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Old 09-06-2007, 06:38 AM
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And don't forget the bass mounted ride. I could've just used one of my cymbal stands, but I wanted that cymbal holder!
Isn't the bass mounted ride awesome! It's so much more comfortable for me. For years I used a boom stand to try to bring the ride where I wanted it and it was a pain. I like this set up much better, plus one less stand to haul around!
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Old 09-09-2007, 02:54 PM
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Did you dampen the batter side at all? What heads do you have on it? And, last but not least, what kind of tension do you have on the heads?
Hey could you post pics of your kit again? The photobucket link doesn't seem to work anymore and i'm dying to see your set.
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Old 09-09-2007, 03:15 PM
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...if Mini Me was to play the drums, these could be his Bonham kit.



20, 12, 14, Ludwigs with a 16" DW .

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Old 09-09-2007, 03:44 PM
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This is my Bonham inspired kit......It's a Premier but in the UK Ludwig Bonham kits are about Ģ2500.
26 x 16 , 13 x 8 , 16 x 16 , 18 x 16.

Its actually for sale at the moment because I just got endorsed by FVF custom drums and they're making me a hybrid kit, all the same sizes though, except i'm going for a 26 x 20 kick!
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Old 09-10-2007, 01:05 AM
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Our guitar player's been bugging me to do this. Pictures of the original setup are on our web site. 18x22, 5.5x14, 12x7, 14x12, 16x14. Tama Superstar EFX Hyper Drives.
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Old 09-15-2007, 06:36 AM
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Our guitar player's been bugging me to do this. Pictures of the original setup are on our web site. 18x22, 5.5x14, 12x7, 14x12, 16x14. Tama Superstar EFX Hyper Drives.
haha. take care of that kiss tiger stadium poster.
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Old 09-15-2007, 01:13 PM
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Im sorry, Im not being rude but:
Don't Bonham setups consist of:

26" Bass Drum
14" Tom
16" Floor Tom
18" Floor Tom

Maybe I'm wrong lol!
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Im sorry, Im not being rude but:
Don't Bonham setups consist of:

26" Bass Drum
14" Tom
16" Floor Tom
18" Floor Tom

Maybe I'm wrong lol!
you are right . but also the set up configuration not sizes.
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Old 11-07-2007, 07:03 AM
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I see there are some more tasty Bonham style kits that need to be added, so I'll bump so's those guys can add 'em.
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Old 11-28-2007, 03:07 PM
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Im looking to purchase a bonham kit.

id like the one from the 'Moby Dick Era'

what was it?

what do i search on the ludwig website for it cos all my searches thus far have brought up zip!!!
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Old 11-28-2007, 04:48 PM
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When Bonham played Moby Dick at Royal Albert Hall he used the Maple Finish Ludwigs. The sizes on those were 14x12, 16x16, 18x16, 26x14, and a 14x6.5 Supraphonic snare
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Old 12-22-2007, 06:10 AM
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Here is the newest addition to the Bonham thread.

My Classic Maple Green Sparkle!
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Old 12-22-2007, 06:23 AM
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SAAAWWWEEEETTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's a 14x10 tom right..
The more I see the 14x10s, the more I want one. I wonder why Ludwig doesn't include that size right out the box on the standard Zep set.

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Old 12-27-2007, 05:09 AM
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I sincerely hate this kind of set up.
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Old 12-27-2007, 05:49 AM
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I sincerely hate this kind of set up.

To each his own...

What do you prefer?
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Old 12-27-2007, 05:53 AM
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I sincerely hate this kind of set up.
well then you suck, just kidding. but honestly bro, if you dont like it, dont look at it. not being rude, but seriously. and by the way, it's really bothering me so i just have to say it. bonham sets are either 13x9, 14x10, 14x12, or 15x12, 16x16, 16x18, 26x14, and 14x6.5? i mean great if you have a bonham tom config, but the tama hyperdrive isnt exactly the "BIG" bonham sound. just saying. it's just bothering me. a lot.
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Old 12-27-2007, 06:17 AM
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but honestly bro, if you dont like it, dont look at it. not being rude, but seriously.
I could careless if anyone else really likes it or not. I remember being young and wanting a huge drum set with loads of cymbals. I grew out of that. Tastes change as you get older, and more tired of lugging all of that stuff around. I get more enjoyment from this set, than any of the many I've owned over the years. This set was my dream set, less the paiste symphonic that I'll never own. If I ever buy another set, you can be sure it will only be a shell pack, and an amber vistalite at that. They look good, sound good, and will be worth more later down the road than an import. Bonham was a talented drummer, if owning this set inspires me to become a better drummer, it's worth every penny.
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Here is the newest addition to the Bonham thread.

