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Old 06-30-2009, 09:36 PM
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I love all drum sets, whether they're used for rock, jazz, pop, funk, or anything in between, but I have a special appreciation for METAL KITS!!! I love the hardcore kits, they're the best, the bigger the better! I play metal, and I consider my kit to be pretty metal, but I wanna see some of your guys' kits! Here's a few pics of my kit, but lets see some of yours!

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10" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
12" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
16" Ludwig Floor Tom w/ Evans Head
22" X 18" Ludwig Bass Drum w/ Remo Head
12" Pearl Firecracker Snare w/ Pearl Head
10" Harpy Black Splash
14" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
15" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
13" Zildjian Pitch Black Splash
16" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black China
20" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash Ride
22" Zildjian Pitch Black Ride
Axis Longboard Double Bass Pedal
Pearl DR-80 Drum Rack

Also, my resonate head is clear because I have a triggered strobe light inside.
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Old 06-30-2009, 09:49 PM
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So. You are the one guy that bought the Zildjian Pitch Black cymbals?
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Old 06-30-2009, 09:55 PM
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:07 PM
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Guys come on, he asked for people to share pictures of their kits, not criticism about his choice of cymbals.
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:32 PM
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How on Earth are you able to reach your hats?
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:34 PM
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Oh, I forgot to mention that I'm 6ft 4in tall, and therefor have pretty long arms. Also, I don't use the hats on the left that much, I use the ones on the right, next to the ride as my primary hats.
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:35 PM
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Ah, that would do the trick then :P
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:58 AM
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I have a 8 piece kit but i can't play with three rack toms. The hat's don't sound bad on your youtube videos.
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Old 07-01-2009, 10:56 AM
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Specially for you JLPD i am going to look at youtube. But only this once. Well for the video i only watched the main one. It's pretty good, you're doing well in terms of playing. The cymbals don't sound as bad as i was expecting actually but you can definetly tell they're being choked by that black finish without a doubt.

well here's mine since no-one has actually bothered to put any metal kits in yet:





Specs? Okay then:

12x11 tama SC performer rack tom
14x14 TAMA SCP floor tom (suspended)
13x11, 16x16, 22x16 drums which are no name and cost me nothing apart from whatever price the camo fabric was lol.
22x16 TAMA SCP Kick drum with a bit of muffling in terms of a pillow,
16x15 Premier resonator floor tom (i sold this now because it doesn't really match the kit XD)
14x5.5 SANTAFE custom snare handmade in valencia spain in case you were wondering.

Zildjian 14" fast crash/ORION solo pro hihats
Zildjian ZBT 16" crash
PAISTE 502 12" splash which i had to fix.
Zildjian Z custom 18" medium crash
Zildjian ZBT 20" ride
Zildjian ZXT titanium 18" china.

Don't ask about the stool i'm getting a new one.
DW 5002 double kick pedal, 5000hihat pedal and some cheap pedal that was part of those drums i got for 50p lol.
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:17 AM
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Yea, nice kit man! That camo is awesome! Also, the cymbals are choked a bit by the finish, but to be honest, I love them! I like that bit of choking, and I just like the rougher sound they give.
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:17 AM
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Specially for you JLPD i am going to look at youtube. But only this once. Well for the video i only watched the main one. It's pretty good, you're doing well in terms of playing. The cymbals don't sound as bad as i was expecting actually but you can definetly tell they're being choked by that black finish without a doubt.

well here's mine since no-one has actually bothered to put any metal kits in yet:





Specs? Okay then:

12x11 tama SC performer rack tom
14x14 TAMA SCP floor tom (suspended)
13x11, 16x16, 22x16 drums which are no name and cost me nothing apart from whatever price the camo fabric was lol.
22x16 TAMA SCP Kick drum with a bit of muffling in terms of a pillow,
16x15 Premier resonator floor tom (i sold this now because it doesn't really match the kit XD)
14x5.5 SANTAFE custom snare handmade in valencia spain in case you were wondering.

Zildjian 14" fast crash/ORION solo pro hihats
Zildjian ZBT 16" crash
PAISTE 502 12" splash which i had to fix.
Zildjian Z custom 18" medium crash
Zildjian ZBT 20" ride
Zildjian ZXT titanium 18" china.

