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Old 04-15-2011, 05:05 AM
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Thanks.
No - I opted not to go with the cymbal mount or the rail mount. They are nice but I have a 20" bd that has those features (58 Gretsch kit) and I thought, with the small 18" bd, I would like to keep it simple and clean....Besides, if it really bugs me later on and I want to add those features I can do that.

The surprise is something from Fred Gretsch & everybody that worked on them. I kind of know what it is but I won't say until the drums actually arrive.

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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 04-16-2011, 05:27 PM
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Here are my Gretsch kits:
Renown 20,12,14,14sn
RB 20,12,14,14sn
70's SSB 22,13,16
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Old 04-18-2011, 06:15 AM
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hey everyone, new to the forums. this is my CCJ that i got off of eBay a while back. anyone know if it's a custom wrap? I don't see it on the Gretsch site
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Old 04-18-2011, 07:38 AM
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hey everyone, new to the forums. this is my CCJ that i got off of eBay a while back. anyone know if it's a custom wrap? I don't see it on the Gretsch site
Hello, highpolymer. Welcome. This is one of those limited sets offered through some stores and so does not figure in Gretsch catalogue. Very nice, indeed. Cheers.
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:38 PM
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this is my kit read my other post!!! for sale or trade with cash for noble cooley
another usa custom gretsch kits this is a killer kit comes with matching cases
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Old 04-26-2011, 08:57 PM
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hey everyone, new to the forums. this is my CCJ that i got off of eBay a while back. anyone know if it's a custom wrap? I don't see it on the Gretsch site
I believe this was some limited offer wrap. I think this because at my local drum shop there is one of those cat club jazz kits in that wrap, and it had some tag on it that said, like, there were only 80 produced or something.
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Old 04-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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Here are mine...

2006 Gretsch Catalina Rock in Black Sparkle
26" Bass, 12" & 13" mounted tom
16", 18" Floor toms
17 & 19 Sabian AAX Xplosion Crash
22 AAX Metal Ride
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:21 AM
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My drums arrived today and the surprise is that Fred Gretsch and Paul Cooper the Production Manager signed each of my drums. That was a very nice touch.

I only had time to unpack them so far. Here they are fresh out of the box next to my 125th Anniversary RB snare with the same finish. Like I said earlier...I asked if they could put round badges on these three drums. I was told they could not do that. Round Badge drums are a special production saved for Anniversary drums now. I really like the look of the Drop G badges too - classy I think.

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The surprise is something from Fred Gretsch & everybody that worked on them. I kind of know what it is but I won't say until the drums actually arrive.
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realy nice vintage looking kit. The round badges would of been cool, but the 70's badges are nice too. I sold a vintage Gretsch drumstick dispaly box to guy in BC It would of went well with that kit, had a similar kit painted on the sheet metal.
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Old 05-07-2011, 08:22 PM
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Catalina Maple - Deep Amber finish.

I've been keeping it at a four piece for quite some time now. When I gig with my jazz combo, I'll usually switch to using a 16" bass drum, hats, snare and the crash.

8" x 10"
14" x 14"
18" x 22"

6" x 14" Snare
5" x 12" Snare - Sonor Force 3007

14" AA Fusion Hats
18" Vault Fierce Crash
21" Signature Tri-Top Ride

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Old 05-08-2011, 05:18 PM
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Stixnergard, 3 Gretsch kits, a Spaun kit out back, do you own a museum? Nice collection.
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:42 AM
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My 2009 Renowns in Diamond Fire wrap. 14" tom not shown. Snare is 6 1/2" Dynasonic. I like 'em. I like 'em a lot!
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:57 AM
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Phil ! That is one awesome looking kit! It's stunning in the photos it must be over-the-top beautiful in real life.
Just WOW man! I know how nice Renowns sound - I own a Purewood kit. That has got to be one of the nicest sparkle finishes I've ever seen.

