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Old 04-10-2008, 01:33 AM
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Here's a few pics of my YMCs... some different setups... it's a bummer I couldn't find pics with my hybrid setup integrating the DTX, but oh well... the latter setup I'm using is the one in the office.
Cool set. How do you like the Duallist? I've been playing one about two years.
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Old 04-10-2008, 02:12 AM
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I've used it a total of about one hour in 5 years.

It's still in the box... in fact I didn't even remember I had it until you mentioned it, ha, ha, ha... but it's a cool gadget indeed, I just don't use it, basicly I don't play music where I need it.
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Here's a few pics of my YMCs... some different setups... it's a bummer I couldn't find pics with my hybrid setup integrating the DTX, but oh well... the latter setup I'm using is the one in the office.





Drum n Bass player yeah?
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Here's a few pics of my YMCs... some different setups... it's a bummer I couldn't find pics with my hybrid setup integrating the DTX, but oh well... the latter setup I'm using is the one in the office.





Hey, G, I love it ! I love your sizes & set ups n cymbals, the factory metal and everything.... and you have a drum set in the office???
Can I work for you ? for free? Santo Domingo's a pretty cool place I hear.
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Stage Custom Update:

If ya'll remember my order I placed about a month ago:

At first I tried to add to an existing setup that Yamaha had...
10, 12, 14, 20x17 w/ snare, was the package they had and I added an 8 and a 16, bringing the entire order to: (Diameter x Length)
8x7, 10x8, 12x9, 14x12, 16x16, 20x17

But I couldn't get the 14" with a mount they only offered it with floor legs, and this was for all of their shell packs. So I ended up having to get them indiviually but still all on one order, it only raised the price by $200.
When I figured out this is was what I wanted to do, I asked if I could get the Bass Drum a virgin. We (my friend who works at GC and I) were delt a very firm "No". I asked "even if it costs extra?" they said they did not offer that at all. Which really sucks, I would have loved to have a virgin kick.

Anyone know anything about this or have a different experience?

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8x7, 10x8, 12x9, 14x12, 16x16-Floor, 22x17
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Old 04-10-2008, 03:54 PM
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Hey Fett, I could be wrong but I think Virgin Kicks constitute custom orders, and therefore are not ordered by the big online stores as a shell pack configuration. Try speaking to Yamaha directly at:
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Phone: (714) 522-9000, 8:30AM to 5:00PM PST/PDT, Monday through Friday
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Awesome! thanks for the info man, I'll give my friend at GC a call and get my order number and info (my reciept is at home), and call yamaha. Thanks again man!
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Here's a few pics of my YMCs... some different setups... it's a bummer I couldn't find pics with my hybrid setup integrating the DTX, but oh well... the latter setup I'm using is the one in the office.





Looks like a lot of fun. Love the spiral cut out cymbal.
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Stage Custom Update:

If ya'll remember my order I placed about a month ago:

At first I tried to add to an existing setup that Yamaha had...
10, 12, 14, 20x17 w/ snare, was the package they had and I added an 8 and a 16, bringing the entire order to: (Diameter x Length)
8x7, 10x8, 12x9, 14x12, 16x16, 20x17

But I couldn't get the 14" with a mount they only offered it with floor legs, and this was for all of their shell packs. So I ended up having to get them indiviually but still all on one order, it only raised the price by $200.
When I figured out this is was what I wanted to do, I asked if I could get the Bass Drum a virgin. We (my friend who works at GC and I) were delt a very firm "No". I asked "even if it costs extra?" they said they did not offer that at all. Which really sucks, I would have loved to have a virgin kick.

Anyone know anything about this or have a different experience?

Current order:
8x7, 10x8, 12x9, 14x12, 16x16-Floor, 22x17
I think it is because it is an SC. Its not the high end model like the MCAN or so (here you can order kicks with a "v" in the number since of this year, before that it was indeed a custom order and was a ltille more expensive)
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Old 04-10-2008, 10:42 PM
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Drum n Bass player yeah?
Well, I'm dabbling on it... gotta keep learning new stuff eh?, that's half the fun of this thing.

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Hey, G, I love it ! I love your sizes & set ups n cymbals, the factory metal and everything.... and you have a drum set in the office???
Can I work for you ? for free? Santo Domingo's a pretty cool place I hear.
Thank you!.. well I actually have been very lucky... my previous job that I had, I had them get me a room for my playing, they complied and it was pretty good, a big isolated room... I had three kits there, ha, ha, ha... now this is MY office as in my company, so basicly I set them up here too... but since my company as such is much much smaller than my previous employer, pretty soon I may have to get them out as we've been growing and are almost out of space... ha, ha, ha... Santo Domingo is my city yes, thinking about visiting here?, gimme a holler I'll take you around.

