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Old 04-30-2007, 10:37 PM
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with new pies!

here are some pics i took today, please feel free to leave any comments you have:

le kit


those aren't my nasty sandals


neat angle


from the opposite side


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Old 04-30-2007, 10:45 PM
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Great looking kit man. I love the outdoor daylight pictures. Your set looks great!!
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Old 04-30-2007, 10:57 PM
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Really nice drums and cymbals. I like the look of the axis hihat.
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:00 PM
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those drums are sexy, especially the axis hi hat pedal
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:39 PM
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Can you get my jaw for me? yeah it is right there on the floor.

Awesome kit.
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I've been looking at that Pork Pie snare for a while. I'd love to get your opinion on it as an owner.

BTW - Kit looks fantastic! Love the hardware and the Bosphorus' are always a good choice!
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:51 PM
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Wow *drools* that is sooooooo sick.

How do you like those axis pedals for a jazz?
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Nice pies and Gretsch. I really like the sans drums view the most.
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:12 AM
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ohmygodohmygodohmygodohmygodohmygod.

giant beats.
stanton moore sigs.
gretsches
ec2s.

you are my hero. even though your setup is a little too spaced out for my personal tastes, if it works for you then i see no problem with it.

congrats on an otherwise AMAZING kit.
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:18 AM
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Love the Bos plates man! Those are the Stanton Moore cymbals yeah? How do you like 'em?
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:31 AM
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Beayoootiful kit bro, what are the Axis pedals like? dont see too many in the UK!
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:38 AM
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Beautiful finish! Is that a Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz?
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:44 AM
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Thats great! How do your GBs mix with the Bosphorus? I nearly bought a 20" GB and that Pork Pie snare before. Good taste :)
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:52 AM
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Beautiful kit! Those drums really look nice in the daylight! What kind of Gretsch is that?

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Old 05-01-2007, 01:53 AM
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What a lovely kit :)
I dig that snare
Is it a vistalite?
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:25 AM
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wow! thanks for all of the comments everyone!

mapex589: yes, the cherry finish is much more vibrant out in the sunlight than in my room, so i thought i'd set up outside for the photo shoot

tuxido and ironcobra: thanks, yes the axis hi hat stand is very nice. very smooth and very sexy

smoothjazz: haha thank you.

ecvail: thanks for the compliments! the pig lite is a great snare, especially for money. it's plenty loud, and plenty bright. it's got a nice crack, but tuned medium high has some good body behind it. it's not for jazz, but aside from that, it's a pretty versatile snare.

jayp: thanks man. well, sadly enough i don't play jazz but i'm confident that if one did want to play jazz with an axis pedal, he could.

gruntersdad: blasphemy! haha, just kidding.

kung foo: glad you like the set up haha.

kcdrummer: i LOVE them. especially the pang thang. i've never had a trashy cymbal before... i was missing out. now i'm working on incorporating it into my band's material. the wide ride is amazing as well. at 2477g, it has a beautiful warm wash and warm crash, but has better stick than i thought it would (which is a plus) they're my first two bosphorus purchases, and surely won't be my last.

jon cable: thanks! the axis pedals are great. fantastic. they have a different feel than other pedals i've tried because of the long foot board, so they're not for everyone. but yah... very smooth. the hi hat stand is also super light weight... which is a plus if you're carrying your gear around.

byebyepanda: not a club, it's a catalina maple. i posted this thread right before i had to be at work, so i didn't have time to type up the specs

driver: they mix quite well actually. the wide ride's dark crash is a nice contrast to the brighter giant beat's. the hats are a bit on the warmer side. they fit nicely with the ride, because while the ride has a dark wash and crash as i said earlier, it has a brighter stick that sounds wonderful. also, crashing the pang and the multi together sounds amazing!

trommur and groovemaster flex: thanks! here are the specs:

drums
gretsch catalina maple (cherry finish)
12x9 rack
16x16 floor
22x18 bass
pork pie
14x6 snare

cymbals
15" giant beat hats
20" giant beat multi
22" bosphorus wide ride
20" bosphorus pang thang

