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    wayne
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    Posted – 19/03/2017 : 03:26:53 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    Picking up a “normal” configuration kit soon and would like your opinions of the comparison of these shells to Sonor Drop kits from the 60,s. Same shells, different edges, plys, etc??
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    Brody
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    Posted – 19/03/2017 : 16:06:29 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    I can’t offer any comparisons but did own a Trixon a few years ago, which I bought as a do-er upper. these shells do sound great and I seem to remember the bass drum was particularly nice – deep and punchy. i may even have an odd tension lug still lying around so double check with me if you need anything.
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    wayne
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    Posted – 19/03/2017 : 18:25:04 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    Brody…email sent.
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    wayne
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    Posted – 21/03/2017 : 04:31:29 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    You folks really don’t like to engage in conversation do you?…Never seen a drum forum with so many viewers, yet so few responses.
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    Soporif
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    Posted – 21/03/2017 : 08:35:09 Show Profile Visit Soporif’s Homepage Reply with Quote
    Alright, I’ll start the ball rolling – I know nothing about Trixon drums.

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    Captain Bubble
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    Posted – 21/03/2017 : 10:27:24 Show Profile Visit Captain Bubble’s Homepage Reply with Quote
    I don’t know enough about Trixon to make any worthwhile comments, except that they were well rated in their time. I do have the remains of an old Trixon bongo, and did once have a Trixon vibraphone which I restored from very poor and incomplete condition.
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    wayne
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    Posted – 21/03/2017 : 13:45:16 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    There we go!..maybe Trixon never got to far from Germany. They were only around for a brief time, but I assumed like most German product, it was top shelf.
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    Captain Bubble
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    Posted – 21/03/2017 : 13:57:34 Show Profile Visit Captain Bubble’s Homepage Reply with Quote
    Trixon was from the bad old days when it was very difficult for UK to trade with European countries…..
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    Brody
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    Posted – 22/03/2017 : 14:23:59 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    Sorry Wayne, only checked back today – had a a busy few days. Will take a look!
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    Brody
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    Posted – 24/03/2017 : 17:10:05 Show Profile Reply with Quote
    Can’t find an email. Was it a pic of the set?
    Ingo is the man for Trixon parts and knowledge. Check him out here: http://www.trixondrums.de/

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