VERY COOL!
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Old 05-09-2011, 12:59 PM
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My 2009 Renowns in Diamond Fire wrap. 14" tom not shown. Snare is 6 1/2" Dynasonic. I like 'em. I like 'em a lot!
Wow. Stunning finish, probably the most visually striking sparkle I've seen. Great kit!
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Old 05-09-2011, 02:22 PM
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Beautiful colour, nice 5-piece set...love at first sight!
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Old 05-09-2011, 03:48 PM
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Thank you for the kind words. I became interested in Renowns after all the comments I read here. Wandered down to the local drum shop and there they were. I planned to compare them to some other kits, but after playing them a couple of minutes, I just went to the salesman and said, "Don't wrap 'em...I'll wear 'em home." I've been gigging my Sonors in some tiny clubs lately, but I will take them to a larger club in about two weeks and let them rip. Not enough room on the stage to use the 14 and 16" toms, so the 14" stays in the closet for this gig. And it's just about two weeks before I pick a 1975 Rogers Londener V in Spanish Gold. The kit looks like it has never been played. Then I have to deal with the problem of having three kits in a very, very tiny flat. Guess I really don't need a couch, chair or tv anymore.
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Very nice. I haven't seen that color before on Renowns. I am officially jealous.
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:07 PM
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Very nice. I haven't seen that color before on Renowns. I am officially jealous.
Ahem...if memory serves me, you are the proud owner of a '57 Renown, so who you kiddin' about being jealous? :) You and Kona have been the cause of many a sleepless night for me!

Just for grins, I wrote to Gretsch customer service to ask how many kits were made in Diamond Fire, but I never got an answer.
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No I own a Cherry burst Renown set. The 1957 is just a dream. Check the first post on this thread.
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Old 05-10-2011, 01:10 AM
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No I own a Cherry burst Renown set. The 1957 is just a dream. Check the first post on this thread.
Doggone it...I should've double-checked before I wrote. :)
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Old 05-10-2011, 02:04 AM
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Not a problem. I had the 1957 for avatar for a while but it was just teasing me.
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Old 05-10-2011, 04:40 AM
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I've not seen the 57Renown in real life. I've talked to people (Gretsch Forum) that have bought them and were not disappointed. They look pretty nice...especially to an ole past 57 Chevy owner like me - two of em! My first one cost me under $300 in 1968 - a red/white 4dr ht 283ci....what a car! But.....the 2dr ht Belair was what everyone wanted...283 or 327......I'm off topic haha. The 57Renowns are beauties.
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GRETSCH CATALINA CLUB 24 - RED SPARKLE

Futs:
24 x 18
14 x 5.5
13 x 9
16 x 16
18 x 16


-Remo Emperor 13",16",18" (Tom)
-Remo Emperor X 14" (Caisse Claire)
-Moongel


Cymbals:
-Zildjian 10" A Custom Splash
-Zildjian 14" Hi- Hat Avedis New Beat
-Zildjian 18" A Custom Crash
-Zildjian 18" A Custom China
-Zildjian 19" K Custom Hybrid Crash
-Zildjian 22" A Custom Ride

Pedals:
-DW 5000 AD3 -
-DW 3500 - Pédal Hi-Hat

Stand Cymbale
-DW 9710 Pro (Crash)
-DW 5710 (China)
-DW 5710 (Ride)
-Pearl CH70 (Splash)

Cloche:
-Pearl Fusion 6 + Support Gilbratar

Throne:
-Pearl

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-Vater 5B Rock + Support Vater




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Catalina Club Rock with 26" Bass, Gibraltar Stealth racks and Zildjian Pitch Blacks



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and Zildjian Pitch Blacks
Eh... How do you like 'em?
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Hey Beautiful Kits everyone!!!

Here is my Red Sparkle Catalina Jazz, Gibraltar Hardware and Sabian xs20 cymbals (xs20's were bought for their sound and not the price surprisingly)
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Eh... How do you like 'em?
Funny, was wondering how long it would take for that one! lol
I bought the full set(7 cymbals) from a guy on C's.L.literally untouched-I mean not a single stick mark or finger print anywhere and sales stickers still attached underneath!

Seems as though he read the infamous bashing before trying them out,and put them up for next to nothing- hoping an unknowing sucker like me (who knew nothing about them)would come along.

