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Old 04-21-2014, 05:48 AM
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Just sold these in January.
2004 USA Customs in Walnut Gloss. 9x12, 14x16 and 16x22
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Old 04-21-2014, 08:08 AM
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Gretsch Renown Maple 2013 model in Silver Oyster Pearl.
10 x 7, 12 x 8, 16 x 14 toms, 22 x 18 bass drum and 14 x 6,5 snare with additional 13 x 9 tom. Gives me several setup options, like 10-12-16, 12-13-16 or 10-13-16.
Great sounding and looking kit and the latest GTS is very slick and functional.
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Old 04-22-2014, 05:06 PM
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Very nice vintage kit Kona. What did you use for the snare's reso head? Love that mat finish too.

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Old 04-22-2014, 05:27 PM
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Kona, tell me about those bearing edges.

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Holy cow Eric your drums look amazing! Makes me want to consider a Renown now.
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Old 04-25-2014, 05:59 PM
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My babies - kind of a sloppy picture - none of the badges are facing out, a reflection of my sloppiness :-) I also have an 8" tom that came with the kit - barely seen in the background behind my last floor tom. I mounted the 10" tom and moved the 16" floor tom into "playing position" but truth be told the 10" tom is normally not racked and the 16" floor tom is used for a writing stand - thus the funny angle. At this point in my journey for toms I only use the 12" racked tom and the 14" floor tom. I love the kit a lot.

If you are wondering that is a movie screen behind the kit. I pulled it down thinking it might help with acoustics - it did not. But now I can't get it to retract back up so I just leave it down :-)


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Old 04-26-2014, 09:36 AM
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USA Turquoise glass 24" by 16" 13" by 9" 16" by 16" Craviotto snare. my only gripe is no T-rods on the kick, i hate that but i'm old school.
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Old 04-26-2014, 11:43 AM
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Gretsch Renown Maple 2013 model in Silver Oyster Pearl.
10 x 7, 12 x 8, 16 x 14 toms, 22 x 18 bass drum and 14 x 6,5 snare with additional 13 x 9 tom. Gives me several setup options, like 10-12-16, 12-13-16 or 10-13-16.
Great sounding and looking kit and the latest GTS is very slick and functional.
Those new Renowns are gorgeous! Love the finish.
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Old 04-26-2014, 06:29 PM
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USA Turquoise glass 24" by 16" 13" by 9" 16" by 16" Craviotto snare. my only gripe is no T-rods on the kick, i hate that but i'm old school.
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Old 04-26-2014, 07:27 PM
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USA Turquoise glass 24" by 16" 13" by 9" 16" by 16" Craviotto snare. my only gripe is no T-rods on the kick, i hate that but i'm old school.
What size are those timbales and what do you have them attached on because that looks like a great place to put them. Also beautiful kit.
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Old 04-27-2014, 08:20 AM
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What size are those timbales and what do you have them attached on because that looks like a great place to put them. Also beautiful kit.
DJ, The timbales are an old set they are 8" and 10" just mounted on an old cowbell mount. not the ultimate set up but it works. here's a couple more pics. Thanks for compliments folks. I used to have a Walnut set in the same sizes years ago but as i played them out the lugs wore down and i couldn't get replacements back then so i sold them. So when i had the chance to get this kit i jumped on it, everyone should a Gretsch in the stable. IMHO. pete.
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Old 04-27-2014, 08:32 AM
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DJ, The timbales are an old set they are 8" and 10" just mounted on an old cowbell mount. not the ultimate set up but it works. here's a couple more pics. Thanks for compliments folks. I used to have a Walnut set in the same sizes years ago but as i played them out the lugs wore down and i couldn't get replacements back then so i sold them. So when i had the chance to get this kit i jumped on it, everyone should a Gretsch in the stable. IMHO. pete.
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Absolutely gorgeous . I found t- rods on eBay and they weren't too expensive.
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Old 04-29-2014, 11:54 PM
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My early 50's Broadkaster.
3 ply shells with clear interiors.
22,16,13,14.
As you can see I added some modern hardware from Gretsch and Ludwig.
I made sure to keep the classic spurs on the bass drum though.
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Old 04-30-2014, 01:44 AM
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My early 50's Broadkaster.
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22,16,13,14.
As you can see I added some modern hardware from Gretsch and Ludwig.
I made sure to keep the classic spurs on the bass drum though.
Truly beautiful Bob, that's all you need right there. Are all the cymbals Istanbuls?
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Old 04-30-2014, 02:03 AM
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Truly beautiful Bob, that's all you need right there. Are all the cymbals Istanbuls?
Thanks pete, The splash is a Zildjian K Custom Hybrid 11". The Swish Knocker is an old 8 rivet Zildjian 22". The Agop's are as follows. 21" Sultan Jazz ride, 18" Traditional left side ride, 14' Sultan hats, and a Paper Thin 18" crash.
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Old 04-30-2014, 10:11 AM
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My early 50's Broadkaster.
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22,16,13,14.
As you can see I added some modern hardware from Gretsch and Ludwig.
I made sure to keep the classic spurs on the bass drum though.
Wow, so the Atlas mounts just fit in the original Gretsch lug-holes? That's good to know and opens up some posisbilities. I'd love to try the tom mount but wouldn't want to drill new holes in my USA Custom.
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I have Atlas mounts installed on my USA Custom 12" and 13" toms but I must say I am quite dissapointed with results. It took some resonance and sustain off the drums so I will get original G1 GTS or Gauger RIMS soon. I can A/B USA custom toms with my New Classics. When you hold them by the rims they both sing nice. Put them on the l-rod and New Classics still resonates but Customs with Atlas mounts are quite dead.

