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Old 02-11-2014, 04:31 AM
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Default Remo Clear Vintage Emperors on Yamaha Live Custom (video)

I'm going into the studio in 2 weeks with my band and I'm getting my set ready. Using all 2002 cymbals, with the addition of a Giant Beat ride on the right.

These drums are naturally beefy, but I wasn't quite satisfied that the coated ambassadors and clear emperors I used before were getting everything out of these powerful sounding shells. Just slapped some clear Vintage Emperors on there the other day and I think I've found some killer heads for this set!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eu42qCnX-Cg

I flip flop between coated/clear, single/double ply, etc..., so who knows where I'll end up this time next month. ha ha
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Old 02-11-2014, 05:03 AM
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Default Re: Remo Clear Vintage Emperors on Yamaha Live Custom (video)

Nice sound! I need to try some Vintage Emps (or maybe just Clear Controlled Sounds) on my kit as well. I love the Evans single-ply clear stuff (and the Coated Ambassadors I've got right now) but it's a little too pure for my rock tastes.
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Nice sound! I need to try some Vintage Emps (or maybe just Clear Controlled Sounds) on my kit as well. I love the Evans single-ply clear stuff (and the Coated Ambassadors I've got right now) but it's a little too pure for my rock tastes.
Thanks!!! I failed to mention that my original band is in the alt rock genre, so I was going for a rock tone for sure.
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