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Old 03-08-2008, 04:03 PM
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Thank you for the complments. I went through each post too and saw cool new ways to set up my cymbals and drums! Thank YOU gang for posting your awesome kits.
I have many more pics of past kits I've been fortunate enough to own, but just not on this computer!
Some are actually on printed film remember that stuff??
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That snare looks so lonely. I'll be glad to keep it company.
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Old 03-08-2008, 07:47 PM
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my kit the catalina club jazz (looking to upgrade though)
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Great looking classic white. Huge ride also. Beautiful.
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Old 03-08-2008, 09:29 PM
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Thanks...I love it! I've had about 6 COB drums from RB ones to SS ones and now this one which I plan to use lots.

My COB is a Vineyard drum with a few slight modern hardware upgrades like the rubber gaskets and nylon washers, and it sounds GREAT!
I'd love a matching Millennium Maple snare (like the one on eBay now) for it..maybe in a few months when I can justify it!

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Hi guys,
some absolutely stunning kits here, I never get enough of looking at them, I've been following this post for a long time before I decided to post.

As for the roto as opposed to a tom it's about the sound, I tune my bass drum up really high (A la Tony Williams "Nefertitti" time) When I tuned the tom to pitch it just didn't have the open sound I was looking for and was kind of interfering with the bass drum sound, Secondly for positioning (but this is much less important than the sound) is that I can put closer to the bass drum without my leg hitting the edge of the tom. All drums are easy to reach with no extended movement from my arms (very important for endurance and prevents muscle strain).

Cymbals and cymbal stacks:

HiHat side:
14" Bosphorus Master series HiHats
8" stagg DH China on top of a 12" dream Bliss Splash.

Right Side:
20" Bosphorus Master Series ride/Crash with rivets 1576 grams
Stacks;
These change dependent on the gig/recording
8" stagg splash on top of a 10" stagg splash (always use this)
14" Stagg/wuhan/dream china "Lion" by itself or stacked on to a Bosphorus 20" Trash Crash.
If not stacked
3rd cymbal will either be a Masterworks 18" thin crash/Ride (very damaged but sounds great), a "Dream Bliss 20" crash ride, or the Bosphorus Trash crash (depends entirely on the mood).

Hope that helps :)

You can hear/see them here...
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Great sounds there and on MySpace. Good job Ric
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Ric,

that`s a very cool and "effectful" set-up! What kind of Gretsch is that? Looks really beautiful...oh, and your drumming is amazing. Very creative stuff!

By the way, great stuff with Gavin Harrison. Sounds awesome!

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Bump!

My drums assembled: http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...991#post419991
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...I recognize Ed Belfour, and Johnny Bauer. Is that other picture Frank Mahovolich ?

I was going to make a joke about having your drums so close to that much leaf-ro-bilia might cause them to choke, but I am an Oiler fan, and have no reason to gloat.

Nice drums by the way.

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hahaha! thats ana awesome joke man! i'll have to use that some time


its belfour, bauer, sittler, bobby baun, wendel clarke, and guy lafluer (sp?)
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Old 03-17-2008, 08:24 AM
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my kit the catalina club jazz (looking to upgrade though)
What are your thoughts on this kit?
I'm looking at one myself.
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Old 03-19-2008, 03:09 AM
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My Catalina Maple Fusion set. 10",12",14",16", 22x18
Zildjian Cymbals
20" ping ride
16" thin crash
16" med thin crash
18" med crash (not pictured)
18" oriental china trash (not pictured)
10" splash (not pictured)
8" K splash
14" new beat hats
Evans hydraulic heads
EMAD bass batter
Tama Iron Cobra pedal
I have a Gibraltar 3 sided rack coming soon, will set it up a bit different then.
Oh, those sound rings are gone now...hydraulics deaden sound more than enough!
That Zildjian sticker on Bass reso gone too!
Actually, I have it set up 1 up and 2 down right now...




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Old 03-20-2008, 01:16 AM
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Wow - there are some nice Gretsch kits on this thread - nice going!


