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Old 10-30-2010, 10:26 AM
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Been workin on this set for a while now... finally coming together nicely.

It's a Gretsch Renown Maple in Silver Slate Sparkle
22x20 Bass Drum: Evans EQ3 Batter/Evans Retro Screen Front
12x9 Rack Tom: Evans G2 Clear Batter/G1 Clear Reso
16x16 Floor Tom: Evans G2 Clear Batter/G1 Clear Reso
Ludwig Black Magic 14x6.5 Steel Snare: Evans Power Center/Hazy 300
Paiste 18" Signature Power Crash
Paiste 21" Signature Dry Heavy Ride
Paiste 13" Signature Sound Edge Hats
Pearl Eliminator Doubles
All other hardware Pearl

My next additions are gonna be a 10x8 Rack Tom, a 14x14 Floor Tom (I like the 2 up/2 down config). Then eventually an 18" and 16" full crash, 20" thin china, and some splashes, all paiste signatures so it'll be plenty wallet draining :P
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:53 PM
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Also I wanna get some opinions...

If I got the 10 and 14" toms in Inca Gold Sparkle (found some on eBay) it would be quite a bit cheaper for me than to special order them in Silver Slate. Do you think that would look bad haha? Color isn't a HUGE deal to me... I'm about sound, but I don't want something that looks horrible. I think it might look cool it would be alternating gold/silver/gold/silver, and both are sparkle finishes.

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Old 11-01-2010, 04:16 AM
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Also I wanna get some opinions...

If I got the 10 and 14" toms in Inca Gold Sparkle (found some on eBay) it would be quite a bit cheaper for me than to special order them in Silver Slate. Do you think that would look bad haha? Color isn't a HUGE deal to me... I'm about sound, but I don't want something that looks horrible. I think it might look cool it would be alternating gold/silver/gold/silver, and both are sparkle finishes.

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What about getting the matching ones one at a time? I know I would be ultimately be happier with matching toms even if it cost more and took longer to acquire.
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Old 11-05-2010, 12:41 AM
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Very nice kits! I didn't see any mention of Hannah Ford. Gretsch is one of her endorsers and she has a VERY nice kit. I saw her at the 07' and 10' Chicago Drum Show. She's worth checking out! http://hannahforddrums.com/index.html
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Old 11-10-2010, 04:42 PM
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Loads of really great looking Gretsch sets, Hannah Ford's kit is pretty awsome! I used to have a Gretsch Renown maple in cherry burst finish and it looked great. Always impressed by what Gretsch comes out with.
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Old 11-11-2010, 03:33 AM
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Some beautiful kits there fellow Gretschies. Here is one of my CC:

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Old 11-11-2010, 03:49 AM
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Very nice. Love the wooden snare hoops.
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Old 11-11-2010, 04:18 AM
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Some recent pict of my 1974 kit.
I play it as a four piece these days.
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Old 11-11-2010, 04:46 AM
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Some recent pict of my 1974 kit.
I play it as a four piece these days.
Now THAT is sweet! Verry nice! Jasper shells?
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Old 11-11-2010, 05:05 AM
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Now THAT is sweet! Verry nice! Jasper shells?
I don't really know what shells they are. The kit was originally a seven piece with four concert toms. I added reso heads to the toms a few years ago.
I like the 9x13 rack tom the best so I play it as a 4 piece.
This kit was made right before Wurlitzer bought Gretsch so the serial numbers are blacked out. Wurlitzer didn't want to warranty any drums that were in stock when they bought Gretsch so they blacked out the numbers on the tags inside the shells.
The shells are silver sealed inside with no re-rings. The bearing edges are rounded.
The outer shell is Rosewood finish. The color has darkened over the years.
When I drilled the shells for the reso lugs the wood was dark. I assume that it is mahogany.

