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  1. Pearl Corporation USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post

    I'd also love to see Pearl offer a 10" Utility snare. Maple would be cool, but expanding their Utility Steel line would be just as cool. Would be really cool to offer Sensitones in other sizes as well. I'd pick up a 10" or 13" Sensitone Aluminum any day!
    .... Good things come to those who wait.......... April 2nd 2021



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    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    .... Good things come to those who wait.......... April 2nd 2021
    Day after April Fools' Day?

    Sus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feenix View Post
    Day after April Fools' Day?

    Sus.
    Our 75th Anniversary



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    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    Our 75th Anniversary
    I'm predicting 75 awesome, but super-expensive drum kits and 2000-5000 similar, but less expensive snare drums. I give it 67% that they are all somehow throwback themed.

  5. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feenix View Post
    I'm predicting 75 awesome, but super-expensive drum kits and 2000-5000 similar, but less expensive snare drums. I give it 67% that they are all somehow throwback themed.
    Peter Criss sig kit with concert toms and straight stands perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPD260 View Post
    Didn't they make a 24" ride at one point? I swear I remember seeing one. I know there was a 23" A Sweet ride once upon a time. I'm wondering what ever happened to the Bell Brass Reference snares that Todd Sucherman teased a picture of awhile back. Those things looked awesome.
    I meant in that particular line. The Avedis series. I have a newer A series 24" medium ride and two 24" K Light rides. They made a Kerope 24" in limited quintiles. There's a few 24" Crash of Dooms floating around out there. There was an S series 24", but those are pretty much garbage cymbals.

    As far as the Avedis Line goes, I already have the 16" hats and the 22" Crash/ride. I'd love to pick up a 20" Crash for a simple three piece cymbal set up, but a 24" would be awesome to use as a ride so I could throw the 22" up as my right side Crash.


    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Josh would want a 30”.
    Well, I have about a 24" reach, add a drumstick... I could probably go up to 60" and still be able to reach the bell! Lol



    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    .... Good things come to those who wait.......... April 2nd 2021
    I will only wait because as humans, we choose to experience time in a linear fashion. If I had a way around it, I certainly would not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feenix View Post
    I give it 67% that they are all somehow throwback themed.
    YES!!!

    That's why I put coffin lugs on my Session Studio Select snare. A little throwback to some of the first few snares I'd drool over back in the day...

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    I'd like to see that Pearl could do a better hihat-aux holder with a real clutch, for example:

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    or the vintage Tama like a tube.

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    WANTED ::: Tom Mapex ProM 8" Blue Ice ::: WANTED

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilrush View Post
    I'd like to see that Pearl could do a better hihat-aux holder with a real clutch, for example:

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    or the vintage Tama like a tube.

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    What does a “real clutch” matter?
    Way Too Much Crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    What does a “real clutch” matter?
    Obviously!
    The CLH930 I dissagre it. Its why I dont use.
    WANTED ::: Tom Mapex ProM 8" Blue Ice ::: WANTED

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilrush View Post
    Obviously!
    The CLH930 I dissagre it. Its why I dont use.
    Um, what?
    Way Too Much Crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Um, what?
    I'm guessing he wants a Pearl aux hihat stand that uses a traditional clutch instead of Pearl's mounting system?

    I don't see the allure personally. If it works it works.

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