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pdp stands
roc-n-soc throne
axis hi hat stand
axis bass pedal

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snare: batter: remo ambassador; reso: evans300 hazy
rack: batter: evans ec1; reso: aquarian classic clear
floor: batter: evans ec2; reso: evans g1
bass: batter: aquarian super kick II; reso: gretsch stock

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i think that's everything...
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Old 05-01-2007, 06:43 AM
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I swear some bass drums look smaller in pictures haha
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Old 05-01-2007, 07:16 AM
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Beautiful drums, great taste in cymbals, and I really dig that deck, and the color of the house, where in Richmond is that?
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Old 05-01-2007, 08:48 AM
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nice nice nice nice nice...
I was looking yesterday for a gretsch catalina ! I have a DW kit now and I want a good 2nd kit !
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Old 05-01-2007, 09:04 AM
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Very classy and elegant. I like the mod look of the snare mixed with the "old school" look of the Gretsch's. And the mix of cymbals, very cool. Again, your own unique spin. Cool.
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Old 05-01-2007, 03:28 PM
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byebyepanda: it doesn't look like at 22" does it?

kcmcc: thanks man, i live in the far west end/short pump area. we built the deck ourselves!

superbatman: i've only played a dw kit in a guitar center, but if you're looking for a kit as good as quality as your dw, you should look at the renowns or usa customs. but if you're looking for a nice sounding kit to gig with or the like, i can definitely vouch for the catalina.

harryconway: thanks! yah, it is an interesting juxtaposition between the pig lite and the classic gretsch kit. i've never thought of it that way.

thanks for the comments everyone! keep them coming
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:09 PM
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You know my feeling about your nice looking kit & setup. I've commented on cymbalholic.

Still great :-)

EDIT: how you like Evans EC's series ?
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:42 PM
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Sweet kit (4) piece just the way I like it.if you can't. play with a (4) piece kit what makes you think you can a (14) piece kit.keeping it real and simple.very nice.

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Old 05-01-2007, 06:24 PM
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Sweet kit (4) piece just the way I like it.if you can't. play with a (4) piece kit what makes you think you can a (14) piece kit.keeping it real and simple.very nice.

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With the dots in the middle of the sentence, and the numbers in parenthesis that was a little to weird to read, lol.

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Old 05-01-2007, 06:51 PM
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With the dots in the middle of the sentence, and the numbers in parenthesis that was a little to weird to read, lol.

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you still understand it though don't. you...................................... that's all you need right there nothing worse then seeing a huge kit and the drummer not knowing what to do not only that but I rather set up a 4-piece kit then a 4000 piece kit.LOL.that's for drummers who have roadies.

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Old 05-01-2007, 06:56 PM
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kcmcc: thanks man, i live in the far west end/short pump area. we built the deck ourselves!
That would definitely explain it!
Living in the fan, I forgot that trees can actually grow somehow other than in straight lines down the sidewalk!

Speaking of Richmond (shameless plug)
We're playing at Cary Street on Thursday (opening for Sin City Revival - it should be the hardest rocking show they've had in a while!)
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you still understand it though don't. you...................................... that's all you need right there nothing worse then seeing a huge kit and the drummer not knowing what to do not only that but I rather set up a 4-piece kit then a 4000 piece kit.LOL.that's for drummers who have roadies.

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Yeah, I understood it alright ;) No problem here ;)

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Old 05-01-2007, 08:13 PM
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That would definitely explain it!
Living in the fan, I forgot that trees can actually grow somehow other than in straight lines down the sidewalk!

Speaking of Richmond (shameless plug)
We're playing at Cary Street on Thursday (opening for Sin City Revival - it should be the hardest rocking show they've had in a while!)
Kevin - you playing anywhere Fri or Sat night? If so, send me a email or a MySpace message.

Nathin - LOVE the pedals!! We're working on getting Axes this very moment.
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Old 05-01-2007, 08:51 PM
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Yeah, I understood it alright ;) No problem here ;)

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oh by the way I like your kit also,nice kit you're a Portnoy fan also am I right? I haven't. had the chance too hear the new Dream Theater I've. heard mixed reviews on it can't. wait to get a chance too hear it.

