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- Feb 15, 2011
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really love the finishes on those Unix kits, beautiful collection!
So..........if I find one for a 'good' deal, should I get it? I know you don't know me or my current snare collection, so basically, would you buy it again?singleflammedmill said:I like it, but it don't get much playing time at the moment.How do you like the Yamaha FRP? I've been thinking about getting one.
This snare as the response of a metal snare without the metallic overtones.
It's crisp, sensitive, warmer than most metal snares but not as warm as a maple snare.
Thanks ConvertedLudwigPlayer.ConvertedLudwigPlayer said:Great collection and photography. i want to send you a note of congratulations - what is your address and work schedule? Seriously, great stuff!!!!
Thanks Bandit.Bandit said:Hey fellow Canuck. Nice collection. Maybe you could set up a thread on here about Digital photography. My son is into Graphic design, and we just bought a Sony a7ii mirrorless camera. Would be great to get some tips from you, since you obviously know how to capture drum pics. I am always wishing I had more light. Are you using photo lights at all?
Thanks drummertom!drummertom said:Nice collection and great photos! Love that Tama green sparkle snare.
Thanks for the photo links.
Thanks bigbeat!bigbeat said:Wonderful collection, great photography! How do you clean and polish those Ludwig metal drums? They look better than new!
Thanks Murat.Murat said:Some amazing stuff there singleflammedmill. But I did not see the Tama Star Walnut in Sen Wood finish there . Maybe you should pay me a visit
No seriously , this is amazing stuff and the pictures you take do the gear justice !