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Looks like a lot of fun. Love the spiral cut out cymbal.
Thank you, this cymbal is so fun... and surprinsingly versatile.
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Great to see a fellow DR-er from Santo D. My place of birth (before I was adopted by my Duch parents :D ) and a Yamaha addict to!
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Great to see a fellow DR-er from Santo D. My place of birth (before I was adopted by my Duch parents :D ) and a Yamaha addict to!
You're kidding!!!! man... do you come here to visit?... do you live in the netherlands?

PM me my friend!, first drummer countrymate I meet online in 9 years on forums!
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Old 04-11-2008, 12:55 AM
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I hate to invade this thread, but I need to tap the knowledge of some Yamaha addicts out.
As far I know Yamaha Maple sets are good, but my knowledge in the area is not the best. I think I found a good deal here.
http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/msg/617635795.html
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Cant wait to see all the new stuff at the Messe within 2 weeks.


This is a great custom job from Yamaha:



An Oak custom in a new Embossed Silver and with Nouveau lugs.

That Embossed colour... really nice :D one of my favorites. Only missing the die cast hoops.
Hey! Thats my Kit! With an anaconda wrapped around it!.. mine's maple though..

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Old 04-12-2008, 02:37 AM
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Wow, Aydee! Yes, that's your finish and it looks awesome .... What a kit. I give credit to Yamaha for offering your finish in the oak custom line. Man, that's stunning.
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Old 04-13-2008, 09:10 AM
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Hey all. First post here, great forum. I've been lurking for some time now, so figured it was time to post up. First of all, to Alexia: those are Stage Custom's. Not a great deal, but it isn't a horrible deal either (if it comes with the hardware/cymbals). BUT, the kit is not maple like you presumed. Anywho, a couple pics of my babies:



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Old 04-13-2008, 10:27 AM
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Wow, those are beautifull!!
My next drumkit will be a Yamaha maple absolute, natural color ! Just like yours.
Thanks for the pics.


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Old 04-13-2008, 10:30 AM
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Very cool set up, JOD.. those are maples I presume.. you happy with EC2s ?
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JerryOnDrums, Beauty of a kit!... I love a honey/amber finish on drums. Are these MCA's or BCA's? Weckl played a similarly finished kit like this for awhile.. Of course, he probably has one of everything Yamaha ever made LOL.

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my new Tour Customs!

pics dont do the kit justice!

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Sweet kit! how much did those cost?
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cost me $670!
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Hey all. First post here, great forum. I've been lurking for some time now, so figured it was time to post up. First of all, to Alexia: those are Stage Custom's. Not a great deal, but it isn't a horrible deal either (if it comes with the hardware/cymbals). BUT, the kit is not maple like you presumed. Anywho, a couple pics of my babies:
He included every last piece that was there. Cymbal bags, extra sticks, extra heads, and a few kitchen sinks.
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Old 04-14-2008, 03:38 PM
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Oooo baBY! yes...

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Even as a Yamaha addict and Oak player I find that one of Yamaha's most uglyest colours. And the worst demokit for woodhoops on a kit.

I like the the all blue demo kit of russ with matched dax fronthead and sub.


Just got myself a proto absolute. 13x6,5 snare and an Dtx 2.0 module (missed the hybride set)

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Anybody intrested in a one of a kind 13x5,5 Beni?
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Even as a Yamaha addict and Oak player I find that one of Yamaha's most uglyest colours. And the worst demokit for woodhoops on a kit.

I like the the all blue demo kit of russ with matched dax fronthead and sub.


Just got myself a proto absolute. 13x6,5 snare and an Dtx 2.0 module (missed the hybride set)

pics will follow.

Anybody intrested in a one of a kind 13x5,5 Beni?
Could you post a pic? Do you have sound files?
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Could you post a pic? Do you have sound files?
www.picturetrail.com/dutchbeni

Soundclips can be found on all my former postings in this topic about the Oak custom :D

Here are some pics of the Yamaha snare:





Looks like some birdseye kind of wood (the seller couldnt tell)


Russ' azure kit:

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Very cool set up, JOD.. those are maples I presume.. you happy with EC2s ?
I absolutely LOVE the EC2's. I'm using this kit in an original rock group, and a metal group, so I wanted a temperamental and durable head. The EC2's are all of those things, and more, imo! I had G2 coated's on before, and the drums just opened up so much more with the clears. Here is the metal group's myspace, with one track up right now: www.myspace.com/deadbytuesday Of course, myspace tunes tunes are compressed as hell, but you'll get the idea.

