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Old 03-12-2019, 05:51 AM
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Guru TOUR 7" X 14" Padauk (left) and Guru In-Tense 5.5" X 14" Ovangkol (right).
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NICE... enjoy! I can scarcely imagine life without my Guru anymore..
Me neither Al, such a rich instrument.
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Old 03-13-2019, 06:49 PM
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K Custom Dark 16, 17, 18, 20" Ride, and 14" hats
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Old 03-20-2019, 10:43 PM
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For my birthday

Zildjian A City Pack
Sonor AQ2 Safari

Got the City Pack last week to put with my SPL Street Bop kit. I hadn't played that kit in a while and was surprised how much I didn't like the sound compared to my Gretsch Renowns. Well, obviously not a surprise, but the difference was so stark I didn't want to play the kit at all. The Zildjian City Pack cymbals though are outstanding. The ride and hi-hats are really nice. Excellent tone from them both. Even the 14" crash, which sounds a bit more splashy than crashy, sounds good. I'm very impressed with this small cymbal pack.



I am a guitar player so I bought a guitar for my birthday. A 2019 Gibson SG Special. It arrived in not so good condition and I had to send it back. They didn't have anymore to replace the crappy one with so I figured it was a sign. A sign that I don't need anymore guitars and should buy another drum set instead! LOL!

Since I had fallen out of love with my very first drum kit, the SPL Street Bop, I decided to sell it and replace it with a better small kit. After a few days of research I settled on the Sonor AQ2 Safari. It's maple ply like my Renowns, good hardware, good tone according to the reviews and video demos. I ordered the kit today. I got the Marine White Pearl. I would have preferred a darker color, but not enough to put up another $200. I had intended to just add an AQ2 16" bass drum and use my Renown toms with it for a smaller footprint, but for $250 more I could have an entire kit so I went with it. With 48-month financing this was an easy purchase!

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Old 03-21-2019, 01:53 AM
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Carbon Fiber, Sounds awesome!!!
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Taye Copper snare
Aluminum die cast hoops.
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Nice. Love brass and Taye drums
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2005 year of production Paiste 22in Signature Full Ride. Med Bright, nice ping, strong bell, lush wash. Like it so far, played it for a short while earlier.
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I bought a Yamaha boom arm for cowbells. That thing is the single greatest invention ever! The placement options are limitless, especially if used on my DR-80 Pearl drum rack. I was fed up with having it attached to the bass drum hoop......ugh!
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Old 03-21-2019, 06:05 PM
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I bought a Yamaha boom arm for cowbells. That thing is the single greatest invention ever! The placement options are limitless, especially if used on my DR-80 Pearl drum rack. I was fed up with having it attached to the bass drum hoop......ugh!
Word - recently added one too. Cowbell over my floor tom next to the ride, it's ideal.

More excitingly, recently got an Oriollo Phantom 14x6.5 in black sable.
It's gorgeous!
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Old 03-21-2019, 06:12 PM
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Word - recently added one too. Cowbell over my floor tom next to the ride, it's ideal.

More excitingly, recently got an Oriollo Phantom 14x6.5 in black sable.
It's gorgeous!
Over the floor tom eh?...........clever idea 👍
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Had my GAS under control until I fell off the wagon:

1. DW 8x14 purpleheart snare. What a backbeat.

2. Orphan Tama 14x16 Star floor tom that matches my kit. I already had a drum this size but my fave drum shop offered to make a deal. Suddenly I’m running the possibility of having a kit with two of the same sized floor toms through my mind. They honestly revealed that the drum was a demo and had a flaw. Upon examining the flaw, it was EXACTLY like the small crack on the inner shell from a drum I had returned to Tama upon accepting delivery of my new kit from a different retailer some months ago. The drum also had floor tom legs different from the Star legs it was supposed to have, just like the drum I had returned! See where I’m going with this? What are the odds? Anyway, I now have the drum I once owned and it cost a fraction of a new one. The drums may be the same size, but tuned differently.

