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Old 06-14-2011, 01:23 PM
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Hi! I have an account in this forum for a while now but never had the time to post about my drums.. So here you have it! =D

Sonor Force 3007's in Brown Sunburst :
10 x 7 Rack Tom
12 x 7 Rack Tom
14 x 12 Floor tom
16 x 14 Floor Tom
16 x 16 Jungle Bass Drum [not pictured]
22 x 20 Bass Drum

p/s: It's actually a Sonor F3007 Jungle Set plus Sonor F3007 Rock set, that's why i get the sizes that way. =P

Snares :
13 x 7 Collector's Series Top Edge Snare in Natural Satin Oil w/ MAG Throw, 3P Butt Plate and Yamaha Groove Wedge
10 x 2 Sonor Jungle Snare Drum

Heads:
Toms : Evans EC2 SST Clear on the batter, G1 clears on the resonants
Snares : Remo Ambassador Coated on the batter, Remo Ambassador Snare on the resonant
Bass : Evans EMAD2 on the batter (22 inch), Evans Hydraulics on the batter (16 inch) and Remo Clear PS3's on the resonants

Cymbals [Sabian]:
18" Vault Artisan Crash
18" HHX Evolution O-Zone Crash
21" HHX RBDR
14" HHX Stage Hats
11" AAXplosion Splash

Hardware [90% Yamaha]:
Yamaha Cymbal stands, snare stands, hat stands and pedals.
Pork Pie throne.
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Old 06-14-2011, 02:27 PM
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Ah man, sweet set! Loving the cymbals, that Artisan crash must be butter!

How does that Top Edge snare go? X-shell plus brass would be a pretty mean combination.
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Old 06-14-2011, 06:18 PM
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Ah man, sweet set! Loving the cymbals, that Artisan crash must be butter!

How does that Top Edge snare go? X-shell plus brass would be a pretty mean combination.
ya! love the sound of that Artisan! But it can't really cut through the mix that i'm playing...

The top edge is great! you get the crack of a 13" but still somehow able to get a 14" sounding body out of it! best snare i've heard (in person) so far!
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Really clean and sexy setup wit very nice cymbals! You got any sound clips?
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Old 06-15-2011, 02:11 AM
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ya! love the sound of that Artisan! But it can't really cut through the mix that i'm playing...

The top edge is great! you get the crack of a 13" but still somehow able to get a 14" sounding body out of it! best snare i've heard (in person) so far!
Yeah the X-Shell configuration adds so much depth. I've got a 14x7 X-Shell snare and man, it's a beast! Even tuned up tight their is so much bottom end in that thing.
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Old 06-15-2011, 03:33 AM
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...is it just me or in the first picture does it look like the piccolo snare has eyes?

Cool kit!

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Old 06-15-2011, 08:05 PM
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Really clean and sexy setup wit very nice cymbals! You got any sound clips?
unfortunately... i have no chance to record this kit yet... sorry.. =)

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Yeah the X-Shell configuration adds so much depth. I've got a 14x7 X-Shell snare and man, it's a beast! Even tuned up tight their is so much bottom end in that thing.
ya! even when i cranked it, it still has the low end! very nice shell combination! thanks to DW! =D

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...is it just me or in the first picture does it look like the piccolo snare has eyes?

Cool kit!

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eyes? o.o maybe... and thanks for the compliment!
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:27 AM
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An update of the setup! As I living away from home and it's sem break now! =D
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and an old pic of the Jungle set in action. Hee~
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You really like flat angles.
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Old 12-19-2011, 05:19 AM
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nice job on your toe nails. nice drums too!
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