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Old 07-15-2009, 05:45 PM
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Here are my 3 kits - (2) A-kits and (1) e-kit. Hope you like.

My Maple Custom Abs.


My Birch Custom Abs.


My Dtxtreme (RHP) w/ III module
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:46 PM
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Love all your kits, the set-ups are perfect in my opinion. Do you have any driver seat pics?
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Old 07-15-2009, 09:06 PM
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yep, probably weird but it makes it sound super nice :D

ive had a fair few compliments about my drum sounds

one guy even came up to me and goes
"hmm, yamaha rydeen, not such a great kit is it"
i told him to play it
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"huh yours sounds pretty good though^^"

Yeah but you ought to check what it sounds like from an audience perspective, on stage, with other instruments.
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Old 07-15-2009, 09:22 PM
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Here's my RCI Starlite Starfire Drum Kit2 being featured at TheSouthern Drumshow in Nashville,TN. this coming weekend! Come on down!! JohnnyC
WOW, that reminds me of the kit Alex Van Halen played in the Jump video, do you have the specs of it? maybe just the brands of drums, cymbals, etc. It would be ridiculous to list every component.
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Old 07-15-2009, 09:24 PM
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Here's my RCI Starlite Starfire Drum Kit2 being featured at TheSouthern Drumshow in Nashville,TN. this coming weekend! Come on down!! JohnnyC
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Old 07-16-2009, 12:05 AM
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7 peice pearl session
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Old 07-16-2009, 03:57 AM
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7 peice pearl session
Have you taken any new pictures of that kit in the last three years?!
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Old 07-16-2009, 06:29 AM
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Have you taken any new pictures of that kit in the last three years?!
naw i dont think so. I just moved into a condo quite recently, so i had to move my drums to my dads house. We are still working out where to put them, and I am trying to get a carpet to put them on because they start sliding around. But maybe once thats done i can get some new pics.


Edit- Just kidding, I found one, but its not totally set up as you can see because we were very cramped up on stage. In fact it was a miracle we were able to set up as much as we did. But yeah, minus a few cymbals and drums...
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Old 07-17-2009, 06:59 AM
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Here is mine at the Chicago drum show.
This great photo is a gift from Ronn Dunnett.
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Old 07-18-2009, 04:11 PM
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I love that, do you have more pics?????????
And what brand cymbals do you use??

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I love that, do you have more pics?????????
And what brand cymbals do you use??

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Old 07-20-2009, 10:32 PM
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Here is mine at the Chicago drum show.
This great photo is a gift from Ronn Dunnett.
Stunning looking kit!
I love the finish, and the lugs look great in the black chrome.
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Old 07-23-2009, 04:33 AM
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Here is my ongoing affair, essentially a Yamaha Stage Custom in Raven Black from 1998 that I've just kept adding to and adding to. After a while with it in the configuration in the first photo, I bought a few more pieces and rearranged it to pay tribute to Neil Peart's setup, while still retaining some personal touches here and there.

Stage Custom: 8x8, 9x10, 10x12, 12x14, 14x16, 16x20
Snares: An old secondhand 5.5x14 steel snare, and a Peace 3.5x14 piccolo
An old refinished 16x16 Ludwig Classic floor tom with the bottom head removed (never got around to replacing it); moves between left side and "gong" mounted on the far right
Cymbals: 14" Zildjian Z-Macs as hi-hats; 15, 16, 18, 19" crashes; 20" K Custom ride: 2 x 8" splashes, 12" splash (eventually bought another and made x-hats of them), 3 chinas (1 by LP, 2 by Wuhan); a bell cymbal cut from the center of an old Pearl crash; ZXT Trashformer
Toys: Cowbells, chimes, LP Stealth Block, Rhythm Tech Tambourine, LP mini timbales

Since these photos, I've sold the min-timbs and bought a custom made 5x6 rack tom to replace them (I love tiny little drums, don't know why). Also, as you can see in the last two photos, I split the Gibraltar rack up to two separate sides, to make the whole thing easier to get on and off stage when I actually started taking the whole thing places with me.

