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Oh dang... It just sold...
What did you say the name and number of the shop is?When shopping for my Broadkasters set last winter, I've juggled a long time between these and a red oyster Sonor set. I loooove me some red tubs and Sonor's red oyster wrap is as deep and lush as they get. Plus, I mean, Sonors sound fantastic as well.
Today I went to one of my buddy's small music shop to encourage him and get some heads. He's got a tiny drums dept, of mostly low-end lines (Aq1's, a few Tama Club Jams and Imperial Stars, Pearl Roadshows, Decades and Exports.
But in a corner was a Vintage series California Blue 13-16-22 that he's been stuck with for the last two years, maybe three. I looked at it and said "You know if it was red I would have bought it in a heartbeat". To wich he answered: "And if I'd give you 1200$ off would you still buy it?"
Well it's Canadian dollars but still... A hell of a rebate. I'm suddenly finding the blue a whooooole lot more appealing.
I don't need a 3rd set, and I don't have that much room either but dang! this deal is hard to pass... The only rationalization that makes somewhat a little bit of sens is that I don't own a 22" kick and that would round up the arsenal to have a 24, a 22 and a 20.
At the very least I could maybe buy it and sell it to my band's other part-time drummer, who doesn't have a proper kit.
I am in a pickle now.... And DFO probably won't be the voice of reason either
aw heck buy em.
matching snare will be probably only be 750$ and a short 12 month wait
or use "the supra"..
Or you could put a WFL III snare to it and call it a
WFLIIIOnar or a Tama snare and call it a Tamonor
Yamaha snare and call it Yamanor