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Old 01-06-2007, 05:21 AM
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Default Yamaha Stage Custom PUNK style!

Go to page 2 for new setup pics!

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I got bored recently waiting for my 14" floortom to complete my setup so I removed half my cymbals and other bits and pieces and decided to go punk! It's actualy a very comfy setup and loads of fun to play! I wont be keeping this set up forever but ill be leaving it for a little while yet.

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And a load of other cymbals and toys not shown in these pics

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Old 01-06-2007, 05:22 AM
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And one more photo to show the height of the cymbals in comparision to me! Not as high as most of you would think! Excuse the messy room and crappy pictures by the way. Im very lazy these days!
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Old 01-06-2007, 06:04 AM
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Beautiful kit man, same as mine haha. What is your camera and how do you get those great shots. Mine look like blurred crap! Very nice kit.
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Old 01-06-2007, 06:06 AM
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cool set up man! i like the color, but it appears your tape is off.
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Old 01-06-2007, 06:14 AM
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Beautiful kit man, same as mine haha. What is your camera and how do you get those great shots. Mine look like blurred crap! Very nice kit.
well normaly i would let as much natural light into the room and use a tripod but today i was lazy and just hand held the camera. so i use a slow shutter speed and a steady hand

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cool set up man! i like the color, but it appears your tape is off.
thats because the tape is for my normal setup. this is just temp
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Old 01-06-2007, 08:11 AM
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How do you like those EC2's on your toms. It took a while for me to get used to them but I love them now.
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Old 01-06-2007, 08:53 AM
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How do you find the jump between 8" and 16" toms?

I run 8, 10, 12, 14 and i find even the jump from 8-14 is really quite unusable...
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Old 01-06-2007, 09:03 AM
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How do you like those EC2's on your toms. It took a while for me to get used to them but I love them now.
i have a love hate relationship with them. last week i liked them but i dont really like them atm

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How do you find the jump between 8" and 16" toms?

I run 8, 10, 12, 14 and i find even the jump from 8-14 is really quite unusable...
i wouldnt have a clue. i dont have an 8" tom. the jump between the 10" and the 16" though is fine. they have a nice contrast and are both tuned pretty low
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Old 01-06-2007, 09:49 AM
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how can people play their toms at such a low angle...its beyond me d:
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Old 01-06-2007, 10:14 AM
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Ahh ok, seems i was mistaken, i looked and thought it was an 8".. my mistake!

What part of Aus are you from?
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Old 01-06-2007, 03:30 PM
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I'll still never understand completely flat tom setups.
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Old 01-06-2007, 04:17 PM
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I'll still never understand completely flat tom setups.
put your high tom low and flat with a slight angle... you'd be surprised
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:11 PM
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put your high tom low and flat with a slight angle... you'd be surprised
Yeah, i'm surprised I can't hit anything but rim without having to strain my wrist considerably. Wait...I'm not surprised at all.
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:27 PM
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Those crashes arnt high enough to be a punk set up :p
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:46 PM
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Yeah, i'm surprised I can't hit anything but rim without having to strain my wrist considerably. Wait...I'm not surprised at all.
Touché... To each his own I spose... For me it's just as easy as hitting a tom thats on a 45 degree angle

Just remember dude, this isnt my regular setup. It just what i made cause im bored. Im already back to my regular setup as im typing this. It includes an angled rack tom!!!
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:48 PM
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Those crashes arnt high enough to be a punk set up :p
does this satisfy you...? btw dont play your cymbals like this! it snaps your sticks! (duh!)
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Old 01-06-2007, 07:00 PM
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hey, how do you like those. i play the same set up in tama superstar and i'm thinking i might switch to yamaha. those same ones. i play punk/metal/rock/emo should those drums suite my needs?
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Old 01-06-2007, 07:21 PM
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Yeah, i'm surprised I can't hit anything but rim without having to strain my wrist considerably. Wait...I'm not surprised at all.

I was just about to say that! Ha, that's funny but hey, if he likes it that's cool for him. Those are nice drums though, don't care for the set up but that's just me. I'm sure it works for your playing. Cool man.
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Old 01-06-2007, 08:11 PM
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Nice kit. The flat toms and cymbals do look cool, and if they work for you then that's fine.

Is your snare batter stock? I only see the Yamaha head logo.
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Old 01-06-2007, 08:23 PM
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does this satisfy you...? btw dont play your cymbals like this! it snaps your sticks! (duh!)
Laugh. Out. Loud.
I think those crashes might be taller than I am. :P

The only thing I'm wondering is why you consider this a "punk" setup. I play lots of jazz, funk, and hip-hop and I've been considering a setup similar to this (different drum sizes and cymbals, of course) for my kit.

Oh, and count me in as a fan of flat tom setups. When I get a chance to mess around with my setup, I'm going to put my mounted tom flat and at an even height with my snare.
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Old 01-06-2007, 09:35 PM
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Laugh. Out. Loud.
I think those crashes might be taller than I am. :P

The only thing I'm wondering is why you consider this a "punk" setup. I play lots of jazz, funk, and hip-hop and I've been considering a setup similar to this (different drum sizes and cymbals, of course) for my kit.

