What's your latest purchase?

Stroker

Platinum Member
To many pictures to comment on individually, but the Unix Stave Birch Bop Kit has one of the most richest looking finishes I have ever seen!
 

Bigdumbdrums

Senior Member
I just purchased a Ludwig Classic Maple in vintage marine pearl similar to this. Just waiting for them to arrive so I can pick them up. Atlas hardware and all.

 

Traditional Grip

Senior Member
Brand new:
Soultone 18" classic Flat Ride Cymbal

Got it on some kind of a glitch for $105 on Amazon. There aren't anymore for sale there and comp. ones are going for $250 + elsewhere.

It's a pretty good cymbal in general and an incredible cymbal for the price.
 

Traditional Grip

Senior Member
Just bought a Pulse Jr. 16" X 11" Bass drum that includes a cymbal mount for $50!

I'm pumped because now I don't have to spend $90 on a Meinl Bassbox and it's a little more versatile. Not sure exactly how it's going to sound out of the box but I love experimenting with tuning options.

Also, I don't have to spend $50 on a cymbal stand either, so this means huge savings for me, which = a happy wife!

The cymbal stand should hold my 18" Flat ride just fine. I have a 13" Pandiero as my floor tom. The only real drum I have is my beastly 10-lug steel snare. You can fake everything on a kit other than quality cymbals and a real snare IMO.
 

Stroker

Platinum Member
DW 9399 Snare/Tom Stand. Own the 9300 Snare Stand also. Both are outstanding. As to be expected with all things DW, you can't go wrong with either-or.
 

jbonzo1

Silver Member
You know Noble and Cooley can refurb that drum,right.
Actually, they won't refurb an Alloy Classic. I asked.
They won't strip and recoat. They will replace the hoops, lugs and throw for almost $400, which is $100 more than I paid for the drum. I added new hoops and it looks pretty good now. Sounds even better!
 

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alparrott

Platinum Member
Just bought a couple of Yamaha TP65 pads to expand my DTX Multi-12. This way I can trigger some sounds nearer to normal position in the kit and don't have to tweak around to the left to get to the 12 beside my hi-hat. A friend has also loaned me another pad to use long-term. I suppose I need to get a splitter for one of my inputs to fit all the pads, but I'm okay with this particular problem =)
 

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