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  1. CUZNRED
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadAstronaut View Post
    lol .. nothing on here gets to me so keep your opinions of me coming if it makes you feel better .. your skin is thinner than a veneer .. also that pic you posted will get you banned so ya might want to remove it before a mod sees it ..
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    I snapped these just now, will do pics with cymbals and hardware tomorrow. Long work day. My apologies for taking so fricking long to get these up.

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    Beauty! Are the insides red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasty808 View Post
    Beauty! Are the insides red?
    Yes, like the old school Yamaha recording customs

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    Perhaps it’s the contrast of the red interior of the shell but those shells look a bit thicker than most kits. No biggie either way, just something I noticed. Nice kit by the way
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane65 View Post
    Perhaps it’s the contrast of the red interior of the shell but those shells look a bit thicker than most kits. No biggie either way, just something I noticed. Nice kit by the way
    You are right, they do look thicker. I wonder if I can still get the shells specs on these. My only issue with this kit is that the Yamaha tom holders do not work with these drums, the hex posts are larger on the sakae. I need to order a double tom stand or 2 so I have back-ups that may be needed down the road.

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    Not a criticism... but I notice all your kits are very similar in the two up (offset)/two down configuration.

    Do you ever desire to play something different?

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    I'm not a fan of the forum dog pile, but you do this to yourself. Buy a kit, make an announcement, post a stock picture, then sell the kit. You were talking about selling these 8 days after saying you ordered them. It's been the same story for the last ten kits you've purchased.

    I know we've joked about "gear acquisition syndrome" on here, but there are times that I think you seriously have it. Like you're addicted to the process of getting a new kit and making a thread, not actually acquiring drums and playing them. Your business is your business, but from the outside looking in it seems that something is not quite right.

    That said, the drums look nice. I hope you enjoy them for the time you have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPD260 View Post
    I'm not a fan of the forum dog pile, but you do this to yourself. Buy a kit, make an announcement, post a stock picture, then sell the kit. You were talking about selling these 8 days after saying you ordered them. It's been the same story for the last ten kits you've purchased.

    I know we've joked about "gear acquisition syndrome" on here, but there are times that I think you seriously have it. Like you're addicted to the process of getting a new kit and making a thread, not actually acquiring drums and playing them. Your business is your business, but from the outside looking in it seems that something is not quite right.

    That said, the drums look nice. I hope you enjoy them for the time you have them.
    Thank you for your professional assessment. 1st of all I never mentioned selling the Sakae kit ever, you must be talking about the DW Birch kit that I still have. I was having trouble getting used to tuning DW drums as they are a little different with their tuning rods. Do I have a gear buying problem? I don't know, I will say that I am passionate about drums and drumming and like a lot of people, I like to collect things that I enjoy. I am puzzled as to why this bothers some people. I buy them with all my own money that I make at my job. Look at sticks for drums for example, he has so many kits he had to build a barn to keep them in. I say more power to him if he can afford it and his wife doesn't have a problem with it. I am a single dad, I don't have a built in appropriations committee that limits what I can buy. Live and let live man, life is short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvinspeed View Post
    Not a criticism... but I notice all your kits are very similar in the two up (offset)/two down configuration.

    Do you ever desire to play something different?
    Good question, yes I do prefer 2 up 2 down if the stage space allows it and I fell like lugging all that crap. Playing out I usually do a 2 up one down 10/12/14 or a 1 up 2 down 10 or 12 up top and the 14 and 16 on the bottom. And if I am really lazy and it's a small stage, 1 up one down 10/14 or 12/14 combo.

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