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Old 04-24-2007, 04:03 PM
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This would be ideal for me if I was a millionaire.
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Old 05-05-2007, 01:08 AM
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Lol, I can't see how you can have access to the Hi-Hat... :P

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Old 05-05-2007, 02:47 AM
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heres minee...alot of inspiation from mike portnoy as you can see haha
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Here's mine, just a tiny bit Bonham influenced...
Except mine would be Ludwig, not DW
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Old 05-05-2007, 04:03 AM
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Here's mine, just a tiny bit Bonham influenced...
Except mine would be Ludwig, not DW
14x14 rack over a 26" bass? How tall are you? :)

I pretty much have my dream kit already except I'd like my toms to be alittle shallower and my 14" to have legs.
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Old 05-05-2007, 04:35 AM
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14x14 rack over a 26" bass? How tall are you? :)

I pretty much have my dream kit already except I'd like my toms to be alittle shallower and my 14" to have legs.
Hahaha they didn't have the 14X12 rack
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Old 05-05-2007, 04:49 AM
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i'd like to say i based this off another drummer's design, but i'm pretty sure i haven't seen this setup before. before i get glares: i'm a big fan of left-side toms. i feel like when i play open, i open myself up (no pun intended) to much more potential for creativity. and sometimes i find that there can be a big disadvantage if you are only playing out to your dominant hand.


fourstring: abandoning the garibaldi setup? i reaaaaally liked how you have it set up almost exactly like his kit (with better cymbals, though). his setup is perfect for funky playing..
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Old 05-05-2007, 04:55 AM
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Here it is:

Drums: Custom laquer design (Autism logo: puzzle pieces in blue with some missing pieces in black.)
Cymbals: 14in hats, 10in splash, 16in crash, 18in crash, 20in ride, 18in chinese all Sabian AAX
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Old 05-05-2007, 04:59 AM
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Hahaha they didn't have the 14X12 rack
Look again. They have 12x14 rack and floor options.

As for mine, something like Pat Keeler from the Raconteurs ludwig kit, or Gmrakich's Bradys.
I really like how Keeler runs a big ( 26" or 24") kick for the heavier stuff and a smaller (either 20" or 18") for softer stuff; he doesn't play 'double-bass' as such, just has two drums for different sound options. That's cool.
As for cymbals, I'd use my own plus a couple of extras. All Bosphorus Traditionals of course.
So left to right they'd be:
16" med crash
10" splash
17" med-thin crash
22" Med ride
18" med crash
20" heavy ride
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This would five a bit of oomph.
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Old 05-05-2007, 05:04 AM
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Bermuda Sparkle and Bosphoruses? Nice.

By the way, Stanton Moore does the same type of thing as the guy you're talking about, in terms of the secondary (different sized) bass drum. His setup might give you some other inspiration.
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Bermuda Sparkle and Bosphoruses? Nice.

By the way, Stanton Moore does the same type of thing as the guy you're talking about, in terms of the secondary (different sized) bass drum. His setup might give you some other inspiration.
Stanton giving me inspiration? Never!....
Do you have any idea how many times I've watched his modern approach dvd? He's responsible for me first checking out Bosphorus. Now they're all I have on my kit. He runs an 18"/20" as his main kick and a really old & beaten up 26" marching drum as a secondary kick, but out on the right, ala Dave Weckl.
I prefer the Pat Keeler/Stephen Perkins/Tim Alexander style with the extra kick in front of the left foot.
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Old 05-05-2007, 05:47 AM
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Stanton giving me inspiration? Never!....
Do you have any idea how many times I've watched his modern approach dvd? He's responsible for me first checking out Bosphorus. Now they're all I have on my kit. He runs an 18"/20" as his main kick and a really old & beaten up 26" marching drum as a secondary kick, but out on the right, ala Dave Weckl.
I prefer the Pat Keeler/Stephen Perkins/Tim Alexander style with the extra kick in front of the left foot.
My bad sir, didn't mean to offend. Yeah, Stanton was definitely my first reason for wanting to try out Bosphorus too. Nice to see we have some common taste. I've been meaning to check his dvd out, but right now I'm VERY intent on mastering Mike Clark's advanced funk book.
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My bad sir, didn't mean to offend. Yeah, Stanton was definitely my first reason for wanting to try out Bosphorus too. Nice to see we have some common taste. I've been meaning to check his dvd out, but right now I'm VERY intent on mastering Mike Clark's advanced funk book.
Hey, I'm not offended at all. The DVD is great. I haven't studied Stanton's stuff as per out ot the book, but rather I just keep going back and picking up new stuff that I can apply to my own playing. Actually, now I think about it there's one particular groove I want to learn, so I might go watch it now and see how I go.
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Old 05-05-2007, 07:27 AM
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In champagne sparkle baby! I'm not sure about the tom sizes and I have not clue what kind of hi-hat that is (just chose it because it was a 14). I would love a 26" bass drum but in my current living-space and transportation, i wouldn't be able to have one. But 22x14 are my next favorite next to a 26. I wish they were Ludwigs too haha.
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Old 05-05-2007, 01:15 PM
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fourstring: abandoning the garibaldi setup? i reaaaaally liked how you have it set up almost exactly like his kit (with better cymbals, though). his setup is perfect for funky playing..
Yeah I went back to just a basic 4 piece. That setup is more comfortable for me.
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Old 05-05-2007, 01:44 PM
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This would be ideal for me. I'm pretty close, only thing missing is the 12" china and 14" crash, and I'd have to replace my ride for a 22". I like having lots of cymbals (I consider my ideal kit to have "lots of cymbals", though I know that it's quite modest compared to what some drummers have :) )
Also, I would want to upgrade my hi-hat and splashes to Paiste Signatures.