So,I get home and throw these supposed sonic version of an AMC Pacer on this set, fully expecting them to sound like the garbage can lids,from Stomp! and summoned up Led Zep 1


After playing through "Communication Breakdown" and "Good Times Bad Times"
I paused,thought for a moment,smiled and said F-yeah! these sound like cymbals! totally appropriate for Zeppelin and the like

That being said, when the paint starts to wear (as I'm sure it will eventually) I'll remove the black.and get what will be the Zildjian sound I know is underneath.

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My cool little Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz kit. It sounds quite good although it was not too expensive. Drum on!
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Old 05-13-2011, 01:20 AM
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Love the kit. But don't like the R2D2 cymbal mount. Not to sure about the amount of weight on the small bass drum either. Lots of opinions on drums and tom mounts but this seems over kill to me. But if they sound good, Gretsch On.
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Old 05-16-2011, 02:39 AM
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I have removed one of the cymbal arms and the Jam Block from the tom holder, so now it only has the 12" tom on one side and a cymbal arm on the other. Peace and goodwill.
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Here's how my Gretsch Renown in Dark Walnut will look after this summer.
I'll add on drums from my original Jazz-set, sizes 18" x 14, 14" x 14", 12" x 8" and then 24" x 16" and 16" x 16". The 13" x 9" from the Rock-set will be resting, sold, or made something good of.
Cymbals, all Zildjian:
15" K Light hi-hat
24" K Light ride
21" Sweet Ride
...I threw in a 18" K-Custom Dark, but there's no need for it.

Left side, the small kit, includes:
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Here's how my Gretsch Renown in Dark Walnut will look after this summer.
I'll add on drums from my original Jazz-set, sizes 18" x 14, 14" x 14", 12" x 8" and then 24" x 16" and 16" x 16". The 13" x 9" from the Rock-set will be resting, sold, or made something good of.
Cymbals, all Zildjian:
15" K Light hi-hat
24" K Light ride
21" Sweet Ride
...I threw in a 18" K-Custom Dark, but there's no need for it.

Left side, the small kit, includes:
22" K Light Ride
14" New Beats
A bit of a Steve Jordan influence, perhaps?
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A bit of a Steve Jordan influence, perhaps?
...you bet!
And Ronnie Vannucci, for gods sake!
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Gretsch Catalina Rock
Zildjian Armand 14" HH
Med-thin crash 16"
Vintage & Cie ride 20"
Splash 8"
Sweet Ride 21"
Swish Knocker 22"

Current heads are Evans GPlus Coated over Gplus Clear, EQ2 and Eq3 reso on the bass...
snare in pictures is a 70s Acrolite

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Here's how my Gretsch Renown in Dark Walnut will look after this summer.
I'll add on drums from my original Jazz-set, sizes 18" x 14, 14" x 14", 12" x 8" and then 24" x 16" and 16" x 16". The 13" x 9" from the Rock-set will be resting, sold, or made something good of.
Cymbals, all Zildjian:
15" K Light hi-hat
24" K Light ride
21" Sweet Ride
...I threw in a 18" K-Custom Dark, but there's no need for it.

Left side, the small kit, includes:
22" K Light Ride
14" New Beats
I hope you dont pull a groin muscle stretching between the two bass drums
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Old 06-27-2011, 05:56 PM
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One of the more recent I have of my 2009 Renown maple kit in autumn burst finish...

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Old 06-28-2011, 01:50 AM
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That looks nice. And extra points for having a color coordinated carpet.
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I am new here. This is My 2011 Gretsch Renown Maple Cobalt Fade. Fusion sizes. Pearl 900 series stands. 1991 premier high hat stand and metal snare. 2010 speed cobra





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Nice Cobalt Fade kit. Love my Renowns, too!

Here is my Cherry Burst kit on an outdoor gig from last month. I go back and forth from a 4 piece to a 5 or 6 piece depending on my mood.



Same kit, as a 5 piece. Ignore my messy garage!


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Old 09-27-2011, 07:54 PM
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Hello all, new here well at least registered now. I have popped in here over the years to drool. I have not played in about 16 years until I saw these on CL.
Catalina Club Jazz kit in Mahogany in Marine Pearl. Can any of you help me to figure out the age of these. The guy I got them from said 20+ years. They are not in production anymore. I absolutely dig these things, they look and sound great, the snare not so much.
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