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  1. Skeld-the -wicked

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    Default Sensitone Heritage Alloy 14x6.5 Aluminum Snare.

    This snare is awesome! I took it to rehearsal last night. Crisp & Delicious Tone!
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    It will sound better with red ribbons holding the snare wires. Nice snare by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane65 View Post
    It will sound better with red ribbons holding the snare wires…
    Hey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by insane65 View Post
    It will sound better with red ribbons holding the snare wires. Nice snare by the way.
    Thank you I know Lonny would have agreed about Red Snare ribbons sounding better.
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    Looks great Paul!

    An excellent addition to your sweet snare collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by insane65 View Post
    It will sound better with red ribbons holding the snare wires. Nice snare by the way.
    LOOOOOOOOL, I'm dead. XD

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
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    So the real question is when are you getting a Reference Redline to put those red snare ribbons on. We're all waiting...

    Quote Originally Posted by skeld-the-wicked View Post
    Thank you I know Lonny would have agreed about Red Snare ribbons sounding better.
    And he'd have been right!
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    Nice snare. Congratulations. Pearl has a winner with the heritage edition. I never liked tube lugs. The big fat ones always looked better in my humble opinion.

    I have an older aluminum Sensitone 5" x 14". I love the sound... Kinda dry, crisp and not as ringy as steel or brass.

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    Another Find by Skeld , , OK so Where did this awesome Drum come from ?

    I had one and man do I miss it ! You got a good one
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    Thanks Alan,Kevin ,Andy & Richie. I found it at a local Musicgoround in Greenfield WI about 25 miles away. Itís flawless like brand new!
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    Quote Originally Posted by richie rich View Post
    Another Find by Skeld , , OK so Where did this awesome Drum come from ?

    I had one and man do I miss it ! You got a good one
    Quote Originally Posted by skeld-the-wicked View Post
    Thanks Alan,Kevin ,Andy & Richie. I found it at a local Musicgoround in Greenfield WI about 25 miles away. It’s flawless like brand new!
    I mean, it IS brand new, isn’t it?

    The “Heritage Alloy” just came out this year.

    From 2014 until 2020, they had tube lugs, stainless steel tension rods, and the SR-150 strainer. I feel like these are sort of like a “kick back” to the old SensiTone Elites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan12 View Post
    So the real question is when are you getting a Reference Redline to put those red snare ribbons on. We're all waiting...
    In all reality, the Red Line kits (and pedals) were the inspiration for the red accents on my snares. I also have several of the red leather Snareweight M1’s and M80’s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeld-the-wicked View Post
    Thanks Alan,Kevin ,Andy & Richie. I found it at a local Musicgoround in Greenfield WI about 25 miles away. It’s flawless like brand new!
    She's definitely a beauty! Also what are the specs on that polka dot crab down there?

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    In all reality, the Red Line kits (and pedals) were the inspiration for the red accents on my snares. I also have several of the red leather Snareweight M1’s and M80’s.

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    Ouuu, very nice indeed. I always lusted over the Redline kits and had the Redline pedals/hi-hat stand been a thing when I bought my H2000 and P2000 pedals I would've definitely gone that route as well.
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