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Old 03-22-2014, 06:57 AM
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Vxla,

If you would be kind enough to list your cymbals, I'd appreciate it.

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Old 03-23-2014, 01:51 AM
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sweet! im confused by your bass pedals though? why a double beater on a double bass?
Use the single on the right foot since it's used most. Use the double as a single on the left, without the slave. When I need to play out somewhere with only a single kick but want the double chops,,,,just add the slave and waaaaaa laaaaaa. Cheaper than buying two singles and a double ;-)
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Old 03-24-2014, 11:24 PM
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My PDP 805s! 24x18, 16x14, & 13x9. Tama Metalworks snare with die-cast hoops.
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Old 03-25-2014, 12:06 AM
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Just outfitted the whole kit with new heads for a new project. Why not.

Hey, what's your kit? It looks amazing. :)
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Old 03-25-2014, 02:26 PM
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Use the single on the right foot since it's used most. Use the double as a single on the left, without the slave. When I need to play out somewhere with only a single kick but want the double chops,,,,just add the slave and waaaaaa laaaaaa. Cheaper than buying two singles and a double ;-)
Good idea! I love that setup, nice kit.
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Old 03-25-2014, 06:39 PM
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Hey, what's your kit? It looks amazing. :)
Thanks so much!
Its actually a Pearl Export. I've refinished it myself twice.

For reference, here it is when it was new, about 10 years ago...


Only kit I've ever owned
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Old 04-04-2014, 04:34 PM
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The new Signet 105's at my gig last night 20, 12, 14, 14x6.5 Pork Pie BoB.

14" Zildjian Hollow Logo Rock hats
16" K Custom Fast Crash
20" K Custom Dry Ride
19" Armand Beautiful Baby ride


Yamaha FP-8500B Bass Pedal

Yamaha Snare stands for snare and rack tom. Pre-modern atlas Ludwig flat base straight stands and a yamaha single braced hi-hat stand

Remo Ambassador Over Ludwig heavy on the rack
Remo Vintage A over Ludwig heave on the Floor
Kick stock Remos

Snare stock Asian made Remos

Ignore the little shammy towel in the bass. I am currently waiting on a new head.
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Old 04-04-2014, 04:48 PM
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The new Signet 105's at my gig last night 20, 12, 14, 14x6.5 Pork Pie BoB.

14" Zildjian Hollow Logo Rock hats
16" K Custom Fast Crash
20" K Custom Dry Ride
19" Armand Beautiful Baby ride


Yamaha FP-8500B Bass Pedal

Yamaha Snare stands for snare and rack tom. Pre-modern atlas Ludwig flat base straight stands and a yamaha single braced hi-hat stand

Remo Ambassador Over Ludwig heavy on the rack
Remo Vintage A over Ludwig heave on the Floor
Kick stock Remos

Snare stock Asian made Remos

Ignore the little shammy towel in the bass. I am currently waiting on a new head.
Signets, very nice!!
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:49 PM
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The new Signet 105's at my gig last night 20, 12, 14, 14x6.5 Pork Pie BoB.

14" Zildjian Hollow Logo Rock hats
16" K Custom Fast Crash
20" K Custom Dry Ride
19" Armand Beautiful Baby ride


Yamaha FP-8500B Bass Pedal

Yamaha Snare stands for snare and rack tom. Pre-modern atlas Ludwig flat base straight stands and a yamaha single braced hi-hat stand

Remo Ambassador Over Ludwig heavy on the rack
Remo Vintage A over Ludwig heave on the Floor
Kick stock Remos

Snare stock Asian made Remos

Ignore the little shammy towel in the bass. I am currently waiting on a new head.

They look great.
I like the Teak finish.
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:59 PM
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DW Collectors all cherry shells. 12,13,15,16,22 with a 6.5x14 Vintage Brass snare.
DW Collectors maple, Amber to Tobacco burst over Tamo Ash. 12,15,22 with a 5x14 copper snare.
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Old 04-05-2014, 05:50 AM
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Another Signet!

12x8, 14x14 and 20x15 with a 6.5x14 Supra.

cymbals are:
13" K Custom Dark Hats
20" Alchemy Professional Series Custom Rock Crash
20" Zildjian A Medium Ride
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Old 04-07-2014, 08:25 AM
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Finally got a chance to take a halfway decent driver's seat photo. AImost every place I play I'm backed up against a wall.