I bought the kit new. We didn't think about things like Jasper shells and wood type back then.
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Old 11-11-2010, 05:13 AM
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I don't really know what shells they are. The kit was originally a seven piece with four concert toms. I added reso heads to the toms a few years ago.
I like the 9x13 rack tom the best so I play it as a 4 piece.
This kit was made right before Wurlitzer bought Gretsch so the serial numbers are blacked out. Wurlitzer didn't want to warranty any drums that were in stock when they bought Gretsch so they blacked out the numbers on the tags inside the shells.
The shells are silver sealed inside with no re-rings. The bearing edges are rounded.
The outer shell is Rosewood finish. The color has darkened over the years.
When I drilled the shells for the reso lugs the wood was dark. I assume that it is mahogany.
Whatever the shells are made from.. they are nicey-nice!
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Old 11-17-2010, 04:20 PM
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Gretsch Catalina Birch circa 2005
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Old 11-17-2010, 04:31 PM
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Lovely kit! I have been a huge fan of the Cat birch!
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Old 11-19-2010, 04:46 PM
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New guy here. Love my Gretsch drums. I have played all different brands, and I like these the best!!! Here is my Ebony Mist laquer kit. Jasper shells, from the early 90's. 8x12, 9x13 toms, 14x14, and 16x16 floor toms, 14x22 bass drum, and 16x20 virgin bass drum, 6.5x14 snare. 13x15 floor tom is on the way!!!

Also, have a 2005 USA custom kit in Green Sparkle. 8.5x13, 14x15 floor tom, and 14x20 bass drum.


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Old 11-20-2010, 07:02 AM
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hello NJGretsch ...Have you "cut" the first tom?????????
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Old 11-27-2010, 03:57 PM
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:28 AM
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how do you like that Paiste black alpha?
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Old 11-28-2010, 06:38 AM
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New guy here. Love my Gretsch drums. I have played all different brands, and I like these the best!!! Here is my Ebony Mist laquer kit. Jasper shells, from the early 90's. 8x12, 9x13 toms, 14x14, and 16x16 floor toms, 14x22 bass drum, and 16x20 virgin bass drum, 6.5x14 snare. 13x15 floor tom is on the way!!!

Also, have a 2005 USA custom kit in Green Sparkle. 8.5x13, 14x15 floor tom, and 14x20 bass drum.


That is an incredibly classy kit my friend!! How do you like the 14x20" Bass drum?

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Old 11-30-2010, 02:15 AM
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Finally!!! the finished kit with the addition of the 10in tom. The tom interior shot shows the color after it was sealed.
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Old 12-24-2010, 07:17 AM
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Hey people! Just decided I'd take some pictures of my drums!
DRUMS
Grestch Catalina Maple
Snare- 14x6
Piccolo Snare- 13x3
Bass- 22x18
Tom- 12x9
Floor- 14x14
HARDWARE
DW 5000 single pedal
Rogers 1960's Hat Stand
All Stands are Gibraltar booms
Snare Stands are both Gibraltar
HEADS
Remo PS3 on snare Batter
Remo Hazy on snare Reso
Remo Coated Ambassadors on all tom Batters
Remo Clear Ambassadors on all tom Resos
Bass PS3 batter
Logo head Bass Reso
CYMBALS
Z Custom 16" Rock Crash
Z Custom 19" Medium Crash
A Custom 21" Medium Ride
17" K China
12" K Splash
14" A Series New Beat Hats
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LP Black Beauty Cowbell
Pulse Tambourine
DW cymbal nuts on all
RoadRunner Stick Bag
DW Felts and Cymbal Sleeves
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Catalina Maple Tabacco Fade 12in tom/16in tom/22in bass
Snare- 14x6.5Tama Metalworks w/ Die Cast Hoops
Cymbals- Sabian 14in AAX X-Celerators
14in AAX Mini Chinese
18in HHX Power Crash
18in AAX Stage Crash
21in AA Rock Ride
Zildjian 18in A Custom Fast Crash



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I updated my kit from the previous pics below.
Gretsch Catalina Maple
DRUMS

10x8 Tom
12x9 Tom
14x14 Floor Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
13x7 Snare- Pork Pie Little Squealer Vented
13x3.5 Piccolo Snare- No Name (sounds awesome)
CYMBALS
Z Custom 16" Rock Crash
Z Custom 19" Medium Crash
A Custom 21" Medium Ride
K China 17"
K Splash 12"
A Series New Beats 14"
HEADS
Remo Coated Ambassadors for batter on Toms
Remo Clear Ambassadors for Reso on Toms
Remo PS3 Batter on Bass
Remo Coated Ambassador for Reso on Bass
Remo Coated Emperor on both Snares
Remo Diplomat Hazy Snare Side for Reso on Snares
HARDWARE
DW 5000 2 leg hat stand
DW 5000 Single bass pedal
Gibraltar Snare stands for both snares
Gibraltar cymbal stands and clamps
ACCESSORIES
Pulse Tambourine
LP Black Beauty Cowbell
RoadRunner Stick Bag
Zildjian 5B sticks and other NoName 5A Sticks
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:52 PM
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looks like joey is suddenly a proud owner
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Old 12-31-2010, 12:11 AM
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I thought that I'd throw mine on here while I still have them.

