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Old 06-18-2008, 12:34 AM
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Makes you wonder though... if the man was still with us, what would he be playing?
Who knows... Would he be playing at all?

He had a good thing going with his endorsements, and so did the companies. I couldn't imagine letting him get away, could you?
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Old 06-18-2008, 12:52 AM
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Crydevil,
Glad to see you finally got your kit. How's the RC working out? Where did you manage to find one? I thought of doing that, but I was too nervous with the 14x12, thought it may be too heavy, or not fit as well as the 14x10. I like the 14x12, and putting it on the snare stand is no biggie. Your kit looks awesome, and I like the Ludwig on the drum head, it looks more "correct" for the Zep set.
Now all you need is Bonzo's symbol on the head.
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Old 06-19-2008, 05:28 AM
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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.

If he was alive, Ludwig might have never gone into the tank like they did. If he was alive, In through the out door would have been followed up by a disco album.
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Old 06-24-2008, 04:09 PM
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Here's my "Bonham" set. Wrong brand, though. I also don't have the speed king pedal and the set lacks a cowbell in the picture. Oh, well...

Yamaha 9000: 26x14, 14x10, 16x16, 18x16
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:07 PM
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Would this qualify despite only having a wimpy 24"?
Red Vistas just kick a$$. I love this kit.

Crydevil's kit with the RC is ruling too.
I love the RC, but I like the tom lower so I didn't do one on my 26.

BTW Gunn & Big Philly...a 20x26 does sound awesome, once described "like King Kong" at one sound check.
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:11 PM
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I like big bass drums and I can't deny !
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Old 06-25-2008, 01:14 AM
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Crydevil,
Glad to see you finally got your kit. How's the RC working out? Where did you manage to find one? I thought of doing that, but I was too nervous with the 14x12, thought it may be too heavy, or not fit as well as the 14x10. I like the 14x12, and putting it on the snare stand is no biggie. Your kit looks awesome, and I like the Ludwig on the drum head, it looks more "correct" for the Zep set.
Now all you need is Bonzo's symbol on the head.
Thanks alot man, much appreciated. :)

The RC is great, no wonder Bonham used it to hold up against all the force he put into his drumming, this thing is unbreakable ! :D (which is exactly what it was made for xD)
But yeah, it's awesome.

I got it on eBay, but it was in a sort of bad condition, so I sent it to LVDC who cleaned it up (which I am still - and will always be - very grateful for :D), and replaced one of the RC parts with one of his own (which was in near perfect shape), so I would have a functioning RC :). So you could say I owe LVDC alot :D.

About the 14x12, I haven't experienced any problems with it, not because of it's weight, nor because of it's size :). The sizes are really easy to handle & tune IMO.

And the head, well... :D. Since almost every drummer who sees this kit would recognize it as a Bonham kit, I'm gonna skip the emblem, to maybe still try and maintain the personal touch of the kit xD.

But anyway, thanks man !

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Old 06-25-2008, 01:26 AM
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Crydevil's kit with the RC is ruling too.
I love the RC, but I like the tom lower so I didn't do one on my 26.
Thanks man ! :D

Yeah, a lower tom might be easier to play, but when you place it low, it has to come on the left side of the bass-drum (if you play right-handed ofcourse :D), and it would be pushed more to the left, the lower you go.
And since I like my tom right in front of my snare, and my snare pretty close above my pedal, I don't really like the tom being pushed to the left :D.

I really don't like tom stands or cymbal-stand clams for toms. It works for smaller bassdrums, but for big ones like these it's trouble for me :).

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Old 06-25-2008, 01:56 AM
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Thanks man ! :D

Yeah, a lower tom might be easier to play, but when you place it low, it has to come on the left side of the bass-drum (if you play right-handed ofcourse :D), and it would be pushed more to the left, the lower you go.
And since I like my tom right in front of my snare, and my snare pretty close above my pedal, I don't really like the tom being pushed to the left :D.
Well there are ways to be able to place it low and still be pretty far on the rail mount. Either by pushing it back away from the drummers seat, or by rotating the ratchet part so it is underneath and just reverse the L arm tom to go with it. Just gotta make sure it isn't touching the bass drum.

But you have the Bonham thing goin on right now and doing that would kind of "mess" with it.
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Old 06-25-2008, 02:08 AM
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Well there are ways to be able to place it low and still be pretty far on the rail mount. Either by pushing it back away from the drummers seat, or by rotating the ratchet part so it is underneath and just reverse the L arm tom to go with it. Just gotta make sure it isn't touching the bass drum.
Indeed, you're right :D.
But my post regarding this was actually meant for a situation with a tom stand, which I should have mentioned, my bad :D.

But yeah indeed, you are completely right, although I like it fairly high, and put the ratchet almost straight vertically, and also a bit to the right on my bar, which places the tom itself as horizontal as possible :D.

