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  1. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by RG1820X View Post
    Since I don't recall seeing it before, did you just get that or have you had it for a while? That is a nice looking snare. I heard great comments about it.
    No. Jeez, I’ve had this snare for over a decade. It’s pretty special to me so i don’t take it out a lot. But with recent events, my mindset has changed somewhat.
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  2. FKA Tasty808

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheez_Whiz View Post
    Nice little set-up. Curious though as to why the footplate on the HH stand is opposite (180) from the footplate on the bass pedal. Personal preference, or no real reason?
    Honestly didn't even notice. The pedal was my back up since the other snapped at the chain. Never have I ever snapped a chain. This has to be some sort of weak link in these RedLine pedals. I play maybe once a week for about an hour or so and I bought them as soon as they were released. Might just be a weak batch. Just read about another guy on Facebook with the same issue.

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  3. Away From The World

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Not really “drivers seat”...
    Closer to drivers seat than many birds eye pics in here.. I have the same ES snare and will never sell it (unless under duress).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
    Practice makes perfect. But ultimately, I am living proof that you don't need to play well to enjoy gear. You might be surprised how much enjoyment you can get while still sucking.

  4. Enjoy Every Sandwich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasty808 View Post
    Honestly didn't even notice. The pedal was my back up since the other snapped at the chain. Never have I ever snapped a chain. This has to be some sort of weak link in these RedLine pedals. I play maybe once a week for about an hour or so and I bought them as soon as they were released. Might just be a weak batch. Just read about another guy on Facebook with the same issue.

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    Hmm...could be. I don't own any of the redline series and my Eliminators are mature, but I've never had anything break on them. Hopefully you and Pearl can come to a solution to replace them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    Closer to drivers seat than many birds eye pics in here.. I have the same ES snare and will never sell it (unless under duress).

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    Great looking kit Mike!

    Before I read your post, I saw the ES on shelf - it is a beauty! What do you think of the 6.5 Reference Brass snare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RG1820X View Post
    Great looking kit Mike!

    Before I read your post, I saw the ES on shelf - it is a beauty! What do you think of the 6.5 Reference Brass snare?
    Hey Andy, I like the Ref Brass as it's not as harsh as the steel but still packs a decent punch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    Hey Andy, I like the Ref Brass as it's not as harsh as the steel but still packs a decent punch.
    That sounds like a great sounding snare. I never found the 14x5 steel model harsh, but it is cutting.
    I may have forgotten or somehow I missed seeing something in your signature, but (after reading it in another thread) did you get a gong bass drum for your kit? You'll have to post pics of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RG1820X View Post
    That sounds like a great sounding snare. I never found the 14x5 steel model harsh, but it is cutting.
    I may have forgotten or somehow I missed seeing something in your signature, but (after reading it in another thread) did you get a gong bass drum for your kit? You'll have to post pics of it!
    A reminder here from post #293 onward...

    https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...-2013-AD/page8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
    Practice makes perfect. But ultimately, I am living proof that you don't need to play well to enjoy gear. You might be surprised how much enjoyment you can get while still sucking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    A reminder here from post #293 onward... https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...-2013-AD/page8
    Where do you see the post number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasty808 View Post
    Where do you see the post number?
    Top right corner of every post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    Top right corner of every post
    Interesting. Must just be on the website. I'm still using an old iPad mini 2 that I refuse to update so I can still use the app.
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    Yep I'm referring to website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
    Practice makes perfect. But ultimately, I am living proof that you don't need to play well to enjoy gear. You might be surprised how much enjoyment you can get while still sucking.

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