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  • California rockPublié le 02/03/07 à 03:40
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    Hello Steve ST21, as a guitarist, I think the Rock is that California is an early instrument that can hold the road properly with good standards skins & of course the appropriate settings, which come with practice, with the
    "Sound." Ours has been used for years in all kinds of beginners and experienced drummers (with 400 concerts in the sticks), its volume must be repeated to good rock, and I never moderate volume on my Marshall. It was a lot of concerts aussi.Je have carefully maintained, improving it with the screws used or attachments Recycling. Today it is not yet at retirement, it is advantageous to a young drummer. Although chips ... Steve ST21
  • California rockPublié le 01/30/07 à 14:54
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    I have a drumkit california for 5 months I have purchase a 300 euros but it is not strictly speaking an exellent deal for beginners is a drumkit of branded, I do not advice particulirement exept for beginners. but with new skins and cymbals it is possible to do something
  • California rockPublié le 06/20/07 à 23:29
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    I myself even a drumkit possde California for 23 years, so a good product as opposed to opinion dja read. But it is true that some changes are made, for advice, and choose Change skins RMO Imprator oil bath and especially working ft empty (without skin are less than), finally made a wind of 20 cm center to the bottom of your GC and then apply a foam Paisse on the indoor half its girth. While keeping the lower skin sr Tempo and snare, but add 2 small fts 21 and 25 cm bottomless and you're jou.Quand to cymbals, the choice is vast, but to stay in prices rsonnables attempting "Kaschian" and do not forget that the life of the latter is rev limit (approx 5 years).
    For me, it's true that......
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    I myself even a drumkit possde California for 23 years, so a good product as opposed to opinion dja read. But it is true that some changes are made, for advice, and choose Change skins RMO Imprator oil bath and especially working ft empty (without skin are less than), finally made a wind of 20 cm center to the bottom of your GC and then apply a foam Paisse on the indoor half its girth. While keeping the lower skin sr Tempo and snare, but add 2 small fts 21 and 25 cm bottomless and you're jou.Quand to cymbals, the choice is vast, but to stay in prices rsonnables attempting "Kaschian" and do not forget that the life of the latter is rev limit (approx 5 years).
    For me, it's true that other means I Do not hesitate for another choice, but even with a budget I renew for a California
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