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Old 09-28-2011, 01:50 AM
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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.
Thanks for any info that you can provide.
Gretsch stopped using the single club date style lugs on the Catalina kits maybe 6-7 years ago, not 20, nice kit, enjoy
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Old 09-28-2011, 05:28 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.
Thanks for any info that you can provide.
Very nice. Interesting. A have a more recent Gretsch marine pearl. Curious as to how much you paid for these? Good luck.
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:51 AM
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Stixnergard2....6-7 years??? really...wow...i gotta do some more investigation about this

larryz... just less than 400

thanks guys
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Old 10-07-2011, 06:57 PM
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My new Cat Maples. Dark Cherry Burst. Great sounding drums and superbly crafted.





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Old 10-12-2011, 12:42 AM
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My Gretsch USA Custom (Limited 2010)

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Old 10-12-2011, 03:14 AM
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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.
Thanks for any info that you can provide.
Hi Sportyridr,

Beautiful kit there !

btw - the "Catalina Club Jazz kit in Mahogany in Marine Pearl" (and other colours) are still in production but they have different lugs to yours.
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Old 10-29-2011, 01:59 PM
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Gretsch Renown Oak. Paid USD 1,639.- for a brand new set. Shipping was USD 800 to Malaysia. I can't complaint about that deal!
The drums are flawless inside and outside and really beautiful tool.
They sound really powerful with a nice sustain on the toms.
I am short of cymbal stands and the silly mounting of the splashes will be fixed soon.
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Old 10-29-2011, 04:01 PM
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That's great, another Purewood Oak owner!
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:12 AM
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Hi Sportyridr,

Beautiful kit there !

btw - the "Catalina Club Jazz kit in Mahogany in Marine Pearl" (and other colours) are still in production but they have different lugs to yours.
Thanks Herc...really enjoying them, more so after a 17 year hiatus...I need a few cymbals and some new heads but all in all very happy

I do have a question though, maybe I should post elsewhere on the site, if so let me know, I am thinking about an evans emad2 bass skin & evans clear hydraulics or remo pin stripe on toms and for snare an Evans EC Reverse Dot Snare Edge Control Drumhead, do you Gretsch guys with Mahogany shells have any input?

I am NOT a jazz player, mostly southern rock, country and str8 up rock...I don't want anything with fast attack...I just want to blend in and have some really nice tone...but when I step up they will be there and be heard.

Thoughts?...thanks in advance
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:13 AM
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My Gretsch USA Custom (Limited 2010)

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Old 11-02-2011, 03:20 AM
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Old 12-26-2011, 09:17 PM
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Late to the party but here goes.

Gretsch Renown 3 piece (24x16, 13x9, 16x16) in Deep Inca Gold Sparkle.
DW Craviotto steam bent snare (14x5.5)
Paiste 802 hats, ZIldjian ZBT ride (which I don't much like).
Pearl Demon Drive (which I like a whole lot).

Since then I've added a Zildjian A Custom projection crash.

This is my first kit- I really love it.
I'm a beginner but learning fast.


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Old 12-26-2011, 10:14 PM
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Late to the party but here goes.

Gretsch Renown 3 piece (24x16, 13x9, 16x16) in Deep Inca Gold Sparkle.
DW Craviotto steam bent snare (14x5.5)
Paiste 802 hats, ZIldjian ZBT ride (which I don't much like).

Since then I've added a Zildjian A Custom projection crash.

This is my first kit- I really love it.
I'm a beginner but learning fast.

A Craviotto as first snare? Sick man... but I wouldn't pair a highest end snare with lowest bottom ride. ;)
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Old 12-26-2011, 10:21 PM
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A Craviotto as first snare? Sick man... but I wouldn't pair a highest end snare with lowest bottom ride. ;)
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Thanks man- yeah love the Crav.

I'm replacing the ride as soon as I can.
It was the first thing I bought, before I knew any better.
It is a REALLY boring sounding ride.
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Old 12-26-2011, 10:21 PM
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That's great, another Purewood Oak owner!
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Old 12-27-2011, 03:14 PM
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WOW!!! That looks like a great Ludwig kit in the background! Tell us about THAT!
Thanks man. Here's the thread... http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=84160
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Old 12-28-2011, 02:34 AM
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Old 01-07-2012, 04:19 AM
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Here's my new Blackhawk 3H Fusion (with lefty setup)
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Old 01-07-2012, 08:18 PM
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I like this. Sizes? Model? How do you like the kick port?
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Old 01-07-2012, 10:42 PM
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I like this. Sizes? Model? How do you like the kick port?
Thank you, Adam!
It's a Gretsch Renown Jazz with maple shells in Dark Walnut (but my finish seems to be more beautiful than other, it's unique, more like the USA Custom walnut than Renown walnut). The Renowns jazz kits are specials in Europe. I guess they could sell for pretty much in America since they're based on USA Customs, but at an affordable price.

The kick port doesn't make as much difference, it's nice to have if you'll mic it. I got a pillow inside it also, so it ruins the purpose. Hehe...
I've heard it on other drums, and it's very individual, gives a nice punchy low-end sound. :)
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:22 PM
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Thank you, Adam!
It's a Gretsch Renown Jazz with maple shells in Dark Walnut (but my finish seems to be more beautiful than other, it's unique, more like the USA Custom walnut than Renown walnut). The Renowns jazz kits are specials in Europe. I guess they could sell for pretty much in America since they're based on USA Customs, but at an affordable price.

