In that case you have to poke one through at the time. I had that with most of my kits.
Now the system sits basically useless on the shelf as I use mostly external mics and play with a head with a hole in it.
What they said.
For me it is 20”
My EAK Brilliant Dark Crash from the 80’s is so perfectly balanced.
It suits low volume as well because its quite mellow when played soft.
My previous 19” Kerope was a bit more suited for low volume gigs though.
A great tool is:
&showsold=true pasted behind the url when you have put in a search.
It gives you all the history of a said sold item with their respective prices. very useful.
I do notice it takes longer to sell on Reverb and there is no lowball offer block function.
Without Jon and Chris, it is a sort of tribute band for me.
And that comes from a Yes/Alan White fan who grew up with them, but maybe it is because of that.
They should have stopped years ago. Just like Phil after his previous tour.
Glad that (as a relatively younger guy from 85), had the...
I loved the CS clear for more rock styles. The (black and white) Suede Emperor (and thinner Ambassador for more open tone sounds) were my to go heads. If you don't want to care about tuning, the Pinstripes are good too.
Loved the oak’s. Used them for about 9 years.
With the right heads and tuning they fit every style.
To vouch for that, they where the backline kits for both the North Sea jazz Festival and the North Sea Jazz Club for years.
I have a stock of Yamaha gear from the switch to DW.
Not even the rarest one of a kind items gaining traction, nor bulk buying.
I tried selling a 6,5 Craviotto and got offers in the range of 350... I also had one sale here that went very ugly. Luckily my insurance company took over as Paypal...
As far as I can tell, no True Tune rods here.
Although It could be done by changing the inserts of the lug.
You can see the exact same lugs and screws on the last LA Camco kits, the vintage DW kits (had one myself too) and on the same snares on Reverb and Hazelshould in the Google history...