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Old 02-07-2007, 02:59 AM
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Default Symmetrical setup <3

Yeah its me again, i was bored with my previous setup, i still love that setup, but im gonna fiddle with this one for a while

right now im really digging this setup, still a lot of tweaking to do, but i only have a limited time to play (townhouse ) and it took me nearly an hour to fiddle with my splash placement alone .


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My Percussion rig

My feeble hand percussion collection


One of my prized possessions resting on my snare :)
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Old 02-07-2007, 03:03 PM
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Is that a HH raw bell dry ride I see?

Interesting concept with your setup, you just need a 2nd ride to make it complete!

How do the roto's go as your main rack toms?
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Old 02-07-2007, 03:13 PM
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How has it affected your playing? It's an interesting set up. I like it.
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Old 02-07-2007, 04:00 PM
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Interesting setup. The only question I have is about the ride cymbal positioning. Is it facing left as much as it looks in the picture?
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Old 02-07-2007, 04:03 PM
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Looks cool man. Now you just gotta either get a second ride, or move it in the middle ... and dust your cymbals!
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Old 02-07-2007, 06:00 PM
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First AAX ozone i've seen outside of Namm. Bitchin'.
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Really original and a new approach - not often seen here.

But you do need to tidy up a bit on and around your set!

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Old 02-07-2007, 06:35 PM
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Default Re: Symmetrical setup <3

it's not really symmetrical, but it looks like it's tons of fun to play
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Old 02-07-2007, 11:28 PM
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nice how are those roto toms with the drumset as your hi-toms
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Old 02-07-2007, 11:40 PM
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looks nice...i like it...hows having 2 hats either side? i was thinking of doing this once i get some new hats and putting th old ones on my right
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Old 02-11-2007, 04:56 AM
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Is that a HH raw bell dry ride I see?

Interesting concept with your setup, you just need a 2nd ride to make it complete!

How do the roto's go as your main rack toms?
yeah its a HHRBDR i love it, best ride ever made IMO, im looking for another ride too, i may rivet the clap out of it to make it a snazzy effects ride :)

the rotos are pretty good as main toms, i have Evans Hydraulics on the 8" and 10" so they sound more punchy and focused, they have the attack i like out of my toms, but unfortunately not the...body i could get from shelled toms... the 6" roto has a single ply g1 on it, and it sounds like boobs and diamonds! its so high, and its awesome for accents
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How has it affected your playing? It's an interesting set up. I like it.
well its made me try to get out of the 'run down all the toms' fill, but it doesn't make ii impossible, the main thing i like is having all the splashes and effects right in front of me, it opens up new possiblities, i sometimes do things that are melodic almost. i also like doing sixteenth note single fills, starting on the 6" but then separating the singles between the drums that are opposite each other, its kind of cool...

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Interesting setup. The only question I have is about the ride cymbal positioning. Is it facing left as much as it looks in the picture?
its not that far left, its basically right beside me where i sit, so its a pretty good feel, i like having it there.

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First AAX ozone i've seen outside of Namm. Bitchin'.
its odd, i actually got it at an ordinary L&M 3 months ago... must have been a pre-release? i knew it wasn't out yet, and id only ever seen prototypes, so i picked it right up...

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But you do need to tidy up a bit on and around your set!
hahah yeah im a messy guy, but all brilliant men are....i guess?

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looks nice...i like it...hows having 2 hats either side? i was thinking of doing this once i get some new hats and putting th old ones on my right
its really comfortable there, i want to put it a bit higher though, im not getting a whole lot of power out of it in the position its in now.




thanks for all the comments guys! keep em coming, and i guess ill post some specks now

Drums: CB
6" 8" 10" roto toms
13" tom,
16" floor tom
22" Bass drum

Cymbals:
Sabian:
6" AA splash
6" AAX splash
8" B8pro splash
10" B8splash
10" AAX O-zone splash (got this before it premiered at NAMM)
10" HH China Kang
14" AA Thin Crash
14" Xs20 Hats
14" Solar hats
16" Xs20 Medium Crash
21" Hand Hammered Raw Bell Dry Ride

Wuhan:
16" Lion China


Percussion:
CB Cowbell
Dixon ago go Bells (not mounted yet)
LP Mounted Tambourine
LP skull Shaker
MP Triangle
Jaw Harp
"Heat Sink" from a busted stereo
Frog from Vietnam
Mountain Rythmn Bongos (not shown)
No Name Djembes( also not shown)

Hardware:
Cb Boom and straight Stands
Pearl Boom Stand(holding ride)
Pearl Hi Hat stands
Gibraltar X-hat Clamp
Various Gibraltar Arms
Dw5000 Double Pedal
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Old 02-11-2007, 05:11 AM
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Here's another wacky kit...
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