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Old 06-25-2008, 03:15 AM
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So this last weekend I went down to North Carolina (from Wisconsin), we break down in the mountains of West Virginia, and the name of the guy that hauled us to the next town was John Bonham, no lie. I figured that this would be as good a place as any to put that little tale.
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Old 06-28-2008, 05:32 PM
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...it doesn't meet the prerequisite Bonzo sizes, but here is my one up two down.



I feel kind of Bonzo when I play it though.



here is an update. 13x9 instead of the 12x8, I also moved the 17"xtreme to my left, and added an 18" fast china on the right.
This is one tom and two cymbals more than I normally play, but I had to do something to spice up the old same old same old.

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Old 06-28-2008, 06:47 PM
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You need a LU then a IG before and after that logo on the bass drum.
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Old 07-09-2008, 05:57 AM
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mine is actually a ludwig bonham set (i don't mean to sound pretentious, just that some in this thread aren't) but it's the musician's friend one, which means the sizes are a little bit off. i love it though anyway, it's an awesome drumset and though i hate lugging around that giant bass drum, i love playing it :D
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Old 07-10-2008, 03:09 PM
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Well, maybe not a Bonham kit, but certainly a Bonham INFLUENCED kit!

Pic from 2 summers ago:


And for you equipment freaks like ME hereís the stats on this kit:
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ALL Ludwig Keystone Badge 1960ís Vintage.
NO MUFFLING . . . EVER!
"If you cant tune it out, donít play it out."

~~DRUMS~~
Snare(s):
14x5.5in Acrolite or 14x5.5in Supraphonic. (Ludalloy Shells)
Batter Head: Remo Coated Black Dot.
Snare Side Head: Remo Ambassador Weight.
Rack Tom:
12x9in White Marine Pearl.
Batter Head: Remo Coated Ambassador.
Resonant Head: Remo Smooth White Ambassador.
Floor Tom: (hidden behind Kick Drum in this pic)
14x14in White Marine Pearl (w/Strait Legs)
Batter Heat: Remo Coated Ambassador.
Resonant Head: Remo Smooth White Ambassador.
Kick Drum:
28x10in White Marine Pearl. (w/Rail Mount)
Modified Parade Drum
Batter Head: Remo Powerstroke 3.
Resonant Head: Remo Fiberskyn 3.
Kick Drum Impact Pad: Remo Falam Slam Double Bass Drum Pad.
~~CYMBALS~~
Hi Hats:
14in 1960ís Zildjian "A" Light Hats.
Left Crash:
16in or 18in 1960ís Zildjian "A" Thin Crash.
Right Crash:
16in 1980ís Zildjian "A" Paper Thin Crash.
Ride Cymbal:
20 in to 24in 1970ís Zildjian "A" Medium Ride.
~~STANDS/HARDWARE~~
Snare Drum Stand:
Rogers 1980ís Clamping Flat Basket w/Memory Locks.
Hi Hat Stand:
Modified 1960ís Ludwig 1400 Model. (liteweight)
Modification to allow spinning of Hi Hat Stand base
for use w/Double Kick Drum Pedal.
Crash Cymbal Stands:
(2) 1960ís Ludwig 1400 Model (liteweight) with Camber T-Tops.
Ride Cymbal Stand:
Hoop Mount made from a 1970ís Ludwig Cowbell hoop clamp and
the top of a 1970ís Ludwig shell mount Cymbal Arm. (liteweight)
Kick Drum Pedal:
Tama Iron Cobra or DW 5000 Double Pedal w/Sonar conical Wood beaters.
Drum Throne:
Purecussion Bicycle style. (kinda like Roc-n-Soc)
~~MISCELLANEOUS~~
18in Heavy Duty 3 Speed Floor Fan (FOR ME!)
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Old 07-10-2008, 03:44 PM
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mine without the splashes and the high tom would look like a john bonham set i guess. and another floor tom to be precise... :) now it is more like a bill cobham influenced one.

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Old 07-22-2008, 11:41 PM
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hi there from holland

here my 3 weeks old new bonham kit.(waiting 3 month for the set)

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Old 07-23-2008, 01:22 AM
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Not quite the Boham size, but I do like this kit a lot.
Of course it's a Unix...
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Old 07-25-2008, 02:36 AM
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wow that looks awesome, and that last picture is great too!
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Old 07-25-2008, 02:59 AM
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Now thats professional photography.
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Old 09-08-2008, 04:18 AM
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Player kit, finally finished. All shells are Bonham-era 3-ply Ludwigs with re-rings, just like they should be. Paul Montineri restored all the edges and recovered them to match.

Sizes: 10x14, 16x16, 16x18, 14x26. Heads are the correct Remos.

Since sound trumped originality on this one, I went ahead and put modern spurs on it and put the 10x14 on a RIMS mount.

And the sound? Well, it sounds like it should, and that's all that needs to be said.