Don't ask about the stool i'm getting a new one.
DW 5002 double kick pedal, 5000hihat pedal and some cheap pedal that was part of those drums i got for 50p lol.
Ah sweet kit man! Looks awesome, i bet it's a pain dismantling that for gigs lol!
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:26 AM
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Ah sweet kit man! Looks awesome, i bet it's a pain dismantling that for gigs lol!
haha well i'm not doing any gigs atm but if i was i'd just take the starclassic drums, the 16" floor tom, snare, 2 crashes, hats, china and ride cymbals with me. So really it'd just be a pretty bog standard 5pc neutron kit. This setup was really just for laaughs although i wouldn't mind a couple of extra small rack toms, the 13" was just too much though you can't position it nicely above the kick drum without it being a stupid angle. In fact if any1 is interested i did a mock up of sort of my ideal set up on kitconstructor.


This would of course only be going to gigs if we got to the stage where we could hire roadies and that lol.
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Old 07-02-2009, 04:02 AM
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heh, this what I use with my death metal band. not a very "metal" set up, I guess. :)
the set up's the same in both pictures, just different drums. I used the S-Class to record, and I use the Rockstars for gigs.



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Old 07-02-2009, 06:30 AM
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heh, this what I use with my death metal band. not a very "metal" set up, I guess. :)
the set up's the same in both pictures, just different drums. I used the S-Class to record, and I use the Rockstars for gigs.



Seriously? You play death metal on that? That's really cool, I love drummers who can do a lot with so little. Got any vids? I'd love to see some!
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Old 07-02-2009, 06:36 AM
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No video, but we have some songs from our new album on the myspace. The set up in the first pic is exactly what I used to record with.

The link's in my sig.
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:07 AM
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Wow i love that camo kit :). also wow! its awesome to know that someone is talented enough to play death metal on a lil jazzy bop kit, thats talent right there :D! Heres My BLX kit, its metalish i surpose :) hope you's like it.

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Mapex Q Series 16 x 16" Floor Tom
Pearl 16 x 16" Floor Tom
Pearl 13 x 11" Rack Mounted Tom
Pearl 12 x 10" Rack Mounted Tom
Pearl 10 x 9" Rack Mounted Tom
Mapex 14 x 5.5" Steel Snare Drum
2 x - Pearl 22 x 16" Bass Drum (One im not using at the moment, as im experimenting)

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Hihats - I have 2 sets of hihats, with Zildjian ZBT's on top and some shalimar hihats on the bottom, it gives them a nice trashy sound :).

Crashes - 16" ZBT Crash
18" ZXT Thin Crash
16" Sonic Drive Crash (A very trashy crash, good for riding on)

Crash/Rides - 18" Shalimar crash/ride (I use it as my ride cymbal for now, until i can afford a better one, i put rivets in it which makes it sound a bit better)

Special Effects - 18" Paiste PST3 China
8" ZBT Splash (Cut down from 12")

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Axis X2 Double Pedal
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Oh, I forgot to mention that I'm 6ft 4in tall, and therefor have pretty long arms. Also, I don't use the hats on the left that much, I use the ones on the right, next to the ride as my primary hats.
Very cool set and I really dig how you play open. It is rare to see someone play open with right hand hats and ride, with the ride AND hats on the right! I would love to see some video of you playing.

I invite you to join the Open Handed Players group. I don't think we have anyone with your particular open style.
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:54 AM
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heh, this what I use with my death metal band. not a very "metal" set up, I guess. :)
the set up's the same in both pictures, just different drums. I used the S-Class to record, and I use the Rockstars for gigs.



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heh, this what I use with my death metal band. not a very "metal" set up, I guess. :)
the set up's the same in both pictures, just different drums. I used the S-Class to record, and I use the Rockstars for gigs.



I remember i saw a sweedish death metal band who did a similar setup like this, but he only had like 2 cymbals lol. I'm pretty impressed you can do metal with this sort of setup.
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My kit:
- Yamaha DTXpress IV module
- 2x 3 zone 10" pads (1 snare & cowbells, 1 floor tom & effects)
- 3x 1 zone 8" pads (toms)
- 2x kick pads with Big Dog single pedals (new addition, not shown in pics)
- Stagg 14" Hi-Hat DH-HM14B Medium Brilliant
- Stagg 8" Splash Medium Regular SH-SM8R
- Stagg 10" Splash Medium Regular SH-SM10R
- Stagg 15" Crash Medium Regular SH-SM15R
- Stagg 17" Crash Medium Thin Exo DH-CMT17E
- Stagg 18" Crash Medium Thin Exo DH-CMT18E
- Stagg 20" China T-CH20







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Very cool set and I really dig how you play open. It is rare to see someone play open with right hand hats and ride, with the ride AND hats on the right! I would love to see some video of you playing.

