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Old 06-25-2009, 10:58 PM   #21 (permalink)
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lol...what's going on? I don't understand what anyone is saying.

Man I'm not mean. I told him not buy a CB drum set so I did my part. If you think that's retarded then I suggest you play on a CB kit and then call me mean lol.

Fiction what's up brother? Haven't talked with you in a while.
Im just an *******, I accept your apology but no offense was taken on my part...
I think I have played around with cb in guitar center....I dont know
I play on a restored set DW.... I could never afford new, So I switched heads and hard they sound beautiful. If I confused anyone....Intended.

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Old 06-26-2009, 08:05 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Im just an *******, I accept your apology but no offense was taken on my part...
I think I have played around with cb in guitar center....I dont know
I play on a restored set DW.... I could never afford new, So I switched heads and hard they sound beautiful. If I confused anyone....Intended.

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I never apologized...and just in case you need to hear it, "I'm not sorry."
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Old 06-26-2009, 06:34 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I never apologized...and just in case you need to hear it, "I'm not sorry."
I didnt expect you to take what I said Literally. Amusing this is.... I'm going to come back wiiiitttthh....." I cant hear with my eyes stupid..."

No...really though, this was about "drum select.." Now its all wrong and completely off-topic.... So uuuhhh, you guys believe in angels?
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Old 06-27-2009, 09:07 AM   #24 (permalink)
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lol Yeah man we have gone off topic with this thing now.
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Old 07-01-2009, 04:13 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Here is some sound advice for the OP.
Based on the parameters provided in your query, I suggest you buy an entry level drum kit of standard sizes(22" bassdrum, 12" and 13" rack toms, 16" floor tom, 14"x5.5+" snare drum) suggested brands and models= Yamaha Stage Custom, Ludwig Pinnacle, Pearl Forum, Mapex Venus, Tama Swingstar
tune the snare up fairly tight, and tune the bass drum and toms fairly loose.
You are also going to need cymbals and a double pedal
I would recommend a cymbal pack that includes 14" hi-hats, 16" crash, and a 20" ride cymbal. Sabian and Zildjian make good entry level cymbals. Pearl and Tama make pretty affordable entry level double pedals.
Focus on gaining control of this basic setup before you add any more drums or cymbals.
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Old 07-03-2009, 11:18 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Here is some sound advice for the OP.
Based on the parameters provided in your query, I suggest you buy an entry level drum kit of standard sizes(22" bassdrum, 12" and 13" rack toms, 16" floor tom, 14"x5.5+" snare drum) suggested brands and models= Yamaha Stage Custom, Ludwig Pinnacle, Pearl Forum, Mapex Venus, Tama Swingstar
tune the snare up fairly tight, and tune the bass drum and toms fairly loose.
You are also going to need cymbals and a double pedal
I would recommend a cymbal pack that includes 14" hi-hats, 16" crash, and a 20" ride cymbal. Sabian and Zildjian make good entry level cymbals. Pearl and Tama make pretty affordable entry level double pedals.
Focus on gaining control of this basic setup before you add any more drums or cymbals.
Thank you Space.
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Old 07-04-2009, 06:46 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Here is some sound advice for the OP.
Based on the parameters provided in your query, I suggest you buy an entry level drum kit of standard sizes(22" bassdrum, 12" and 13" rack toms, 16" floor tom, 14"x5.5+" snare drum) suggested brands and models= Yamaha Stage Custom, Ludwig Pinnacle, Pearl Forum, Mapex Venus, Tama Swingstar
tune the snare up fairly tight, and tune the bass drum and toms fairly loose.
You are also going to need cymbals and a double pedal
I would recommend a cymbal pack that includes 14" hi-hats, 16" crash, and a 20" ride cymbal. Sabian and Zildjian make good entry level cymbals. Pearl and Tama make pretty affordable entry level double pedals.
Focus on gaining control of this basic setup before you add any more drums or cymbals.
Whoa, you couldnt have made it any simpler.... did you graduate from Fu@#ing Yale. You reminded me of that south park episode where everyone starts driving hybrids and huffing there own gas.... Genious.
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:28 PM   #28 (permalink)
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every metal band has a china cymbal and double bass but dont worry about all the hardware yet. first just learn to play.
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