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- Feb 2, 2017
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- Iron River, MI
I did some adjustments today and threw a 15" snare wire on. I think I got it correct. It certainly makes the drum sound crisper. Do you happen to know, how many strands and length of the original snare wires?Here's a better picture of the butt. It's actually a Leedy design, but Slingerland decided to use it after they purchased Leedy.
Great question! This is going to be my gigging kit. Its flashy, it sounds good, and the color goes very well with our bands colors on our logo pictured here. Itll allow me not to have to take my INDēs out all the time.When all done
are these going to be parked in the house/garage for practice? ; )
Or are they going straight to the auction block
Or is there gig/work they will be going to Or..hasn't been decided.
Thanks much. I had wires to do it, and it actually sounds a bit crisper and has a bit more sensitivity to it.Lovely kit & color! I have a 12/14/18 in blue satin flame.....
Glad to see you flipped your butt! Not sure why you are using an extended wire, though - regular 14" wires should be just fine......
That looks totally correct. The butt end should just exceed the bearing edge.I did some adjustments today and threw a 15" snare wire on. I think I got it correct. It certainly makes the drum sound crisper. Do you happen to know, how many strands and length of the original snare wires?
Lmao! I contemplated this myself. Decided to go with what was on them.....Black. I'll bet they would look really classy with natural and some laquer. Maybe in the future I'll get some more hoops with no inlay and go natural.You went ahead..and didn't ask us..leave hoops blond or black? No poll? Nothing?