My buddy got the Bruner. He loves it
I had two edge snare. Heavy and didn’t made me tickle as my cast bronze does.
If you don’t want to break the bank, the Dixon Equator (Oak & Steel, Maple & Carbon Fiber, and Steel & Aluminum) is an edge snare for 1/3 of the price of a DW Edge.
My studio mic list:
Shure KSM-27 x2 for Overheads (actually great for anything but excel as O) with the low cut switch activated.
Shure SM-57 x2 for snare top and bottom
Sennheisers MD-421 x4 from the 70’s for toms
Sennheiser E-602 on kick
Shure KSM-137 on hh
Furthermore I have:
As it is a 2001 model (DW's own shells) they have all that ready when you ask them too. I always contact them through FB and get a quick response.
The switch from Keller to their own shells happened in 1998/1999. And even from those periods they still have some info.
Check out Remo TSS pads with the marching snare attachment. It is THAT sound you look for.
It comes in different sizes (10/12/14 I believe) and they even had a mount for it to mount it to you hh stand.
I loved vintage drums but they became so overhyped it almost felt you warent part of music if you didn’t had a vintage kit.
The only pro for me now would be the light weight, but that is also my con as I like meat when I play. It feels to light for me.
And they don’t work for every style too.
I just played my ehole li
It depends on what you sre used to.
I have done it like this for 27 years now. And never had a problem With it.
I played other options too but always came back at two tomes above the kick.