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Old 05-24-2015, 03:28 PM
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Default What kit do you use?

At home, I have a crappy electronic kit, but at school we have a 2 month old Mapex kit with Paiste cymbals. We have two other kits, but they are quite old, and the skins are not very good.
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Old 05-24-2015, 03:39 PM
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I use a 4 piece Tama starclassic maple kit. Love it!
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Old 05-24-2015, 04:29 PM
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At home, I have a crappy electronic kit, but at school we have a 2 month old Mapex kit with Paiste cymbals. We have two other kits, but they are quite old, and the skins are not very good.
Get your teacher to buy some new heads for them, may be surprised what they sound like. Old doesn't necessarily mean bad, they could be incredible sounding kits if tuned up properly with new heads. Do you know what drums they are?

I play a Yamaha kit I've had for 28 years and a DW performance kit I've had for 5 years. Zildjian cymbals on both.
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Old 05-24-2015, 04:46 PM
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What are the "old" sets? Old does not always mean junk.
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Old 05-24-2015, 06:24 PM
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1967 Rogers Holiday 12/16/20 and 2014 Yamaha Club Custom 12/14/18 - use the Club Custom for jazz and the indie acoustic band I'm in, and use the Rogers for jazz, punk, everything else, an amazing "old" kit that can hold it's own with any modern high end kit.

I've played on low budget kits at practice spaces that sounded quite good due to good heads and being well tuned - tell your school to put new heads on their wish list, maybe someone will donate some!
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Old 05-24-2015, 06:57 PM
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DW Design series... best bang for the buck i could find...
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:07 PM
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My 1960's Ludwig Bop Set
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:16 PM
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I have a 70s Ludwig classic maple, and a 2013 Ludwig classic maple. The 70s kit lives in cases and is ready to go at a moments' notice.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:24 PM
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PDP CX series in White Onyx (WMP)

Talk about your bang for the buck. $125 for a 22 x 18 kick, 12" rack tom, 14" suspended floor tom and a 14 x 5 snare.

I added a 10" tom for 100 and a 16" legged floor tom for another 200 by the time I re wrapped it. I don't use the suspended tom, and gave the snare to my son. I like a 5 piece.

So 425 total. I get a lot of compliments on that set. I almost hate saying that they were so inexpensive to those who compliment them, it bursts their bubble. So I don't mention it anymore.

I could gig a much more expensive DW Collectors exotic set but TBH, I get as good of a sound from my PDP's.

I like the stage look of the PDP's. The wrap is nice and bright, where my DW's lacquer finish is really dark.

I like how they record on my little capture device too. They beat the snot out of my now donated Pearl Session Customs tone-wise.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:33 PM
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I play a Sonorlite set made three months after the meltdown.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:56 PM
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At home I have two acoustic kits: a 4 piece DW Collectors (Broken Glass) - 24, 13, 16, and 6x14 edge snare; and a 7 piece PDP CX (Blue Onyx) - 22, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 5.5x14 snare. I also have a Yamaha DTXtreme.

At a rehearsal space I have a 4 piece early 1970's Yamaha CS series - 20, 12, 14, and 5.5x14 steel snare.

The PDP, and Yamaha, are seeing the most action for gigs.
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Gretsch Renown, 22, 8, 10, 12, 14

Orphan Kit 12 rack, 13 floor, 18 x 16 bass

Assorted others to add to either kit. 10 inch Catalina rack, and a 16 x 16 Catalina floor tom
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I like 'quite old'
1960's Slingerlands 13-16-22 and 12-16-20

ask your teacher to put new 'skins' on the old kits and they will sound fine.
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Old 05-24-2015, 09:39 PM
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DW Collectors Maple
Vintage 1960's Premier
Gretsch Catalina
Pearl Export
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PDP CX series in White Onyx (WMP)

Talk about your bang for the buck. $125 for a 22 x 18 kick, 12" rack tom, 14" suspended floor tom and a 14 x 5 snare.

I added a 10" tom for 100 and a 16" legged floor tom for another 200 by the time I re wrapped it. I don't use the suspended tom, and gave the snare to my son. I like a 5 piece.

So 425 total. I get a lot of compliments on that set. I almost hate saying that they were so inexpensive to those who compliment them, it bursts their bubble. So I don't mention it anymore.