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Old 03-22-2019, 12:07 AM
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Just landed today from across The Pond. Apologies in advance for the iPhone photo quality.

Guru TOUR 7" X 14" Padauk (left) and Guru In-Tense 5.5" X 14" Ovangkol (right).
Major congrats Doug! I can honestly say, my Guru Ovangkol snare is by far the most amazing sounding wood snare I've ever played or heard. I've tried buying other wood snares but that dang Guru just keeps beating them all....I guess it's saving me money, ha!
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Old 03-22-2019, 01:13 AM
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Major congrats Doug! I can honestly say, my Guru Ovangkol snare is by far the most amazing sounding wood snare I've ever played or heard. I've tried buying other wood snares but that dang Guru just keeps beating them all....I guess it's saving me money, ha!
Thanks Clint! She's a keeper!
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Old 03-22-2019, 02:59 AM
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Just landed today from across The Pond. Apologies in advance for the iPhone photo quality.

Guru TOUR 7" X 14" Padauk (left) and Guru In-Tense 5.5" X 14" Ovangkol (right).
Oh my, extraordinary drums. Congrats! I have the same size padauk drum but yours appears to have 8 lugs??? Wow! I’m fortunate to own a few of Andy’s and Dean’s masterpieces so I’m familiar with what you’re experiencing. Special instruments. I still have regrets for not pulling the trigger fast enough for that last black walnut kit. My padauk kit will have to do :).
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I got the Marine White Pearl. I would have preferred a darker color, but not enough to put up another $200.
White Marine Pearl rules the earth, my friend! You made the right choice.

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Old 03-22-2019, 11:39 PM
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Oh my, extraordinary drums. Congrats! I have the same size padauk drum but yours appears to have 8 lugs??? Wow! I’m fortunate to own a few of Andy’s and Dean’s masterpieces so I’m familiar with what you’re experiencing. Special instruments. I still have regrets for not pulling the trigger fast enough for that last black walnut kit. My padauk kit will have to do :).
Thanks! Yeah, Andy had an 8-lug Padauk in stock. I didn't think very long about scooping it up. Very special instruments indeed.
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:44 AM
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Taye Copper snare
Aluminum die cast hoops.
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:00 AM
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I just got a brand new Ludwig Classic Maple. Here is the unboxing and sound sample vid. https://youtu.be/nGcHkEpm3rE
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:30 AM
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I just got a brand new Ludwig Classic Maple. Here is the unboxing and sound sample vid. https://youtu.be/nGcHkEpm3rE
Nice set. I like that one a lot.
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I just got a brand new Ludwig Classic Maple. Here is the unboxing and sound sample vid. https://youtu.be/nGcHkEpm3rE
I was at Guitar Center a few days ago and saw a Classic Maple kit...the 16x16 floor tom was tuned low and it blew me away. I wondered if it was a fluke.

Now I see your vid, and the low tuning on the 16" floor sounds identical. Holy crap it sounds awesome.

I'm not even a fan of low tunings, but I think the Classic Maple is the kit to get for that sound.

As a jazzier player though, your "high" tuning is more like a mid tuning for me.

Thanks for posting the vid! It's nice to live vicariously.
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Mapex Falcon Two Leg Hi Hat Stand. Brilliant features & extremely sturdy :) Love the removable legs.

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Old 03-29-2019, 12:33 PM
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[quote=steadypocket;1626529]Had my GAS under control until I fell off the wagon:

See where I’m going with this? What are the odds? Anyway, I now have the drum I once owned and it cost a fraction of a new one. The drums may be the same size, but tuned differently.


