Datingpearl shemale totaly dating
I have done the research I could on the forums though.-Thanks for your help: Drummerdude1099 (Gabe) Welcome Gabe, Are you sure those rack toms aren't 10x8, and 12x9 and 14x11?I believe that your drums are 10" x 8", 12" x 9",(rack toms); 14" x 12" and 16" x 14" on the hanging floor toms. I love Vintage Sunburst and your kit looks really fine.It is my preferred set up except I have a 16" x 14" hanging FT and an 18" x 16" Floor Tom (The Neuroblaster)! I believe that your drums are 10" x 8", 12" x 9",(rack toms); 14" x 12" and 16" x 14" on the hanging floor toms. First, my apologies for replying to your thread 20 days late.EDIT via Doc_Glock: 2009 MHP Masters Mahogany LE 4 ply African Mahogany with 4 ply maple reinforcement rings.In 2010, Masters MCX is still available, offering superior Masters quality and sound at incredibly affordable prices. I got them new, and to this day I think it's the best sounding set of drums I've ever heard up close and in person.I could post pics if those would help, or if anyone wants to see them.
I decided to start after buying my first Pearl kit.
I am collecting pics of Pearl Drum Badges from all years and all series. The Rectangular 80's and 90's style and the Masters' are my fav's but I'm wanting to compile a visual collection for "All to See".
From 1966 Presidents onward to the latest Masterworks Artisans - I would like to see them all.
Pearl never made half sizes unless the previous owner had really deep shells and cut them down.
That would be the only way you would have half sizes to my knowledge. The BRX shells are killin' when it comes to sound and appearance. Serial numbers on those shells won't tell us anything about the age I don't think.