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Sticks4drums last won the day on May 19

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About Sticks4drums

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  • Birthday 07/13/1964

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  • Drums
  • Cymbals
  • Sponsor
    Donated 2012
  • KOTM
    July 2014 Kit of the Month, April 2016 Kit of the Month, March 2017 Kit of the Month
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About this Drummer

  • Interests
    Drums, Street motorcycles, Dirt motorcycles, Weight LIfting, Drum sites.

Current kit Specs

  • Current Kit Specs
    16 Piece Mapex Saturn, Arctic White, DW Rack, Sabian Cymbals, Falcon Pedals

What I Like

  • Favorite Drummer
    Neil Peart
  • Favorite Drum Brand
  • Favorite Drum Sticks
  • Favorite Drum Heads
  • Favorite Bass drum heads
    REMO PS3
  • Favorite Snare
    Ludwig 14 x 6.5 Hammered Black Beauty
  • Favorite Cymbals
  • Favorite Hardware
  • Favorite BD Pedal
  • Single or Double bass
    Double Bass
  • Traditional or Matched grip

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  1. Maybe I should just permanently mount a go pro above each kit.
  2. Picked up four more coloursound cymbals today. 17" crash, 19" crash, 12" splash, 18" china, to go with my 14" regular hats, 10" splash, 18" crash, and Danny Carey signature ride. I am still waiting on the 20" crash to come in. I also might get the 15" hats for the auxiliary location to keep it all purple. I also have the 15" x 13" floor with the kit now, placing the 16" on the left side.
  3. You sure you want to spoil that beautiful kit on a Yamaha Hexrack? I have two of the Limited edition Saturn kits, and they are great. Congratulations.
  4. You lost me at hexrack II.
  5. Nice to see someone take a nice sized double bass kit to a gig again.
  6. Actually Chris is a drummer, and was the original drummer for Soundgarden.
  7. A smiley face goes a long way on the internet buddy. As someone that suffers from mental illness, and actually has to take medication everyday, to get through life, it can be a touchy subject. We have had a bit of a rocky past, so I just like to know where your coming from. Sorry for misreading your intent.
  8. Did I say something to offend you Mike, or are you just in a tough guy mood at the moment?
  9. Well there is so much I would like to say, but I will just back away.
  10. Doesn't take much of an imagination to see the similarity.
  11. Yes, Genista. Lugs remind me of my licence plate lights, on my step side bumper, from my 1986 Toyota 4 x 4 pick up. The matching snare drum thing is just for looks. You can make any professional snare sound great with a little love and the right heads.
  12. I think the Imperial lugs along with DW large turret, and Premiers licence plate light, lugs, are my least favourite of all. Your drum looks great, and probably sounds great also. I know my BB was perfect sounding right out of the box, and instantly became my favourite when I got it. Saying that, I am in a snare has to match the rest of the kit kick at the moment, so it is sitting on the shelve.
  13. Well it isn't nearly as pretty as my Ludwig BB, but it will do just fine. I can see we are going to have to change the name of the site to something with DW in it before long.
  14. The thing we are all going to have to come to grips with, in the not so distant future, is that Alpi and other products like it, are going to be the new norm. Tama can no longer use Bubinga which is their main buzzword wood of choice. They will have to turn to another type of wood until the next type is placed on the endangered wood species list.
  15. Both Saturn IV and Saturn V's have real wood veneers. The Saturn IV is a natural wood veneer, and the Saturn V is a computer generated on wood veneer made by a company called Alpi. Mapex tried to go with natural veneers when they started the Saturn IV's but found the veneers to be too inconsistent, with too much waste involved. They went back to Alpi for the Saturn V's.