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greg1948

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Vero Beach FL

Dec 17th, 2013 04:02 PM        

I'm thinking of getting back to drums after a million year layoff. Jazz would be my preference in this lifetime, so I'm thinking small and lightweight. The Pearl Traveler kit has been discussed here, but I'm liking the Taye (tie) Gokit. More money and maybe not as portable, but I like two heads vs one. Sounded good on youtube demo. Anyone had a chance to try them?



Lazmo



Australia

Dec 22nd, 2013 04:24 AM        

Haven't played either... but<br /> <br /> "but I like two heads vs one"<br /> <br /> me too...<br />



Blues Beat

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I dont wanna work

just wanna bang on de drum all day
Dec 22nd, 2013 04:30 AM        

I have a Catalina Gretch Kit I'm looking to sell, e mail me.



greg1948

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Vero Beach FL

Dec 31st, 2013 06:53 AM        

Thanks, Bluesbeat, but I've decided to go with the Taye Gokit. I tried them at a drum shop in Port St. Lucie. They really produce a surprisingly good sound. The kick is not as robust sounding as the snare/toms, but useable nonetheless. Might try different heads. <br /> <br /> The Gokit really a much more compact kit than even the Catalinas. All the drums and hardware can fit in the three bags they make for it. And the weight is proportionately less too. That's a consideration for me, as I'm not a kid any more.



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