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Old 10-05-2007, 08:52 PM
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Default Sonor Signature / TD 6V Hybrid

I have a 16X18 ft on the way so I moved everything one step to the left and made a hybrid with my new TD 6V Brain.
I also went back to traditional hihat placement to accomadate the new arrangement. Before I tried a forward position on the hats for a no crossed playing when playing right hand hats....it was a cool set up. I got the idea from watching phil rudd and his hands did not cross but he did not play open.

Anyway here is the new set up. My third attempt at a Hybrid.

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8X8 10X10 12X12 13X13 14X14 15X18FT
22X18.5 Bassdrum
HLD 580 8X14 Snare
Cymbals
Vault 17, 18
Paiste second hats 502 14"
Sabian primary hats XS 14"
Sabin 14
Zildjian 18 china and 10 splash
Paragon 18

six roland pads and two cymbals with a TD 6V Brain













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Old 10-05-2007, 08:53 PM
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Old 10-05-2007, 08:54 PM
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Right now I actually have a stick on either side of the hi hat rod when I nail the 10 inch....then I bring the left hand over the rod as I descend to the 12.

Its the only fly in the ointment.

Might need to see if I can put the two toms left of the hat or cut the rod.


Looking forward to the 16 inch floor tom coming in a week. I am getting another snare, either a second DW Neil Peart Edge



or a Spirit of 2002 6.5X14


I may sell my Dunnett Titanium but I am keeping my other snares. Its nice but maybe not what I need. I do use it for rudiment work with Stick Control.



I really like my Stave Snares...my purpleheart/paduk from Joshuatree is a killer with diecast top and triple flange bottom rims.





My Zebrawood Stave by SMD drums



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Old 10-05-2007, 10:17 PM
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WOW!

An eye-popping collection of very cool stuff. You have great taste in drums and a flair for the unusual and exotic (as do I). The Dunnett snare is outrageous. I'd love to have one of those. The hybrid set looks like fun to play and it must really sing with the square toms.
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Old 10-05-2007, 10:24 PM
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Default Re: Sonor Signature / TD 6V Hybrid

That looks like it would be so much fun to play on. As far as the hi-hat rod getting in your way, is there some reason you wouldn't want to put your toms all one space to the right and just have 3 drums underneath your digital pads?
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Old 10-05-2007, 10:46 PM
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rearranged the 14 fast crash to the middle



and moved the 8x8 and 10x10 more to the right so they are at least centered between the hi hat rod.



I will cut that sucker tommorrow when my dad brings in the hacksaw.

When I get the second floor tom I will actually rearrange the pads. Put three on each side and maybe the two cymbals up front. For now I had a good afternoon on the kit.
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Old 10-06-2007, 02:20 PM
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I have a line on a new Spirit of 2002 6.5X14 to finish my obsession.
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Old 10-06-2007, 02:35 PM
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Can you turn the legs on the hihat so that the hihat pedal and slave bass drum pedal are insie the right leg, withe Roland to the left of the other leg. It looks as if the slave bass drum pedal would be hard to get to with the leg in the way. But gorgeous set.
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Old 10-06-2007, 03:39 PM
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Can you turn the legs on the hihat so that the hihat pedal and slave bass drum pedal are insie the right leg, withe Roland to the left of the other leg. It looks as if the slave bass drum pedal would be hard to get to with the leg in the way. But gorgeous set.
I've set up my pedals the same as Jungle has done his. I don't have a double kick, but I put my Roland kick trigger where his kick slave is, and my Roland hat pedal where his is. I had the legs on the hat stand positioned in the same way. It can get in the way a little, but honestly, it's not that hard to get to the slave pedal (trigger on mine) especially if your foot is already on the hat pedal (you don't have to move your foot over that leg). I have 9.5 shoe size though and play barefoot, so it may be easier for me. What I would really like to do with mine is get another extension for my rack, hang my hat stand off of it so I can keep the legs folded up. Kind like how DMC modified his hat stand so that it doesn't have to use the legs.

