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Old 04-21-2007, 10:49 PM
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Default New Set Up for New Gear!

Hey guys, just got some new stuffs last week and have been playing it ever since. Also have an awsome new Larry Mullens like set up. Its so easy to play. Here's what i got for new and old gear:
Zildjian 22" Avedis Ping Ride-$180
Zildjian 20" Z Custom Medium Crash-$140
Zildjian 16" Z Custom Medium Crash-$76
Tama Swingstar Boom-Free
Remo Smooth White Emporers-Free
Throw Pillow-Stolen from my parents bed
LP Tambourine-had it
Gon Bops Mambo Cowbell-had it
LP Black Beauty Cowbell-had it



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Old 04-21-2007, 11:08 PM
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Default Re: New Set Up for New Gear!

Sweet kit. Congratulations on the new stuff. But hey, when you have nothing else to do, tighten that floor a bit and get the wrinkle out of the head, or does it sound better with it? Either way, I like the setup and it falls into the "I want a spin" category. Joey
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Old 04-21-2007, 11:11 PM
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Default Re: New Set Up for New Gear!

cool, whats on ur snare?

-Wes

PS list the specs for your kit, not just the new stuff. how are the new crashes? i never liked the sound of them...
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Old 04-21-2007, 11:13 PM
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Default Re: New Set Up for New Gear!

sweet...tune that tom man.

what does it say on your snare?
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Old 04-21-2007, 11:13 PM
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Default Re: New Set Up for New Gear!

Yeh, looks like a good looking, and practical setup, with shiny new cymbals too. And, about the bass head.... get s'more deoderant if you think it's that bad....
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Old 04-22-2007, 12:44 AM
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Default Re: New Set Up for New Gear!

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Sweet kit. Congratulations on the new stuff. But hey, when you have nothing else to do, tighten that floor a bit and get the wrinkle out of the head, or does it sound better with it? Either way, I like the setup and it falls into the "I want a spin" category. Joey
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cool, whats on ur snare?

-Wes

PS list the specs for your kit, not just the new stuff. how are the new crashes? i never liked the sound of them...
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Yeh, looks like a good looking, and practical setup, with shiny new cymbals too. And, about the bass head.... get s'more deoderant if you think it's that bad....
joey- ya i know there are wrinkles, its an new old head that i used a while ago. i like my toms tuned low, so the wrinkles just come naturly. but the sound isn't affected i put a piece of an EMAD ring on it.

wes- its the lyrics to sometimes you can't make it on your own. i forget them when singing at concerts. and the 20" crash is suprisingly musical. But the 16" is more raw and trashy. that will soon replaced along with the chad smith. i'm planning on a 20" avedis medium thin and a 21" sweet ride brilliant for a main crash. the specs are:
Tama Superstar:
14x5.5 snare
12x9 rack tom
16x16 floor tom
22x18 bass
Zildjian 14" Avedis Platinum(blue logo) Rock Hats
Sabian 20.5" Chad Smith Explosion Crash
Zildjian Z Custom 20" Medium Crash
Zildjian Z Custom 16" Medium Crash
Zildjian Avedis 22" Ping Ride(great crashability)
jumbled hardware
Vic Firth 5B Wood Tip
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Old 04-22-2007, 10:13 AM
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Cool kit man.

Im sure you dont smell that much.........


seriously though, nice gear, Im liking the cymbals!!!
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Old 04-22-2007, 05:18 PM
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Nice kit man, cool new stuff. How do you like the 22" ping ride? Im thinking of buying one and where did you get it for $180 :o?
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Old 04-22-2007, 06:31 PM
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Nice kit man, cool new stuff. How do you like the 22" ping ride? Im thinking of buying one and where did you get it for $180 :o?
it's wicked awsome. the 20" wasn't enough for me. go big or go home. but ya its wicked good. very versatile. great crashability, punchy bell, and a great overall deffinition. i'd go for it. and i got it for 180 off of ebay brand new!
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