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Old 11-23-2008, 01:28 AM
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i cut down an old 2002 hihat and crash to make the two bells on the left. And last week i decided to start using double bass at gigs. the dixon block is also new.

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Old 11-23-2008, 01:55 AM
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Nice set up Jason!! Is that your set list written on your snare? Got to love those Paiste cymbals!!
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Old 11-23-2008, 01:29 PM
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Jason, please post more and better pictures. I love the bells, obviously inspired by our own XopethX too I think...

Nice setup, what gigs do you have that you need double bass?
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Old 11-23-2008, 05:10 PM
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Sweet stuff! Those 2oo2s age beautifully. any chance we can see some more pictures? from out front? un-photoshopped driver's seat?
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Old 11-23-2008, 06:07 PM
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Is that your set list written on your snare?
it's the songs we play most often. i got tiredof our singer turning around and sking me what we should play next and me being stumped.

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Nice setup, what gigs do you have that you need double bass?
no grooves but i'm going to be using it in fills and solos.

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any chance we can see some more pictures? from out front? un-photoshopped driver's seat?
i had to photo shop the driver's seat pic as a collage because i couldn't take it from further off. i willtry again next weekend. the front side had all that railing in the way. here is one from afew weeks ago...
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Old 11-23-2008, 06:30 PM
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Jason man this is great stuff!

btw, that head is AWESOME! where did you get it?
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thanks

the bass head?

i painted it myself. its a remo fibre skin head

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as requested here is a driver seat shot from last night's gig:
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Sweet stuff jason. what ride cymbal is that?
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Just from this forum alone, I can see that Gavin is having a profound impact on drumming. Not just prog drumming, but other genres in general. He has a lot of creative ideas that filter across as a better way to play and set up. In the past, names like Peart, Copeland and Barker would be used as references. That's a sign that he's been working hard and making his mark.
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Just from this forum alone, I can see that Gavin is having a profound impact on drumming. Not just prog drumming, but other genres in general. He has a lot of creative ideas that filter across as a better way to play and set up. In the past, names like Peart, Copeland and Barker would be used as references. That's a sign that he's been working hard and making his mark.
Oh yeah. he has the cover story in the latest modern drummer (his first, and yet I would imagine that he had one already...) and he really seems to be a hard-working guy with great ideas. Of course, if you really want to know him, he's also a member of the forum here... so you can ask him a question on his personal thread.
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a 22'' 2002 heavy ride.

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absolutely. they guy is a genius. he has such good feeland control in his playing.

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Nice but I am surprised that nobody has ripped into you for having those rings on those pinstripe heads and the forbidden tape on the bass drum head. No need for explanation. I know why they are there. This is the set that you refinished yourself ???
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yep.

as far as the ringsd are concerned ... i'll do what it takes to make a kit sound good from the front and back.

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ps: the tape on the bass is holding a disc of old drum head plus a patch because i play it hard and with wooden or plastic beaters.
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yep.

as far as the ringsd are concerned ... i'll do what it takes to make a kit sound good from the front and back.

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This is what I say all of the time. Have you ever tried the Aquarian Performance 2's ? It looks like you like a quick sound.
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