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  1. Registered User

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricD View Post
    That's a 16x14 with legs. The 14 is also legs.
    Sweet! How do you like them?
    Solo project: "Suicide Animals" - experimental death thrash industrial zombie noiz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliminator View Post
    Aluminum Optimounts. Just a simple 5 piece kit these days.
    Sweet, I did the same on my MCX.

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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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    Roland TD-25KV Tour Kit, Expanded to 4 toms and 3 cymbals. I'm getting used to e-drums, and they are a blast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Roland TD-25KV Tour Kit, Expanded to 4 toms and 3 cymbals. I'm getting used to e-drums, and they are a blast.
    Cool, at least you can keep your chops up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL Drummer View Post
    Cool, at least you can keep your chops up.
    I was able to tune the mesh heads to feel very realistic. Last night I was playing along with Kiss, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, No Doubt, and Rush. It's a lot of fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    I was able to tune the mesh heads to feel very realistic. Last night I was playing along with Kiss, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, No Doubt, and Rush. It's a lot of fun.
    I have a Yamaha ekit (don't use much) & it's great for learning new songs & playing along to cd's. The one thing I felt that it excels at is helping with timing. Mine has various metronome functions & settings that help with improving your timing. It has a setting that won't let the hit be audible unless you're in time.... Set that sucker to pro & you'll see how off you are real quick.

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    A new speed cobra single.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwdrummer1991 View Post
    And I don't care if you don't like my drumming. I challenge anyone on this forum to a drum-off right now! I have played so long and studied so many different genres of music that I am absolutely proficient with pretty much anything I choose to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunk-a-hunk-a-burning-love View Post
    A new speed cobra single.
    Nice buy! Tama pedals are my favorite. I'm feeling very comfortable with my new Iron Cobra 600 double, with cobra coils and CB-90R beaters with adjustable weights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aizo View Post
    Sweet! How do you like them?
    They sound incredible. I wasn't expecting this good of a sound honestly. I had the design acrylic but this beats it on every level. Plus having sizes I want makes it that much more pleasurable.
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    I think she's too spread out everywhere...
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    Sounds like an Exgirlfriend of mine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by space jeff View Post
    sweet mercy... those are awesome. Do they sound as good as they look? My latest purchase was the hardware for my snare which you can see in my kit build thread.
    They're great. They have a nice, dry sound as expected from the Extra Dry line, but the lathed outside lets them breathe a bit and project. They feel great under the stick. Best word to use it buttery. Favorite hats of all time. I've got the 22" Crash/ride coming on the 23rd which I'm stoked for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchLyons View Post
    They're great. They have a nice, dry sound as expected from the Extra Dry line, but the lathed outside lets them breathe a bit and project. They feel great under the stick. Best word to use it buttery. Favorite hats of all time. I've got the 22" Crash/ride coming on the 23rd which I'm stoked for.
    that sounds like what I'm looking for in a hi-hat as well. I'll have to check them out.
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    link below for my kit build thread

    https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...t-build-thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by space jeff View Post
    that sounds like what I'm looking for in a hi-hat as well. I'll have to check them out.
    I don't think you'll regret it, they're incredibly versatile. I use them for rock, but I let my friend use them at his jazz trio rehearsal and they did a great job. Great foot sound, and articulate, but washy.

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