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Old 05-05-2009, 12:39 AM
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...Stan you Dog.

Those are beautifull, Have you been holding out on us. How long have you had these. Specs, more porn, toss in some of those tasty turks as well.

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I've had the them a week today Barry :}

Here's the specs:

Peace Aqua Marine finish X3 Bee-Bopp jazz kit made of 9 ply Canadian rock maple. They are the latest in drum making technology coming from Taiwan by Peace being made with thinner plies of Canadian rock maple.right between 7-8mm for a 9 ply drum shell. Each 9 ply drum is perfectly round and true with some of the best joint seams seen to date on a ply type shell. Very light drums overall.

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16"x18" virgin bass drum
12"x14" floor tom
8"x12" tom tom with a flat black crescent suspension rim and seperate TT stand.

The Peace SD-138BD 5 1/2"x14" phosphor bronze snare drum which I added a set of 20 strand PureSound Customs to was an earlier purchase Barry I put together this new X3 Bee-Bopp kit around.

A few more daytime pics as requested... :}
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I've had the them a week today Barry :}

Here's the specs:

Peace Aqua Marine finish X3 Bee-Bopp jazz kit made of 9 ply Canadian rock maple. They are the latest in drum making technology coming from Taiwan by Peace being made with thinner plies of Canadian rock maple.right between 7-8mm for a 9 ply drum shell. Each 9 ply drum is perfectly round and true with some of the best joint seams seen to date on a ply type shell. Very light drums overall.

Sizes:

16"x18" virgin bass drum
12"x14" floor tom
8"x12" tom tom with a flat black crescent suspension rim and seperate TT stand.

The Peace SD-138BD 5 1/2"x14" phosphor bronze snare drum which I added a set of 20 strand PureSound Customs too was an earlier purchase Barry I put together this new X3 Bee-Bopp kit around.

A few more daytime pics as requested... :}
,,,very nice indeed Stan.

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Old 05-05-2009, 12:46 AM
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,,,very nice indeed Stan.

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Thanks Barry .......:}
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One more thing regarding the specs.....

Slightly rounded well executed bearing edges on each 9 ply drum shell too. Superb melodically rich clear tonal dynamic response from each drum Barry.
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My Peace Aqua Marine 9 ply Canadian rock maple Bee-Bopp and phosphor bronze snare 4 piece kit from some recent shows
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Old 08-03-2009, 03:29 AM
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I just received my first Renown kit the other day, and I don't know whether it's the silver sealer, bearing edges, shells, or all three, but these babies siiiing! I am VERY impressed.

I've owned Gretsch New Classics as well, but I like these far more -- I miss my Giant Beats though! :(
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Evans J1 heads.

That is the most beautiful finish I've ever seen.
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Not as good as good as the ones posted above, but I still lov it.

Pearl Export EX



Nice. Export EX FTW IMHO
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Heres mine..
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my pdp x7 in 4 piece form. i need a new crash :-(






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my pdp x7 in 4 piece form. i need a new crash :-(
That's not the 4 piece attitude! :p
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My next kit will either be a Ayotte or a RCI acrylic set. I'm gonna' be saving up for a long long time!
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Old 11-04-2009, 05:33 AM
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^^ Pearl ELX/EX 4 pc gig rig^^





^^^ Pearl VSX studio/recording/rehearsal rig ^^^
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Old 11-06-2009, 06:19 PM
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Default Re: Show us your Four Piece Kits.

i already have my own thread from a few months ago now.. so i hope you dont mind seeing this again

BTW second last picture, you can see how far the drums have come (before I changed them)
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Old 11-07-2009, 02:39 AM
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Default Re: Show us your Four Piece Kits.

I posted this in the Premier Kits Thread but I though I may aswell post it in the context of this Thread. This is the set-up I'm using with the Brighton Band I'm in called "The Bella Basement Club" and like I mentioned in the Premier Thread it's minimal but, I can get all the Sounds I need out of it:



Specs are as follows:
- 1980's Premier Club Kit (3ply shells with 2ply re-rings) 12"x7&3/4" Rack Tom & 13"x8&3/4" Hanging Tom
- Sonor Force 2007 14"x5" 8 ply Birch Snare tuned to C & A (Batter & Resonant respectiley)
- Sabian HHX 18" Stage Crash (used as Crash-Ride)
- Sabian Signature 11" Max Splash
- Sabian B8's Hats (modified)
- Hardware; Big Dog and Gibraltar
- Heads; Remo

Hope you're all well,

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Old 11-08-2009, 02:34 AM
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Nice guitar cab. Carvin should be more common.
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sorry for the crappy pick,i haven seen anybody do this with a four peice,sizes...
10 x 13
16 x 16
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Old 11-23-2009, 03:48 AM
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These pictures have found their way into several other threads, but what the heck, they seem to fit here as well. Since these pictures were taken I have had a single tom mount installed on the 20" kick

12/14/20 and a matching 5 x 14 snare

13/16/22 and a matching 6.5 x 14 snare
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Very nice roger. Which of the two do you prefer?
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I'm starting a bit of a collection of vintage Pearl drums here's my first acquisition:



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Here's a before and after of my Slingy bop kit covered in zebrawood veneer. The snare is a padauk and curly maple segmented drum that I made.
This is a stunning kit, beautiful!
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all very nice kits so far!

