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Old 03-07-2009, 06:40 AM
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Here's mine...picture are a bit dark and too big, sorry 'bout that



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Old 03-07-2009, 07:42 AM
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I have two monster.
Each is a very special kit in its own right.
First up is the one of 25, Five Star Kits.
Mine was played by Thomas Lang and Steve Smith!
I put my Zebrawood stave on the Sonor Five Star...nice matching grain and gold hardware.
I call the whole thing Tribal Weapon, and it has 10 pieces.





















I have the Sonor Signatures that was the personal kit of the road drummer for the Monkees!
Its now with the Dunnett Titanium and the Spirit of 2002 and call the whole thing Heavy Metal
It has a red wrap Phonic Plus floor tom I will put Bubinga Veneer inside and out and that will make it look better. The rest are all Signature Heavy shells...which just got larger as you will see below. Its my birthday and I got a present. A 18" floor tom. The two year wait is over!











It is now a 11 piece Signature kit, with a 18x18 ft riding on a gong drum position....LOVE IT.


I gave the 3003 SE 12 piece to my son. I kept the Starman Reso from this kit for my Signature kit.




Zebrawood Stave by SMD drums




Spirit of 2002 6.5X14


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Old 03-07-2009, 07:45 AM
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Here's my Monster. Enjoy and happy drumming.
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Old 03-07-2009, 08:05 AM
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I have two monster.
Each is a very special kit in its own right.
First up is the one of 25, Five Star Kits.
Mine was played by Thomas Lang and Steve Smith!
I put my Zebrawood stave on the Sonor Five Star...nice matching grain and gold hardware.
A man has to set priorities.
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The only possible way I could choose between those two sonor kits (sig bubinga or ebony) would have to come down to which I liked the sound of better.

Both represent the best of drum making...and both have unique and amazing appearances.

The newer ebony is more vibrant, thanks to the gold and smaller lugs, but I grew up pining for those signatures back in the day and they are like a "heritage" high end kit.

Either that, or flip a coin.
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Nice place to practice and oh...sweet kit!
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Nice place to practice and oh...sweet kit!
I don't know -- i'm not sure I want Alex Van Halen staring at me while I'm practicing. Might be a little off-putting!
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Old 03-07-2009, 10:04 PM
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This is my monster kit.
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This was taken about five years ago. Just for fun I put together the monster jelly


Could use a little adjusting don't ya think :)
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Old 03-08-2009, 12:33 AM
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This was taken about five years ago. Just for fun I put together the monster jelly


Could use a little adjusting don't ya think :)
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This was taken about five years ago. Just for fun I put together the monster jelly


Could use a little adjusting don't ya think :)
That would make for a great prop in a Skittles commercial.
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This was taken about five years ago. Just for fun I put together the monster jelly


Could use a little adjusting don't ya think :)
Holy Shizzle!!! That's one big kit you have! and colorful too. couldn't decide on color, eh? lol
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Old 03-08-2009, 05:39 AM
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This was taken about five years ago. Just for fun I put together the monster jelly


Could use a little adjusting don't ya think :)
hahaha!!! You could get sponsorship from "jelly belly" with that kit!

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Old 03-08-2009, 05:47 AM
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hahaha!!! You could get sponsorship from "jelly belly" with that kit!

Cool!
Yo man, I already did the whole candy joke thing.
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Old 03-08-2009, 09:29 PM
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I still have to paint mine
Here is the thread

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Old 03-08-2009, 10:12 PM
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Mine was more appropriate, because jelly belly makes jelly beans, the name of the kit. Skittles just have a lot of colors, but they are candies, not jelly beans.
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Old 03-08-2009, 10:25 PM
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Mine was more appropriate, because jelly belly makes jelly beans, the name of the kit. Skittles just have a lot of colors, but they are candies, not jelly beans.
You got me there xD

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I would really love to see a dwarf monster kit. 18 and 16 bass, 6,8, 10,12, 13, 14 and 15 toms, 12 or 13 inch snare. 10 pieces, none bigger than 18 inches. The trend now is to huge drums, even in four-piecers, and it would be cool to see a monster kit with small drums.
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Old 03-09-2009, 04:39 PM
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My old kit that now belongs to a chuch.



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What are the sizes..... ??
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Ok, that six piece, where is the 7 piece and up?

...it's a great finish nonetheless...

I could add about 11 snares...does that qualify? : )
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Old 03-09-2009, 06:50 PM
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http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...n+kit+pork+pie
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Old 03-09-2009, 07:09 PM
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Old 03-09-2009, 08:53 PM
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This thread is a mess.

PEOPLE! As beautiful as Derek's kit is, I don't need to see the same 7 pictures of it posted 5 TIMES on the same page! When you quote picture posts, how about removing the pics from it? Or at least removing all but the first pic?

And it's 2009, and people STILL haven't figured out how to resize photos??? How about making them a reasonable size so they don't take so long to load, and so people don't have to scroll left and right, up and down to see the full pics? Yes, I am looking at the top of this page.

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This thread is a mess.

