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  1. I hit things with sticks ...

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    Hi all,

    Anybody on here ever tried to re-wrap a Music City Reference Pure kit? Just wondering how resilient the glue is on the outside layers. Have a potential trade going on, BUT, Iím not into the finish whatsoever.

    Any info or help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
    *promiscuously percussive since 1994

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  2. Chomp, Chomp

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Anymal View Post
    Hi all,

    Anybody on here ever tried to re-wrap a Music City Reference Pure kit? Just wondering how resilient the glue is on the outside layers. Have a potential trade going on, BUT, I’m not into the finish whatsoever.

    Any info or help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
    The wrap is taped at the seam, not glued. It should come off easily.
    Drumming since 1961.
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    Yep, just taped on. Should come off pretty easily.

  4. I hit things with sticks ...

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    Awesome. Thanks guys.

    Anybody know any decently priced drum wrap suppliers? I'm in Canada so the selection up here is iffy, haha.
    *promiscuously percussive since 1994

    Yamaha Custom Maple / Yamaha Oak Custom / Pearl Crystal Beat // Sabian Cymbals // DW Hardware // ProMark Sticks // Audix & Shure Mics[/B]

  5. Chomp, Chomp

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Anymal View Post
    Awesome. Thanks guys.

    Anybody know any decently priced drum wrap suppliers? I'm in Canada so the selection up here is iffy, haha.
    The two big suppliers here in the states are Jamin Sam and Precision Drum. One of them prefers gluing their wraps, but all can be taped. They’ll both pre cut the wrap for your drums. I don’t suggest cutting from a large sheet.
    Drumming since 1961.
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    Many Paiste Cymbals

    Tama SLP Fat Spruce 4 piece
    Zildjian K Custom Dark Cymbals

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    I would learn to like it and just leave it alone. Or look for another kit. Defacing and changing drums like that wrecks their value and could even wreck the drums themselves.
    Owner of two gorgeous Pearl Masters kits. Metal drummer, music and drums for life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Anymal View Post
    Awesome. Thanks guys.

    Anybody know any decently priced drum wrap suppliers? I'm in Canada so the selection up here is iffy, haha.
    Hey Man, being a fellow Canadian I find it difficult to find stuff s well. you may want to try these guys, Lumigraf Drum Wraps...they are in Quebec...website is https://drum-wraps.com/
    they have may patterns and colors and can even produce custom stuff if you want...
    Cheers
    OBH
    My wife says I am no longer permitted to buy any more drums...I said okay you cant buy any more shoes...we are presently at an impasse! I see drums...she sees shoes!

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