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Old 06-02-2007, 12:16 AM
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Hi!

Just thought I would also share my latest line-up I´ve got. In the last time I´ve got some new stuff and pretty much changed if you look at my very first drum thread I`ve made one year ago.

So okay, here are the specs:

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Tama Superstar Custom in Mahagoni Fade

22x18" Bass drum
10x08", 12x09", 14x11" Toms
14x5.5" Snare drum

Cymbals left to right (my favourite section on the kit) =)

14" Istanbul Agop Turk hats
21" Istanbul Agop Mel Lewis Ride (w/ 2 rivets)
22" Zildjian K Custom Dry Light Ride
12" Sabian HHX Evolution splash (with sizzler)

Heads: Remo Coated Ambassador on toms and snare
Stock heads as reso and on bass drum...

So yeah, I still use a 5-piece...I feel good on it, although I don`t use the 12" tom that much.

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Old 06-02-2007, 12:35 AM
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I always wanted to say one thing to you, but i always forgott...how is it, that you play, almost jazz, but you set up, is not really jazz, I mean the biig big drum bass...and how about changing you snare allready for some reeal killer, some black panther, or some high pro , hm? when you allready have those brutal (that means perfect) cymbals, hm?
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Old 06-02-2007, 12:39 AM
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Sweet stuff, Karl. I like seeing the tight grouping of stick marks just off-center on the heads. Shows a consistant and precise playing style, instead of marks all over the heads... like mine. Either that or you just don't let other people play your set. I have three kids and my heads are a mess. Nice fade finish and I bet that bass sounds great! Gotta love Tama! And that brass - WOW. Tasty set.
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Nice kit, and I love the mixture of cymbals. This setup of cymbals shows a specific choice of whar YOU want to hear on your kit. I like the 5 piece kit, and a classy finish.

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Old 06-02-2007, 02:46 AM
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Your cymbals are absolutely wonderful, and really compliment the kit.
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Old 06-02-2007, 03:18 AM
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Nice art and cool cymbals. The dry ride looks really interesting.
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Really nice kit. Cymbals really are beautiful.
Though i would feel a little cramped with that ride over the hats. But i guess if your not playing heavy stuff it wouldnt get in the way.

Maybe I'm just a little picky
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Old 06-02-2007, 05:38 AM
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awesome set. just wondering what its like playing without crash cymbals, or do those ride function as crashes as well.
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Old 06-02-2007, 09:24 AM
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Great stuff Karl.

By the way, it was due to your touting the Mel Lewis that I ordered one. I was so used to the dry sound of my Zildjian Special Dry Ride, that I didn't think the Mel Lewis fit in properly. So Stan at Pro Drum Shop in LA sent me a Left Hand Ride to compare it with, side by side. He let me keep it a couple weeks and didn't even charge me for the shipping or the cymbal while I had both. Obviously, I am big fan of that shop and can't say enough about the service. Anyway, I returned the Z yesterday, though both sounded great. Basically, it came down to the Lewis sounding better with brushes. Thanks again. Joey
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Old 06-02-2007, 11:52 AM
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I always wanted to say one thing to you, but i always forgott...how is it, that you play, almost jazz, but you set up, is not really jazz, I mean the biig big drum bass...and how about changing you snare allready for some reeal killer, some black panther, or some high pro , hm? when you allready have those brutal (that means perfect) cymbals, hm?
haha...well, nice that you mention it but the size of the bass drum doesn`t matter TOO much for me. This Tama is actually a kit for at home and for recordings at home. For my Basix Short Stack (my gig kit) I`ve got a 20"x18" bass drum and I use for everything, also Rock and it works well. The same with my 22x18" Tama bass drum, it is very versatile. Tuned high and muffled it sounds very sweet.

and the Snare drum...yeees, I would buy one IF I had money left. You know, I would love a nice Black Panther or a Yamaha Elvin Jones sig. snare...but I`m on a tight budget and my parents wouldn`t buy one for me...also my father already bought the two Ride cymbals. So it is understandable I think.

thanks for asking ...!!

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Sweet stuff, Karl. I like seeing the tight grouping of stick marks just off-center on the heads. Shows a consistant and precise playing style, instead of marks all over the heads... like mine. Either that or you just don't let other people play your set. I have three kids and my heads are a mess. Nice fade finish and I bet that bass sounds great! Gotta love Tama! And that brass - WOW. Tasty set.
Yeah, you`re right with your thoughts. I try to get the sweet spot of a drum most of the time I hit it (if I don`t wanna have other sounds). It`s adjusted in a very exact way for me also because I am the only one who plays on it.
AND I have no children. Not yet. =)

thanks for your comment!

