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Old 01-27-2011, 02:17 PM
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Default Yamaha Stage Custom+Sabian B8s(sigh..)

All of my drums are Yamaha Stage Custom 100% Birch.(Unless otherwise noted)
Specs:
10x7 Rack Tom
14x14 Floor Tom
20x17 Bass Drum
14x6.5 Ludwig Black Magic Stainless Steel Snare Drum

All Remo Coated Emps on the batter side, and Coated Ambs on the Resonant side on all drums except for the Bass Drum (Stock Yamaha Heads) and the Snare (Stock Luddie Heads)

14" Powerbeat(?) Hats
18" Sabian B8 Crash/Ride
20" Sabian Ride

Also on the floor I've got:
14x5.5 Yamaha Stage Custom Steel Snare Drum
12x8 Rack Tom
and a 10" Sabian B8 Splash



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Old 01-28-2011, 04:24 AM
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Default Re: Yamaha Stage Custom+Sabian B8s(sigh..)

Nice looking kit! I love the color, and I think the Yamaha Stage Customs are great kits. Maybe overlooked a little, which is too bad, because the build quality and sound is really good.

I also really dig the Black Magic snare. I almost bought one myself a couple weeks ago. How do you have yours tuned?
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Old 01-28-2011, 01:03 PM
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Default Re: Yamaha Stage Custom+Sabian B8s(sigh..)

I've got my batter head somewhere around a C, and my resonant head someplace around a G. The result is a nike quick crack or pop depending on how tight the snares are, which I always mess around with while I'm playing.
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