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 Post subject: Sonor SQ2'S and other Sonor's
PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:25 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Sonor SQ2'S and other Sonor's
PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:57 pm 
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As for details on kits : The vintage Sonor's are a 18" X 24" Phonic kick, 13" and 14" Signature rack toms and a 18" x 16" Phonic Hi Tech floor tom. I couldn't get other Sonor's I have uploaded. I have a 18" X 24" Sonor Signature heavy kick,and a Sonorlite 17" x 24" kick as well,though, not pictured. The SQ2'S are a 18 x 24 heavy birch kick,12 x 13 heavy birch rack tom,12 x 14, 12 x 15 heavy beech rack toms. The floor tom is my Sonor Phonic Hi Tech 18 x 16 floor tom,in beech. Snares are a 7 x 14 SQ2 heavy birch,and a 8 x 14 Danny Carey model. I'm going to get matching SQ2 red sparkle floor toms in heavy birch when finances and affordability permit, along with extra goodies. It was when I first was able to start affording Sonor Gear. So I didn't have matching drums,at first. Though, they still sound great! :D And I started off by buying used ones from fellow board members Bikeboo1,Furcifer,and Storsav,Shane,Sonor Tony, as well as some Ebay pieces. The rest I bought new such as Sonor SQ2's from Shane and his killer staff at Drum Center of Portsmouth. 8-) The Paiste's I've had for years,and are from various sources,as well as various Paiste lines and sizes. As for the amps, Ive been playing guitar on the side ,and in my downtime, for a long time , as well.I use a B.C. Rich Mockingbird and Marshall's and more Marshall's! 8-) All the best to Jim Marshall's memory for some of the greatest amps in the world,and he was a drummer as well. His talents are missed! R.I.P.


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