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Old 07-11-2010, 12:03 AM
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WoW!

What an awesome creation!

(I hate the over use of the word, awesome, but here it really fits)

Fine n Dandy work!
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Old 07-11-2010, 02:33 PM
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Hey Jonnie. Great little kit. Tell us more. Sizes? How long did it take? Give us the details.
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Old 07-11-2010, 03:45 PM
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Hey Jonnie. Great little kit. Tell us more. Sizes? How long did it take? Give us the details.
Anyone? Ready to rock out for your next Starbucks engagement I present this newest Re-creation of a never to be MIJ kit. Although Star did at one time produsce a small jungle kit, it was a three piece affair with 18-12 and snare. I believe, wothout cheating, relying only on the much dicussed bong-baked cell of ancient grey matter, called the "Junior", and that is just a guess. Man, I never knew that stuff was so thick it would last sooo long....
The Finish: Blue Glitter, hand laid lacuqer and glitter.
The hardware:
Bass-16ax14.5d converted f.t., 9 ply mahogany shell of unknown age and origin, probably a Pearl Export (stencil), late 70s-early 80s if memory serves....with a vintage 60s Star tom mount plate. Very clean and solid. Lugs are original to shell, stepped ridge. Cymbal L-arm and mount, converted from one of the original leg mounts from this shell. Legs are new, old style MIJ teles.
Floor Tom-13ax11d Pearl Export 5 ply, fairly modern, for us, a late 90s. Legs and mounts are early export type stencils. Lugs are 60s Star Sound King.
Mounted Tom-10ax8d Pearl Export, 4 ply, mid-late 80s. Mount is Pearl shell mount, lugs are 60s Sound King.
All shells Granitone interior for continuity.
As for tuning...well, I haven't yet. The build was done in about 15-20 hours.
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Old 07-11-2010, 04:07 PM
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John, man that finish is stunning! I hope my snare looks as good.
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Old 07-16-2010, 12:41 AM
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Nice job, Jonni...I love 13's as floor toms....and those Pearl power toms make great FT conversions.

Very cool, Mon !

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