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Discussion in 'The Builders Workshop' started by indedrum, Jan 21, 2019.
Yes, I have a kit and snare ready for the show!
I agree with with you and your son, if that helps!
One question I have Josh, how easy will it be for you to match for add-on drums later? Say someone bought that white/black/green set in your post but then a year from now wants to order another tom? Seems like it might be hard to get the ratio of colors and the type of swirl pattern the same.
Sorry I forgot to say it, those look amazing.
For a perfect match, I do highly recommend you buy all the drums you will want at once. Add-ons are possible, but we would need you to ship us a drum for the best match, and it we should be able to get reasonably close.
I mean this with all due respect, but I hate you!
The level of drum lust building in my gut cannot be healthy! Each one I see is my favorite until I see the next one! Arrrghhhh!!!!!
Cool ... see you there
Wow, Those look awesome Josh!
Do you offer the reso armor re-finishing by itself? Like send you a set of old shells to get the treatment?
I just messaged INDe about that last week... No dice. At least, that's what I was told.
Gotta say, this looks like a game-changer. Very psyched for Josh and INDe.
Even after viewing your suggested page, I'm still not familiar with what ResoArmor is. What is it?
Great stuff, Josh. Hope to see these at the Chicago Show or sooner!
Seeing those with the inlay on the bass drum settles it, I'm sold........ When you get back from NAMM Josh lets meet up for coffee somewhere and spec a kit out.
Looking GOOD!!!! INDe booth panorama at NAMM 2019....
Some quick product impressions....
RESoArmor: These finishes are great looking, durable, have vivid, deep colors that retain the natural tonal character of the shell.
With the shell "thump test" the RESoArmor sounded sonorous like a good raw shell should, whereas the wrapped shell was noticeably muted (I was surprised at how much the wrap actually inhibited/deaden the shell).
Shells: I got to handle a couple of the drums in the Bop kit (R. front), installing hardware on the tom & bass. I was highly impressed by what I saw. It's not an overstatement to say the components are low mass. No joke, these are the real deal, I was surprised at how light and thin the shells were. Hardware and build quality was top notch. Overall I really liked the products at the INDe booth.
That is friggin' gorgeous.
That's a shame. I would love to apply this to my existing kit.