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Old 12-19-2008, 01:41 PM
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...There is something about a nice clean four piece kit that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

There are so many beautifull kits posted on this site that I go into brain lock trying to come up with appropriate comments when I see them posted.

I will go first.



Most of you have seen these before, but for those of you who have not, specs are 24x16, 16x16, 13x9, 14x6 edge snare. 20" Manhattan ride, 14" dark hats, 17" xtreme, and 16" thin crash.

Now let's see yours.

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Old 12-19-2008, 03:18 PM
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Cool ! I love 4 pieces kits...

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Old 12-19-2008, 03:50 PM
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...There is something about a nice clean four piece kit that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

There are so many beautifull kits posted on this site that I go into brain lock trying to come up with appropriate comments when I see them posted.

I will go first.



Most of you have seen these before, but for those of you who have not, specs are 24x16, 16x16, 13x9, 14x6 edge snare. 20" Manhattan ride, 14" dark hats, 17" xtreme, and 16" thin crash.



Now let's see yours.

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Old 12-19-2008, 04:25 PM
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Since I have split my setup in two for making my Bop setup, both my kits are now four pieces.

I haven't took pics of my main kit as four pieces but here two samples pics of my preliminary bop setup.




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Not as good as good as the ones posted above, but I still lov it.

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Old 12-19-2008, 04:49 PM
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...niiiiiice. very niiiiice.

Keep them coming.

These are my black oyster dubs. 22x16, 16x14, 13x9, 14x6. 20, 18, 14" el Sabor ride, crash and hats plus an 18" hhxtreme crash.



Keep them coming. I know there are some Ludwigs, Pearls and Unix out there.
Let's see some Tama, Yamaha, and anything else you have as well. We don't discriminate against franken kits either.

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Mine is a 22x16 Keller, 9X13 Slingerland and 14X14 Keller and in the pic is a 6.5X13 Yamaha Musashi oak, But is often interchanged with various other snares.

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Not as good as good as the ones posted above, but I still lov it.

Pearl Export EX



...what do you mean ?

These are every bit as nice as anything else on this thread.

Clean, Classy, and very comfortable looking.

Nice pile of brass you have there too. Specs please.

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I love them all, but I think yours is my fav........
...thanks Slingy.

Mine are my faves too.

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heres mine. the first two dont have my gretsch in em. ill get new ones soon...





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Like a grainy image of the Loch Ness Monster, these photos captured the rare instance that my stuff was setup as a four-piece.

Drum specs: Mapex M Birch 22 x 18, 12 x 9, 14 x 11; Black Panther Thick Flame Maple snare 14 x 6.

Cymbal specs: Masterwork Jazz Master series: 14 Hats, 16 Crash, 17 Crash, 22 Ride
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Peace Kahuna 9 ply AA flame bubinga wood 4 piece jazz kit:
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This is a cheap maple Groove Percussion kit that i covered in wraps from Precision Drum Co. and added Pearl optimount hardware. The upgrades cost more than the kit.
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Once more, my Kumus:



More pics and sound clips here...
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There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
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Like a grainy image of the Loch Ness Monster, these photos captured the rare instance that my stuff was setup as a four-piece.

Drum specs: Mapex M Birch 22 x 18, 12 x 9, 14 x 11; Black Panther Thick Flame Maple snare 14 x 6.

Cymbal specs: Masterwork Jazz Master series: 14 Hats, 16 Crash, 17 Crash, 22 Ride

That looks great. And what an odd but Great choice in cymbals. Very nice.
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There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
I think this thread was for showing the drums and not how unique you can be setting up a four piece.
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Old 12-19-2008, 09:27 PM
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There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
...that is what I like about them.

With the exception of the lefty, any one of us could hop on any kit here and be comfortable on it. I have seen some incredible innovative set ups on this site five piece and larger. Most of them being a reflection of the drummers individual taste and style, a signiture if you will.

The four piece has always had that generic look to me, with the drummers playing being the signiture. Besides, I never tire of looking at photos of Wavelength's Khumus or Zambizi's Unix. I just wanted a handy album to keep them in one spot as I am tooo lazy to go and hunt for them.

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My gig setup: pdp FS red satin,-10x7
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There are all nice kits but four-piece kits seem to have the least variation in setup. With a few exceptions, every one I've seen has one-up, one-down, the rack tom to the left of the bass drum, ride cymbal in the large gap between floor and rack. About the only variation I've seen is people moving the rack tom to the right, so it's close to the floor tom.

I would like to see a double-bass four-piece (one tom), none-up two-down, two-up none-down, and other variations. I've seen a few double-bass five-piece kits and they have a badass look to them.
Maybe it's just because it's the most well-known and familiar setups when it comes to a drum kit...from a historical aspect. No matter what I do I can't seem to be comfortable unless I'm running a 4pc...there's just something magical about it.

