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Old 09-09-2009, 04:06 AM
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What batter side heads are you using on your toms? BTW the kit looks amazing!
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Old 09-09-2009, 05:34 PM
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Hey Julian, Good to see this kit over here. I really like the way it has grown since I saw it last. BTW, I'm the one who bought that 19" Sabian Vault cymbal off you, the cymbal has really worked out well for me. Take care. Greg
Hey there, Greg. Glad the Vault is working for ya. I figured it would. They always sound great.

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Brundlefly, lovely kit. Do you take that thing out on dates? If so, how long does it take to set up and break down? Do you play many venues that can accommodate it?
No. I'm married. Besides, chicks don't really get it when you bring your drums with you to a movie theater. I don't know why. See a few posts down for the setup times and venue answers.

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What batter side heads are you using on your toms? BTW the kit looks amazing!
Thanks. Heads are all stock DW. However, I'm planning to give Aquarians a go on the batter side pretty soon.
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Old 09-09-2009, 08:11 PM
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hey, kinda off topic but I'm currently in the process of learning how to use that same Tascam board in the background! haha.

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Old 09-19-2009, 06:12 PM
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what a nice kit lol. Anyway what are those cables coming from the shell of the drums
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:15 PM
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Wow! That kit is truly something else, Amazing!!

Very Nice to see someone else with Mapa Burl :)
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:36 PM
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hey, kinda off topic but I'm currently in the process of learning how to use that same Tascam board in the background! haha.
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Welcome to the DM 4800 club! So far, I'm pretty pleased with it. Does far more than I think I need, which is a good sign that I made the right choice. :) Although, I already do plan on bypassing some of the built in pre-amps in favor of UA 610s for all of the condensers.

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what a nice kit lol. Anyway what are those cables coming from the shell of the drums
I had the May internal mic system installed on all toms larger than 10" and the bass. I'm using Audix D2s on the rack toms, D4s on the floors and there's a D6 in the bass. Audix i5s on the snares. Overheads are Audix M1245s and Neumann TLM 103s.

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Wow! That kit is truly something else, Amazing!!
Very Nice to see someone else with Mapa Burl :)
Thanks! Mapa Burl was a must have for me. It has elegant patterns that don't get in the way. And being a bright open blonde makes it a more neutral starting place for lacquers.
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