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  1. sonusseeker

    Gretsch Broadkaster Shells

    ...would anyone know whether gretsch's broadkaster shells are also oversized like its usa custom shells, and, if so, whether they only accommodate permatone heads?...thanks...
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    Gretsch Oversized Shells

    ...i have a new usa custom bop kit, and am not able to properly seat a coated remo ambassador tom head on the bass drum (to emulate canopus' approach to its club kit bass drums)...is this related to gretsch's practice of manufacturing slightly larger shells?...and am i forever relegated to using...
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    Gretsch USA Custom Shells

    ...this is a question more out of curiosity than anything else: when one peruses ebay for gretsch usa custom drums, one will find an assortment of raw and finished (but hardware free) "usa customs" shells on offer...presumably, the seller obtained the raw or finished shells from keller-gretsch...
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    Cymbal Wobble

    ...in perusing the cymbal section of dfo, i have noticed quite a few references to the desirability of cymbal wobble...apparently, cymbal wobble is accentuated in the case of thin cymbals... ...is cymbal wobble a good thing?...on my part, i have noticed that cymbal wobble somewhat interferes...
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    Turkish Cymbal Questions

    ...would anyone know why turkish cymbals (especially apop signatures) look so "funky"?...i would imagine the appearance is merely part of the manufacturing process, as opposed to a deliberate attempt to create a "vintage" look?... ...a related question would be how to clean turkish cymbals, as...
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