Here's my contribution, a Sonor Force 2007 Birch kit in the Rock Configuration (22x20 BD, 14x6SN,12x8TT, 16x16FT)

With some Zildjian A Custom Pies. 13"A Custom/ZCustom hats, 20" ACustom medium ride 20", 14",16" A Custom Crashes

sorry 'bout the lousy photos, believe it or not, they we're taken with an actual camera, not a phone, but im not to sure which settings to use to get a good pic.......

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Here's my Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz kit in natural satin..





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That's a five piece :-)
I like that setup, I'll try that one.

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That's a five piece :-)
I like that setup, I'll try that one.

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This Ludwig kit started life as a plain jane Accent kit with a wrapped finish, (the blue 5 piece "Before" photo).

Here's what I did to transform it into more of a classic setup. Did all the restoration work in my garage and I think it turned out quite nice.

6.5x14 wood snare, (one pic shows my 402 Supra,my "go-to" snare)
11x13 rack tom
16x16 floor tom
16x22 kick

Remo Emperor on snare
Evans G2 clears over G1 coated on toms
Evans EQ3 batter with Ludwig Vintage Logo reso on kick
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This Ludwig kit started life as a plain jane Accent kit with a wrapped finish, (the blue 5 piece "Before" photo).

Here's what I did to transform it into more of a classic setup. Did all the restoration work in my garage and I think it turned out quite nice.

6.5x14 wood snare, (one pic shows my 402 Supra,my "go-to" snare)
11x13 rack tom
16x16 floor tom
16x22 kick

Remo Emperor on snare
Evans G2 clears over G1 coated on toms
Evans EQ3 batter with Ludwig Vintage Logo reso on kick
wow!!! well done , what a mayor improvement!!
I would be grate is you can post how you did it , thaks!!
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wow!!! well done , what a mayor improvement!!
I would be grate is you can post how you did it , thaks!!
Sure, here's rhe steps I followed:

I decided to "unwrap" the kit, not knowing what I would find underneath. Kind of like Forrest Gump said; "a box of chocolates: you never know what you're going to get".
The only shell that didn't really match was the 12x10 rack tom. That didn't really bother me because I'm quite used to a 1 up rack tom setup.

The wrap was taped on only at the vertical seam and in small strips around the top and bottom right below the bearing edges. With the help of a hair dryer set on LOW heat and going SLOW, it came off all in one piece on each shell. To avoid having to put in new breather hole grommets, I used a Laboratory hole cutter that's used to cut small round holes in rubber stoppers.(I work in a Materials Research Lab for the State Roads Dept.). Found one that just fit over the grommet and cut the wrap flush with the edges.

After the wrap was off I used "Goof Off" and mineral spirits to remove the glue residue. This took some time to get all of it off so the stain would take properly.
I used flexible sanding pads so as not to leave any flat spots in the shells, going finer with each sanding and finishing with 220 grit, followed by a tack cloth to remove all the dust.

I decided to give the shells a natural stained look rather than a re-wrap for two reasons; 1. I have two other kits, Tama Superstars EFX in White Satin Haze wrap and '75 Ludwig Vistalites in "Tequila Sunrise" tri color acrylic.
2. Staining was less expensive than ordering new wrap for all 5 shells.
I did order new wood bass hoops to replace the black painted metal ones and a Ludwig Vintage logo bass reso head.

Each shell got 2 coats of the Minwax "Red Sedona" wipe on stain with a dry time of 24 hours between coats, followed by 3 coats of the Minwax high gloss wipe on poly with a dry time of 24 hours and a light sanding with 0000 steel wool and tack cloth between coats. I also put 3 coats of the poly on the interior of the shells also.

These drums did not have any type of gaskets between the lug casings and the shells like my other kits, so I made my own. I traced the outline of all the hardware pieces on heavy "tag" or poster board to make the templates, (see pic). I used black non slip shelf liner, (Wal-Mart) and a Yellow china marking pencil to trace the outline of the gaskets onto the liner material. A paper hole punch was the right size for the holes. I also packed all the lug casings with felt to eliminate noise from the springs, (see pic).

