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Pearl Wood Fiberglass
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l***@gmail.com
2014-06-03 14:37:00 UTC
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Can somebody tell me something about these drums. I've been looking for
a 26" kick drum for a long time. They're pretty hard to come by here in
Finland. I found a set and the guy might be willing to sell the kick
separately. He's asking $150 for it. Worth it?
tommi
Ha, ha.. There was a lot of great drummers who use Wood Fiberglass. One of the best in my world was mr. Butch Milles with Count Basie Orchestra. Check youtube "Count Basie in Tivoli" I do have a couple of drum kit. My no1 are Ludwig 3 ply. but my Pearl Wood fiberglass from 76" sounds better for pop/Disco than my Tama Birch. A good adwise. Tune them low.
Lars
Phil Boutros
2014-06-04 14:05:54 UTC
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Post by l***@gmail.com
Ha, ha.. There was a lot of great drummers who use Wood Fiberglass.
One of the best in my world was mr. Butch Milles with Count Basie
Orchestra. Check youtube "Count Basie in Tivoli" I do have a couple
of drum kit. My no1 are Ludwig 3 ply. but my Pearl Wood fiberglass
from 76" sounds better for pop/Disco than my Tama Birch. A good
adwise. Tune them low.
Not sure your advice will be read, since the original post was
almost 13 years ago.


Phil
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c***@gmail.com
2016-05-15 05:40:42 UTC
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Ha, I see the original post is 2001.
Love my red fiberwoods...deep, loud drums. Tuned right, they sound great.
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