That is crazy!!! Glad you managed to get a bargain out of it
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Old 03-29-2019, 01:38 PM
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Gig bag for 22" bass drum (I have 3 bass drums; one kit with 2 and the kit at home with a single bass drum, but i have a recording session coming up and didn't have a gig bag for that one. The kit with 2 bass drums i keep at the practice space)

Longer tom arm to mount a rocket tom more closely

4x Vic Firth 2B's. Tried these sticks a little while ago and really like their feel and weight. Feels like I'm more in control then with the 5B's i use now. They're obviously a bit louder, but i feel like i don't have too work as much compared to the 5B's. The acorn tip also give more clarity on the cymbals, very nice!

And... haven't bought it yet, but i spotted a discounted Paiste 20" Novo China and i don't need it, but i've wanted one for ages and i think i'm in the phase now that i want something else after using Zildjian for roughly 8 years. So who knows... ;)
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:38 PM
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Ok... i bought the 20" Novo China i mentioned above ^_^
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My first Black Beauty ever. B-Stock floor demo 8" X 14" in pristine condition.
I'd been considering a second 8" deep snare for years. Opted for a brass shell.
Bermuda tipped the scale on this bad boy.
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LB402B Chrome over Brass Supraphonic.
Replaced all hardware with Copper and left off the lugs gaskets.
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Replaced all hardware with Copper and left off the lugs gaskets.
WOW !! That's beautiful.

Where do you get copper plated parts ???


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WOW !! That's beautiful.

Where do you get copper plated parts ???
I got them from a drum builder on another forum, who had them plated for a progect that never happened.

Any Chrome shop would be able to do it, but it's not gonna be cheap.
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Hey y'all, it's been a minute since I've posted on the forum; good to be back!
So, for awhile now I've been looking for a second crash to compliment my 16" A. Zildjian thin, and I finally found it: a 16" K. Zildjian EFX. The best way I could describe the sound is halfway between a crash and a china. It creates a breathy, hissy, cushion of sound, with a white noise quality like the Crash of Doom, but not as cantankerous, and with less sustain. This cymbal is less about tone and more about texture, and would blend in well with almost any setup.
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Bought a Yamaha MG10 mixer just to have a decent way to monitor my own practice and maybe record audio for youtube vids.

Also bought an Audix D6 and pair of Samson C02 mics.
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Bought a Yamaha MG10 mixer just to have a decent way to monitor my own practice and maybe record audio for youtube vids.

Also bought an Audix D6 and pair of Samson C02 mics.
You will enjoy ALL of those items - I own all of them as well (Although I think I have the MG10XU version, pretty much identical).
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Meinl Classics Custom Dark : 20" Ride, 2 sets of 14" hats, 8" and 10" splashes, 16" and 18" crashes, and an 18" china. Perfect for Metal:




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Meinl Classics Custom Dark : 20" Ride, 2 sets of 14" hats, 8" and 10" splashes, 16" and 18" crashes, and an 18" china. Perfect for Metal.
I'm not so into the sound of these cymbals for me, but there's no denying they are beautiful looking.
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Swapped some 13" Z Dyno Beats for these lovelies today :)

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The Novo i mentioned earlier in all it's glory ;)



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Are they painted or heat forged to look that way?
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Sold my DW 9002's & bought some DW 9002's :)

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Also a cheeky little Pearl 13x3 Brass Piccolo :)

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Swapped some 13" Z Dyno Beats for these lovelies today :)

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Possibly one of the better trades I've seen. I have a pair of 13 dyno beats and the do one thing, and are on an x-hat on my kit. They're like little manhole covers once you open them up. Nicely done.
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Possibly one of the better trades I've seen. I have a pair of 13 dyno beats and the do one thing, and are on an x-hat on my kit. They're like little manhole covers once you open them up. Nicely done.
I was into the 13's when I first bought them as they were loud & obnoxious which suited the music I was playing. I still play the same music but my taste & ears have now changed. I bought a pair of New Beats & they became my permanent set. Like you, I used the 13's as X Hats for a while but got bored so put them up for sale. I have yet to try the K's though :)
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The table looks like my walnut segmented drums, only flat.
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