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    Promark stick length

    I didn't notice the "learn more" tab until you pointed it out. Right side of screen. The info is there. What a weird, overly done, crappy design.
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    Promark stick length

    Wow. What a response. Great work.
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    Promark stick length

    Yes, exactly. The sticks are fine. Just the website...huge turn off. I get flaccid looking at it.
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    Promark stick length

    Eagerly awaiting the response. Good work!
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    Promark stick length

    Hey that's my thread! Haha Whatever Promark/D'addario has done to their site, suntracting the specific dimensions, is completely ludicrous and frustrating as a Promark consumer. Complete nonsense.
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    Promark website

    What is D'addario doing?
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    Promark website

    It's confusing. Why make it less specific and more vague?
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    Promark website

    Why has Promark using vague spec listings formost of the stick on the website? For example, looking at a classic 5B. It says.. Size: 5B Length: 15" - 16“ What does that even mean? I know the diameter of a classic 5B is .590, but what about the other sticks? Why is the length listed as a...
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    Drum sets on Music Row, Nashville

    Music Row is not the location of the honky tonks/bars. Music Row is where the studios and record labels reside Broadway (or lower broadway) is made up of bars, music, Bridgestone Arena, etc I know it doesn't seem to make sense, but that's the story.
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    Wanting to give Paiste cymbals a try. Where should I start?

    Dark Energy, 602 Classic/Modern Essentials, Masters ride cymbals. Maybe some Giant Beats, too. You're welcome.
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    Another stupid Black Beauty question

    I was fooling around on the Ludwig website. I noticed that the black beauties are fitted with 2.3 mm hoops. I thought they were fitted with 1.6s, like the Supra. How long have 2.3s been on the BB? Always? The last few years?
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    Any word on the new Yamaha stuff, yet?

    I'm waiting. Will it be a new version of the Recording Custom?
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    Gretsch Brooklyn COB or Pearl SE?

    I'm buying a brass snare. 6.5x14. I have good deals lined up for the Gretsch Brooklyn COB and the Pearl SE brass. I like the features on both of them. I've read good things about both of them here. Guys, which one would you choose?
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    Paiste 602 ME

    I was able to use a 22' ME ride today. What a cymbal! How many of you have purchased or used the Modern Essentials? I'd love to hear the board's thoughts on these cymbals. Chime in when you can.
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    Heuer Drums

    Chris Heuer is making new kits for some guy named Vinnie. Vinnie has a link on his website now, replacing the Ludwig link. This was foreshadowed on another board.
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    Yamaha's new stuff

    I've seen a couple of teaser videos from Yamaha Drums. They mention "Evolution." I'm guessing that will be the name of one of their new drum lines. Does anybody have any info? Jim Haler, paging Jim Haler...
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    Yamaha MCAN issue

    I have a Yamaha MCAN blue sparkle kit. I bought it used without the snare drum. Since Yamaha is discontinuing the line, I'm thinking of ordering the snare before the June 28 deadline. The reason I want the snare is for the kit value. If I ever decide to sell it, I'm thinking the kit would have...
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    The future of Yamaha Drums

    After the big announcement that Yamaha Drums, as we know them, is going away for good. Say goodbye to the Absolutes, RCs, etc. Are the RCs really going away forever? I hope not. OK. Enough whining.... As long as Yamaha doesn't drastically change their hardware, I think everything will be ok...
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    Giant Beats: the Experience

    I bought the 18' and 20' multis. They sound good by themselves. But when you perform live with them, they come alive! Wonderful cymbals.
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    Paiste twenty masters medium ride

    Has anyone played this ride? I was able to demo one recently and loved it. Has anyone gigged with this cymbal? Just looking for some other feedback on this cymbal.