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Offline Agent_So

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guys... most of us nasanay na sa mga branded hardwares, accessories and parts for our beloved drums..


but some are on tight buget and are looking for alternative brands that would do the same job for our playing needs....


like for me.. yung drums ko nasa studio.. so before. from remo ive switch to encore also from remo but way lower from the orignal remo's....


before puro zildjian or vic firths gamit ko. ngayon sa hirap ng buhay.. eh fernando nalang.. hehehehe..



ginawa ko to para sa mga personal inquiries na gusto nyo malaman...


ako unang una kong tanong sa inyo mga master ko,


wala kasi sa encore ng resonant side heads... and sa remo naman eh mahal... ang tanung ko ng 10" resonant size head is nasa 700 ata yun..

hindi ko kasi mahanap kung nasan na yung resonant head ko ng 10" tom ko..

and parang gusto ko na palitan lahat ng toms ko na 8", 10", 12", 13", 16"..


and usually, sa remo eh available lang na pang resonant is for snare which is 14"...


so guys... baka may ma i suggest kayo na maganda ganda na mura na worth buying!


salamat!


Solemn Harmony Studio
Blk-1, Lot-7, Diamond St., Silverhomes Classic, Perpetual Village 7, Bacoor, Cavite. CELL: 0915-492-2800 (Premier,Peavey,Hartke,Mackie,JBL,Shure,DBX,Zoom)

Offline Agent_So

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Re: From Branded Drum Harware/Accessories/Parts To Alternatives Worth Buying
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2008, 12:03:10 AM »
ok sana bro.. kaso premier drums ko. di bagay yung pearl mo. sayang! heheheh
« Last Edit: December 18, 2008, 12:04:42 AM by Agent_So »
Solemn Harmony Studio
Blk-1, Lot-7, Diamond St., Silverhomes Classic, Perpetual Village 7, Bacoor, Cavite. CELL: 0915-492-2800 (Premier,Peavey,Hartke,Mackie,JBL,Shure,DBX,Zoom)

Offline metalmuhlisha

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Re: From Branded Drum Harware/Accessories/Parts To Alternatives Worth Buying
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2008, 12:07:44 AM »
para sakin lang, ok lang gumastos ng konti para sa resonants kasi di mo naman masyadong papalitan to. sabi nila recommended daw pag 3 palit na ng batter (kung susulitin mo pa siguro mas madami pa dun), e pag dating naman sa toms di naman masyadong nabubutas yun, depende lang sa tao.

kung walang remo pwede ka mag evans. my personal preference is the latter.

kung kapos talaga sa budget, pearl protones? tas padala mo nalang from the U.S. kung may relatives ka.
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Offline Agent_So

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Re: From Branded Drum Harware/Accessories/Parts To Alternatives Worth Buying
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2008, 12:19:10 AM »
para sakin lang, ok lang gumastos ng konti para sa resonants kasi di mo naman masyadong papalitan to. sabi nila recommended daw pag 3 palit na ng batter (kung susulitin mo pa siguro mas madami pa dun), e pag dating naman sa toms di naman masyadong nabubutas yun, depende lang sa tao.

kung walang remo pwede ka mag evans. my personal preference is the latter.

kung kapos talaga sa budget, pearl protones? tas padala mo nalang from the U.S. kung may relatives ka.


etong drums ko kasi, 1999 ko pa nabili.. 2nd hand sa saudi pa bro.. yung resonant is still stock premier resonant heads.. yung batter heads lang napalitan... siguro nasa 2-3 years ito sa original na may ari. so imagine mo nalang kung gaano na katagal ito. heheheh..

thanks sa advise bro...

lets hear more inputs..
Solemn Harmony Studio
Blk-1, Lot-7, Diamond St., Silverhomes Classic, Perpetual Village 7, Bacoor, Cavite. CELL: 0915-492-2800 (Premier,Peavey,Hartke,Mackie,JBL,Shure,DBX,Zoom)

Offline kibohead

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Re: From Branded Drum Harware/Accessories/Parts To Alternatives Worth Buying
« Reply #4 on: December 20, 2008, 11:21:33 AM »
kapag di naman sira, wag mo nalang palitan bro. mas malaki pa ma sasave mo pag ganun, mahirap din maghanap ng ibang brands ng reso aside from what you've mentioned...kaya kung kaya pa naman at di naman sira(walang malalim na dent or tear) keep it. :-)


Offline inigo

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Re: From Branded Drum Harware/Accessories/Parts To Alternatives Worth Buying
« Reply #5 on: December 20, 2008, 12:41:05 PM »
Try PDP heads that are sold in Lyric. 300+ for a 14in head. Compared to Remo, ang single-ply heads nila is a bit more controlled. As to durability, my gigging snare's head has been on my snare since July 2007. I don't gig professionally, usual 4-5x a month gig lang.

Ayun :-)
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