Next planned purchase is a Pork Pie 7x13 Brass Patina snare or a Yamaha 6.5 x 13 Musashi Oak snare. Would love to hear comments from anyone who has either.




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Old 07-23-2009, 05:41 PM
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Love all your kits, the set-ups are perfect in my opinion. Do you have any driver seat pics?
I don't have any of the A-kits from the drivers seat....but I'll see if I can take some of the maple cus. abs. this week (bir. cus. abs. is currently in cases)....here is a back shot of my Dtxtreme kit...

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Old 07-23-2009, 06:59 PM
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heres mine. I change up the set up when I get bored. This was the Peart set up.
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Old 07-24-2009, 05:02 AM
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hi my name is partsman and im a new member to this forum... i have a pearl ecx export custom maple drumset -10" 12" 13" mounted toms- 14" 16" floor toms- 22x18 bass- 14" snare-10" firecracker steal snare- lp mini timbales. i have zildjian A cymbals 10" splash- 14" fast crash- 16" thin crash- 18" crash ride- 19" crash- 20" medium ride- 21" sweet ride- 14" newbeat hits- 9.5" zelbel- 18" wuhan china










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Old 07-24-2009, 06:06 PM
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hi my name is partsman and im a new member to this forum... i have a pearl ecx export custom maple drumset -10" 12" 13" mounted toms- 14" 16" floor toms- 22x18 bass- 14" snare-10" firecracker steal snare- lp mini timbales. i have zildjian A cymbals 10" splash- 14" fast crash- 16" thin crash- 18" crash ride- 19" crash- 20" medium ride- 21" sweet ride- 14" newbeat hits- 9.5" zelbel- 18" wuhan china










Welcome to the forum

That's a unique set up, I like it.
Nice stuff.
What made you decide to set the floor toms like that?

My 2 aren't one right in front of the other either. The second is more to the side so I can just turn my hand and not my body to play it.
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Old 07-24-2009, 10:45 PM
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Welcome to the forum

That's a unique set up, I like it.
Nice stuff.
What made you decide to set the floor toms like that?

My 2 aren't one right in front of the other either. The second is more to the side so I can just turn my hand and not my body to play it.
i find it easyer to just reach out my arm than to turn my body its just more Comfortable

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Old 07-25-2009, 05:41 AM
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Old 07-25-2009, 01:13 PM
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YES! Favorite kit in this thread by far! Specs?
Thanks drumhedd...

24" Kicks
10, 12, 14 in front
13, 15 floors on left side
16, 18 floors on right
7 x 14 Segmented cocobola snare

4) 19" A Rock crashes
4) 19" Z Rock crashes
21" mega bell
20" ping ride on left
12" Z splash
8", 10", 12" EFX
6" zil-bel
20" Hi & low China
17" K China
18" Oriental
14" Z Dyna beats Closed on right
14" New Beat bottom/Z dyna beat botoom

6) Hart Acupads across the top
2) Dauz pads on each side of the snare
Polekat

All drums have MayEa mics
Kicks and Right side Floors have D112's
Rack toms and left floors have EV408's

Electronic rack has D4, DM5, RM8, Akai Sampler, Mackie mixer, EQ's Compressors, etc

and Custom Voelker rack..

