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    Help indentifying this snare?

    Hey everyone! I came across this Premier snare drum, and the fact that it is from Premier is about all I know about it. If anyone could help me finding out more about it I would appreciate it!
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    Ludwig Copperphonic

    Does anyone have any experience with this drum? What do you think of it? I have an opprotunity to buy one for $250 and it looks like that price is a good deal.

    Thanks!
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    Re: blue ice

    Wow that's beautiful!
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    Re: Different Setup

    I figured when you sit down, the snare drum is usually the drum in between your legs. Therefore this would be the core of your kit. You build everything around that.

    Your bass drum and hi hat go...
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    Different Setup

    Anyone have a setup like this? Or anything similar? Just trying something new!

    http://s1303.photobucket.com/user/bradbarbay/media/IMG_2602_zpsslpbu2uo.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0
  6. Re: Question on Signature crash cymbals.

    I've played a 17" signature full crash and it was beautiful and sounded great. I imagine the difference between the full and the fast crashes is that the fast crashes decay quicker, making them...
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    Re: How often do you 'clean' your drums?

    I put a dust cover over my kit now, so dusting isn't too big of any issue. But just spot checking all of the gear and cymbals is something I could do more of.
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    Re: Tom tom sizes

    10, 12, 14 toms for me. Rarely use the 12 though
  9. Re: Trying to fix a broken Pearl cymbal stand..help ?

    I've had a pearl snare stand where the nylon bushing has cracked twice. I think the pearl hardware has a tendency to wear out fast. You have to be careful to not over tighten them.

    I ordered a...
  10. Re: What did you do last night? ... (New Years)

    I played with a big band last night for new years eve party
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    Re: Most Professional Looking Hardware?

    I love the Tama hardware, always reliable, and the star snare stand looks great. Only thing I dislike about is that I prefer the basket diamter be set with a screw at the bottom of the basket like...
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    Re: Very angry Craigslist post

    I don't think it is the musicians job to bring in customers, but on the other hand, why should a bar spend their money (thus spending their financial rescources they could be using on the bar) on...
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    Re: What drumsticks does everyone use?

    Pro-Mark Hickory Wood Tip 5B's

    Pretty standard, nothing special.

    On top of wooden handled brushes, hot rods, broomsticks, and timpani mallets.

    I like having different voices.
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    Re: left hand lead

    Learn what you think is necessary to enhance your playing. If you feel you need more flexibility and freedom with fills and moving around the kit. Then defintely learn some left hand leads as they...
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    Re: Hi-hat kick-pedal "drum-kit"

    Reminds me of a variation on a ****tail drum kit
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    Re: may be going single

    I think it's always great to change setups and styles. It provides a new persepctive. Just remember to not cut back on stuff for the sake of just cutting back on stuff. Cut back on the things you...
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    Re: To stand or not to stand

    I like standing because it helps me focus a little bit more on what I'm doing
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    Re: Working on rudiments before work.

    Better than having a pad or kit in your office, being one of those lucky few to make a living out of drumming
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    Re: Working on rudiments before work.

    Thats great man! That's dedication right there, props to you! I always find my morning practices to be more productive than my evening/night practices as well.
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    Re: Blue Man sticks

    Saw them once at Universal Studios, great show, and inspiring to me as I was considerably younger
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    Sticky: Re: Tama Drums Discussion

    The pearl exports are wildley popular entry level kits and they sound great right away. That being said, the Tama Imperialstar was my first drum kit I owned and I aboslutely loved it. It seems that...
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    Re: Questions about Remo Ebony Emperors

    The PDP EZ's were made of Basswood
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    Re: Added More SKB Cases

    I think it may be possible for a traditional china to fit, but I imagine it would eat up alot of space in the cymbal vault
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    Poll: Re: Hanging FT vs FT W/Legs?

    I also like having a floor tom with legs because I think you can have more freedom with placement. You aren't dependent on that cymbal stand or rack or tom stand to hold up the floor tom. You could...
  25. Sticky: Re: Post Your Bird's-Eye View/Driver's Seat Kit Pics!!

    Bish, what is the purpose of having a double kick pedal only going to one of the bass drums? Doesn't this leave the second kick out of play?
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