I could gig a much more expensive DW Collectors exotic set but TBH, I get as good of a sound from my PDP's.
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At home I have two acoustic kits: a 4 piece DW Collectors (Broken Glass) - 24, 13, 16, and 6x14 edge snare; and a 7 piece PDP CX (Blue Onyx) - 22, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 5.5x14 snare. I also have a Yamaha DTXtreme.

The PDP, and Yamaha, are seeing the most action for gigs.
Don't want to hijack the thread, but have you guys noticed the recognition that the early PDP CX kits are getting now? The "secret" on these kits seems to be getting around. Made in Mexico using DW machines and the same maple wood used by DW USA, and assembled by people who apparently had been well trained, as the quality control on these was very good. The CX series are essentially DW drums with ugly lugs! I wouldn't part with mine at all. Might buy another set some day, but the CXs are going nowhere.

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Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute Nouveau
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I play a Frankenstein kit. Ludwig/dw combo. All different years and colors.
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Main kit - Yamaha Maple Custom in Natural 22, 14, 12, 10
Other kit - Ludwig Accent in Wine 22x2, 16, 13, 12, 10, 8, 6
2am drumming - Simmons SD5X
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Kit at home is a DW Performers 6 piece.
Kit at rehearsal studio is Tama Artstar 7 piece.
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Yamaha Stage Custom with Istanbul Mehmet Sultan cymbals and a Gibraltar throne.
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I have a few kits I use :

For Big Band and Classic Rock Gigs - Yamaha Club Custom 10/12/14/20

For small group Jazz,Big band and occasionally Classic Rock - Gretsch USA Custom 12/14/20

For rehearsals, acoustic small room gigs - Whitney Nesting Penguin 16 kit.

For practice at home - Yamaha DTX950K

I also own a 1972 Gretsch kit in walnut lacquer 18/12/14
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10/12/14/16/22 Catalina Maple
Gibraltar 9000 stands
DW 5000 DBD pedal and hi-hat stand.
Snares from Gretsch, Ludwig, Longo, Yamaha and G.Way.
Roc'n'Soc/Gibraltar throne
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Yamaha Live Oak 10 12 16 22
Magstar Maple 12 16 22
1971 Slingerland 12 16 22
Snares, Ludwig, Pearl, Magstar, Logo's
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2006 Mapex in peacock swirl---12,13,16,22,14x5 with PDP, Tama, Pearl, and Mapex hardware---Meinl, Zildjian, Wuhan, and Sabian cymbals---Remo Pinstripes on the toms, coated Ambassador on the snare, and Powerstroke 3 on the bass with all stock resos---I only have $700 into the kit, and like larryace mentioned I don't tell people anymore so I won't hurt their feelings! I also agree that heads, and tuning are the key to great sounding drums
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I play my 1987 Tama Granstar 9 piece kit.





Inspired by Lars Ulrich I got it as my first kit and strangely enough it could be it, I mean the one in the picture below:



I have yet to get it confirmed but the kit and Lars were in London at the same time. Also the bass drum skins?? Came from the Puppets tour kit which also were in London with Metallica. Strange one.
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Early 50's Gretsch Broadkaster WMP 22, 13, 16, w matching snare
Mid 60's Slingerland jazz BMP 18, 12, 14, w matching Artist snare
late 60's Ludwig 6 piece WMP 20, 12, 13, 14, 16, w Black Beauty snare
Ludwig Club Date Special Edition WMP 22, 13, 16, w matching snare
Mapex Saturn Manhattan Jazz Cherry lacquer 18, 10, 12, 14, w matching snare
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Get your teacher to buy some new heads for them, may be surprised what they sound like. Old doesn't necessarily mean bad, they could be incredible sounding kits if tuned up properly with new heads. Do you know what drums they are?
I'll see what I can do, and I'll check when I'm back at school.

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What are the "old" sets? Old does not always mean junk.
True, the skins are just very battered.

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For a clean, contemporary pop sound: Yamaha Oak Custom 10/12/14/22

For everything else: Gretsch Round Badge 13/16/20

A selection of snares but my main choices are:
DW Craviotto Single-Ply Maple 6.5x14
70s Ludwig Black Beauty 5.5x14
70s Ludwig 402 6.5x14

A selection of cymbals, mostly K Zildjians but I've got some vintage 50s and 60s As that I love and a few Sabian models kicking around, too.
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In our blues band, I use these:

Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz: 18x14, 12x8, and 14x14; sometimes I use the toms with a Pearl Export 22x18 bass drum that matches

