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  1. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by hipodilski View Post
    Not gonna lie- those are GORGEOUS.
    Way Too Much Crap

  2. Purple Crazed

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    Off the top of my head:
    (2) DW 9002
    Trick BigFoot Double
    Sonor TwinFX
    Tama Probeat Double Pedal (Right and Left)
    Tama Stagemaster Hihat
    Tama GlideLever Hihat 1990s version
    Pearl 150 Hihat
    DW 9500 (2 Leg and Legless)

    Pearl Purple Craze Reference Series
    14x5 | 6x7 | 8x7 | 8x8 | 10x8 | 12x9 | 13x9 | 14x11 | 16x13 | 18x16 | 20x14G | 18x14 | 20x16 | 22x18
    Pearl 14x5 Wine Red Maple and Copper Free Floating Snares
    Pearl 10x6.2 Mangini Signature Snare
    Tama Octobans

  3. ...groovy...

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    2x Tama Speed Cobra (1st gen singles)
    Pearl Eliminator Redline double (both chain and belt drive, Trick drivetrain)
    DW 8000 double (missing some parts unfortunately)
    Millennium double (cheap chain drive doublepedals I got from Thomann to use with my e-kit)
    Alesis single chain pedal (came with my Alesis e-kit)

    Mainly using the SC's at the moment, but the Elims does see some action whenever I have to use a single bassdrum on some gigs. Has happened less frequently over the last two years though. The SC's did fail on me once during a concert, the whole "beaterhouse", the part you connect the beater to, came loose during a song, I had to borrow another drummer's pedal since I couldn't see much, let alone fix it at the spot. Been working since I thightened them up though, but ever since then there has been a urge to get something else as my main pedals. Might be silly, but I just don't trust them that much now. Might get a single Elim and use that and the main one on my Elim double on my db kits...
    Pearl Masters BCX in Piano Black
    Paiste and Meinl cymbals, Vic Firth 5A Extreme sticks

  4. Playing since 1976

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    Quote Originally Posted by hipodilski View Post
    The new SC beaters (and IC beaters) are REALLY nice. Have you tried them?
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  5. Registered User

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    2x Pearl Eliminator 2002C doubles, both about 10 years old, going strong
    Tama, unknown model hi-hat, most probably 80's, doesn't swivel, adjustable tension
    Tama Iron Cobra Jr. double (found it in the shed, had no idea I still had it)
    Tama unknown single kicker, no floor plate, also probably 80's (loaned to a friend now, don't need it)
    Pearl single pedal, "longboard", came with a kit, never used it except to see that it works
    DW 3002 (?) HH stand, 2 legged, makes things less cluttered but could be just a little more stable :/
    A cable hi-hat that's never been tested
    ...A Yamaha electronic HH controller should be somewhere... if you would call that a "pedal"

  6. Registered User

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    Mine is a double pedal Yamaha Flying Dragon with IC beaters and Speed cobra Hihat.
    WANTED ::: Tom Mapex ProM 8" Blue Ice ::: WANTED

  7. Registered User

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    Tama Speed Cobra HP910LS here, the model before the most recent one with the angular beater.
    Pearl Prestige Session Select SRX 1998 in black mist
    8-10-12-14-16F-18F-20BD 14x6.5" Masters Custom Maple Snare

  8. a.k.a. YtseJam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    The new SC beaters (and IC beaters) are REALLY nice. Have you tried them?
    I've been meaning to order two of the SC ones, but I keep on forgetting.

  9. Registered User

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    Great Thread!

    For me being a Pearl fan, I started out with a Pearl P-201P and already then was so happy with it. Then I got introduced to Double pedal and had to get some. So I got the twin version of it. It took me some time to get use to it but got there in the end. That was in the 90s in Europe.

    I then moved to New Zealand and got Pearl Eliminator and that took my Drumming to an other level. I absolutely love that pedal and for me to this day it remains the best pedal out there on the market. Everything about it was perfect!. But being a Pearl Fan and a bit of a sheep (shout out to NZ) I plunged head first in the whole long board phenomena and due to being a heel toe player, I had to get one.

    I had tried Axis and hate them. Not a good feel. So imagine my reaction when Pearl released the Demon Drive. Sold my Eliminator and bought Demon Drive. I had nothing but problems after problems with them (I had started a thread about it). I was gutted.
    Screws threaded themselves (I was not tighten them hard) Shaft broke, replaced the heel hinges twice........

    Then got Trick Big Foot V1 and those were great but I was then caught in wanting that Eliminator feel back. So now I have Speed cobras and will never change.

    SO I went
    Pearl P-201P
    Pearl P-201 TWN
    Pearl Eliminator
    Pearl Demon Drive
    Trick Big Foot V1 Pro
    Tama Speed Cobra with Cobra coil.

    Sorry for long post
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  10. Registered User

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    I've owned quite a few:

    DW 4002
    DW 5002A
    Axis AL-2
    Tama Speed Cobra double

    But my current pedals are a set of Trick Bigfoots. Love 'em.


  11. Drumming Since 1943

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    Drumfreak-

    LOVE your kit but HAVE to ask how in the world you reach your Octo’s. Those are FAR.
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  12. Playing since 1976

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Drumfreak-

    LOVE your kit but HAVE to ask how in the world you reach your Octo’s. Those are FAR.
    DF can answer for himself of course, but I think it's partially an illusion. The center of the third octoban (second closest to the hihat) is virtually the same distance to the center of the snare drum as the distance between the bell of the ride cymbal to the center of the snare drum.
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