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Rest, Try moving them up or down the L rod some normally that is what kills the tone of the drum.
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Rest, Try moving them up or down the L rod some normally that is what kills the tone of the drum.
Yeah, I tried it. Best result is when the bracket sits on the top of the L-rod. That is the place I normally have it. The point is that the sound of the New Classic toms on the same L-rod is not affected.
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One more to the collection.

Wanted a set with a 20" bass drum and didn't want to spend a bunch. This set was on clearance and it was too good to pass up. Pictured with the matching 5x14 snare. I also picked up a new version of a 6.5x14" snare in satin black.

Not pictured is the 12" tom which I really don't use and keep in a bag.

I've never purchased a new set for this price tag that has this much quality. I purchased the 5 drums new for less money than it would of cost me for one add on drum to one of my existing sets.

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One more to the collection.

Wanted a set with a 20" bass drum and didn't want to spend a bunch. This set was on clearance and it was too good to pass up. Pictured with the matching 5x14 snare. I also picked up a new version of a 6.5x14" snare in satin black.

Not pictured is the 12" tom which I really don't use and keep in a bag.

I've never purchased a new set for this price tag that has this much quality. I purchased the 5 drums new for less money than it would of cost me for one add on drum to one of my existing sets.

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And that is a Renown set yes?
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Old 04-30-2014, 05:07 PM
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is it a glass fade?

how many kits in your arsenal now?
Thanks Anthony! They called it Red Sparkle Fade Lacquer and is now a discontinued finish.

This makes Gretsch set #4 for me, along with a few other Gretsch snares.

Several months back I hooked up with Jess and ordered a Gretsch snare in tribute to my daughter. She loves purple and I got one for her to have when I keel over. I had this color on a set of Broadkasters back in the 1980s and just loved it. Pimped it out with the Microsensitive and snap in key holder. My Avatar shows a picture of it.

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Thanks Anthony! They called it Red Sparkle Fade Lacquer and is now a discontinued finish.

This makes Gretsch set #4 for me, along with a few other Gretsch snares.

