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I've been playing this kit since l think, last October and finally got around to making a demo for Vukan.

I think it was the first small jazz kit he made. I was very excited to get it and have been amazed with it's sound, versatility and durability since I started gigging it. There are two tunings separated by a few minutes where I tune the kit from lower to higher tunings, hopefully showing how easily they tune up. The Drum Geek section for sure so feel free to fast forward to the higher tuning section as there are no car chases, fight scenes or sexy women to keep interest up. I'll make sure to get Scarlett Johansson, Megan Tandy or Jennifer Lawrence next time if Vukan gets me a budget. Thanks much.

 

https://www.youtube....P5JoKfjN4&t=85s


Edited by Sinclair, 14 April 2018 - 04:02 AM.

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Let me fix that link for you ...

 


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Thanks Vukan!


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Outstanding!
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Thanks for listening.


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Love it!
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Great drums, and great playing!  Thank you.


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Thank you.


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I.just love those drums! Toms are incredible and snare drum is outstanding. I can see and hear how wide that tuning range is, but I cant make out the bass drum that well. Maybe I would have better luck with an 18 over a 16, and perhaps a little less tin and more skin would show off the bass drum more.

 

Playing is excellent for sure, and the sound is quite remarkable as well.

 

Thx for sharing with us.


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Thanks for listening wayne. Agreed, an 18 BD might be more versatile. That kit is pretty much a dedicated jazz kit.


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