I think that covers it.....
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Old 07-25-2009, 01:44 PM
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Here is mine at the Chicago drum show.
This great photo is a gift from Ronn Dunnett.
These pics don't do that kit justice.. I can say that first hand..
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Old 07-25-2009, 01:46 PM
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heres mine. I change up the set up when I get bored. This was the Peart set up.
Looks like you lost your nut..... off your ride.
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Old 07-27-2009, 03:55 PM
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Looks like you lost your nut..... off your ride.
I dont use a nut or felt on ride, it gives me that little extra space to hit on bell. less miss hits.
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Old 08-02-2009, 02:46 AM
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new here , this is actually my 11 y.o. daughters set , but i guess since i'm the one that put it together for her i'll post it for her .
its sort of a mutt kit , based on a cross between pearl dx and ex kits .
the tom sizes are - a 6&8 " fiberglass , 10 , 12 13, 14, 15, 16 , and 16 and 18" floor toms .
22" bass and set of roto toms .
the finish is some sort of light green that she picked out on oak veneer covering .
she has six different snares to pick from but her favorite is the mutt snare i've been working on ( acrolite shell , legend strainer , pearl butt plate and still deciding on some lugs - so yeah ! a mutt ! )
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new here , this is actually my 11 y.o. daughters set , but i guess since i'm the one that put it together for her i'll post it for her .
its sort of a mutt kit , based on a cross between pearl dx and ex kits .
the tom sizes are - a 6&8 " fiberglass , 10 , 12 13, 14, 15, 16 , and 16 and 18" floor toms .
22" bass and set of roto toms .
the finish is some sort of light green that she picked out on oak veneer covering .
she has six different snares to pick from but her favorite is the mutt snare i've been working on ( acrolite shell , legend strainer , pearl butt plate and still deciding on some lugs - so yeah ! a mutt ! )
That's amazing! SImon Phillips wouldn't mind that kit. I'm guessing that daughter loves her daddy!
Good for you, and for her.
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Old 08-02-2009, 03:29 AM
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That's amazing! SImon Phillips wouldn't mind that kit. I'm guessing that daughter loves her daddy!
Good for you, and for her.
thanks ! as shes our only , she gets spoiled pretty badly........
btw shes been at it for about 6 months now and doing really great . starting next weekend she starts her first lessons with her teach casey grillo , so shes really nervous , and excited at the sametime , did i say she is spoiled ( but not rotten ! ) .
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Mine are not 'Monster' kits, but it is actually quite scary how many kits I have built up and moved on from in the 4 months.
Whenever I say that I am done with the changes, I make another change.... but I think I am done now..... ;0)

I'll start with the two current kits, one electric and one acoustic.



Prior to those, here is the last Roland kit I'd put together, before I went to the above.