I invite you to join the Open Handed Players group. I don't think we have anyone with your particular open style.
Does it count when you play a little more than half on the right hats??
If it does, I am the second one.

I will make some pics of my current setup soon.
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Old 07-02-2009, 11:25 PM
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If this is not METAL enough, I have a metal snare drum too. Pleae excuse the refuse surrounding the kit. My drum room is being recarpeted. :)
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Old 07-03-2009, 01:45 AM
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This set see mostly metal :) Before Mr. Obvious shows up I know the other bass drum doesn't have a hole and that both pedals go to one kick. I am waiting for another trigger to be able to finish the kit. :)

Axis Long Board Double pedal with Iron Cobra Beaters

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Roland TD-9 Sound Module and RT-10 Triggers

Tama super star customs EC2 coated heads HD Dry Vent snare drum
toms
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22 kick x2 :)
14 snare

A custom Splashes
A series Crashes
8,10,12, splashes
16 thin crash
17 medium crash
18 medium crash
20 china hig crash
20 ping ride
14 quick beat hi-hats
13 mastersound hi-hats
14 fast crash
18 atlus





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Old 07-03-2009, 05:40 AM
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ramair96ws6, That's such a nice set up you have there. I also play superstars.
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also wow! its awesome to know that someone is talented enough to play death metal on a lil jazzy bop kit, thats talent right there :D!
eh, I don't think playing on a small kit makes me any more talented than everyone else here. It's just the set up that works best for how I want to play. :)


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well I'll be damned.

Sefalik on PSU. Internet might not be as big a place as I thought, haha.

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Heh, yea... I don't think I've ever met the same person on two completely different forums before.


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I remember i saw a sweedish death metal band who did a similar setup like this, but he only had like 2 cymbals lol. I'm pretty impressed you can do metal with this sort of setup.
I'm pretty sure Chris Pennie used a 3-piece with Dillinger Escape Plan, at least sometimes. But yea, I need my cymbals. I wouldn't be happy just using two cymbals, at least not with this band. :)
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Old 07-03-2009, 11:00 AM
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Sweet choice on the finish! I also play superstars in that exact finish. Had it for a little over two years now and I still love it.
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well I'm not in a metal band and my drums are not really for metal:p
but I do play alot of metal / hardcore / metalcore / punk
so I guess I qualify :D

I uploaded some pics here:
http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...d.php?p=591362

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heh, this what I use with my death metal band. not a very "metal" set up, I guess. :)
the set up's the same in both pictures, just different drums. I used the S-Class to record, and I use the Rockstars for gigs.




SPOON???!!!????!



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Old 07-07-2009, 01:08 AM
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spoon's my username on PDF. at least, I guess that's what he means. a few people call my spoon in real life too...
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You're a popular guy.... :P

And a hell of a drummer from what I keep hearing from ya.
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:42 AM
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Lol i look at this set and hear a church bell :P
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This is what I used in my first Metal band:

Drums: Slingerland
16 x 22 Bass Drum
5.5 x 10 Remo Timbale
5.5. x 12 Remo Timbale
10 x 12 Tom
11 x 13 Tom
16 x 16 Floor Tom
5 x 14 Radio King Steel Snare (1970's)
6.5 x 14 Tama Steel Snare

Cymbals: Zildjian
13" Z Custom Dyno Beat Hi Hats
13" ZBT Hi Hats (Fixed Closed)
16" A Med. Crash
19" A Med Crash (x2)
18" A China High
18" ZBT Crash/Ride
20" K Pre Aged Dry Light Ride

Hardware: Gibralter
DW 5000 SINGLE bass pedal (yeah, that's right. I played in a metal band without double bass)



Here is a kit from a Punk band I was in, but it's more of a Metal kit

Drums: Peace Paragon Maple
18 x 22 Bass Drum (x2)
8 x 10 Tom
9 x 12 Tom
16 x 16 Floor Tom
5.5 x 14 Black Chrome over Brass Snare

Cymbals: Istanbul Agop
14" Traditional Funk Hats
10" Traditional Splash
19" Alchemy Rock Crash (x2)
20" Turk Ride
18" Turk China

Hardware: Peace Arena Series 800



Here is the kit I am using now, I just used it to track an album for a Metal band.
All the specs can be found in a video I posted while recording.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lee2CWfCxoU

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