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Old 04-24-2010, 12:54 AM
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Old 05-14-2010, 08:11 PM
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Old 05-21-2010, 04:07 PM
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Not sure if I posted these elsewhere on this forum...I bought the original 5pc kit about 15-16 years ago and slowly raided Ebay as I could to get this thing up to "monster" specs...
2-14x24's,8x12,9x13,10x14,12x15,16x16, 6,8,10,concerts, 6.5x14sd & 5x14 original Slingerland Festival sd,10&12 timbales wrapped to match, and various bells and whistles. I play a much smaller kit now, but these are a blast to play when I set them up every once in a while.
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:45 PM
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:52 AM
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I wonder how many people with large kits can play properly, never mind the size.
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Old 05-22-2010, 10:19 AM
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I wonder how many people with large kits can play properly, never mind the size.
You want to know how many people with large kits can play properly (as if a person's equipment has anything to do with their ability), but you want to ignore kit size as a parameter while doing so? Bypassing the contradiction, my bet would be about the same percentage as those with other-sized kits. Provided that anyone can agree on the definitions of "large kit" and "playing properly," which historically has been rather problematic.

Anyway, the never ending Big Kit vs Small Kit thread is probably the better place to inquire about any correlation between skills and kit size.
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Old 05-22-2010, 03:36 PM
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There's just no need for it, is there?
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Old 05-22-2010, 07:56 PM
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Mine ;)
I'm sorry to interrupt the big kit vs. small kit discussion, but that's the fun stuff.
I think you can be more creative on this than on a 4 piece.
I have nothing against 4 piece kits, I play a 7 piece kit and I scale down to smaller sometimes, but after a week I want my big kit, because I'm more used to that, and my opinion is that you can do more on a big kit.

Again, great kit, Mirkko!

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Old 05-22-2010, 07:58 PM
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I'm sorry to interrupt the big kit vs. small kit discussion, but that's the fun stuff.
I think you can be more creative on this than on a 4 piece.
I have nothing against 4 piece kits, I play a 7 piece kit and I scale down to smaller sometimes, but after a week I want my big kit, because I'm more used to that, and my opinion is that you can do more on a big kit.

Again, great kit, Mirkko!

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Nice! That's freakin cool. A great collection of interesting sounds there.
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:16 PM
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Nice! That's freakin cool. A great collection of interesting sounds there.
Thx dude- urs it's interesting too!!!
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Old 05-23-2010, 02:15 PM
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thx! but i didn't said nothing-i've just posted pics of my kit- :)
I just realize that I reacted on the discussion instead of interrupting it :)
BTW, how do you like the octobans in that position, and what head do you use on the gong bass?

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With the completion of my studio, it's probably time to update my entry into the monster section.




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Old 05-24-2010, 01:23 AM
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Beware to post those pics---this is pure porn :D
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Old 05-24-2010, 01:31 AM
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I just realize that I reacted on the discussion instead of interrupting it :)
BTW, how do you like the octobans in that position, and what head do you use on the gong bass?

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AW i use the Left octoban as a high tom/EFX-but eventually i would need a 8" tom-maybe-but i can't renounce to the octoban's sound,so i guess i'll change its position-
About the Right octoban,"when" i use it,mostly i like to play on it kind of cowbell pattern,u know.
On the "gong bass" is mounted an Evans EMAD clear,the same one i use on my kick dr.
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WOW!!!!!! Truely Epic. How do you get in? Crawl to the right? Or are those curtains in the back?
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Old 05-26-2010, 04:50 PM
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We should make a TV show, not Moving like Michael Jackson, but Playing like Neil Peart :)
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Old 05-26-2010, 05:38 PM
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lol yr thats a joke thats chad smith's 308 piece guiness world record breaking kit. 8 million obviously knos nothing about drums

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I am selling my super drum set. You will not find anything bigger to beat on in your life! This has 11 bass drums, 17 10" toms, 9 12" toms, 7 13" toms, 8 snare drums, 10 14" toms, 11 16" floor toms, and 24 18" floor toms. Also has a LOT of cymbals, stands, hi-hat stands, cowbell stands, nightstands, and one night stands. Comes with 11 single bass drum pedals just to mess with your head trying to figure out how to use them all at once. I'll throw in a TAMA iron cobra double beater but I cant find it. Its in the mix somewhere, just cant remember where I put it. Cymbals are top of the line Zildjian ZBT ...I dont buy cheap cymbals! All the drums are cheap JC Penny/sears brand shells. These things sound amazing. Only giged one time (had to rent 7 u-hauls to get to the gig). Also has 14 cowbells, 5 sets of chimes, a broken HS set of bells. I will even throw in some old saw blades to gnaw your drumsticks on those special affect hits (sorry, no drumsticks included).
I'm only asking $8,000,000 OBO I might even throw in the drum carpet for the right deal on these babys. Carpet is 30' X 40'

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How many trips do you have to take to get that thing to the club? Or did you spend all of your car $ on drums? ;-)
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Old 06-22-2010, 10:37 PM
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Wow, that looks almost bigger than Bozzio's kit!!!!
I don't like acrylic drums so much, but having such a kit...........

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Here's my monsterified Kumu kit...



I'll be damned if I'll ever bring this one to a gig!
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I'll be damned if I'll ever bring this one to a gig!
Thought you only had a 4 piece :P That looked sexier than anything.

This just takes it a whole stage further.... :O Just beautiful, they really are :]

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Yeah, I had a four-piece. Now I have two! ;)
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A few different set-ups.




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I'll be damned if I'll ever bring this one to a gig!
Haha, that thing looks awesome. Nice idea though, i can see where you're coming from being able to have different size drums for different situations.

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I think he said he worked for RCI and so he uses it to promote the company or something? iirc.
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I'll be damned if I'll ever bring this one to a gig!
Man that's a beauty! Did you use Ginger Baker's (recent) kit as a model?
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The PDP Maple kit

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This just qualifies......

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DW Keller, red pearl

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After looking through this thread I barely even wanted to post pictures of my kit anymore...its a 7 piece PDP x7 Maple with Emperor heads..first came shells, then some IC pedals...working on the cymbal inventory now :)

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Pdp x7 series kit:
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I wonder how many people with large kits can play properly, never mind the size.
Sigh.......I've seen people who can't play "properly" on all kinds of size kits....not sure what the set up has to do with anything?

Assuming someone can't play because they have a large kit is pretty .....well....illogical thinking.
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Sigh.......I've seen people who can't play "properly" on all kinds of size kits....not sure what the set up has to do with anything?

Assuming someone can't play because they have a large kit is pretty .....well....illogical thinking.
didnt really read that as an assumption, more an observation wondering if they are good players and warrent such a kit. rather than some one with sloppy timing etc and stick to only a smal part of the kit or just hit everything in site.
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