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Old 2006-01-19, 11:05
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double bass question

i got a pearl world series bass drum, and i was wanting to get a second bass drum for my pedals. do i need the exact same bass drum? or is a different one of the same size ok? i know having the same drum heads is necessary, but about the bass drums...
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Old 2006-01-19, 14:34
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Having the same type of wood for each bass drum would be something to consider, but it doesn't have to be the same exact one.
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Old 2006-01-19, 16:05
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You would probably want to get the same bass drum just to be safe. You would probably be able to get a similar sound with a differnt type of wood, but the same wood is your best bet. But hey, if you want 2 different sounding drums, that's cool.
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Old 2006-01-19, 16:07
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yeah go for the same, unless you want a different sound from your other bass drum, go for as close to identical as possible from your other bass!

(ie get the same make, model, diameter, heads etc.)
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Old 2006-01-19, 23:59
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alright, so i went ahead and bought my other bass drum, the one i have already is a pearl world series 22x16...i know nothing more than that, because i got it at a pawn shop. the new bass drum i bought is a pearl export EX...whatever. same size 22x16 like the one i already got. that's about as close as i can find to the original one i have. i really hope this works, or else i'm gonna have to order the same thing again, and end up pointlessly with 3 bass drums
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Old 2006-01-21, 14:55
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just some how mix the third one in your set and like grow another foot or use your "other" leg to beat it
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