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Really nice kit. Cymbals really are beautiful.
Though i would feel a little cramped with that ride over the hats. But i guess if your not playing heavy stuff it wouldnt get in the way.

Maybe I'm just a little picky
...nice finish
No that isn`t picky...just your point of view. Thanks for pointing it out...seriously, cool to have other opinions, too!

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awesome set. just wondering what its like playing without crash cymbals, or do those ride function as crashes as well.
It`s great! You can nicely crash the Rides on...sounds very cool imho.

thanks for all the thoughts and questions!!! :-)

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Old 06-02-2007, 12:03 PM
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hey Karl, it's a really cool setup. i especially like the cymbal selection, because if it comes to drums i'm a conservatist, so i'm more into vintage stuff as you know ;). still it sounds perfect on the recordings. talking about vintage, and a new snare drum, didn't you consider buying yourself a snare from ebay? i mean, it definitely takes much less money to get yourself a classy drum. especially those vintage ones (though i realise that not everyone is so much into vintage as i am ;))... anyways, love your kit!
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Old 06-02-2007, 02:46 PM
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Karl, always glad to see your line up, and for you being a young drummer, trust me, it will change continuosly over the years as you grow and change as a drummer. I've been playin' 36 yrs and still tweaking my set up.
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Old 06-02-2007, 04:38 PM
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kacper: Yeah, I also like vintage stuff...but it is so seldom that you get such a nice offer on ebay or somewhere else.
Also my parents don`t allow me to buy new drum gear...at least at the moment.

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Old 06-02-2007, 06:40 PM
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I really like your cymbal set-up. I think this is the part of the set where you can be very creativ and express your own style.
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Old 06-02-2007, 11:35 PM
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Yes, the cymbals are sort of an highlight for me. I`m happy that I got this stuff through saving money for years and through support from parents.
Though I am creative with the whole set actually. The drums feel and sound great to me. Even the snare feels good...but okay, that one COULD be changed. It`s just a question of mooney...you know? ;-)

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I've always envied you and your kit, even though it looks humble at a first glance. Simple setup but amazing complimentary cymbals. I've seen your various posts about how you've built up your cymbal collection, but these look amazing when they're put together. They all look individual, possibly because of the different brands, but it's a great kit. Looks like you've built up your playing amazingly well too, with the stick marks well placed. Wish I was you!
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Old 06-03-2007, 02:14 AM
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Nice kit with a special touch with the cymbal choice and set-up. I love you picture of Neil Peart! Are you a fan as well?
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As everyone has already said, wicked cymbal selection.
Not a typical jazz kit, ever though about playing a 4-piece?
How do you like that HHX splash? I've been thinking about getting one myself.
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Old 06-03-2007, 02:05 PM
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I love you picture of Neil Peart! Are you a fan as well?
Yes, I really like his style of playing. He was a pretty early influence.
He is a legend...he looks like one and plays like one. :-) ha, also he seems to a very nice person, and funny.

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Not a typical jazz kit, ever though about playing a 4-piece?
How do you like that HHX splash? I've been thinking about getting one myself.
Yeah, as radeq also mentioned, the set-up isn`t what you probably would expect. I thought about playing a 4-piece...and love to do it with my Basix but for now the 5-piece Tama set-up I have is great. I feel very comfortable on it and even though I don`t use it as much as my 10" and my 14" toms I need the 12".

The HHX splash is something wonderful. It sounds bigger than it is. I use it as a crash...the sound is very thin, trashy and the HHX-darkness in it.
Though it gets too small for me...I would love a third ride there.

But okay, the splash is worth the money and worth checking it out...imho.

thanks so much again!

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Karl, I'm with you on a 5 piece. I try to play different styles, and nothing fits in the middle, and the budget, like a 5er. Jazz is alot of fun to play, but obviously, it isn't the only thing to play. If you're going for a career, I would recommend playing different styles.

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lol. i can tell you dont use the 12 inch tom that much. look at the diferance in ware between the 10 and the 12.
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Karl, I'm with you on a 5 piece. I try to play different styles, and nothing fits in the middle, and the budget, like a 5er. Jazz is alot of fun to play, but obviously, it isn't the only thing to play. If you're going for a career, I would recommend playing different styles.

Good setup, good playing, good luck.
Well, I think it is mostly a question of how you feel comfortable. I have to say that I love both set-ups, 5-piece and 4-piece. I play various stuff on the set-ups, Rock, Jazz, Funk...

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lol. i can tell you dont use the 12 inch tom that much. look at the diferance in ware between the 10 and the 12.
So, I already thought about selling my 12" tom and my 22" bass drum to get a 20"x18" Tama Superstar Custom Bass drum in that Mahagoni Fade.

What do you think about this? Switching to a 4-piece with a 20" Bass? I would actually really like it...what do you think?

