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  1. CUZNRED
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
    The set looks fantastic! I'm not the biggest fan of solid sparkle finishes, but I love a well done silver sparkle & that looks very well done. The lower light pictures really make it pop. I can't say anything about the sound but visually, that kit is stunning. Let yourself be happy with them.
    They sound great too Mike. I can't wait to re head these and really tune em up. The kick drum and floor toms are huge.

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    Have you ever considered a second kick? Iím not being facetious either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlnpaisteguy View Post
    Have you ever considered a second kick? I’m not being facetious either.
    No, not really, for a few reasons.
    1) I am deaf in my right ear and the 2 kick drums don't sound even to me
    2) I don't want to lug a 2nd kick to a gig and now that I drive a 2020 Hyundai Veloster, that's not even possible
    3) Double pedals are so good these days and the slave pedals on my pearl eliminators are so stable, that's it's like having a 2nd kick drum anyhow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlnpaisteguy View Post
    Beautiful Kit CUZNRED. I like the cymbal set up too.
    Thanks man, I do love these drums. Down the road I am thinking about adding a Yamaha recording custom in the natural vintage finish to go with this kit. Birch seems to be my vibe after all.

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    Looking good. Glad to see you got them all set up; now go enjoy playing them for a while.

    You must be a pretty tall chap and/or sit up rather high. Having the toms and cymbals that flat would never work for me, but I'm not you, so it doesn't really matter.

    Have fun w the new kit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheez_Whiz View Post
    Looking good. Glad to see you got them all set up; now go enjoy playing them for a while.

    You must be a pretty tall chap and/or sit up rather high. Having the toms and cymbals that flat would never work for me, but I'm not you, so it doesn't really matter.

    Have fun w the new kit!
    I sit fairly low but I am 6 ft 2

  7. A Passion Play ...

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    Sweet rig. A unique kit that begs to be played.
    I hope these drums have found a forever home.
    Beautiful cymbal setup too. Well done Brother.
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  8. CUZNRED
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    Sweet rig. A unique kit that begs to be played.
    I hope these drums have found a forever home.
    Beautiful cymbal setup too. Well done Brother.
    Thanks Eric, I consider myself lucky to have this kit

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    Nice! I don’t know much about Sakae drums. What are the specs?
    Pearl Reference Drums - Sabian - Evans - Vater

    22x20x2 18x16 16x16 13x9 12x8 14x6.5


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Ray View Post
    Nice! I don’t know much about Sakae drums. What are the specs?
    Birch shells (Hokaido Birch)
    6 ply rack toms
    7 ply floor toms
    8 ply kick drum
    sizes: 10x7 12x8 14x12 floor 16x14 floor 22x18 kick
    silver sparkle lacquer finish

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    Despite giving you ***** in your other thread, I must say the kit looks great and I hope you do indeed keep it!

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    Looks great. But how the hell do you play that 10" tom with your left hand? It seems like that hi-hat would get in the way.

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