The kick port doesn't make as much difference, it's nice to have if you'll mic it. I got a pillow inside it also, so it ruins the purpose. Hehe...
I've heard it on other drums, and it's very individual, gives a nice punchy low-end sound. :)
I really wish Gretsch would sell the Renown Jazz configuration in the US, or at least make the 18" bass drums available for individual purchase. I'd snatch one up in a heartbeat.
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:22 PM
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I really wish Gretsch would sell the Renown Jazz configuration in the US, or at least make the 18" bass drums available for individual purchase. I'd snatch one up in a heartbeat.
It's weird that they don't, since the Catalina is such a huge success. The nearest to USA Custom you have is the New Classic's, I guess. But those we have too.

I can tell you - they sound phenomenal!
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Old 01-10-2012, 09:39 PM
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My Gretsch New Classics came yesterday.

The Vinnie Colaiuta Signature Millennium Maple Snare I've had since they came out.

In about 10 more weeks I'll have a USA Custom Snare with the same finish (it's on order).
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Dmacc, sizes please....
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Thank you, Adam!
It's a Gretsch Renown Jazz with maple shells in Dark Walnut (but my finish seems to be more beautiful than other, it's unique, more like the USA Custom walnut than Renown walnut). The Renowns jazz kits are specials in Europe. I guess they could sell for pretty much in America since they're based on USA Customs, but at an affordable price.
Here´s the link for European catalogue (and don't forget turn off the volume) http://www.mygretschdrums.eu/

Nice kit, by the way, Cameo. I think walnut finish is the prettiest of Renown line available in Europe.
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:04 AM
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Dmacc, sizes please....
Sure....

Bass - 14x18
Tom - 8x12
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:37 AM
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Thank you... Long decision between this or a set of the USA Customs. Just couldn't justify it. The cost differential is enough left over to pay a years worth of tuition for my daughter's school.

My lovely wife kept trying to get me to go all the way with the USA's but I settled on the snare drum instead.

They sound and feel magnificent.
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Gretsch USA Custom in Savanah Sunset (14x5.5, 20, 12, 14, 16) shown with Ludwig Classic Maple Snare Drum (14x6.5 with a millennium throw-off, internal muffler and tube lugs (#LS403TX0m).

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Gretsch USA Custom in Savanah Sunset (14x5.5, 20, 12, 14, 16) shown with Ludwig Classic Maple Snare Drum (14x6.5 with a millennium throw-off, internal muffler and tube lugs (#LS403TX0m).
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Oh my, that's crazy! Love the hammer marks on the cymbals. Looks classy with no logos.
Which of the Spizzes was the new one you was expecting? :)
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Oh my, that's crazy! Love the hammer marks on the cymbals. Looks classy with no logos.
Which of the Spizzes was the new one you was expecting? :)
The 22" Spizzichino (2338 gm) swish is the new one I just received. Here are some more hammer marks! You can just see the stamp at approximately 2 pm.

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The 22" Spizzichino (2338 gm) swish is the new one I just received. Here are some more hammer marks! You can just see the stamp at approximately 2 pm.

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Spizzichino - very nice indeed.
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Spizzichino - very nice indeed.
Such a sad recent loss.
Yeah, Roberto created some nice cymbals and drums; he is gone but his legacy will be enjoyed by many.

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This is my late 50's (1960 maybe?) Gold Sparkle 4pc with the 12" tom taken out and replaced - for a while - with a 50's Cadillac Green 9x13 tom I bought just before Christmas. It's the real deal with 24K Gold Hardware. I think it likes its new found friends.......20bd, 14 floor and 5.514 snare.

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This is my late 50's (1960 maybe?) Gold Sparkle 4pc with the 12" tom taken out and replaced - for a while - with a 50's Cadillac Green 9x13 tom I bought just before Christmas. It's the real deal with 24K Gold Hardware. I think it likes its new found friends.......20bd, 14 floor and 5.514 snare.

I like Gold and Green
That is awesome. I'd love to play that set for a little while.
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My Catalina Maple. Despite what I've heard, these drums sound GREAT for metal!
14x6 snare
8x7 tom
10x8 tom
12x9 tom
14x14 tom
16x16 tom
22x18 bass drum x2
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20" Zildjian Oriental China Trash
21" Zildjian Z3 Mega Bell Ride
19" Zildjian A Custom Projection Crash
12" Zildjian ZBT Splash
13" Zildjian A Custom cymbal of some sort that I got for $50 at a flea market
14" Zildjian Pitch Black HiHats
20" Zildjian ZBT Ride
All mounted on a Gibraltar double bass rack, with Axis A-L Longboards. I have replaced the heads since this picture, too.

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Here is my Catalina Club Jazz kit again. The hardware setup is better, and I got rid of that GTS tom mount. The 12" tom sounds much better like this. The snare is a Pacific SX. Since these picture were taken, I obtained a Mapex Saturn snare. Also, I am using different crash cymbals now. Peace and goodwill.
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Wow I really like gretsch drums. If I didn't already play yamaha, and obviously couldn't afford sonor, Id go gretsch. I played a set of renown maples that sounded killer! Granted, not better than my RCs, but still, great drums.
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