2 kicks, 1 tom up, 1 down...sounds like Louis Bellson.
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18 by 18 bass, 10 by 10 rack, 12 by 12 floor, 13 by 4 snare, A Custom 17 crash, 20 ping ride and 13 hats, DW hardware, Duallist pedal, shells made of solid ironwood.
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Maybe it's just because it's the most well-known and familiar setups when it comes to a drum kit...from a historical aspect. No matter what I do I can't seem to be comfortable unless I'm running a 4pc...there's just something magical about it.
I agree! 4-piece kits are magical.

I just can't go back to a three-tom, 5-piece kit anymore. whenever I try, I just can't shake the feeling that I have one tom too many, and end up only using the high rack tom and the floor tom.

I don't know... there's something about a 4-piece that just feels right to me. and for some reason, having more cymbals than drums also feels right to me... besides the standard hi-hats, crash, and ride, I also use a splash and a chinese. (my kit is like Tom Sawyer's kit, but with the splash on the hi-hat side instead of by the ride)

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Maybe it's just because it's the most well-known and familiar setups when it comes to a drum kit...from a historical aspect. No matter what I do I can't seem to be comfortable unless I'm running a 4pc...there's just something magical about it.

2 kicks, 1 tom up, 1 down...sounds like Louis Bellson.
as much as i hate fall out boy, their drummer has a double bass kit, with 1 up and 2 down...

which, what i dont get, why the heck does FOB's drummer need double bass..but, whatever..

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as much as i hate fall out boy, their drummer has a double bass kit, with 1 up and 2 down...

which, what i dont get, why the heck does FOB's drummer need double bass..but, whatever..

you can see it here:
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Oooooh yeah...after watching that I don't like that band either. Egads. I think I saw them on Leno or something a while ago...didn't know them by name until now.
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as much as i hate fall out boy, their drummer has a double bass kit, with 1 up and 2 down...

which, what i dont get, why the heck does FOB's drummer need double bass..but, whatever..

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Andy Hurley, drummer of FOB, plays double bass on the song "Thriller" (original. not that Michael Jackson song). Andy says he used to play metal so I guess he's used to having that second bass drum.
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(my kit is like Tom Sawyer's kit, but with the splash on the hi-hat side instead of by the ride)
It's a mini-hihat (two splashes). When I run a splash alone it's on the hihat side too.
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P.S. I'll post pics of my kit in this thread when I get my new cymbals after the holidays.
...what cymbals did you decide on ?

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...here is another shot of my jazz kit.

I don't know whay I call it a jazz kit. If you take what I know about jazz and put it in a bird, the bird would fly backwards.



18x16, 14x14, 12x8, 14x6" maple snare. Not sure of the cymbals but I think they are 20" manhattan, 16" aa thin, 14" Manhattan hats, and a 16" stagg china.

My franken kit.



In this picture it consists of a 20x16" DW bass drum, 14x14, and 10x8" Sonor toms, (force something or other), and a 13x5.5" Craviotto snare. Not sure what cymbals.

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Wow Barry, the Frankenkit looks very classy, I bet it sounds amazing. That DW bassdrum looks really nice with the fyberskin head. Very tasteful setup, with flatbase stands and all!
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Andy Hurley, drummer of FOB, plays double bass on the song "Thriller" (original. not that Michael Jackson song). Andy says he used to play metal so I guess he's used to having that second bass drum.
The bass player pete (who everyone seems to love even though he's completely useless on the actual bass) used to be the vocalist in a hardcore screamo band as well.
I can't help but get the feeling that they wouldn't be writing their current type of songs if it was just about what they wanted to play if you know what i mean.

My kit doesn't qualify for this thread. Sorry.
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Wow Barry, the Frankenkit looks very classy, I bet it sounds amazing. That DW bassdrum looks really nice with the fyberskin head. Very tasteful setup, with flatbase stands and all!
...I think I have lost my ear for smaller toms.

I like my toms to sound big, warm and boomy as a chili and beer fart. This 10" sounds to "poonk, poonk, poonk" for my liking. I don't know what I am going to do with this kit. I may substitute the hardware, snare and cymbals for some cheaper stuff and fire sale it. Either that or donate it to my sons junior high school.

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18 by 18 bass, 10 by 10 rack, 12 by 12 floor, 13 by 4 snare, A Custom 17 crash, 20 ping ride and 13 hats, DW hardware, Duallist pedal, shells made of solid ironwood.
...I love this kit.

My only question is, did you have to skin Elton John,or Cher to get the covering for your throne and stick bag ?

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