Yamaha Stage Custom
8x10, 9x12 and 16x16 toms
17x22 bass drum
7x14 Pork Pie Cherry Bubinga snare
22" Zildjian A medium ride
16" Zildjian A medium crash
17" Zildjian A medium thin crash
16" Zildjian New Beat hi hats
Ludwig Speed King pedal
Mix of Yamaha, Pearl, and Gibraltar hardware
Last but not least is my Zil-Bel cowbell
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Old 05-21-2014, 10:20 AM
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My kit is a
Yamaha Birch Custom Absolute
Yamaha Hardware
Tama Speed Cobra Double Pedal
Aluminium 14x6.5 Yamaha Snare

Cymbals:
14" A Custom Hi Hats
16" A Custom Crash
18 A Custom Crash
20" A Custom Ride
8" A Custom Splash
10" A Custom Splash
6" Zil - Bel (New, not in photos)
18" Meinl Byzance China

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Old 05-26-2014, 01:56 AM
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Here's my kit.

Tama Rockstars
Tama Hardware
Evans Level 360 Onyx's Heads
Zildjian ZXT Cymbals
Sabian B8 Cymbals
MacBook Pro
Samson Drum Mics (not shown in pic)
PreSonus 1818VSL Audio Interface

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Old 05-26-2014, 02:10 PM
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C&C 3 ply (maple/poplar/maple) in burgundy sparkle with Craviotto snare
Istanbul Agop Cymbals
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Old 05-26-2014, 03:05 PM
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Ludwig Element Birch Sunburst with Atlas mounts
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Old 05-26-2014, 03:35 PM
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This is my Pearl MCX Chestnut-fade drum kit.

The snare is a Gretsch hammered brass 14 x 5.5, with Earthtone batter.
All other heads are Aquarian Modern Vintage batter and resonant heads, Except Front bass drum head being stock Pearl head. Bass drum Batter head Aquarian Modern Vintage with Evans E-mad felt taped to base drum.

10 x 7 tom, 12 x 10 tom, 13 x 11 tom, 16 x 16 floor tom, 22 x 18 bass drum.
Pedals are Pearl Direct Demon drive, Tama Iron cobra 2 legged lever drive, and also using an old Ghost bass drum pedal connected to an LP Fusheki Foot Shaker Bracket w/ Maraca.

All cymbals are Zildjian from different decades.

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Old 06-12-2014, 05:49 PM
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Updated shot of my Starclassic kit:

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Old 07-15-2014, 01:02 PM
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The Open Mic Night kit, because the snare got a nice new head:



CB MX drums - 10" rack, 14" floor, 20" bass. Left the 12" rack at home because I couldn't be arsed to lug it.

Cymbals - Crappy Zildjian hats (ZXT+? I dunno. They're gone as soon as I get something worth playing), 18" Sabian AA Medium Crash, 20" AA Medium-Heavy Ride. Other cymbals consist of 10" AAX Splash,15" AAX Studio Crash, and 16" Wuhan china, but couldn't be arsed to bring the extra stands.

I'm actually quite impressed with these drums. Good heads and good tuning mean they sound pretty fracking nice. I need to replace the smaller tom heads - they're ancient ebony Pinstripes. I had a NOS red Evans Hydraulic in my stash and put that on the 14" tom, and it sounds very nice. Waiting on a EMAD2 for the bass. The previous owner added the maple bass hoops. I'm going to pull the disgusting burgundy wrap and refinish the shells with tung oil or something, because the wood is too pretty.

The best part is this 5-piece kit, complete with cymbals and hardware, came to me for...

wait for it!

...$200.

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Old 07-15-2014, 05:45 PM
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Here's mine.
Thumper Custom Drums.
10x12, 12x14, 18x22, 6x14
Paiste 2002 14" SE hats, 17"sig power crash, 20" sig dry ride, 18" 2002 medium crash. Very rarely set up as a 4 piece, usual configuration is 3 up, 2 down.
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:55 PM
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Not a great image, and the layout has changed since. Will get an updated one asap :)

Stool recently broke though, so that's not fun -.-

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Old 08-08-2014, 06:10 AM
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I'm probably done moving things for a while now. Got my octobans in a more accessible location. Love these TAMA Starclassic B/B in Blue Nebula Blaze lacquer.

