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  1. Marketing Manager of Integrated Media

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  2. The Hardware Guy

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    LOADS of new ICON stuff - but still no solution for stacking twin cross bars at the same height on a common leg...

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    That kit looks amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrush View Post
    LOADS of new ICON stuff - but still no solution for stacking twin cross bars at the same height on a common leg...
    actually there might be ...with maybe a center bar , if its round lol man ...
    so much rack stuff..
    oh .
    and thank you pearl , for the modern utiliuty floortom/snare drum (mines a custom job , made of birch) but, yeah will check out your maple version
    and seriously glad the session kits havent been altered again ...if anything you need to make more sizes (many more sizes )in that line

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    The ICON stuff is interesting and yet, the more you try to expand it, the more the square tube becomes a hindrance. It works well for those looking for a conventional look - I love mine - but to do more than that, it just doesn't look good. Like trying to beat Yamaha's Hexrack at its own game, but stuck with the downside of square tubing. All personal opinion. I'm not digging it, but I hope someone does and gets creative with it.

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    I'm with you. I think some of the accessories, especially the one that attaches a 3/8 clamp to a leg tube, are welcome additions but some of the new stuff is just overkill. It will look nice in their displays and on the kits of major label artists but I can't see any working drummer dragging that around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehrin View Post
    I'm with you. I think some of the accessories, especially the one that attaches a 3/8 clamp to a leg tube, are welcome additions but some of the new stuff is just overkill. It will look nice in their displays and on the kits of major label artists but I can't see any working drummer dragging that around.
    I think Pearl hit it out of the park with this new hardware. A lot of guys will spend a lot of money on that stuff to set up unique kits at home.

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  8. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicMan View Post
    I think Pearl hit it out of the park with this new hardware. A lot of guys will spend a lot of money on that stuff to set up unique kits at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
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  10. The Hardware Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicMan View Post
    I think Pearl hit it out of the park with this new hardware. A lot of guys will spend a lot of money on that stuff to set up unique kits at home.

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    I think that's exactly what it's for. Which isn't a bad thing - it's nice to have new options to play with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrush View Post
    I think that's exactly what it's for. Which isn't a bad thing - it's nice to have new options to play with.
    I only play smaller kits now, so I'm looking forward to seeing what people come up with for "stealth" applications of the new hardware.

    Besides the curved cymbal arms, the coolest thing might be that rack bar that can be attached to a cymbal stand. I can already think of a few things to do with that on a smaller kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicMan View Post
    I only play smaller kits now, so I'm looking forward to seeing what people come up with for "stealth" applications of the new hardware.

    Besides the curved cymbal arms, the coolest thing might be that rack bar that can be attached to a cymbal stand. I can already think of a few things to do with that on a smaller kit.

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    From the looks of it, there's nothing "stealth" about any of this. If anything, these applications look MORE bulky and cumbersome than before, if that can be believed.
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