Also check this thread for my other kits and a plug for my Bay-Area drum tech services: http://tinyurl.com/kitpornpost

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Old 09-08-2008, 08:12 AM
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Player kit, finally finished. All shells are Bonham-era 3-ply Ludwigs with re-rings, just like they should be. Paul Montineri restored all the edges and recovered them to match.

Sizes: 10x14, 16x16, 16x18, 14x26. Heads are the correct Remos.

Since sound trumped originality on this one, I went ahead and put modern spurs on it and put the 10x14 on a RIMS mount.

And the sound? Well, it sounds like it should, and that's all that needs to be said.

OK, OK THEN!! Don't get yer panties all in a bunch!!! I LIKE IT!! LIKE IT already!!!

Ha HA !!!! Just messin' with you!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . It looks sweet as hell, I'm sure it sounds awesome as well.
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:50 PM
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Just found this locally. Not sure what brand they are, but seems like a nice price for maple shells...

http://cincinnati.craigslist.org/msg/830547434.html
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:44 AM
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Player kit, finally finished. All shells are Bonham-era 3-ply Ludwigs with re-rings, just like they should be. Paul Montineri restored all the edges and recovered them to match.

Sizes: 10x14, 16x16, 16x18, 14x26. Heads are the correct Remos.

Since sound trumped originality on this one, I went ahead and put modern spurs on it and put the 10x14 on a RIMS mount.

And the sound? Well, it sounds like it should, and that's all that needs to be said.

That is a sweet set!!!! I really like silver sparkle, I almost got that finish instead of the green sparkle. Again very nice kit!
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Old 09-14-2008, 04:18 AM
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Idiophone that kit is absolutely stunning. One of the nicest I've seen on this board. Very classy and it must sound superb.it reminds me of Paicey's from "Made in Japan" Maybe I'm just partial to 26" Bass Drums in Silver Sparkle with that 70's vintage logo. I would love to see more pics with the cymbals included Paiste's I hope Awsome!
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Old 09-14-2008, 04:48 AM
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Here's my 'Bonham-inspired' setup -- with Giant Beats. Shortly after this pic was taken I replaced the 12x8" tom with a 13x9," and the 5" snare with a 6.5".
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Idiophone that kit is absolutely stunning. One of the nicest I've seen on this board. Very classy and it must sound superb.it reminds me of Paicey's from "Made in Japan" Maybe I'm just partial to 26" Bass Drums in Silver Sparkle with that 70's vintage logo. I would love to see more pics with the cymbals included Paiste's I hope Awsome!
Thanks so much!

I don't have the correct cymbals, but I'm a studio engineer/drum tech rather than a player. I used to keep cymbals with my kits, but they kept getting cracked by bashers. Lesson learned....

Thanks again!
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Old 09-19-2008, 11:03 PM
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That Pork pie Bass is massive!

I like the finish too.
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Here's my "Spirit Of Bonzo" Kit Hope you guys dig it as much as I do.
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I had this Ludwig kit back in the 80's and it had a 14x28" kick and yes the gong is also a 28"



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Spinal Tap is the first thing that came to mind. Just had to say that... :-D
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...it doesn't meet the prerequisite Bonzo sizes, but here is my one up two down.



I feel kind of Bonzo when I play it though.

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Here is my "Green Monster". Definately the best kit I have ever owned, incredible sound!
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I know it's not a Luddie..and it is only a 24"kick with 1 floor tom.. but in 2 weeks, shes mine!
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Again, i'm another cheater on this thread. My kit is missing the second Floor Tom, but it's close enough isn't it???





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Old 03-04-2009, 04:11 AM
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I like those Bonham Kit pictures. Here is my Bonham style kit In Clear Vistalite.
6.5 x 14 supraphonic super sensitive
26 x 14 with cymbal mount and rail tom mount
13 x 9 I have a 14 x 10 but prefer the 13 x 9
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Old 03-04-2009, 04:27 AM
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I like those Bonham Kit pictures. Here is my Bonham style kit In Clear Vistalite.
6.5 x 14 supraphonic super sensitive
26 x 14 with cymbal mount and rail tom mount
13 x 9 I have a 14 x 10 but prefer the 13 x 9
16 x 16
18 x 16
Zildjian cymbals all from 1975
Eye watering goodness!

It was always my contention that the vistalites could sound so much better with something besides a cs dot. Are you useing clear emperors?
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Old 03-04-2009, 05:04 AM
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Oh my what a good eye you have. Yes sir, I use clear emperors. I like the sound and feel. Plus with the clear Vistalites you don`t see that big black CS dot staring at you like a big black dot. haha. Thanks for looking, Alvis
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Old 03-05-2009, 03:39 AM
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Awesome Vistalite Kit ! Let's see some pics with the 14" x 10" Tom. Love the Bass drum mounted cymbal arm
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Old 03-09-2009, 03:38 AM
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What size gong is that? It looks like a 22? maybe?? I'm in the process of getting one.
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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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