I got Genesis spoon fed.
Btw both these:
And these guys are killing it:
Saw the latter some years ago with dad and according to them they were close to the original in terms of staging and such.
This one at the moment.
I have a marching snare for sale too so that one isn't being used.
After 30 years of playing (and at least 2/3 of that buying/selling/racking up drums and co) I don't see the need for a lot of snares, nor need it too.
It's just clutter in my mind.
It was just not enough at that moment compared to the BC, the unit was fine as I got it straight from P&D’s European man Gerrit.
Not so much as the X though, it was more than workable. I just prefered the beef (and extra input) of the BC models more.
I can’t believe what 1000 watt would do :-D...
I got this one used for 800 bucks in NOS.
My fifth in 8 years (each time an upgrade/change of model).
I started with a loan model BC, then the gigster, then the BC Rack, then the custom X (with the BC transducer and rack amp as I found it lacking just like the gigster), and now this model...
I now play a 24 RC with the 10” centre hole, and it sounds different than playing it with no head at all.
I have a small square part of isofix on the bottom.
A classic sound and proper feel on the player’s side due to its larger size (something I usually miss from the old RC kicks).
Dream cymbal right here. I sold my K Con 24 proto (whoch sounded like a bubrid between the K Sweet and a regular K Con) and this has everything that one lacked for me.
To add. That is something I found after playing the 24 for a long time now. Last week a jazz drummer who also bought my 24”...