When all the shells were dry, reassemble using the new gaskets, wax the bearing edges with parifin wax, put on new heads and dial them in. I did put a small felt strip near the bottom of the kick reso head to get the sound I wanted.

All in all, this was a fun project. At age 57, I'm now into "vintage" drums, much to my wife's dismay.
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Technically not a true 5 pc as I have an extra snare and a conga, but the setup is a basic 4pc....specs include

Gretsch Catalina Birch in Vintage Burst
18x22 Coated Powerstroke 3 / Coated Ambasador Reso
12x9 Coated Vintage Emperor / Clear Ambasador Reso
14x11 Coated Vintage Emperor / Clear Ambasador Reso
14x5 Coated Ambasador CS / Clear Ambasador Reso
14x5.5 Gretsch Crystal Tone Steel Coated Ambasador CS / Clear Ambasador Reso

LP Conga
LP Cyclops Dimpled Brass Tamborine
LP Lil' Ridge Rider Cowbell

Cymbals- Zildjian
6" A Splash
9" Oriental Splash
10" A custom splash (as top X-hat and Drumbal...clutch used as drumbal handle)
10" Sabian HH Duo Splash ( Inverted bell cracked / stacked on 12" Wuhan China)
12" A Special Recording HH
15" K Light Hat top
15" A New Beat Hat Bottom
16" A Thin Crash
18" A Med Thin Crash
21" A Custom Projection Ride

Hardware - Gibraltar 9600 series
Intruder Bass pedal
Liquid drive 2-leg HH
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Very nice roger. Which of the two do you prefer?
It really depends. I play the smaller kit for a jazz gig and accoustic folk rock stuff, the larger kit goes when I'm playing LOUD rock n' roll. Sometimes I throw the 14" FT in with the larger kit for a five-piece.
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This Ludwig kit started life as a plain jane Accent kit with a wrapped finish, (the blue 5 piece "Before" photo).

Here's what I did to transform it into more of a classic setup. Did all the restoration work in my garage and I think it turned out quite nice.

6.5x14 wood snare, (one pic shows my 402 Supra,my "go-to" snare)
11x13 rack tom
16x16 floor tom
16x22 kick

Remo Emperor on snare
Evans G2 clears over G1 coated on toms
Evans EQ3 batter with Ludwig Vintage Logo reso on kick
Great job you changed a ugly-duckling into a swan for sure.

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Old 12-04-2009, 06:43 AM
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my Gretsch Catalina Clubs, jazz config
18" kick, 12" and 14" toms
13" Porkpie Piglite amber acrylic snare
21" Zildjian sweet ride
17" Sabian extra thin crash
14" Sabian fusion bottom / Zildjian avedis top Hihats
Roland SPD-S

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what a great thread, with tonnes of awesome kits! 4 piece kits are the best! here's some more pr0n...

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Ayotte Custom
Snare: 1997 14x6.5. colour = Natural Maple Gloss, trick throwoff
Kick: 1992 22x16 colour = Fire Engine Red
FT: 15x15
RT: 10x10
Right Side Ride: 20" HHX Stage Ride
Left Side Ride: 21" HHX Legacy Ride
Hats: 14" AA Regulars
Hardware: DW 5000 pedal, 5000 delta hihat, gibraltar stands
Textbook (in pic): The New Breed



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oak stave 12, 16, 20
walnut stave 7x14

whenever i think about getting a big kit i remember tony williams lifetime's "emergency!" Go 4 Piece!!!
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oak stave 12, 16, 20
walnut stave 7x14

whenever i think about getting a big kit i remember tony williams lifetime's "emergency!" Go 4 Piece!!!
Awesome kit I'm thinking of building my own oak stave drums! How do they sound compared to the maple or birch and do you think that a your 20" bass would work good for a grunge/rock music? Also if you built those yourself do you have a tips from some one attempting the same project? and how deep are your drums?

Thanks Corey
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Didnt make them myself unfortunately, but they are 8x12, 14x16, and 14x20, the 20 inch is holding up well to my friends amps, I mostly play garage acid rock and the volume has not been an issue! The oaks dont seem to like thinner heads, but i have some aquarian performance II's and they sound great, it takes a good whack to get the full tone, but oak is for loud music!! brighter than maple, and a little crazier than birch. {Tpdrums.com}
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:45 AM
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My Yamaha Stage Custom Advantage

20" Bass
12" Rack Tom
14" Floor Tom
14" Snare

20" Stanton Moore Wide Ride
22" Sabian AA Raw Ride
13" Zildjian K Custom Dry Hi-Hats
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