Oh, and count me in as a fan of flat tom setups. When I get a chance to mess around with my setup, I'm going to put my mounted tom flat and at an even height with my snare.
the reason why this is considered a punk set up because usualy punk artists (like the sex pistols/ the clash/ the ramones) couldn't aford a lot of drums, so they adopted the four piece from a jazz setting. so both punk, jazz, rock any style really. i've even seen metal bands play a four peice. hell i have one. perfect for ska.
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Old 01-06-2007, 11:26 PM
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Brann Dailor from Mastodon plays a four piece, and the amount of fills he does and the range of tonal colours he achieves (though most are fof the snare) it puts us 5 and 6 piece drummers to shame...
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does this satisfy you...? btw dont play your cymbals like this! it snaps your sticks! (duh!)
Now raise the hats and lower the rack tom so you have to stand to hit it. So you can play like bARkeR!1!1!
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Now raise the hats and lower the rack tom so you have to stand to hit it. So you can play like bARkeR!1!1!
HA i never found out why he did that...looks so inconvenient.
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Old 01-06-2007, 11:38 PM
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Brann Dailor from Mastodon plays a four piece, and the amount of fills he does and the range of tonal colours he achieves (though most are fof the snare) it puts us 5 and 6 piece drummers to shame...
Not when he records. He plays a 6 piece kit when he records and tours. I watched the DVD (making of the album) that came with "Blood Mountain" and have seen them live 3 times. He is playing a 4 piece in the new video though. Brann is a great drummer!!

Oh by the way......that is a very cool looking kit!!
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does this satisfy you...? btw dont play your cymbals like this! it snaps your sticks! (duh!)
lol, nice kit. My old church had that kit. Sounds good.
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I was talking about Brann live, i havent seen a picture of his studio kit! Only seen what has been shown in drum magazines and such
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I was talking about Brann live, i havent seen a picture of his studio kit! Only seen what has been shown in drum magazines and such
Yeah I have seen him play live a few times and he was playing his 6 piece kit(on one tour it was his Randy Rhodes tribute kit....killer). It doesn't matter, I am sure no matter what size kit you put in front of Brann he can shred on it!! If you get a chance to see the DVD from the new album is pretty cool. If you are a fan you will dig it.
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Old 01-10-2007, 01:16 PM
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some of you need to stop looking at the pictures and read the text before you reply.

let me make this clear! the setup does NOT work for what i play! this is not my regular setup! kapeesh?!

now to answer some questions...

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hey, how do you like those. i play the same set up in tama superstar and i'm thinking i might switch to yamaha. those same ones. i play punk/metal/rock/emo should those drums suite my needs?
yes they will suit fine. just make sure you get the right heads for them. the ec2's will be great for metal and rock and should be fine for punk and emo as well.

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Nice kit. The flat toms and cymbals do look cool, and if they work for you then that's fine.

Is your snare batter stock? I only see the Yamaha head logo.
yep its stock. i cant afford a new one and when ever i have enough money for one i always blow it on a cymbal stand or something instead. one day ill replace it lol
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Hello DW!

I got bored recently waiting for my 14" floortom to complete my setup so I removed half my cymbals and other bits and pieces and decided to go punk! It's actualy a very comfy setup and loads of fun to play! I wont be keeping this set up forever but ill be leaving it for a little while yet.

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Yamaha Stage Custom Nouveau
8x10
16x16
17x22
5.5x14 (or maybe 5x14)

14" PST5 Hi Hats (Paiste)
17" AAX Stage Crash (Sabian)
19" AA Medium Crash (Sabian)
20" PST5 Ride (Paiste)

And a load of other cymbals and toys not shown in these pics

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I love your set up dude! i try playing my snare flat, it just doesnt agree with me though, so i angle it just a little..
nice kit, i dig stage customs
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I really like your set, I also like that red SG in the Background. Epi or Gibson?
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Old 01-12-2007, 08:36 PM
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Very nice. I love Yamaha, and while I don't care much for how the Stage Custom Nouveau lugs look (why they use black plastic instead of metal...) with that color they look nice.

It's nice to see someone else using a 10" tom as their only rack. I have a 10/14 setup and I love it. It gives great contrast that still fits depending on how they're tuned.
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I really like your set, I also like that red SG in the Background. Epi or Gibson?
the one you see is a gibson but we also have a epi laying round the house somewhere

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I could have sworn this title said PINK style. Maybe I should get some sleep =/
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Old 01-13-2007, 06:44 AM
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Brann Dailor from Mastodon plays a four piece, and the amount of fills he does and the range of tonal colours he achieves (though most are fof the snare) it puts us 5 and 6 piece drummers to shame...
Completely wrong. He plays a 6 piece. (and sometimes a 7 while he records)
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Well I decided to try out a new setup... again! This time i went more fusion and rock! And I've gotta say, this set up is great! Its a dream to play, it flows brilliantly and is so easy to solo on! My sticks just glide around the set! I think i might keep this setup for a few weeks and try it out at band practice and maybe a gig. Let me know what you think!
Excuses the terrible shadows and overblown areas in the pictues. I chose a horrible time of day to take the photos.

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10" S Series Splash (Wuhan)
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16" PST5 Crash (Paiste) not shown
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19" AA Medium Crash (Sabian)
20" PST5 Ride (Paiste)

a few purcussion pieces, some shown, some hidden
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Old 01-13-2007, 10:56 AM
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Great looking kit !!!! Yamaha .... no words to say .
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All I can say is that is beautiful! Great setup, looks very comfortable. I might try that out.
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Old 01-13-2007, 11:09 AM
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I like the way you've set up the crashes on the left, this is a much better setup that the 'punk' one. Looks very comfortable, but i personally would play round with the ride.
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