Several months back I hooked up with Jess and ordered a Gretsch snare in tribute to my daughter. She loves purple and I got one for her to have when I keel over. I had this color on a set of Broadkasters back in the 1980s and just loved it. Pimped it out with the Microsensitive and snap in key holder. My Avatar shows a picture of it.


beautiful snare indeed

glad you went to Jess to get it done.... love those guys

I love that you did that for your daughter

all my kits have written inside the bass drum that these kits belong to my daughter .... I'll do the same with the USA Custom when it arrives.... which will be Gretsch kit #5 to the dismay of my wife :)

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beautiful snare indeed

glad you went to Jess to get it done.... love those guys

I love that you did that for your daughter

all my kits have written inside the bass drum that these kits belong to my daughter .... I'll do the same with the USA Custom when it arrives.... which will be Gretsch kit #5 to the dismay of my wife :)

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Thanks! Like yourself, I have found everyone at Maxwells to be top shelf.

Good idea about writing it inside your bass drum.

Looking forward to seeing #5. When's the ETA?
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Wow, so the Atlas mounts just fit in the original Gretsch lug-holes? That's good to know and opens up some posisbilities. I'd love to try the tom mount but wouldn't want to drill new holes in my USA Custom.
I had to oval the holes with a round file just a bit to allow the Atlas Arch to make the span distance. Being that the 22" drum has 8 lugs the spacing of the lugs was about 1/4" to far. If you look closely at the pics you can see that the Atlas lugs are slightly closer than the Gretsch lugs on the front head. The holes don't show with the Atlas mounts installed. If I ever reinstall the original lugs they would also cover the oval holes.
I am never going to remove the Atlas Arch because I am totally satisfied with the mounting system. I haven't had any issues with the Atlas mounts choking any of the 4 drums that I have installed them on.
I have also installed them on vintage Ludwig and Slingerland kits that I own.
If you have a 10 lug 22" bass drum, installing the Arch will not be a problem.
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Thanks! Like yourself, I have found everyone at Maxwells to be top shelf.

Good idea about writing it inside your bass drum.

Looking forward to seeing #5. When's the ETA?
about 10 weeks unfortunately

but Steve always gives me a longer time expectancy then it will actually take .... so it's nice to get that email sooner than expected
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All done! My 1960's Gretsch name band outfit.





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It's been a while, but wanted to jump in and show off my new matching 20" bass drum I won on an eBay auction. I now have (I think) the full set of this run of cat birches. I'm pretty stoked...plus now I have an excuse to get a new double pedal!

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10"x8" tom...not shown
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16"x13" tom
14"x5.5" snare...not shown
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Another view from the front...
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And a view of my music man cave...
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Hey, Nic, how do you get back there to play?

Are you a part time hurdler?
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Hey, Nic, how do you get back there to play?

Are you a part time hurdler?
lol...there is a (little) gap on the far left...enough for me to squeez through at least.
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It's been a while, but wanted to jump in and show off my new matching 20" bass drum I won on an eBay auction. I now have (I think) the full set of this run of cat birches. I'm pretty stoked...plus now I have an excuse to get a new double pedal!

8" x 7" tom...not shown
10"x8" tom...not shown
12"x9" tom
14"x11" tom
16"x13" tom
14"x5.5" snare...not shown
22"x18" kick
20"x18" kick
14"x5" gretsch crystal tone steel snare
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Why a double pedal with two drums? why not two single pedals
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Because with two doubles, he'll have four pedals.
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Why a double pedal with two drums? why not two single pedals
The drums are different sizes, 20" and 22". THe 22" will always be my main kick, and ill have my main double pedal operating it. The 20" is positioned under my floor toms and will have a double pedal operating it placed directly adjacent to my right main pedal...so I can still play completely normal. For those tight poppy grooves, I wanted the 20 to get some tight punch...
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It would be like Stantons pedal setup...only his aux bass is a 26"...so the new double kick pedal will never be able to be played with both feet. Rather, the left foot plate of the new pedal is operated by by right foot adjacent to main kick pedal... lol, im confusing my self trying to explain it.
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