Edit: that 12" upper left splash is supposed to be a 12" china.
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Old 05-05-2007, 01:51 PM
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...mine would look something like this.



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Old 05-05-2007, 08:32 PM
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Does anyone know how to take a screen shot on a Mac? I have absolutely no clue how.
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Old 05-05-2007, 09:22 PM
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My kit but In a different wood, and with a 20in bass drum.
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Old 05-05-2007, 09:58 PM
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I always wanted a snare smaller than my smallest tom, but I don't know how that 15 would work and that'd be alot of boom. I'd have to deaden the sound alot.
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Haha huge huge bass!
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Old 05-05-2007, 10:31 PM
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Thanks Tuxido, It's my first mac so I'm a noob.

Drums: 1960's Ludwigs, 1975 Slingerland Snare (have it), Zebra wood stave (side snare) or 5x14 60's Supra.
Cymbals: Bosphorous: 15" New orleans hats, 24" new orleans ride, 18" Traditional Thin Crash, 20" Wide Ride, 20" Pang Thang, 12" Traditional Splash, and Finally 22 Antique flat ride.
Pretty close to getting the kit except cymbals. just have to get the 20" bass and the 16" floor and second snare. I will most likely keep it as the smaller set though.

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Old 05-05-2007, 10:35 PM
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cause im crazzy like that....and yes...i do have a jet pack to get in
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Old 05-05-2007, 10:50 PM
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annnndd heres what i acually play:

Drums:
- Mapex Pro M (Liquid Blue Pearl)

Cymbals:
- AAX 14'' Stage Hats
- B8 16'' Thin Crash
- AA 10" Splash
- AAXplosion 18" Crash
- AA 20" Medium-Heavy Ride
- HHXplosion 19" Crash
- AAX 18" Chinese

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Clear Emporers on top
Clear Ambs on bottom

Pedals:
Tama Power glide double pedal

Hardware:
Mapex 750 and 550 series
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Old 05-05-2007, 10:59 PM
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20x18
12x8
14x10
16x14 floor
18x16 floor
6x6 (shown as 8x8) one-headed

cymbals left to right:
14" or 15" crash
13" hi hats (possibly remote, depends on how well positioning went)
14" hi hats
16" crash
2 splashes, not certain on size
18" crash
14" china
20" ride
20" china

oh, the fun I'd have
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Something like this.. the DW Classic series would be the real thing.
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This is me when I win the lottery. Birch, in Ringo's finish. I'm thinking Sabians for the bronze.

By the way, the hi-hat on the right seems weird, but it's supposed to be a remote hat with a cable to a pedal over next to my main hi-hat, plus those auxiliary hats are supposed to be lower than the 3 cymbals it's overlapping. But I'm probably not gonna have a kit like this in forever anyways or atleast a long time.

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Old 06-25-2007, 12:52 AM
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More complete version, a la Nutha's designer:

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Old 07-05-2007, 03:41 PM
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does anybody know if Premier have a kitbuilder?
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Oh, to join the fray!

Here's what I am currently playing...

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Here they are:

Yamaha Recording Custom, Cherry finish

Toms:
9x10
10x12
11x13
14x14
16x16

Kick:
16x24

Snares:
5x12 DW Maple Collectors
6x13 DW Edge (curly maple satin/chrome finish) (ordered, not yet arrived)
5 1/4x14 Dave Weckl signature (Stainless shell that I had heavy copper plating applied to it)

Hardware:
DW 9002 double pedals
DW 9005 HH stand
Yamaha 4-arm snare stand (main snare)
Yamaha 900 and 800 series stands for cymbals and toms
generic snare stand for side snare
generic clamp/boom arms for effects cymbals
misc. bit and pieces

Cymbals:

Zildjian A's
13" Mastersound HH
8" splash
16" Med thin crash
17" Med thin crash
18" Med crash
18" China high

Zildjian A Customs:
10" Splash
16" Med thin crash

Sabian:
22" Paragon ride

Vic Firth:
7A American Classic wood tip
505 Rutes
Steve Smith birch Tala Wands
yarn mallets

Tama RhythmWatch metronome (105????)

other bits and baubles...

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Recording Custom:
7x8 tom
18x22 kick
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Old 12-16-2007, 08:07 AM
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My dream layout, which is only 2 pieces from being completed.

1. 8"
2. 10"
3. 12"
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Mine currently looks something like this:


With the new add-ons it would look like this and i also intend to use a variety of electronic drum trigger pads: a YAMAHA though not a DW. :)


note: sorry about mixing up the depthXdiameter in the toms.

i recently use (by order mid-tom(12"), hi-tom(10") and floor-tom(14")) i am going to add a 8" tom in between high and floor toms and a 16" floor tom after my actual 14" when upgrading this recent one with my dream kit.
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