Again, it’s different, but not “better”. I should add that the main reason I’m considering selling my Saturn is because of the sizes I have. An aggressive tone, edgy and slamming. We reviewed the entry-level Fluence series last year and now we have the new and more luxurious Eyedentity. This is for the Fusion setup: Use this forum to exchange ideas and information with your fellow drummers.
Right away I put my Black panther on ebay, sold it and am going there tomorrow to pick it up. Join Date Feb Posts 1, The most obvious wow-factor is the glorious Tigerwood exotic veneer. Image 1 of 2 Odery avoids generic parts – just about everything is designed from scratch. I have to say the hardware was top knotch, it really was rock solid. Odery Drums I’d definitely pick them up in a heartbeat. The time now is I’d definitely pick them up in a heartbeat.
Or perhaps Scandinavian birch with tiger wood out ply with hand rubbed lacquer in fusion sizes for the same price? Frankly, if you’re going to spend money seriees change over, you’d be better off going for a better quality kit than the one you currently play.
Multi-positions might sound like a cool idea but in practice we find they’re redundant, more of a hindrance than a help.
Here is my dilemma. But they definitely need a new web man. I think this might be my favourite finish of reviee Eyedentity series though: This extra girth gives both drums even more of a lift so that the bass drum sounded serues hard at first. Second is the chrome plating on the 1. The reviews I’ve been reading say nothing but good things, but still.
Ew, is that a snake? Some major suck factor. As for quality it was of a good enough orery. All other chrome plating on lugs and brackets etc, is excellent.
Results 1 to 12 of It was a maple and basswood shell, 10 lugs on an 18″ kick and is marketed as there mid line drums. Originally Posted by BigFatDrummer. Again, it’s different, but not “better”.
He’s a forum user here, the kit has been posted several times Many of you by now will have come across this great brand, and today I got to try them out.
We reckon 6-inch is an under-used but versatile odeey, resulting in a beefy tone without being sludgy. I’d say better http: The time now is Also, isn’t this the Tiger Burst finish: Just the amazing sound this thing had.
Odery Drums They certainly look nice!!
Odery Eyedentity Series drums review
First is the complex eysdentity strainer, which we’ll come to below. The Saturn is a funny beast. Tuning takes just a few smooth turns of the bolts and the fitted Evans G1s are further proof Odery does not cut corners.
They were priced similar to an MCX and were in the bottom of the 3 pro ranges in the Odery lineup. The time now is Their website is proper rubbish with little to no information of use. Odery Drums Odery’s are the bomb! Odery Drums Those finishes look stunning. All times are GMT Am I missing something here? Odery offers a good selection of alternative drum sizes and we should mention one other shell pack – the Eye. Slightly thin chrome plating on some hoops.
New London, CT Posts: Dimensions-wise, our kit is the fusion style Eye. Besides that great drums but over priced. Then I got to go on the privilege series. Image 2 of 2 Birch revieq known as the focussed wood and the toms are certainly well-balanced.
Eyedentity | Odery Custom Drums
Our Verdict Stunning finishes, top quality materials, superb attention to detail and exceptional value. The Saturn has beautiful hand rubbed finishes, great hardware, amazing bearing edges.
It is awkward to grip, being small and positioned under the four-position knob. What do you guys think? Why didn’t they just put 2 lugs. Tuned medium-high there is clarity combined with body. Unlike bass pedals we reckon strainers need as few adjustments as possible. If he or anyone else gets banned its cause they broke the rules and Pearl saw fit to ban them.
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