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  1. Pearl Masters Drummer

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    Sonor Artist Cottonwood (mappa burl) Maple 14x6. This drum is amazing and sounds just perfect.
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    BRX Vintage Sunburst 8,10,12,14,16, 18x22 virgin bass. Many Pearl snares including a new 6.5 X 14 Referance W.O.W. snare. Hardware on a Icon rack.
    Tama 1982 Natural finish Superstar; 8,10" concert Toms, 12,13,14,15, Toms, 16,18 Floor Tom, 14x22 Bass. 6.5x14 Imperial snare.
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  3. Playing since 1976

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jutt8 View Post
    Sonor Artist Cottonwood (mappa burl) Maple 14x6. This drum is amazing and sounds just perfect.
    Nice drum Justin. I have a newer version of the same snare, and I had to add the Hella diecast hoops. This allows you to change the snare side head with no disturbance to the snare wires adjustment.

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  4. Pearl Masters Drummer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Nice drum Justin. I have a newer version of the same snare, and I had to add the Hella diecast hoops. This allows you to change the snare side head with no disturbance to the snare wires adjustment.

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    That's fantastic Matt. Love the new feature! How do you like that one? I had no idea you had it.

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    The dual-glide strainer is great, and the drum sounds very nice. I was able to make it sound good at a medium-low tuning, but the drum really sings when I tune it higher (medium-high). Is that how it sounds for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    The dual-glide strainer is great, and the drum sounds very nice. I was able to make it sound good at a medium-low tuning, but the drum really sings when I tune it higher (medium-high). Is that how it sounds for you?
    For me this drum sounds good at all tuning ranges. That is why I like it so much. It just has that sound that sounds great behind the kit, in front of it and in recordings. I definitely have mine tuned medium-high most of the time and it is great there.

    I have always wanted the Sonor Artist Bronze snare too. Do you have that one or have you played it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jutt8 View Post
    For me this drum sounds good at all tuning ranges. That is why I like it so much. It just has that sound that sounds great behind the kit, in front of it and in recordings. I definitely have mine tuned medium-high most of the time and it is great there.

    I have always wanted the Sonor Artist Bronze snare too. Do you have that one or have you played it?
    I don’t have a Sonor bronze snare. DCP has one for sale... $3K... too rich for my blood. I have a bunch of bronze snare drums, including a Joyful Noise, and this 3mm cast bronze beauty.

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  8. The Hardware Guy

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    My Custom Classic. Such a versatile drum, sensitive, warm, but also incredible bite and attack. Sorry for the crap pic - I don't have any particularly recent ones


    PEARL CZX "CUSTOM Z" ALL MAPLE
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    So my Steve Gadd birch snare got this treatment last night, certainly a keeper, and my go to studio drum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RushDrums24 View Post
    So my Steve Gadd birch snare got this treatment last night, certainly a keeper, and my go to studio drum.

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    nice
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    Pearl Reference Pure (matte walnut) / SonorLite (Scandinavian birch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodelling_Sheep View Post
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    Nice indeed.

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    Sigh, if I must pick one, my Guru segmented padauk 7x14, on the right. This drum sounds so unique and musical. The Guru padauk stave on the left isn’t shabby either.
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    Guru Tour padauk segmented
    Tama Star walnut kit in Japenese sen indigo burst
    Tama Starclassic Bubinga Select (marbled green metallic)
    Tama Starclassic maple (Caribbean blue fade) and Starclassic walnut/birch (jade silk)
    Sonor Pro Lite blue sparkle

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