My Classic Maple Green Sparkle!
They look good! I'm glad you finally got them. I have to say that green sparkle is just an awesome finish. Enjoy them!
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I guess mine is a Bonham kit too, although I use it more for a jazz kit. It's a Gretsch Catalina Club Rock.
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Old 01-03-2008, 01:34 PM
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... except i'm going for a 26 x 20 kick!
Thatīs gonna sound like an atom bomb..!
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Hello everyone, I have a few questions about the Ludwig kits.

I ordered my green sparkle in Bonham sizes a few weeks ago, but can someone tell me what the standard front bass drum head is that they deliver with bassdrums?

And I also wonder if Ludwig still sells those bassdrum front heads in WHITE (:D) with the SMALL, MODERN (so not vintage like Ringo Starr) Ludwig logo on TOP, as seen on John Bonham's bassdrum in Royal Albert Hall 1970 (Led Zeppelin dvd) & the picture that is attached.

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In response to your question Crydevil, no they don't still make them. I believe they stopped making those a while ago, now they just use the bigger labels, which I'm sure you will agree are just plain ugly. However, you can buy a sticker online somewhere, most likely ebay. The one you want is 1"x6", not any bigger. I believe it's the size used on Bonzo's '69-'70 Natural Kit.

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Or, you can download a pic of the logo, send it by email to your local sign shop, and they will print on for you without a background, just the letters only. (it comes on a template for lining it up, then a removable backing peels off, leaving just the letters) (about $12.00)
I've done this with a Sonor and a Yamaha logo, and it looks like factory.
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Old 02-24-2008, 04:59 AM
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I dig that set bro.....I recently bought a Gretsch Club Rock set on a whim. I like it but can't decide what heads I like. I've switch the g1's to pinstripes....I'd like something in between. Actually the small tom sounds pretty good with the G1's but the floor toms are a little boingy. The pinstripes deaden the floor toms a little too much. Lucky I got the 18" pinstripe for 5 bucks. Are those clear emperors on the tops of your drums?

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Someone had mentioned starting "the best Bonham set" thread. I guess its really hard to say any one is the best, when they are all relatively the same, and all loved by their owners. But it would be cool for everyone whose got a Bonham setup, to post a pic of their kit here. So here we go...
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Hey guys, I've decided to sell my bonham kit now. It's time for me to move on, however, is there anyone out there who is wanting a new kit, which has that big, bonzo sound? Cos if so, here's the place to go : http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=180225793821

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While I love looking at Bonham kits, I cannot get comfortable playing on one. Ergonomicly its not very practicle. I would much rather two toms up front and one floor tom. Truth be told the perfect setup is three up front with two floor toms. Then you can pull off anything.
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:49 PM
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Levee Breaker. That is such an impressive kit! Why would you want to see that go?
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Old 05-22-2008, 12:19 AM
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I dig that set bro.....I recently bought a Gretsch Club Rock set on a whim. I like it but can't decide what heads I like. I've switch the g1's to pinstripes....I'd like something in between. Actually the small tom sounds pretty good with the G1's but the floor toms are a little boingy. The pinstripes deaden the floor toms a little too much. Lucky I got the 18" pinstripe for 5 bucks. Are those clear emperors on the tops of your drums?
Been a long time away from here, sorry for the LATE reply. The heads in that pic are the factory Ludwig medium clears. I switched to coated emperors on top of coated ambassadors a long time ago. They are not as bright as the clears, but I prefer the coated. I haven't used pinstripes on this kit yet, I probably won't, I like'em just the way there are now.
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Old 05-22-2008, 12:24 AM
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While I love looking at Bonham kits, I cannot get comfortable playing on one. Ergonomicly its not very practicle. I would much rather two toms up front and one floor tom. Truth be told the perfect setup is three up front with two floor toms. Then you can pull off anything.
You know, I felt the difference when I first got the kit, going from smaller 2 up, 2 down toms to this kit. It was more of a spatial difference, these things are huge. Now, I don't notice, it feels very comfortable.
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Old 05-22-2008, 06:37 AM
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And still one of the classiest setups ever put together. I love it.
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:12 AM
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The old 28 is gone now, I have a much better kit now with a nice 24 which sounds just as fat if not more so. I'll post pics and details soon guys.
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Old 05-25-2008, 07:33 AM
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i noticed someone had bough a new classic maple set with the blue and olive badges. are they really new or vintage. if theyre not vintage how do you order them?
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Old 05-26-2008, 05:01 PM
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Would this qualify despite only having a wimpy 24"?
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:05 AM
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Here's the new kit, i hope the images work, even though they aren't the best pictures, you get the idea.