Snares: Pacific SX 14x5.5, Mapex Saturn 14x5.5

Cymbals (all Sabian): AA Bash Ride 21", AAX Studio Crash 18", AA Thin Crash 17", and XS20 Medium Hats 14"

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90's Tama Starclassic Performer
EMAD on the kick drum and coated Vintage Emperors on the toms
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I've never been a good "obedient" consumer, since 10 years old I've played the same WMP 2pc. 50's Leedy with a 60's WMP Ludwig tom. Zildjian K's and an A crash.
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I've never been a good "obedient" consumer, since 10 years old I've played the same WMP 2pc. 50's Leedy with a 60's WMP Ludwig tom. Zildjian K's and an A crash.
So what, you are 12 years old then, right? :P

Good God man...how you manage to pull that off...with all the temptation here....is so far beyond my own personal comprehension, that I just have to stand in awe at the sheer magnitude of your self control.

Did I hear you correctly? A 2 piece? That's insane!
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Good God man...how you manage to pull that off... with all the temptation here.... is so far beyond my own personal comprehension, that I just have to stand in awe at the sheer magnitude of your self control.

So what, you are 12 years old then, right? :P

Did I hear you correctly? A 2 piece?
If I were a working pro or semi-pro, it'd be different...you all need those extra options, snares, cymbals.

Some day I'm going to own something along the lines of those beautiful Guru's that you are sporting, btw. :) But it's just not fascinating to me...I try all different drums in the drum shops, and they just don't sound much better than what I have. lol
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Main kit is a Mapex Saturn, 1up, 1down (12, 16, 22) and a variety of snares from Mapex, Pearl and Ludwig. All Zildjian A Customs, K custom hybrids, Avedis.

Small gigs and street drumming= Breakbeats
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I play a Yamaha Stage Custom set. I use it for the open mic jam. Many other drummers play on it every week.

I have a 1963 Slingerland kit that was my first drum set.

I Have a new Yamaha Live Custom oak kit that I love. It is the first new kit I ever purchased. It is my "don't touch my drums" set.

I play Zildjian cymbals. I had to hit a lot of cymbals to find out what I like.

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Early 90's Pearl Export (black) with Ludwig "Blackrolite"

15" New Beat hats
17" UFiP Supernova Crash
10" Kahzaan Splash
17" Zildjian K Custom Hybrid Crash (which I also ride)
17" Zildjian A Custom Crash
19" UFiP Supernova Ride (may be a different size)

Plus tambourine, cowbells, chimes and "eggs"...percussion-y things seem to be finding me.
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I've never been a good "obedient" consumer, since 10 years old I've played the same WMP 2pc. 50's Leedy with a 60's WMP Ludwig tom. Zildjian K's and an A crash.
Cool, do you have a pic anywhere here on DW?
Amazing you've kept it so long.
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Big Venue Kit: DW Performance Pewter Sparkle (8,10,12,16,22)

Small Venue Kit: 1964 Ludwig Downbeat Black Diamond Pearl (12,14,20)

Snares:
Ludwig 1964 LM400 Supraphonic Chrome over Ludalloy 5 x 14
Ludwig 1978 LM405 Acrolite w/Imperial Lugs 6.5 x 14
Ludwig Joey Kramer LE "Hit Hard" Nickel over Brass 6.5 x 14
Ludwig LM404 Black Galaxy Acrolite 5 x 14
DW Performance 10ply Maple 6.5 x 14
Sonic Custom Keller 6ply Maple 6.5 x 14
Gretsch Free-floating Maple 5.5 x 10


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12" A Custom Splash
14" A Thin Crash (x2)
14" A Quick Beat Hats
14" A 60's Vintage Hats
14" A 70's New Beat Hats
14" A Custom Mastersound Hats
16" A Custom Crash
17" Armand Sound Lab Prototype Crash
18" A 60's Vintage Ride
19" A Medium Ride
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Gretsch New Classic WMP, 8", 10", 12", 14" & 18" with matching snare, and a black nickel over brass 5x14" ltd edition snare. Paiste 2002 and some K's & A's.
At home a Roland e-kit.
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I have two kits: a first-generation Yamaha Stage Custom in 8/10/12/14/16/20, and a 1972-ish Ludwig Standard with 3-ply shells in 13/16/22 which I recovered from being dumpster food to being my #1 kit. I also play a Mapex Mars birch kit at church with the same diameters as my Ludwigs, only the 13" is a power tom.

Clean the drums, give them new heads properly tuned, and you'd be amazed. There are actually very few drums that cannot be made to sound at least decent.
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