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    Great little setup, can't go wrong with that....

    Great little setup, can't go wrong with that. I've used 18" bass drums in every situation from small function, rehearsals, rock gig and outdoor festivals, it's perfect anywhere and surprises every...
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    Great choice, drop me a PM anytime you're in the...

    Great choice, drop me a PM anytime you're in the big smoke :)
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    Yeah, for your use, Arcadia bop is the way to go...

    Yeah, for your use, Arcadia bop is the way to go for the price, and the birch shells, where the midtown is poplar.
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    I’m in London myself. Not sure they do the cases...

    I’m in London myself. Not sure they do the cases off the shelf but the pearl ones don’t look too long lasting. A company like Protection racket would probably custom build you something of a similar...
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    I’m in the UK too! :) Where abouts you from? ...

    I’m in the UK too! :) Where abouts you from?

    Yes mine is a Cafe Racer, and very nice too, for your use and budget, look at the Natal Arcadia bop kits, birch shells and perfect for heavy gigging. ...
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    I'd try for something with an 18" bass drum...

    I'd try for something with an 18" bass drum personally, just gives a bit more thump and volume, which is definitely needed in a big band context. 18", 12", 14" is IMO the best compact big band kit. ...
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