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thanks ! as shes our only , she gets spoiled pretty badly........
btw shes been at it for about 6 months now and doing really great . starting next weekend she starts her first lessons with her teach casey grillo , so shes really nervous , and excited at the sametime , did i say she is spoiled ( but not rotten ! ) .
That's wonderful. I love it when I see kids getting into music with their parents' support.
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new here , this is actually my 11 y.o. daughters set , but i guess since i'm the one that put it together for her i'll post it for her .
its sort of a mutt kit , based on a cross between pearl dx and ex kits .
the tom sizes are - a 6&8 " fiberglass , 10 , 12 13, 14, 15, 16 , and 16 and 18" floor toms .
22" bass and set of roto toms .
the finish is some sort of light green that she picked out on oak veneer covering .
she has six different snares to pick from but her favorite is the mutt snare i've been working on ( acrolite shell , legend strainer , pearl butt plate and still deciding on some lugs - so yeah ! a mutt ! )
No. Get it away from me!!!! Concert. Toms. Concert. Toms.... :@ oj man apart from the fact that i really would have to stick bottom heads on all of those drums, it's a pretty nicely done kit!
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Old 08-02-2009, 03:46 PM
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the tom sizes are - a 6&8 " fiberglass , 10 , 12 13, 14, 15, 16 , and 16 and 18" floor toms .
22" bass and set of roto toms .
the finish is some sort of light green that she picked out on oak veneer covering .
she has six different snares to pick from but her favorite is the mutt snare i've been working on ( acrolite shell , legend strainer , pearl butt plate and still deciding on some lugs - so yeah ! a mutt ! )
With the double stacked toms it reminds me of Keith Moons white kit he played w/o the double bass. I love it!
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No. Get it away from me!!!! Concert. Toms. Concert. Toms.... :@ oj man apart from the fact that i really would have to stick bottom heads on all of those drums, it's a pretty nicely done kit!
I played this 7 piece kit with four concert rack toms for 30 years. You can just make out the smaller ones to my left in the pic.
Two years ago I converted the 12" and the 14" rack toms to resonant heads. I kept the 13" and the 15" toms as concert. I use them occasionally as left side accent drums. I like the sound that they make. I feel that there is a place for some concert toms on a kit.
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No. Get it away from me!!!! Concert. Toms. Concert. Toms.... :@ oj man apart from the fact that i really would have to stick bottom heads on all of those drums, it's a pretty nicely done kit!
oh , oh ! sounds like someone still has a 80s hang over l.o.l. ! for what its worth , the 10 , 12 , and 13 have double heads ! plus they pack up nicely in her room ..
bobdadruma - i don't think i would want to run into you in a dark alley ! you don't look like a happy drummer in that pic l.o.l !
thanks for the compliments . there are some really beautiful sets on this thread !
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Old 08-02-2009, 11:19 PM
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heres mine. I change up the set up when I get bored. This was the Peart set up.
Love that kit, just love it.
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This thing takes Hours to set up. My parents don't even like it being in the house, whatever room it's in it just destroys. Picture might take a while to load, so many different colors on this monster.
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oh , oh ! sounds like someone still has a 80s hang over l.o.l. ! for what its worth , the 10 , 12 , and 13 have double heads ! plus they pack up nicely in her room ..
bobdadruma - i don't think i would want to run into you in a dark alley ! you don't look like a happy drummer in that pic l.o.l !
thanks for the compliments . there are some really beautiful sets on this thread !
I've been told that Im a bad ass looking dude by other members of the forum also! In person, Im quite shy, and a mellow man, who only gets mad at bass players when they don't walk me through a fill! I am a member of the NRA though! I do like to hunt deer! (rats with hoofs!)
What do you expect from a guy that likes drums raw with no resos!
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I've been told that Im a bad ass looking dude by other members of the forum also! In person, Im quite shy, and a mellow man, who only gets mad at bass players when they don't walk me through a fill! I am a member of the NRA though! I do like to hunt deer! (rats with hoofs!)
What do you expect from a guy that likes drums raw with no resos!
i stand corrected - your much more scarier now !!!!!! l.o.l
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This thing takes Hours to set up. My parents don't even like it being in the house, whatever room it's in it just destroys. Picture might take a while to load, so many different colors on this monster.
you know you have to post a pic of that beautiful set - set -up !
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Old 08-03-2009, 01:37 AM
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i stand corrected - your much more scarier now !!!!!! l.o.l
I do smile when people applaud one of my solos!
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:11 AM
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Wow, just realized I'm missing 2 cymbals in the first pic, haha.
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Old 08-04-2009, 01:56 AM
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This was 2001



Drums: Slingerland
22 x 16 Bass Drum
14 x 6.5 Tama Steel Snare
14 x 5.5 Radio King Steel Snare
12 x 10 Tom
13 x 11 Tom
16 x 16 Floor Tom
10 x 6.5 Remo Timbale
12 x 6.5 Remo Timbale

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



This is 2002-2003 I think??



Drums: Slingerland / MRP (MRP gave me a 6 month cost deal at the time, but because I was a poor college student all I did was re-wrap my kit and put an MRP head on my Bass Drum)
22 x 16 Bass Drum
14 x 6.5 Tama Steel Snare
14 x 5.5 Radio King Snare (Not shown in photo)
10 x 10 Tom
12 x 10 Tom
13 x 11 Tom
16 x 16 Floor Tom

Cymabls: Zildjian
13" Z Custom Dyno Beat Hi Hats
13" ZBT Hi Hats (Fixed Closed)
10" A Splash
17" Z Custom Med. Crash (x2)
19" A Med. Crash Brilliant (x2)
18" A China High
20" K Pre Aged Dry Light Ride



Now this I think was around 2005



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

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



And this is my tour kit from 2007



Drums: Peace Paragon
26 x 14" Bass Drum
14 x 6.5 Custom Cast Steel Snare
14 x 12 Tom
16 x 14 Floor Tom
12 x 4.5 P.E. Drums Electronic Pad
12 x 5 P.E. Drums Electronic Pad (x2)

Cymbals: Istanbul Agop
14" Alchemy Custom Mixed Hats
19" Alchemy Med. Crash
19" Alchemy Rock Crash (x2)
18" Alchemy Power China
22" Alchemy Raw Ride
9" Alchemy Raw Bell
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