PEOPLE! As beautiful as Derek's kit is, I don't need to see the same 7 pictures of it posted 5 TIMES on the same page! When you quote picture posts, how about removing the pics from it? Or at least removing all but the first pic?

And it's 2009, and people STILL haven't figured out how to resize photos??? How about making them a reasonable size so they don't take so long to load, and so people don't have to scroll left and right, up and down to see the full pics? Yes, I am looking at the top of this page.

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I swear, I would laugh SO HARD if someone quoted every single post on this thread, and as a response said "sweet."
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My old kit that now belongs to a chuch.
A church??? I guess it's a very contemporary church then for a kit so big. Most church kits I've seen are 4-5 pieces with 3-5 cymbals.
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my mini-me monster that i can cram into my mazda miata:





I have to use the mini cooper to fit the BIG monster kit though











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...being the shameless drum porn contributer that I am,

Here once again is wankasaurus rex.





these are my two combined kits. Specs are 24x16, 18x16, 12x8, 13x9,14x14,15x13,16x16, 14x6 maple, and 14x6 edge snares.

Cymbals are 21"wil Calhoun, 14" Manhattan hats, 14" el sabor hats, 18" fast china, 18" el Sabor, 18" hhxtreme, 18" legacy, 18" hh medium, 18"aaxplosion crashes.

I set this up just after Christmas, and took it down shortly after. I am not a big kit kat. This was just an excercise in 80's wankery.

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This is the Kit I had 4 years ago. Though it was scaled down shortly after this was taken and onlky once played in it's entirety, lol. Basically I used the 3 bass drums, 5 toms and 2 snares.

Pictured here, we have. 2, 22X30 kick drums, a 22X14 kick and a 28X14 Kick. 8 toms, 2 snares, an array of percussion and maybe 14 cymbals?

The other pic is one of my current sets, the 7 piece Gretsch.
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Yamaha MCANs ( Embossed Silver lacquer ) with mostly Zild ACs & Ks...

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Well, I don't consider it a monster (yet), but the accent snare on the pedal makes it 7.
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I finally just pieced this kit together. I have had the snare for over 2 years, but finally saved enough money to buy the toms/kicks and have been slowly putting it all together....playing drums costs too much hehe

This custom kit is made by PRECISION DRUMS (out of new york)
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Toms: 8X12, 9X13, 10X14, 16X16
Kicks: 18X22



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Nice. What are the specs and what rack are you using?

Holy smokes! Are washing tow full loads of whites in your bass drums?
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Attachment 24961 I would never drag this kit on the road, but it's fun to put together.
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here's mine, but I don't consider it a monster ;)

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Here is mine. Old picture though. I have taken away the three roto toms on the right. moved the one black tom on the right to the left in between my first floor and second rack tom and cranked the tuning on it. Ive also added a bass drum and an additional snare on the right.
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Maybe it should be 8 pieces and up guys .....ya think?

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lol generic.well i would quote u generic but that would just take the...
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Haha genericdrummer that was actually hilarious I laughed for at least a min.
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HOLY MACKERAL!!!

Gotta have specs and details man.... what color are they going to be? I count 18 drums shells there, How many kicks? Thats sick man................ you're my hero!!!
im counting 2 kicks and a gong drum, if you count the hoops
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Old 03-16-2009, 07:56 PM
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i guess my DWs would qualitfy as monster.......





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Whoo hoo! Finally, I'm qualified to add to this thread.

Pearl Masters MCX in Black Sparkle Fade lacquer.

8", 10", 12", 14", 16", 22" kick and a 14" snare. I might add a Pearl Q-Popper soon.
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Wow,

Everyone's kits are amazing, especially the DWs and the Sonors. Love 'em.

Here's a couple versions of my monster. Sort of lame by comparison but it's mine so...





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Wow,

Everyone's kits are amazing, especially the DWs and the Sonors. Love 'em.

Here's a couple versions of my monster. Sort of lame by comparison but it's mine so...

not lame at all dude. really freakin sweet actually! is it a sonor? like your throne aswell. its a good idea. bet it helps you get around the kit easily too.
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I'm a little late but here;s a pic of mine.


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Gretsch 10,12,14,16,20 floor and 22 kick. The 8" is a taye and an Ayotte snare.
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not lame at all dude. really freakin sweet actually! is it a sonor? like your throne aswell. its a good idea. bet it helps you get around the kit easily too.
thanks. No it's a PDP.
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Derek, that's one hell of a nice kit man. German engineered for sonic destruction!!
Your videos on youtube are great too man.
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Might as well add the "desert storm" kit whilst i'm here...




Really this was just a bit of fun :) I've taken out the 13 and the left side 16" floor and i'll probably stick some smaller drums left side of the 12" rack tom (which will have our favourite fabric on them!) as these are easier to mount without being ridiculous. I also have to get a beater for the 22 on the left. That or make it into a gong drum.
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I wish I had a monster kit. Thats one dream of mine. They're just so expensive!!! But here is Carter Beauford's set.(and to you uneducated folks out there, he is the drummer for Dave Matthews Band)
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