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Old 05-19-2014, 06:42 PM
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The road and gig kit:
Stone Custom Drum Co. (STONERLAND) Maple/Poplar shells (Black Oval Series)

7x10, 8x12, 12x14, 14x16, 17x20, various snares (pictured w/. 6x14 Koa)



The studio kit:

7x10 8x12 12x14 14x16 17x22 6x14 koa snare Koa/cherry shells



I just bought all new Gibraltar hardware for the gig kit, the 9700 series.
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I noticed you have your slave pedal on the outside of your hat pedal. I assume its because you use the hat more, which makes sense. I've just never seen anybody do that before.
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I noticed you have your slave pedal on the outside of your hat pedal. I assume its because you use the hat more, which makes sense. I've just never seen anybody do that before.
I like the hats being up closer in tight and the only way to do that was move it to the outside. I'm also primarily a single foot guy and the double pedal gives me a bit more punch when I need it.
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I noticed you have your slave pedal on the outside of your hat pedal. I assume its because you use the hat more, which makes sense. I've just never seen anybody do that before.
I play that way too. Ideally I'd like my hats right in front of my snare, but never quite got around to getting an x-hat. So the compromise is getting the slave pedal on the outside of the hats.
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Old 05-20-2014, 04:51 PM
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I like the hats being up closer in tight and the only way to do that was move it to the outside. I'm also primarily a single foot guy and the double pedal gives me a bit more punch when I need it.
What's up!!!

I've done it for a couple years too. It's really not hard to do, especially with a 2-leg stand (though I did it with a 3-leg before that) and it just feels right to me. I might move it back to a typical position when I get my right-side HH stand, though, to discourage 'cheating' (using crosshand position) with my Orbin experiment ;(
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Old 05-30-2014, 08:33 PM
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that is such a nice kit man! those floors look great and i love the 2 splashes at the front.
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