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Old 12-21-2006, 05:57 AM
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Heres my Yamaha Stage Custom in one of its many costumes. I had the urge to redesign my set to more of a larger set up and I also wanted it unique yet comfortable for me. I moved some drums around, repositioned some cymbals and what not and this is what I finally decided on.


Yamaha Stage Custom

Marina Green Finish

Drums
22" Kick
6.5"X14" Vintage Ludwig Supraphonic Snare
5"X14" Pearl Snare on side (extremley sensative)
12" tom
12" tom
14" tom
16" floor tom

Cymbals
14" Vintage Zildjian A New Beat Hi Hats
18" Paiste Thins Crash
10" Paiste 502 Splash
20" Zildjian A Medium Crash
20" Sabian B8 Ride =(

Hardware
(1)Pearl Snare Stand
(1)Yamaha Heavy Duty Hi Hat Stand
(3) Pacific Stands
(1)Gibralter Splash Arm
(1)Pacific Double Bass Pedal
(1)CB Throne

Heads
Remo Emperor Coated (REC)
Remo Powerstroke 3 (RP3)
Remo Ambassador Coated (RAC)
Evans Hydraulics (EH)

Main Snare- REC
Side Snare- RAC
12" Tom- EH
12" Tom- REC
14" Tom- REC
16" Floor Tom- REC
22" Kick (internal homemade muffling)- RP3

Sticks
Vatar Hickory Fusion
Zildjian Stick Bag

Other Hardware
Gibralter 42 Snare Wire System (on supra)
Yamaha Multi Clamp
Yamaha YESS Arms
Yamaha Tri-Mount
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Old 12-21-2006, 06:28 AM
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nice kit! i really like it, how do you like it
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Old 12-21-2006, 06:29 AM
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try the tommy aldridge setup .it very comfortable.
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Old 12-21-2006, 06:11 PM
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I like what you've done with the kit, but I think you should try getting those two 12" toms closer together. Perhaps instead of creating a space inbetween the two for the splash, mount it so it's comfortably above one of the mounted toms.
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Old 12-21-2006, 07:21 PM
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wow Vintage new beats... Those must sound amazing.
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Old 12-21-2006, 10:04 PM
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nice kit! i really like it, how do you like it
I like it alot. Been trying new set ups in the past year or too. I hope to soon uprgrade to a Ludwig maple classic maybe in a 4 piece bonham configuration

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I like what you've done with the kit, but I think you should try getting those two 12" toms closer together. Perhaps instead of creating a space inbetween the two for the splash, mount it so it's comfortably above one of the mounted toms.
I originally tried that and with the mounting equipment i have, its not possible right now. I tried all different combonations of clamps, stands, mounts...ect. and i couldnt get it right. Ill keep trying though.

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wow Vintage new beats... Those must sound amazing.

Yes they do sound amazing and for only 80 bucks of ebay, they sound even more amazing.
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Old 12-21-2006, 10:11 PM
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hey that is very similar to the way i set up my kit. Anyway, I like that green color. I dont know why, but those basic tones to me have a nice effect. nice kit :)
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Old 12-22-2006, 01:58 PM
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lol, i love how you wrote in the cymbal brands on the schematic...

nice kit. those vintage hats must be really nice.
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