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aah, always fun to see you kit evolving Karl.. Looking nice and controlled.. Have you tried clear heads? just wondering..
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So, I already thought about selling my 12" tom and my 22" bass drum to get a 20"x18" Tama Superstar Custom Bass drum in that Mahagoni Fade.

What do you think about this? Switching to a 4-piece with a 20" Bass? I would actually really like it...what do you think?

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No, leave that set as it is, save money and buy a nice jazz set later on. 18/12/14 or 20/12/14 combo. Just my .02 cents.
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aah, always fun to see you kit evolving Karl.. Looking nice and controlled.. Have you tried clear heads? just wondering..
Yep, I had clear heads and well...I like their sound if they are tuned not so high...but my favourite is the good ol coated head. Sounds much warmer...though I`ve never had some clear quality heads on my drums, just the stock heads.

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No, leave that set as it is, save money and buy a nice jazz set later on. 18/12/14 or 20/12/14 combo. Just my .02 cents.
Thanks for your 2000 cents! Yeah, I think that selling those two drums and buying one bass is just so much work...buaah! I think I`ll keep it, sounds nice...feels great, why change it? =) lol

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Three things:

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-Solid playing (esp at your age)

-Most of all, great attitude

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very nice drums !!! tama superstar customs are my first choice for new drums. i was thinking of smaller toms but then again i hate the floor tom on the cymbal stand . last week i saw some close up pictures of the 14 tom and i was thinking if you can put the tom's mounting bar in the main cymbal stand hole and have the cymbal bar in the toms place. could you check it please for me

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thanks guys!
CASP3R: I`m not sure if this works. I think the tom bar is too small in diameter...

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Kaaaaarrrllll!!!!!!


Im sorry to ask again, but you simply must put another drum tour on youtube!!!



Also, Im in love with your growing cymbal collection!!!
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Kaaaaarrrllll!!!!!!


Im sorry to ask again, but you simply must put another drum tour on youtube!!!



Also, Im in love with your growing cymbal collection!!!
Yeah, I`m very sorry that there is still no new tour on Youtube. I actually tried to make one, but had to edit it with Moviemaker...but Moviemaker always hung up. argh...will try it again, maybe today.

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Yeah, I`m very sorry that there is still no new tour on Youtube. I actually tried to make one, but had to edit it with Moviemaker...but Moviemaker always hung up. argh...will try it again, maybe today.

thanks mate...I`ll let you know!

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I really like it! What's the story on the sizzled splash?

That Mel Lewis ride is SWEET and I almost bought the K Custom Dry Ride but I couldn't afford it. That's when I decided on my one ride setup, I like my Paiste but I really want a dry ride.

I got rid of my 12" tom for the same reason you did, I just don't use it. I found that my ride position was so much nicer I had to keep it that way. I'm thinking about setting my 12" up on my old snare stand over to my left and try to incorporate it.
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Thanks. I tried it again yesterday and it hung up again and again...it gave me no chance!! Sometimes I tend to dislike it.

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I really like it! What's the story on the sizzled splash?

That Mel Lewis ride is SWEET and I almost bought the K Custom Dry Ride but I couldn't afford it. That's when I decided on my one ride setup, I like my Paiste but I really want a dry ride.

I got rid of my 12" tom for the same reason you did, I just don't use it. I found that my ride position was so much nicer I had to keep it that way. I'm thinking about setting my 12" up on my old snare stand over to my left and try to incorporate it.
The story on the splash? Well, I got it as an addition pretty long time ago. I still had my AAX Ride and AAX crash in my set-up at that time...and it complimented so well with the rest. Then I just got a sizzler chain and it sounds actually very nice on it! A sizzling trashy sounding splash. haha...

And yeah, although I have my 5-piece set-up I`m still thinking about changing all that. Till now kinda unrealistic that my parents allow that but well, a 20" bass would be better and I can`t get the right sound out of my 14" tom...so why no 10" rack tom and 12" hanging floor tom? Both sound sweet, clear, melodic, sort of timpani-like. Also the interval would sound good.

I`ll see...thanks!

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Your kit is evolving quite nicely, Karl.
I really like your cymbals!
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Thanks hateplow!
Oh, as I see your avatar...how do you like your Snare drum? Hows the sound?

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nice evolution there Karl...really nice cymbals...how are the hats? I just got a pair of 10 year old 13" K Customs, I was playing 14" A Customs. What a change.
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Thanks...the hats are amazing.
I had some 14" Evolution hats before and sold them...they were just too brilliant sounding, too heavy...in the end the chick sound was too fast.
The Turks are very light, raw and earthy sounding...just such a nice feeling when playing it.

Here is the thread for it (with some sound clips):

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PS: Congrats to the K Custom hats!

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