Gretsch Renown series in a Cherry Burst finish.

22"x 18" Bass drum

8" x 7", 10" x 8", and 12" x 9" rack toms

14" x 14" and 16" x 16" floor toms

14" x 5 1/2" matching snare

Cymbals are all Sabian HHX Evolutions except for my right hand ride wich is a Hand Hammered 21" Raw Bell Dry ride. Since these pictures were taken, I've added a 10" Evolution splash above and in between the 14" and 16" floor toms.

The throne is made by Tama and all other hardware is either Tama or Ludwig. The pedal shown is a Pearl Eliminator, but a year ago it was replaced with a Trick Pro1V.













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Old 12-31-2010, 12:14 AM
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My exact set minus the 16 floor tom. Very nice.
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OK here's my Gretsch Catalina Birch, cleaned up, tuned up and set up with new hats and a new ride. I just LOVE the sound! It's my first acoustic kit and I can't stay off it.

New Remo Pinstripe heads on the toms, factory originals on the rest. New crashes to follow but here are the current vital stats:

Shells

• Gretsch Catalina Birch (2008) – Cherry Red – 7 ply 7mm
o 22” x 18” Bass Drum
o 16” x 16” Floor Tom
o 13” x 9” Mid Tom
o 12” x 8” High Tom
o 14” x 5.5” Snare

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• Gibraltar 4600 Standard Series Hardware Pack:
o 4609 boom stand
o 4610 straight cymbal stand
o 4607 hi-hat stand
o 4606 snare stand
• Pearl 900 Series Single Bass Drum Pedal
• Sonor MBS 173 Mini Boom Stand


Cymbals

• 14” Dream Contact Hi-Hats
• 20” Istanbul Agop Alchemy Rock Ride
• 16" Flats Arbiter Crash
• 18" Ride Flats Arbiter (substitute crash)






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Old 01-15-2011, 05:17 PM
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Very nice indeed. Welcome to the Gretsch Family.
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Hey thanks Gruntersdad :)
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I just added a second drum set to my studio: Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz drums in gloss natural finish. It's a small, easy-to-transport kit that will fit in my car, enabling me to play local gigs while keeping my huge, double-bass Yamaha Recording Custom kit in the studio for my drum students, for rehearsals and for recordings.

This small but powerful drum set sounds--in a word--sweet!





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Wish I still had these
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Hi there this are my gretsch kit well the others got sold and the beutifull broadkaster still
have and thinking of selling it or trading it for another USA custom gretsch kit show me what you got serjaz25@gmail or call me 956 5609750
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Here's my Cat Maple! We've been together about 4 months now and each day is better than the last.
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Catalina Jazz in Red Rustic Pearl
About my snare stand(?)
My band-mates in their infinite wisdom moved my snare stand to our other rehearsal space, so I had to improvise!
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I ordered this a few weeks ago.
Paul Cooper at the Gretsch factory posted this photo of my drums on the Gretsch Drum Forum today.

Gretsch USA Custom 18/12/14 in Champagne Sparkle
Vintage BD Spurs/Naked BD/Vintage BD T-Rods&Claws and Vintage FT Leg Plates.
A couple of other special features that will be a surprise when the drums arrive.

I have a Gretsch 4.5x14 snare drum in Champagne Sparkle (125th Anniversary) that I can use with these drums.

I don't have any idea of the time it will take for them to get from the Gretsch factory in Ridgeland SC to Long&McQuade Music in Nanaimo BC Canada. I'm ejoying the wait so far.........part of the fun is the anticipation.
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A couple of other special features that will be a surprise when the drums arrive.
Are those special features BD cymbal mount and Maxwell's rail consolette, maybe?
Man, this set is stuning! Very good taste. Congratulations.
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Old 04-14-2011, 11:44 PM
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Love the set. Love the color. Love the retro lugs and t_rods. Nice job Kona.
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