Show your rack setup!!!!!!!!!!!! No stands allowed!!

ross--

Member
I have a five piece with typical 3 sided rack and am thinking I would like to have my toms at 11 and 2 o clock from my snare instead of 1 and 2 o clock. Has anyone done this with a 3 sided rack? Please show pictures!!
 

MusiQmaN

Platinum Member
:)









As you can see there's a lot of space between the 10'' and the HH, so I can move the 2 toms to the right and have the ride more above the bassdrum. But im not a fan of this positioning.
 

konaboy

Pioneer Member
:)









As you can see there's a lot of space between the 10'' and the HH, so I can move the 2 toms to the right and have the ride more above the bassdrum. But im not a fan of this positioning.
Wow Nice Kit and Rack!! :-()

I love the way that hex rack looks ;-)
 

konaboy

Pioneer Member
I have a five piece with typical 3 sided rack and am thinking I would like to have my toms at 11 and 2 o clock from my snare instead of 1 and 2 o clock. Has anyone done this with a 3 sided rack? Please show pictures!!
Where's your pics?????
 

bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
Staff member
Virtually everything is mounted on the rack including the Kat, mics, cup & stick holders. The only other hardware touching the riser is the hat, snare stand, and stool.



Bermuda
 

dkerwood

Silver Member
Virtually everything is mounted on the rack including the Kat, mics, cup & stick holders. The only other hardware touching the riser is the hat, snare stand, and stool.

Bermuda
Jon, when you're doing other things besides your main gig, do you always bring the same kit, cymbals, etc? I decided to stop using a rack because my setup changed often enough to make it a hindrance.
 

bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
Staff member
No, my local kits normally don't have as much going on cymbal-wise, no Kat or mounted mics, so I use old flatbase stands which travel nicely in a single trap case with cymbals, pedal, sticks, etc. A rack takes up considerably more space that those smaller stands, and would be more time-consuming to deal with for the gigs I do around town.

I like the concept of a rack, but only in the appropriate situtaion.

Bermuda
 

elcid

Member
Virtually everything is mounted on the rack including the Kat, mics, cup & stick holders. The only other hardware touching the riser is the hat, snare stand, and stool.



Bermuda
Say...is that a Pearl rack?

It looks like the one am going to recommend my son to get for his newly acquired 8-piece Legend drum kit since its 3 rack toms have Pearl tom mounts on them RIMs thingies (just like in your toms!) already, so I figure he better stick with them if he wants to use a drum rack...

-elcid
 

Trip McNealy

Gold Member
Basically the Pearl ICON 501C system without the left-side rack bar. Don't really mount much over there, maybe when I get a touring gig someday I will get the extra bar.


 

diosdude

Silver Member
My "go" kit for gigs in smaller clubs:
here's my rack made from a gibraltar v bar and some extra pearl icon t-leg assemblies i had lying around. I used a pipe cutter to make that mini-side wing extension from a t-leg assembly:




with some stuff on it:



Here it is today with some newly acquired add-on toms:



I just throw the whole rack up on the back of my pickup and carry it on stage. Then setup is about 7-8 minutes tops once it's in place. If i stripped down to bare bones, my 2 rack toms would be at 11 o'clock and 1 o'clock from the snare





Now my studio kit is a totally different animal, it has a double decker, 4 sided ICON, the front 2 sides are straight, the sides are curved now.











 

Ian

Silver Member
This kit is usually broken up into two, as you can tell by the heads, but it was a lot of fun to set it up like this and play it for a weekend.





 
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