SPECS

DM Drums in Gold Sparkle Finish, with Gold Tube Lugs
3 ply Birch Shells with Rings

24x16 Bass complete with homemade "ritchie ring" on the front head and Ringo-esque Bass Drum Anchor
13x9 Rack Tom with full length tube lugs
18x16 Floor Tom
14x6.5 Ludwig LM402
13x7 Limited Edition Mapex Black Panther in Honey Amber Birdseye Finish

CYMBALS

All Paiste 2002

15" Sound Edge Hats
18"Medium
24" Ride

Hardware

Ludwig Speed King Pedal from the 60's
Premier hihat stand
Premier 4000 boom stand
Mapex 550 Straight stand
Big Dog Deluxe Throne

Heads

Remo Coated Emperor Batter with a Coated Powerstroke 3 Reso which i made myself :p
Remo Coated Emperors over Coated Ambassadors on Toms
Coated Emperor over Ambassador Hazy on the 402
Coated Ambassador over Ambassador Hazy on the Panther

Stuff Not In Use

6" Cowbell
Paiste 2002 22" China (It's a beast)
Jam Block
Various stands


Not exactly Bonham but it's fairly close, and i don't wanna copy him exactly anyway.

In the future, I'm looking at getting a dw rail mount and a cymbal arm for the bass drum, and a matching 16x16 Floor Tom, but anyway, I'm loving the kit at the moment, and I think it sounds amazing.
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Been a long time away from here, sorry for the LATE reply. The heads in that pic are the factory Ludwig medium clears. I switched to coated emperors on top of coated ambassadors a long time ago. They are not as bright as the clears, but I prefer the coated. I haven't used pinstripes on this kit yet, I probably won't, I like'em just the way there are now.
Good on ya for honoring the master!
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Old 06-11-2008, 07:36 PM
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Bonham means 26 kick, 13, 14, or 15 rack, 16x16 18x16 14x 6.5....period.
Any thing else is just one up, two down.
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Wow, it's been quite a while since I last posted on this awesome forum... :D.
Guess it's the exams and stuff...
But anyway, I thought I'd post my Bonham kit here as well, which I've been having for a few months now.

Sizes: 26x14, 14x12, 16x16, 18x16
Cymbals: Paiste 2oo2's (22" Ride, 20" Ride, 18" Medium, 15" Sound Edge)
Hardware: Ludwig stands, Iron Cobra Hi-Hat stand

I'd again like to thank 'ludwigvondrumcrazy (LVDC)' for this.
Alot of stuff on the kit, like the RC and the resonant Bassdrum-head for example, wouldn't have been possible without him...
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Wow, it's been quite a while since I last posted on this awesome forum... :D.
Guess it's the exams and stuff...
But anyway, I thought I'd post my Bonham kit here as well, which I've been having for a few months now.

Sizes: 26x14, 14x12, 16x16, 18x16
Cymbals: Paiste 2oo2's (22" Ride, 20" Ride, 18" Medium, 15" Sound Edge)
Hardware: Ludwig stands, Iron Cobra Hi-Hat stand

I'd again like to thank 'ludwigvondrumcrazy (LVDC)' for this.
Alot of stuff on the kit, like the RC and the resonant Bassdrum-head for example, wouldn't have been possible without him...
Thanks man !
I LOVE this kit. Green sparkle is a great finish for this kit...looks regal !!
and with the 2002's...super sweet.
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I LOVE this kit. Green sparkle is a great finish for this kit...looks regal !!
and with the 2002's...super sweet.
Thanks man :) ! Much appreciated.
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Old 06-17-2008, 06:47 AM
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Bonham means 26 kick, 13, 14, or 15 rack, 16x16 18x16 14x 6.5....period.
Any thing else is just one up, two down.
if you want to get really technical with it, the cymbal sizes and locations, cowbell placement, hi hat tambo, and speed king kick pedal should all be correct too...

This is the reason I haven't posted pics of my kit as I play it now. (1 up, 2 down)

I love the comment about halfway through this thread that's something like "i'm pretty sure bonham didn't play axis pedals." I laugh out loud every time i read that.

Makes you wonder though... if the man was still with us, what would he be playing? Would he still prefer the classic bonham setup? would he even be playing ludwigs (woah, did i just say THAT?) It's fun to think of bonham playing a 18" kick, 10 and 12" toms, a couple of snares and a DW 9000 double pedal... maybe that's just me.
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