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  1. Pearl Corporation USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by classicgrooves View Post
    I need to know what finishes these drums are. 14" ELX and 10" Export Series, both have a fade finish. The 14 has more yellow, and the 10 has more orange. Wondering what year, shell type, and finish. (Yes, the badges are upside down...I like the dark part of the fade at the top!)
    Thanks, Danny




    1st drum on the left looks to be color #294 Amber Fade w/black hardware circa 2006. The smaller drum on the right looks to be #274 Amber mist circa 2002-2003.

  2. Rockin' the Cosmos..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    1st drum on the left looks to be color #294 Amber Fade w/black hardware circa 2006. The smaller drum on the right looks to be #274 Amber mist circa 2002-2003.
    You got it sorta right.

    1st one is a 2004-2006 in #294 Amber Fade - 6 ply Poplar shell

    2nd one is a 2003 in #293 Autum Fade - 6 ply Select Hardwood shell

  3. Registered User

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    Thanks guys. I'm looking for a matching 10 to go next to my Amber Fade 12, but the closest thing I found was this Autumn Fade. I bought black lugs and hoops off Ebay, and now everyone I ask thinks that all the drums match.

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  4. Pearl Corporation USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadAstronaut View Post
    You got it sorta right.

    1st one is a 2004-2006 in #294 Amber Fade - 6 ply Poplar shell

    2nd one is a 2003 in #293 Autum Fade - 6 ply Select Hardwood shell

    correct & thank-you

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    Question: How would one go about ordering an EXX 18" x 16" floor tom? If possible, that is.

  6. There really is a Kalamazoo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachyAttacky View Post
    Question: How would one go about ordering an EXX 18" x 16" floor tom? If possible, that is.
    It's easy, and any Pearl dealer can order it for you.

    Tell them you want to order EXX 1816F/C and let them know which color you want.

    The dealer will call Pearl to check availability to let you know about how long it will take. List price is $280, so expect to pay somewhere around $180, give or take (plus possible shipping charge and local sales tax).
    I own or have owned drums and cymbals made by every major manufacturer. My go-to kit is a DW Collectors series set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsgnst View Post
    It's easy, and any Pearl dealer can order it for you. Tell them you want to order EXX 1816F/C and let them know which color you want. The dealer will call Pearl to check availability to let you know about how long it will take. List price is $280, so expect to pay somewhere around $180, give or take (plus possible shipping charge and local sales tax).
    Thanks man, I appreciate it

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    Can anyone tell me what years the ELX were produced? I bought mine used 10 years ago and have used the for hundreds of gigs.
    I call em My Working Kit.. I'm just wondering just how old they are.
    Oh my opinion on the head preference. I use Remo Pinstripes on my Toms and Evans on my Kick & Snare.

  9. Rockin' the Cosmos..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Austin View Post
    Can anyone tell me what years the ELX were produced? I bought mine used 10 years ago and have used the for hundreds of gigs.
    I'm just wondering just how old they are.
    ELX's were introduced in 83 ... post a picture of drums/badges and I'll tell you what year model you have and it's shell construction

  10. It's my dream

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    Hey guy`s i have q simple and quick question,
    i bought back in 2006 a Pearl Drum set EXR, but unfortunatly i sold them in 2012.

    I want to buy a new one and i want the same quality as the old EXR. I can`t find those anymore, what it the new set that is equal to the old EXR?

    thank you

    Martyno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyno View Post
    Hey guy`s i have q simple and quick question,
    i bought back in 2006 a Pearl Drum set EXR, but unfortunatly i sold them in 2012.

    I want to buy a new one and i want the same quality as the old EXR. I can`t find those anymore, what it the new set that is equal to the old EXR?

    thank you

    Martyno
    EXR's had a poplar shell. Not sure what else separated them from standard Exports. Current Exports EXX and EXL have a poplar/asian mahogany blended shell. So the shells are pretty close. The new Export mounting system is an improvement over the ISS mounts of the EXR kit as well.

    There aren't any sets in the current Pearl lineup that have only poplar shells, as far as I know.

    The Decade Maples would be the next step up. But of course, they are thinner, all maple shells.

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