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i just replaced my snare with a maple pork pies little squealer..excellent snare for 200 bucks

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How does it sound can we get a pic of it..Im curious

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its this one exact model posted in the link

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Pork-Pie-Vented-Little-Squealer-Snare-Drum-103564209-i1177142.gc

i love the sound of it.its sounds great when your playing soft.ghost notes, sound great and its got one hell of a crack when you get aggressive...overall im extremely pleased with this drum..

maybe tomorrow i will do a little video,when the neighbors aren't around to complain,lmao..its 118 in the morning now

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Will second that, I too play this snare and love it! Goes from country to jazz to rock. Very versatile snare especially considering the $$$

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Very Nice Snare..I Like It..Cant really use it right now but I Like it..LOL

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i have a premium drumkit

22'' bass drum

two 12'' toms one sounds more low than other

13'' tom

16''floor tom

pacific double pedal

sabian crash 16'' b8

sabian hi hats 14'' b8

zildjian ride 20'' zbt plus

a bottom hi hat of the original cymbals of the premium kit that sound exactly like a china

a cross metal factory cymbal 8''

and soon im puting photos

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I would like to see the kit soon..always nice to see what everyone's jamming on>>

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got my new kit a few weeks ago.its a TAMA birch/bubinga starclassic and i grabbed some more cymbals i had laying around and added them

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VERY NICE!!! I love birch and bubinga, never had the pleasure of playing them in the same shell, how do they sound?

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Thats a very nice tight set up... very nice must sound great..I had a small Tama a real, real long time ago.. doesn't even compare to this.. very nice.. good luck with it..

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they sound like a tama maple kit on steroids,that's the only way i can explain it..im very pleased with the new addition to my family,lol..

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This is my converted Ludwig element kit. I wanted electric drums that looked and felt like acoustics so I built these...

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That is amazing!

Very sweet looks, and I assume the triggers do an admirable job?

There was a post on here a while back by a guy who converts huge acoustic kits into electric - will have to see if I can find that.

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Nice Kit.. Looks cool..I bet it sounds great..nice style..

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Anyone ever seen Pearl E-pro's? Those things are awesome.

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Dont think I ever have.. might have to look for them know just to check them out..

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Ya, the triggers work great. I have seen pics of Pearl's new electrics and thought they looked nice, I have been hearing very lack luster reports about them though. The brain is a version of Alesis's DM10 that has been modified for Pearl and I hear people are not happy with it compared to the original DM10, and that the kit is poorly built.

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Some How I still believe that Ya cant beat Roland product..Understanding that it is much more money but you do get what you pay for..

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I dont really care for the e-pros cause like you said rolanddrummer roland is the best electric drums they should have connected a roland brain to it and ta-da there you have a nice kit but the e-pro you can take off the eletric heads and put on regular heads and you have another acoustic kit

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Thats exactly it you might be able to get away with other skins but the Brain is the key to it all..

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That is one beauty of a kit. I can't wait until I can afford some axis pedals.

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My Kit, I like it. Wouldn't mind upgrading at some point but for now they are great.

Spec:

7 Piece Stagg TIM Kit (Basswood)

8", 10", 12", 13" Toms

16" Floor Tom

22" Bass Drum

Dixon Double-Bass Pedal

14" Mapex Meridian Maple Snare

14" Zildjian ZBT Hi-Hats

14" Zildjian ZBT Crash

10" Zildjian ZBT Splash

16" Zildjian ZBT Crash

20" Sabian B8 Ride

18" Zildjian ZHT China

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nice snare nice cymbals too

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Thankss

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nice kit man

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