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  1. Registered User

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    Cool Vintage Tama Superstar

    20"x14", 13"x9, 16"x16"




    15" Bosphorus Traditional series bright hihat, 18" + 22" Hollow Block Stamp A Zildjians




    14"x5" GAM copper snare


  2. Dalmi Joedi - Jedi

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    Nice!

  3. Drumming Since 1943

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    Explain the “GAM” snare, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Explain the “GAM” snare, please.
    from what I know it was made by an Italian cymbal smith named Spizzichino and are quite rare

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    Nice!
    Thanks! The toms are badly in need of new heads, but they still sound pretty good. The bass drum is already awesome, and with a full front head I expect it to sound just as good as a 60's Rogers (regarded by many as the best 20" ever).

    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Explain the “GAM” snare, please.
    GAM was Spizzichino's pdp/squier type brand of snares and cymbals. A cheaper, non custom option with some trickle-down from the real thing. The workmanship isn't very impressive - all of the metal shells I've seen have tool marks near the snare beds, and the lug threads are very rough so you have to be very careful not to cross-thread when changing heads. But for some reason they sound really, really good.
    I've had two brass ones, which I sold for something stupid like rent money or food, and regretted it both times. So when this rarer copper one came up for sale at a reasonable price, I had to have it.

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    that's a cool looking snare
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    New practice space, new pics








    Also, new snare




    Gear Tetris done right!


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