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Jungle, I like the kit set up this way. Have you considered placing a pad between the hats and the snare, overlapping the snare a little? There can be an issue with false triggering, but that can mostly be taken care of by tweaking a few settings. That's a good spot for a second snare sound. I think hooked on to the hat stand (either left or right) is my favorite spot for a pad. The ones over your floor toms are great for melodic stuff (tympani maybe?).
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Old 10-06-2007, 05:03 PM
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Multiple Pedal Orchastrations was my original reason for this. I did that on the 3003 SE Kit I have. I of course got the pad idea between the hihat from Neil. I will go get another mount today and do just that. Thanks for the input.

MPO's are so cool and here is a cool set up for doing just that. I can play two pedals with one foot on the left and switch pedals on the right. I have a Pearl Eliminator double pedal with a Roland TD3 hooked up for my right electronic pedal and left. I use the left one for a clive sound or tamborine, I use a cowbell on the right as well as electonic bass triggers.







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Old 10-06-2007, 05:08 PM
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Here is that current setup with a nice S Class 20 Inch bass drum set up as a gong on a dejembe stand.







I have the DW Neil Peart Edge on this kit



And my Zebrawood Stave by SMD drums as a side snare on this kit.




I am going to sell my Ironman bike and my Dunnett and get another DW Neil Peart Edge and the Spirit of 2002 6.5X14


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Old 10-06-2007, 07:18 PM
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fixed it...now thats better
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Old 10-07-2007, 01:10 AM
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Wow! Jaw Dropping! I love everything you have and i envy you!!! Nice kits man, pretty awesome.

Oh, and how much did you 17'' Vault cymbal cost you(and if it was in american or canadian)
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Old 10-07-2007, 02:07 AM
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I forget the price but about $200 I think. I have a post concussion injury with short term memory loss. I love the Vaults the most by a wide margin. Paragons and my AA's next. I never spent big money on drums till after my accident in 2003. I am very lucky to be alive and all I can say is I died today and went to heaven as I got my Spirit of 2002 on ebay five minutes after it listed which was just 10 minutes after I finalized my deal for my second DW Neil Peart Edge.
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Old 10-07-2007, 02:16 AM
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nice! im probably gonna buy me some Vaults soon!
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Old 10-11-2007, 12:12 AM
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Changes and updates to the hybrid.
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I added a Zildjian 22 inch ping ride and a 10 inch splash on the right.






I took two pearl adaptors and put my two left pads off the hi hat and added my Stave Purpleheart/Paduk as a second snare.





and moved my 18" Vault Sabian to the left from the right.




The kit is a blast to play and its just beautiful









still waiting on my 16X18 Floor tom and to mount my second 14X14 on the left over the Stave snare


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Old 10-11-2007, 07:18 PM
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I forget the price but about $200 I think. I have a post concussion injury with short term memory loss. I love the Vaults the most by a wide margin. Paragons and my AA's next. I never spent big money on drums till after my accident in 2003. I am very lucky to be alive and all I can say is I died today and went to heaven as I got my Spirit of 2002 on ebay five minutes after it listed which was just 10 minutes after I finalized my deal for my second DW Neil Peart Edge.
Well, for someone who's had a head injury, you're pretty damn sharp when it comes to scoring good deals in minutes!

I recall you saying you had some injuries. I'm sorry to hear about that but it looks like drumming is a part of your recovery.
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Old 10-11-2007, 07:58 PM
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HOLY CRAP...

is that a 15" diameter.... 18" deep floor tom?!?!? I am in LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-11-2007, 10:36 PM
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Got the second 14X14 Skinned and FULLY SCREWED (thanks Kelly)...standing up on a snare stand and a new Pinstripe for the 8X8
Starting to look impressive even to me and I own it.
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16X18 Floor tom to come and my New Spirit 2002 snare.
I am so happy.
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Old 10-17-2007, 02:58 AM
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Moved the 22" Zildjian Ping Ride to the front and its better still and added an ice bell


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Old 10-23-2007, 07:28 PM
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I got my Phonic Plus Floor tom today. It sounds just like a Signature 12mm beech shell to my ears. I will rewrap it soon, but for now I took apart the Hybrid so I can play the TD-6V when the evenings come. Its nice to finally put a 16 inch floor tom on here. I like the 9MM beech shell. They sound awsome and really just like my Signatures.














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Old 10-23-2007, 10:43 PM
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Better with a China on the right then the percussion tree.
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Old 12-04-2007, 02:43 PM
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i love the clear drum head that you have ^-^. at first glance it looks authentic sonor head:P
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