New Supraphonic build quality question

Iristone

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I’ve decided since my kit is vintage, I think I’m sticking with vintage and I’m going to chase down a premier 2000
I've one, it sounds great but the flo-beam can have its problems - mine came in a way that doesn't put any tension on the extended snare wire. Easy fix though: just tie a nylon cord on each "screw holes" on the end plate of the snare wire. ;-)
 

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You can't deny the Ludwig Supra mojo. The Pearl Sensitone is a fine drum with excellent build quality and a lower street price.
 

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Since we're going there, the Ludwig Supralite is also a good deal for cheaper if you're dropping out of the Supra category. Imported and steel, but sounds decent and pretty cheap used.
 

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Since we're going there, the Ludwig Supralite is also a good deal for cheaper if you're dropping out of the Supra category. Imported and steel, but sounds decent and pretty cheap used.
Perhaps after the acro...
 


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