My Gretsch kit and a close-up of the snare.
Renown Purewood African Mahogany
and they sound sweeeeet!


Shortly after out-of-the-boxes
A few months later I added the cymbals (Istanbul Agop and an Alchemy Bell).
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my kit:


22, 13, 16


22, 13, 16


22, 12, 16, (and 13 above the 16)

snare is 14x5 camphor,
am awaiting a 13 x 9 tom turned into a snare, with Yammaha vintage hoops, and gretsch lightning throw off and fin tail and lugs, (which by co-incidence is like the one 05ric has made.)
looky:


Cymbals:
18" HHX Evolution - with home made bells on top
19" AAX Sabian Explosion Crash
19" AAX Metal Crash (with plug hole chain drapes for sizzle)
14" HHX Hats,
20" Pro Sonix Ride (can't find anything else i like, so why change it?)
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All very nice fellas! Here's a couple of my newest Gretsch kit!!
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I am totally sold out for Gretsch!
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posted on another thread, but here's me Annie project (like O5ris'. Came up with the idea independently, tho, promise)

Thanks to Mr Noonan for the fitting of the snare parts:

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1963 13x9 Champagne sparkle Gretsch Tom
Key holder, badge, strainer and butt plate donated from a 70's COB
Key from a good good friend
12 lugs from ebay
2x Yamaha Wooden hoops
13" puresound snare

1 x happy camper (me)

sounds great when you really crank it up, very dry and crisp
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...is that a new wrap on the tom to snare conversion??
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Old 07-10-2008, 05:31 PM
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posted on another thread, but here's me Annie project (like O5ris'. Came up with the idea independently, tho, promise)

Thanks to Mr Noonan for the fitting of the snare parts:

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1963 6x9 Champagne sparkle Gretsch Tom
Key holder, badge, strainer and butt plate donated from a 70's COB
Key from a good good friend
12 lugs from ebay
2x Yamaha Wooden hoops
13" puresound snare

1 x happy camper (me)

sounds great when you really crank it up, very dry and crisp
That looks great, and the sound's really something else I bet. But I think there's something wrong with the specs. 6x9 tom? Not only is that a very small tom, it'd be hard to fit 13" snares on there.
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...is that a new wrap on the tom to snare conversion??

Nah, the original Wrap. It didn't clean up too well, you could see where the lugs and fittings had been, but i dont mind that so much, at least the original wrap made it through.

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That looks great, and the sound's really something else I bet. But I think there's something wrong with the specs. 6x9 tom? Not only is that a very small tom, it'd be hard to fit 13" snares on there.
yup, should defo be a 13x9, edited...

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Old 07-12-2008, 07:19 PM
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This is my Gretsch Catalina Maple with Paiste Alpha's.




10 x 8" and 12 x 9" toms
14 x 14" and 16 x 16" floortoms
14 x 6" snaredrum
22 x 18" bass

14" medium hihat
14" and 16" crash
20" ride
10" Sabian B8 splash (from my old set)
14" Magic Brass hihat (from my old set and I don't use it at the moment)
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Old 07-12-2008, 07:40 PM
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Just got 'em!!



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Yet another one of these kits!



Great kit, really, for the money. Sounds fantastic! I think it will age very nicely.

This was my rig for a show I did called Urinetowne... weird show, but the music is interesting. Very strange arrangement too: Piano, drums/percussion, one reed player, trombone/Euphonium , and bass.

Anyway, I'm sure you know the specs on the kit, but if you get curious about the rest, feel free to ask...
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Old 07-12-2008, 11:17 PM
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Is that a pork pie throne? Gee, I would have liked to be sitting on one of those for when I played Fiddler on the Roof. Anyway looks like a great musical setup and nice choices in cymbal.
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Sure is a pork-pie! It may not be the prettiest looking thing, but it certainly is comfortable for those 3 hour shows!