Danander11: They are MCA's, and the snare is a 7X14 BCA. I also have a 5.5X14 MCA snare that I play on my jazz kit (70's Gretsch, 18X14" bd, etc.)

Thanks for the kind words!
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Old 04-16-2008, 12:22 PM
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What do you think of mine?

Yamaha stopped to continue the 14" depth on 20" and 22" BD's in the Absolute series. So I could be happy to own one.

Yamaha even stopped to continue the Beech Absolute!


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Woww an bamboo.. buht it new?

Gtta have one of thse to, althoug im a 13'' man


Loveley, and also the kit.

Andthey stopped the 14'' depth and Beech line. Especcially that last one is a losse I think.
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My birch custom absolutes I got in last week.

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Old 04-16-2008, 10:42 PM
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Daniel G, I love that finish... that Yamaha finish gets deeper and more beautiful with time.

Many people don't know it, but actually, for micing BDs on that proportion actually are easier to work with and very versatile... with a natural punch and controlled boominess that many mics can handle well.
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It sucks that they got rid of the Beech Absolutes. There goes my project of having maple kick and beech toms...
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DanielG,

The finish on your drums is stunning....natural is my all time favourite followed closely by vintage black. The Fiberskyn head on the bass looks great as well.

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What do you think of mine?

Yamaha stopped to continue the 14" depth on 20" and 22" BD's in the Absolute series. So I could be happy to own one.
My kick is a 20X14...and let me tell you, it really is an amazing sounding drum. Get your hands on one if you can!!
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Does anyone have any updates on the Yamaha Carter Beauford Signature snare? It is supposed to be a 14x6.5 brass shell, I think, with die-cast hoops. Last I heard the finish was planned as yellow (excellent!!!).

Also, any feedback on the new Yamaha Sensitive Series snares? 60 degree top edge with 45 degree bottom edge. 7 ply maple. I'm tempted to snag one, but haven't seen it or heard it yet in person.

Musiqman: nice snare--that green is cool. It looks like a Steve Jordan signature snare in lime green.

I'm also tempted to get an auxiliary snare and was thinking of either the Mushasi Oak 12x6 or 10x4.5. Thoughts?
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I walked in to a drum shop this afternoon to pick up a mount I had ordered, and there were loose Yamaha drums of all shapes and sizes all over the place... :-O

Apparently, Yammie decided to empty some room in one of their warehouses and these fellas bought a ton of stuff cheap.

They have TWO! 18 x 22" Recording Custom kicks in cherry (matches my kit).. brand new for a little less than 50% of retail.. Which for here is a whopping deal...

I want one... but I have to make a quick (unexpected), trip back to the states this week so I can't throw any money at them.. :-(

I'm hoping that at least one of them will be there when I return and I might work something out with them..

The bummer is that there is this sweet Craviotto that I've had my eye on that I was going to pick up in the states, now I may just give it a miss and go for the kick. (I wonder if anyone might want to buy my 24? or if I should even sell it?) sigh.

At any rate.. keep an eye on your local Yammie dealer.. they're having a spring cleaning.

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I love this thread!!! hahaha
Well, I finally got myself a digital camera and thought I'd share a few pics of my newly acquired Yamaha Birch Custom Absolutes in Vintage Natural Finish. They don't look this "orange" in person, but what the hell - here goes...

Specs:

Drums:
14" x 4" Yamaha Brass Snare
8", 10", 12", 14", 16" BCA Toms (all mounted)
20" BCA Bass

Hardware:
Yamaha 9-Series hardware, stands, mounts, etc.
Yamaha HS1000 2-legged Hi-Hat Stand
Yamaha "Flying Dragon" Double bass drum pedals (chain drive)

Heads:
Remo Coated Emporers (Batter - Snare & Toms)
Stock Yamaha (Resonant - Snare and Toms)
Remo Powerstroke 4 (Batter - Bass)
Stock Yamaha with 5" offset hole (Resonant - Bass)
*I know the Tom heads aren't centered properly - I didn't put them on, lol.

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14" Zildjian Quick Beat Hi-Hats
16" Sabian HH Sound Control Crash
18" Sabian HHX Evolution Crash
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Well I did it. Just won these on eBay for $850.00 seems like a good deal to me? This will compliment my Absolutes. Can't wait to get my hands on them. My Kits, by the way the Club Customs are for sale.
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New birds eye view pic of my MCANS.. with lots of bronze toppings, and a new cherry in the center (PEACE piccolo). Sorry you can see much of the drums:
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