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  1. Let's Go Dodgers!

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    All of these are drop dead gorgeous! Keep them coming!
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    PEARL DRUMS
    MCX RED GLASS 22" X 18," 14" x 6.5", 10" X 8", 12" X 9", 14" x 11", 16" X 14", 18" x 16", and Sabians
    My Kit; http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/at...8&d=1290113760

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  2. Pearl fan

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    Here's my MCX kit set up before a gig, a couple months ago.

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  3. Chomp, Chomp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimenez View Post
    Here's my MCX kit set up before a gig, a couple months ago.

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    Beautiful kit. You sure sit very low.
    Drumming since 1961.
    MCX 8 Piece Bronze Glass
    Paiste Cymbals

  4. Chomp, Chomp

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadypocket View Post
    Those bronze glass kits are stunning guys!

    Thank you sir.
    Drumming since 1961.
    MCX 8 Piece Bronze Glass
    Paiste Cymbals

  5. A Passion Play ...

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    The Chestnut Fade MCX ....
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    Eric G : Pearl,pAiSTe,Remo,Vic Firth,SKB,Roc n Soc,Roland V-Drums. Icon 501. Masters MCX Chestnut Fade
    22"x18",10"x8",12"x9",16"x16". Ian Paice Snare. Why not ...

  6. Playing since 1976

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    Keep the beautiful Masters kits coming! Great drums everyone!
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  7. Away From The World

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadypocket View Post
    Those bronze glass kits are stunning guys!
    Cheers! And there's more around to be added!

    Pearl Masters MCX Bronze Glass
    8x7 | 10x8 | 12x9 | 14x14 | 16x16 | 22x18


  8. three-two

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    Masters kit #2. The Quilted Bubinga Sunburst MCX in its current config:

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    Pearl WX: 8x5.5/10x6.5/10x8/12x10/13x11/14x12/16x16/18x16/22x16/22x16 Piano Black
    Pearl MCX: 8x7/10x8/12x9/13x10/14x14/16x16/22x18 Quilted Bubinga Sunburst
    Pearl MPL: 8x7/10x8/12x9/13x10/14x14/16x16/22x18 Ultra Blue Fade
    6 pc Mapex Saturn SE Birch/Walnut in Ocean Wave Fade for SALE- PM Me

  9. Registered User

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    Here's my Masters kit














  10. Natural Finish Army

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    Threads like these enforce one thing..............You just can't beat a Pearl Masters kit. It's really fun, to be able to go through page after page and see the verity of what Pearl has to offer. (now if Pearl would just bring back the full Master lineup...............sorry could not resist.)

    Here's the Masters kits I've owned.

    MMX #153 Sunrise Fade
    MMX #129 Sapphire Sunburst
    BRX #112 Natural Birch
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  11. HA HA HA HA HA HAAAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by phips View Post
    Threads like these enforce one thing..............You just can't beat a Pearl Masters kit. It's really fun, to be able to go through page after page and see the verity of what Pearl has to offer. (now if Pearl would just bring back the full Master lineup...............sorry could not resist.)

    Here's the Masters kits I've owned.
    LAWDY... Birch is supposed to be a 'boring' grain, but look at that finish just leap out! All three are GORGEOUS!
    Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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  12. The Hardware Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by phips View Post
    Threads like these enforce one thing..............You just can't beat a Pearl Masters kit. It's really fun, to be able to go through page after page and see the verity of what Pearl has to offer. (now if Pearl would just bring back the full Master lineup...............sorry could not resist.)

    Here's the Masters kits I've owned.
    The thing with the older Masters line up (pre MCX, etc) was the absolutely huge variety of finishes on offer. The kits were pretty simple - thin maple, thicker maple, thicker birch (and for a short while, thin birch and thin mahogany - both of which came back as LTD editions I think?). But the amount of finishes you could choose from was astounding, and those colours were so beautiful! I've said the same about the early 2000's Exports too - the range of finishes on the ELX's in particular was fantastic, and the finishes available were superb!

    Sadly, Masters play second fiddle to Reference now, so they have a much more limited array of finishes available to them, as naturally Pearl want to push the Ref's/Ref Pure's with more finishes. And then there's MW's for all the other finishes
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