga 14”x6” snare from the Drum Guy I deal with at the local music store. He put a Remo coated CS dot on it, along with new 42 strand wires on. I had put the die cast hoops on it before I sold it to him. Glad to have it back.
 

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drumnut87

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I picked them up on the way to a rehearsal tonight. Holy hell these are awesome. They sound exactly how I want hi-hats to sound, which is especially gratifying seeing as I put zero research into the purchase: the Universe simply provided me with what I needed. (This has happened to me with a lot of gear).

Happy happy happy!

:)
theyre nice hats. i have a set here that are my spares/backup set :)
 

drumnut87

Silver Member
a hardcase for most of my mics :) the ones on the bottom part of the pic are going in the case, the top ones are all in their own little pouches waiting for another hardcase :)
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JohnnyStix

Member
Bought back the Tama SLP Bubinga 14”x6” snare from the Drum Guy I deal with at the local music store. He put a Remo coated CS dot on it, along with new 42 strand wires on. I had put the die cast hoops on it before I sold it to him. Glad to have it back.
Can I ask. What prompted you to give it up? Just curious...
 

PaisteGuy

Active Member
Can I ask. What prompted you to give it up? Just curious...
I didn’t want to sell it, but the Wife thought I had to many snares 😆😬🙄, so after some nagging, i reluctantly sold off a couple of snares. Plus, the Drum Guy who bought a StarClassic Bubinga kit from me wanted the snare. He reluctantly sold it back to me, to pay off a Star Walnut 14”x20” bass drum.
 
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Duck Tape

Platinum Member
I picked up this g maple thing, it’s 13x7.
Didn’t come with diecast hoops but it sounds good.

I put a new batter and reso on it. I’ll pit it against my Mapex nomad and evetts 13’s and of it doesn’t fill a gap in my collection I’ll sell it on.
 

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Cmdr. Ross

Silver Member
How do you like ‘em?
They're great. I use the cord for studio work, no cord for Bluetooth use around the house. Great frequency response and everything just sounds good.
 

Ransan

Senior Member
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Coming back from Montana I’ve snagged this rare gem.

It’s a 14”x5” copper Sensitone snare that I’ve been eyeing for some time with SR150 Click-lock throw.

Since I’ve spotted it, I did all the research I could, mostly coming up empty though there’s a single audiophile on YT from Japan.

Besides the occasional free floating shell and the 3.5” Smitty sig, I recall not ever seeing one of these.

I’ll need to find out more about it from Pearl, it has a Pearl tagged serial inside shell.

It sounds so sweet!
 

someguy01

Platinum Member
An LP Mambo cowbell, DW claw mount for said cowbell, a Tunebot (that's right @yammyfan, I joined the cult) and a 22" Masters dark crash/ride. There's an LP rock cowbell coming too, but apparently LP either needs to forge it after mining the ore or find the cow and steal it back.
Some books for an upcoming vacation
Rakim: Sweat the Technique
Questlove: Music is History
 

Al Strange

Platinum Member
Just got one of these bad boy cymbal cases:

Other than a mild whiff of the ocean (or chippy for those who live in Blighty - I think it’s the foam?:unsure:🐟) it’s awesome. If you know me, there’s no prize for guessing what cymbals are going to live in there! Also got a Tama DC hoop and some Remo Ambassadors for my lovely WorldMax BNOB snare…:)(y)
 
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