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Old 07-28-2010, 09:40 AM
614Drums 614Drums is offline
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Default PDP x7

This is a pretty good mid-range set with the right heads and good mics this set will sound great.
Normally I have these triggered up
(hence the amount of stuff in the drums, I am also waiting on the matching second bass drum.
My camera is not the best but hey, thanks for taking a look. And don't mind the carpet lol,
it was in the house when we moved
so I decided why not use some of it for the basement to put my drums on?
If I were rich, I buy a new one but ya gotta work with what you have :)
Hardware :
Gibraltar Rack
Random stands
Pedals :
Axis AL-2's or Pearl Eliminators (depending on the day)
Cymbals are mixed, 14in in mixed hi-hats: an old Paiste and Ziljian put together it sounds really good in my opinion.
12in Wuhan China, 18 in Paiste Nova china, 16in no-name splash/crash (which I've owned shamelessly for 8 years this thing sounds wonderful lol)
22in Sabian HH Powerbell ride, 19in AAX Crash I've got a bunch of other older cymbals
But I don't use them much so Until I take pictures of them all set up this is it.

And my two favorite cymbals
Sabian HH Hand-Hammered 22in powerbell ride

Sabian AAX 19in Crash

THANKS for taking a look!!!
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Old 07-28-2010, 03:56 PM
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I like the kit. Why do you have your floor toms upside down?
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Old 07-30-2010, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by TTNW View Post
I like the kit. Why do you have your floor toms upside down?
I just noticed that. Might wanna fix that, 614.

Nice kit though, I like the finish.
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Old 07-31-2010, 06:05 PM
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Holy crap thats a lot of muffling in the bass drums!!

Have you ever thought of using the Axis E-Kit triggers?

Great looking kit, can't wait to see it with the matching bass drum!

do you have any clips of your playing?

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Old 08-01-2010, 06:29 AM
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like the finish.....................
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Old 08-09-2010, 01:57 AM
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Yeah, I shortly realized that I put the heads on backwards lol silly me.

I've got the muffling in the bass drums for my triggers, plus it makes it less noisy.
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