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Old 10-20-2007, 03:14 AM
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Hi, i`m new here and i though i might share some pictures of my Pearl Masters Studio kit..
Sorry for the crappy pictures.

It´s a few different configurations on the setup in these pics, depending on what i record/play.













Specs on request!
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:33 AM
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specs? ah ha ha. Very Nice kit bro. Love the set-up :D Again.... specs?

Wait for it, let me geuss the specs.... 10x8, 12x9, 16x16, 22x18? Cymbals? 13x3 piccolo snare, looks like a pearl, could be wrong.

I also love them axis:D Great looking kit....
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:41 AM
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Thanks! That`s the correct specs (except the snare ;) ) :) I´ve got a 14x12" tom on it`s way too, going to use it as a rack tom.

Specs:
Pearl Masters BRX #100 Wine Red
22x18, 22x18, 10x8,12x9,16x16
Remo Acuousticon Piccolo, 14x3.5
Remo Emperor Clear/Evans G1 Coated on toms

Axis A Longboards (Black), Ekit-triggers
Alesis Midiverb 4
Alesis D4 Module
JJlabs drum mics

East Crossfire, Yamaha and Tama roadpro hardware

Zildjian A Earth Ride 20"
Zildjian K 13" hihat
Zildjian Oriental 16" China thrash
Turkish moderate 16" Crash
Turkish rockbeat 20" ride
Zultan Rockbeat 17" Crash
Turkish Classics Medium 14" Hihat
Stagg 10/10 stax
Paiste 2002 18" novo china
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Old 10-20-2007, 05:31 AM
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Default Re: My Pearl kit

very nice, the classic double bass rock kit set-up.

How do you like the Acusticon snare?
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Old 10-20-2007, 06:28 AM
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Thank you!

The acousticon is a great snare, it`s pretty hard to tune though, I´ve been through ALOT of heads, but i finally stayed with Remo powerstroke 3 for this one. The composite material that the shell is made of makes the snare quite "dead" (even with ambassadors), but not not in a bad way.

I`ve seeen them go very cheap on ebay, i got mine for 120$ in Sweden (used, from a music-store) and i`m very happy with it, just going to throw on some die-cast hoops and ew tensionrods.
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Old 10-21-2007, 05:39 AM
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Wow, love those Axis pedals!! Great looking kit!

What type of mics are you using?
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:24 AM
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Fantastic set. Awesome cymbal choice and great pedals too.
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Old 10-22-2007, 03:03 AM
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Looks like a blast to play on, I like the cymbal selections. Plan to post any recordings?
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Old 10-23-2007, 03:13 AM
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Thanks!

Those mics are swedish JJlab mics (3x tom, 1x snare, 1x bass,2x overhead), really good at a very good price. For the bassdrums i use Axis e-kit triggers for metal-stuff.

I`ll post some better pics during this week when i move this kit home to my studio.
I´ll try to find some recordings too!
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:49 PM
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Originally Posted by HannesNysten View Post
Thank you!

The acousticon is a great snare, it`s pretty hard to tune though, I´ve been through ALOT of heads, but i finally stayed with Remo powerstroke 3 for this one. The composite material that the shell is made of makes the snare quite "dead" (even with ambassadors), but not not in a bad way.

I`ve seeen them go very cheap on ebay, i got mine for 120$ in Sweden (used, from a music-store) and i`m very happy with it, just going to throw on some die-cast hoops and ew tensionrods.
I had a REMO acousticon shell 5.5x14 snare that absolutely ripped! You may want to check your drum's bearing edges! Acousticon material is nothing more than heat formed,
compressed wood dust and shredded paper mixed with a resinous binding material and unfortunately can decompose over time...leaving you with flat or round bearing edges!
Love the BRX's btw!!
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Old 10-24-2007, 09:47 PM
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Thanks!

Yeah, the bearing edges are a bit poopy, i`m going to have them re-done when i can afford it. Does`nt sound too bad right now though.

From PDF:

Yes! I finally decided to move my drums home since i`m getting bored of having my kit in a filthy rehersal room, so now i have it in my "hobby-studio" at home. Not completely done, need got build some bass-traps and panels.

Here`s some pics from when i set it up (it was a pain in the *** to carry all this stuff 4 floors lol).

All of my stuff finally in my room!



Hardware...

Pedals and snare..

Some cymbals..

All cymbals

Triggers, mics and stuff..

And here`s a pic of the other side of the room when all the stuff is recorded.
I`m waiting to pick up the rest of my stuff from the rehersal room, like a mixer and stuff.


Enjoy
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