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Old 08-08-2014, 11:43 PM
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Slapped on some older G2's that have plenty of life left in them.

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Old 08-16-2014, 04:41 PM
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Sakae Almighty Birch in Amber Finish 8x6.5,8x7,10,12,14,16,18,22,22 with a 14x6.5 Bubinga snare. (waiting on a 14x8). Cymbals are Zildjian A's on the left and K's on the right, mostly. I change them out a lot.

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Old 08-16-2014, 04:50 PM
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Mapex M Birch in Black Forest Sapphire 12/16/22 with coated Emp/PS3
Pearl Chad Smith Sig snare
MPX 10X5 steel snare
14" Alpha Sound Edge HH, 16 Alpha Rock Crash, 20" Alpha Rock Ride, 16" Meinl Custom Classic trash Crash

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Old 08-28-2014, 11:09 PM
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Now THAT is a kit I could get into.

I've tried to get a symmetrical layout done on mine but without a rack and in a confined space it's nigh-on impossible (for me anywho).
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Old 08-30-2014, 02:38 PM
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today's gig rig: Ludwig Trans badge BDP12, 14, 20 w/ Slinglerland aluminun snare. Gonna have a funky good time!!!!!!
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Old 09-03-2014, 12:51 PM
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Now THAT is a kit I could get into.

I've tried to get a symmetrical layout done on mine but without a rack and in a confined space it's nigh-on impossible (for me anywho).
Thanks man, I appreciate it. It actually takes up less space than it seems. The carpet below it is 5' (152cm) Wide x 8' (244cm) Long. The kit hangs off sightly in both directions, but considering the number of drums and cymbals, it's quite compact. The rack really saves TONS of space compared to how many cymbal stands I was starting to acquire. Really it just comes down to investing in the rack which was expensive.
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Old 09-03-2014, 01:24 PM
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Thanks man, I appreciate it. It actually takes up less space than it seems. The carpet below it is 5' (152cm) Wide x 8' (244cm) Long. The kit hangs off sightly in both directions, but considering the number of drums and cymbals, it's quite compact. The rack really saves TONS of space compared to how many cymbal stands I was starting to acquire. Really it just comes down to investing in the rack which was expensive.
Yeah, I'm currently saving for one, but it isn't easy on a low income. Ah well, once done...
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Old 09-07-2014, 04:17 PM
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Updated pic of mine!

Slightly more symmetrical but still missing one or two of my toms. That's partially because of lack of space and lack of rack.

My drum room is about 2.5mx2.5m so yeah.

In playable order L>R:

14" Stagg DH crash
13" black rack tom
8" Stagg SH splash
LP jam block
13" white rack tom
10" Stagg SH splash with a 8.5" Stagg DH bell on top
Mapex Falcon slave pedal
14" Stagg SH hats
14" black snare
12" black rack tom
Generic cowbell
16" Stagg DH crash
8" white rack tom
Mapex Falcon master pedal on a 22" black bass
21" Pearl Wild500 ride
18" Stagg SH crash
14" black floor tom
16" Stagg SH china
16" white floor tom

Kit is Mapex Horizon, stands are a mix of Mapex Tornado and 900S, with a Gibraltar cymbal arm holding my china. Other hardware is all Mapex 900S. Heads are Evans Onyx, and Remo Tattoo.

Future changes: rack first, then heads. In the far flung future possibly a kit change, but that comes after I've moved and got more room.
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Old 09-16-2014, 09:47 PM
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On the request of 'Opentune'...
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Old 09-17-2014, 03:00 AM
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Duncan, our setups look a lot alike, tho I don't have any pads!
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:32 AM
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The Sonor kit in the practice room.
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Old 10-15-2014, 04:49 AM
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2004 Ludwig Classic Maples In Natural
9x12 Tom
13x15 Tom
16x22 Bass Drum
5x14 Black Beauty Snare

Cymbals (Zildjian and Sabian)
14" A New Beats
14" A Fast Crash
16" A Custom Crash
18" A Custom Crash
18" AAX X-Plosion Crash
14" HHX Evolution Mini China
22" A Ping Ride

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DW and Yamaha
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Sonor Delites: 14x6" snare; 8/10/12/14/16" toms, 22 x 18" bass; LP 6" & 8" mini-timbales.

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