Thanks on the cymbals- I'm quite happy with my current collection. At first I was using a vintage 70's A Swish that was really green and dirty (really dark sounding), but I needed a little more attack so I went with the HHX instead. I was actually surprised that the book actually called for a 'china' sound.
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Sure is a pork-pie! It may not be the prettiest looking thing, but it certainly is comfortable for those 3 hour shows!

Thanks on the cymbals- I'm quite happy with my current collection. At first I was using a vintage 70's A Swish that was really green and dirty (really dark sounding), but I needed a little more attack so I went with the HHX instead. I was actually surprised that the book actually called for a 'china' sound.
Are you kidding? I'd love to see the look on the faces of the people in the seats where you could see the drummer. Gold with leopard print... I don't think it gets any better. I had to use a china sound for Kiss Me, Kate which was a little unexpected. Somehow it fit in with the Medieval "Taming of the Shrew" scenes.
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here's mine!....brand new gretsch renown maple.....ludwig acro, tama hardware, sabian crashes, zildjian ride and hats
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Figure02 you are one classy s.o.b! lol.
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my 80's stop sign badge kit!





12" 14" 16" 22"


evans g2 clear on top, remo ambassadors on bottom


god these drums feel so good to play!
Is that a Wuhan I see? They're great!! haha
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Cat maple in tobacco fade, 10,12,14,16,22,14
Cymbals: Paiste Alpha, 502 12" splash
I switched he heads to Remo smooth white emporers on toms and emad kick.
I know everyone and their cousin has a Cat maple, I just dont see a whole lot of kits in this finish..



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Cat maple in tobacco fade, 10,12,14,16,22,14
Cymbals: Paiste Alpha, 502 12" splash
I switched he heads to Remo smooth white emporers on toms and emad kick.
I know everyone and their cousin has a Cat maple, I just dont see a whole lot of kits in this finish..




That is freakin sweet.......I didn't know they had that finish when I bought mine..I have the red cherry, with a second bass drum.
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I don't have any photos on me right now but I have this video of my playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP8K3cAWuNE

I have the Jazz Catalina drum set and it sounds incredible!
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I don't have any photos on me right now but I have this video of my playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP8K3cAWuNE

I have the Jazz Catalina drum set and it sounds incredible!
Wich snare do you use?
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Please check out my Gretsch kit via my web site; www.jimimac.net

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I don't have any photos on me right now but I have this video of my playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP8K3cAWuNE

I have the Jazz Catalina drum set and it sounds incredible!
Nice drumming Tom!!!
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woohoow just got my gretsch last sunday !!

specs: gretsch renown maple in deep inca gold sparkle (DIGS)
20 x 22 bass
8,10,12 inch toms
14 and 16 inch floor toms
and a 14x 6 snare.
got em from NAMM wintershow and was the first ever in this color :d
price (with gibraltar hardware) : 2700

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Cat maple in tobacco fade, 10,12,14,16,22,14
Cymbals: Paiste Alpha, 502 12" splash
I switched he heads to Remo smooth white emporers on toms and emad kick.
I know everyone and their cousin has a Cat maple, I just dont see a whole lot of kits in this finish..
I like your drums and cymbals ;-)

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woohoow just got my gretsch last sunday !!

specs: gretsch renown maple in deep inca gold sparkle (DIGS)
20 x 22 bass
8,10,12 inch toms
14 and 16 inch floor toms
and a 14x 6 snare.
got em from NAMM wintershow and was the first ever in this color :d
price (with gibraltar hardware) : 2700

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Old 10-29-2008, 11:46 PM
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yep got a 22 inch dimensions deep full ride
16 inch dimensions thin crash and rock crash
looking at getting a dimensions china and splash

the shop I go to still sells them and has about 20 dimensions in stock :o
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an orgy of fine Gretsch porn - i love it!

here's mine - an early 70's vintage classic (22"x14", 13"x9", 16"x16") and a new Catalina Bop set (18", 12", 14") both in white marine pearl. I also have a New Classic snare in ivory pearl ...
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