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  1. The Sensitone Guy

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    Beautiful collection. If I had to pick just one, I'd vote for the Oriollo bell brass snare. I'm a sucker for metal snares. Don't even own a wood one any more.

  2. Away From The World

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWRushR40 View Post
    Hey Mike, good to hear from you. Yes, unfortunately that is one snare that I truly regret letting go of... probably going on 6-7 years ago now. Back in the days when I thought I needed to sell one piece of gear to fund the purchase of another. Glad to say I don’t take on that mindset anymore, and tend to just hang onto gear. Of course, having a full time job/career with some disposable income verses just getting out of college/starting my career plays a part in it as well. That being said, the DC snare is definitely on my “reacquire” list
    I hear you. I see the current DC snare is different but I do like the original. I was fortunate to acquire a new Eric Singer snare years ago, not realizing at the time what a collectors item it would become. Glad I still have it.

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    Practice makes perfect. But ultimately, I am living proof that you don't need to play well to enjoy gear. You might be surprised how much enjoyment you can get while still sucking.

  3. Masterworks Addict

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy H View Post
    Beautiful collection. If I had to pick just one, I'd vote for the Oriollo bell brass snare. I'm a sucker for metal snares. Don't even own a wood one any more.
    Yes, it is a great sounding drum. An all-around work horse. Sounds amazing mic’d live, and in the studio. I’d really like to start adding a few more metal snares. Brass is up next I think.

  4. Masterworks Addict

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    I hear you. I see the current DC snare is different but I do like the original. I was fortunate to acquire a new Eric Singer snare years ago, not realizing at the time what a collectors item it would become. Glad I still have it.
    Yeah I’m more in favor of the original as well. The ES was always one that I had an eye on... maybe one day I’ll have a shot at one again.

  5. Purple Crazed

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    That is a fantastic snare collection and great display of them. They must be so fun to play! Thanks for sharing. My favorite finish(es) are your Blue Sparkle Burst snares.

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    Pearl 14x5 Wine Red Maple and Copper Free Floating Snares
    Pearl 10x6.2 Mangini Signature Snare
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  6. Thwunk

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    Modest!!?? Looks like a pretty epic collection to me (needs more Ludwigs tho obviously )
    HHX hats, K crashes, K & Bosphorus rides
    Snares: Yamaha Bamboo Custom 5.5x14 / Ludwig Black Beauty 5x14, COB Supraphonic 6.5x14 / Pearl Mahogany Classic Limited Edition / Sonor D505
    Pearl Reference Pure (matte walnut) / SonorLite (Scandinavian birch)

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