Show us your Four Piece Kits.

baz

Silver Member
...There is something about a nice clean four piece kit that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

There are so many beautifull kits posted on this site that I go into brain lock trying to come up with appropriate comments when I see them posted.

I will go first.



Most of you have seen these before, but for those of you who have not, specs are 24x16, 16x16, 13x9, 14x6 edge snare. 20" Manhattan ride, 14" dark hats, 17" xtreme, and 16" thin crash.

Now let's see yours.

Barry
 

slingerland755

Silver Member
...There is something about a nice clean four piece kit that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

There are so many beautifull kits posted on this site that I go into brain lock trying to come up with appropriate comments when I see them posted.

I will go first.



Most of you have seen these before, but for those of you who have not, specs are 24x16, 16x16, 13x9, 14x6 edge snare. 20" Manhattan ride, 14" dark hats, 17" xtreme, and 16" thin crash.



Now let's see yours.

Barry
I love them all, but I think yours is my fav........
 

mind_drummer

Platinum Member
Since I have split my setup in two for making my Bop setup, both my kits are now four pieces.

I haven't took pics of my main kit as four pieces but here two samples pics of my preliminary bop setup.




 

baz

Silver Member
...niiiiiice. very niiiiice.

Keep them coming.

These are my black oyster dubs. 22x16, 16x14, 13x9, 14x6. 20, 18, 14" el Sabor ride, crash and hats plus an 18" hhxtreme crash.



Keep them coming. I know there are some Ludwigs, Pearls and Unix out there.
Let's see some Tama, Yamaha, and anything else you have as well. We don't discriminate against franken kits either.

Barry
 

Drumsword

Pioneer Member
Mine is a 22x16 Keller, 9X13 Slingerland and 14X14 Keller and in the pic is a 6.5X13 Yamaha Musashi oak, But is often interchanged with various other snares.

Refinished in Blue Sparkle by myself.
 

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baz

Silver Member
Not as good as good as the ones posted above, but I still lov it.

Pearl Export EX



...what do you mean ?

These are every bit as nice as anything else on this thread.

Clean, Classy, and very comfortable looking.

Nice pile of brass you have there too. Specs please.

barry
 

TenPastTen

Silver Member
Like a grainy image of the Loch Ness Monster, these photos captured the rare instance that my stuff was setup as a four-piece.

Drum specs: Mapex M Birch 22 x 18, 12 x 9, 14 x 11; Black Panther Thick Flame Maple snare 14 x 6.

Cymbal specs: Masterwork Jazz Master series: 14 Hats, 16 Crash, 17 Crash, 22 Ride
 

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geeza

Senior Member
This is a cheap maple Groove Percussion kit that i covered in wraps from Precision Drum Co. and added Pearl optimount hardware. The upgrades cost more than the kit.
 

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Deathmetalconga

Platinum Member
There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
 

GruntersDad

Administrator - Mayor
Staff member
Like a grainy image of the Loch Ness Monster, these photos captured the rare instance that my stuff was setup as a four-piece.

Drum specs: Mapex M Birch 22 x 18, 12 x 9, 14 x 11; Black Panther Thick Flame Maple snare 14 x 6.

Cymbal specs: Masterwork Jazz Master series: 14 Hats, 16 Crash, 17 Crash, 22 Ride

That looks great. And what an odd but Great choice in cymbals. Very nice.
 

geeza

Senior Member
There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
I think this thread was for showing the drums and not how unique you can be setting up a four piece.
 
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