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  1. Totally Rad

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    I would go 22" for the power and low end, 20" is nice you like your rack tom/s very low. 100% preference.

  2. Looks That Kill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongo Jesus View Post
    I would go 22" for the power and low end, 20" is nice you like your rack tom/s very low. 100% preference.
    I like both, I like the fullness of the 22 but I also love the punch of the 20
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  3. old dog, new tricks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    I'd keep it factory-sealed.
    buy two, one to keep in the display and one to play with.
    It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.

    link below for my kit build thread

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

  4. Looks That Kill

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    Quote Originally Posted by space jeff View Post
    buy two, one to keep in the display and one to play with.
    I am getting 3, one for the jam space, one for gigs, and one to bounce off your face.
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  5. Registered User

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUZNRED View Post
    I am getting 3, one for the jam space, one for gigs, and one to bounce off your face.
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  6. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snakes&Arrows View Post
    2020 - Same ole drama!
    Guys (and since the departure of Amy, it's ALL guys- what's THAT tell you?) will fight about ANYTHING here.
    Way Too Much Crap

  7. The Sensitone Guy

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    There's actually a used 20" stage custom on EBay right now for a great price. That said, 22" is gotta be the best size in terms of sound and portability. I played a 20" for years and loved it but... It lacks the BOOM of larger kicks.

    20" is the most convenient and punchiest sounding bass
    24"is the best sounding and easiest drum to play. Has great rebound.
    22" is a compromise between the two above.

  8. Looks That Kill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy H View Post
    There's actually a used 20" stage custom on EBay right now for a great price. That said, 22" is gotta be the best size in terms of sound and portability. I played a 20" for years and loved it but... It lacks the BOOM of larger kicks.

    20" is the most convenient and punchiest sounding bass
    24"is the best sounding and easiest drum to play. Has great rebound.
    22" is a compromise between the two above.
    Good point, I have been a 22 guy for years and they never let me down.
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