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  • WWW adres Dixon Hardware

    Hi,

    Looking for the WWW adres for Dixon hardware
    (and offcourse their racks).
    Attaching a lot of things on the TD6 Rack..
    I'am in doubt.

    (already found Gibraltar.com)

    Can someone help me with this?

    thanx ..... Sjoerd ....


  • #2
    Mogguh Sjoerd,

    Dixon has no website(yet). Dixon is distributed in the Benelux by EMD in Belgium, so you could check out their site http://www.emd.be
    The site sucks since products can be seen by the search function only....

    I have some Dixon catalogs over here at home, so if you tell me what type of rack you want I can check which Dixon rack that would be and I can give you a price indication with my Dixon pricelist from last year

    de groetjes en drumse!
    Pieter
    Music was my first love...

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    • #3
      Hi,

      The e-mail adrs above is not a drums etc..
      selling comp., maar een IT company.

      The rack should replace the TD6K rack,...
      so, front with 2 legs and two side bars..

      If you can check it out for me?

      bij voorbaat dank ...

      Cheers........ Sjoerd ...

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      • #4
        correct link http://www.emdmusic.be/
        Robert

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        • #5
          Alle prijzen die ik noem zijn van vorig jaar dus kunnen afwijken.

          SO1826 rek 415,-
          2x SOB-24B buis 44,-
          2x KL1831 hoekklem 74,-
          5x TH760HA tomarm 160,-
          3x KL1845 multiklem 95,-
          2x YH275 bekkenarm 118,-
          totaal 906
          Ik weet niet of je daar nog korting op kunt krijgen.. zal vast wel

          Het rek is hier onder afgebeeld, de twee buizen maak je vast met de KL1831 hoekklemmen, de tomarmen zijn voor de de tom-, snare- en hihat pads. Het rek wordt standaard met 4 multiklemmen geleverd, dus één van de extra drie gebruik je voor de tomhouders en de andere twee voor de bekkenarmen.
          Dus....

          Tis wel vrij prijzig, maar je kunt het beter gelijk goed doen in plaats van er na een jaar achter komen dat je kleine Roland rekje niet meer voldoet terwijl niemand em wil hebben.
          Misschien is het trouwens wel het voordeligst als je het Roland rek deels vervangt. Bijvoorbeeld de middelste buis en de poten vervangen door stalen buizen met stalen dixon klemmen, terwijl je de tomhouders, zij armen en bekken armen gewoon blijft gebruiken.

          dat was em...
          gegroet,
          Pieter

          Music was my first love...

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          • #6
            Hoi,

            2 years ago I sold my "big" PEARL Acoustic kit and my SIMMONS SDS5.
            Looking at the photo, this racks looks ..
            similar to the one I sold 2 years ago with the SIMMONS.

            Bedankt voor je moeite en suggestie

            Cheerio ... Sjoerd ...

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            • #7
              Music was my first love...

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              • #8
                I bought a (tawainese no name) rack at www.musik-produktiv.de with DIXON clamps. Less than 906 and still good.
                Robert

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                • #9
                  I checked out what a drumrack for myself would cost. I am/would be using 7 acoustic cymbals, 3 ddrum tom pads(future) and two ddrum cymbal pads. Ussually racks are supplied with 4 multiclamps, but I'd still would have to add 8 extra multi clamps, plus the memory locks. That's veryyyyyy expensive.
                  My rack would have a suggested retail price of 1100 guilders
                  Bratwurst!
                  Music was my first love...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MPCman:
                    My rack would have a suggested retail price of 1100 guilders
                    Bratwurst!

                    Not in Germany:

                    Rack : 400 DM


                    Extra clamps 300 DM
                    Robert

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                    • #11
                      I used to have a Dixon rack roundabout 1993-94, incidently also bought at Musik-Produktiv in Ibbenbüren as well. It's not a bad rack, very sturdy.

                      Stu
                      "Fry that sound effect, Moriarty, we're having it for breakfast"

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                      • #12
                        I don't pay the 1100 since I work in a shop. 700 dm is 800 guilders and then I'd need an additional rack pipe with clamps to attach my hihat stand to the rack, so I can place my hihat pedal direct on the side of my second bass pedal.

                        Does the german rack have plastic or metal clamps?
                        Music was my first love...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MPCman:
                          I don't pay the 1100 since I work in a shop.

                          I don't pay for operations since I work in a hospital

                          ... and then I'd need an additional rack pipe with clamps to attach my hihat stand to the rack

                          Every time you add new things to the rack in order to reach those 1100 guilders.

                          Does the german rack have plastic or metal clamps?
                          Metal (honest)

                          [This message has been edited by puttenvr (edited July 03, 2001).]
                          Robert

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                          • #14


                            The 1100 guilders were based on a rack with 2 T legs, a rack pipe with attachments to the hihat stand, another rack pipe on the right with zo'n verstevigingsdingetje , clamps for everything..
                            Music was my first love...

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