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oh by the way I like your kit also,nice kit you're a Portnoy fan also am I right? I haven't. had the chance too hear the new Dream Theater I've. heard mixed reviews on it can't. wait to get a chance too hear it.

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Thanks Bonzolead! I've changed the setup now, like D.C. Drummer had it on his latest thread :D

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Old 05-02-2007, 12:02 AM
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There's an awful lot of pure class in that setup. You should be very, very proud.

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I like the clear acrylic kit in the last pic : ^ P

Kit look great.
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Old 05-02-2007, 04:33 AM
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mind drummer: thanks for the nice comment over at cymbalholic! i really like the ec series. they sound just as good as the coated aquarian studio xs i'm very fond of, and they're also more durable. (i tended to dent my studio x heads quickly). i'd recommend giving them a try!

bonzolead: i understand where you're coming from: the kit was originally a six piece, and only after experimenting with various tom combinations did i finally settle back into the one up one down set up.

kcmcc: haha nice. i sent you a pm.

groove: thanks shane, i appreciate it. i'll be in the shop again soon, i'm sure. do you have anymore clinics or events planned? [and it's 'nathan' ; ) ]

mfb: oh i am proud. it's my pride and joy. all purchased with my hard earned money (aside from the kit itself which i took a chunk out of my graduation money). thanks for the compliment

gmrakich: haha. thank you.
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Gretsch & Bosphorus, right on man. I think you know I have a Gretsch Renown/Bosphorus Turk setup. I'm back to playing a small setup again as well - 10/14 tom setup with a hi-hat, splash, 20" medium ride, and 19" thin ride (used as a crash) - and I'm loving it. It's like home for me. I also like the coated EC's as well too. I just put an EC1 on my 10 and an EC2 on my 14 and they're wonderful. I tune the resos pretty high so I can get a nice short sustain good for jazz or funk.

Do the Catalina Maples not come with the usual Gretsch tom holder any more? As tricky as it can be to adjust sometimes, I'd miss the flexibility if I didn't have it.
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Old 05-02-2007, 02:27 PM
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mind drummer: thanks for the nice comment over at cymbalholic! i really like the ec series. they sound just as good as the coated aquarian studio xs i'm very fond of, and they're also more durable. (i tended to dent my studio x heads quickly). i'd recommend giving them a try!

bonzolead: i understand where you're coming from: the kit was originally a six piece, and only after experimenting with various tom combinations did i finally settle back into the one up one down set up.

kcmcc: haha nice. i sent you a pm.

groove: thanks shane, i appreciate it. i'll be in the shop again soon, i'm sure. do you have anymore clinics or events planned? [and it's 'nathan' ; ) ]

mfb: oh i am proud. it's my pride and joy. all purchased with my hard earned money (aside from the kit itself which i took a chunk out of my graduation money). thanks for the compliment

gmrakich: haha. thank you.
it seems weird to me also,I played a 5-piece for years and for about the last 10 yrs. i've been playing 4-piece I guess I like the ride a little closer or just the simplicity of it.Oh by the way how do you like those Bosphorus cymbals?
i've never played them.


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Old 05-02-2007, 05:28 PM
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wow.. they are pretty. especially in that sunlight.

BTw how much did that snare run you?
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great set up! love your cymbals!
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Old 05-03-2007, 05:20 AM
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fourstringdrums: thanks rob! yes i do you're a gretsch/bos man. your cymbal collection and drums are amazing. (you have good taste in gear!) what's this about the gretsch tom holder?

bonzolead: bosphorus is great! you should definitely check them out. they're not too popular (nowhere near the big 3 anyway), but they are definitely great sounding cymbals.

tamadrummer132: thank you! the snare was $200

gretsch223: thanks a lot!
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fourstringdrums: thanks rob! yes i do you're a gretsch/bos man. your cymbal collection and drums are amazing. (you have good taste in gear!) what's this about the gretsch tom holder?

bonzolead: bosphorus is great! you should definitely check them out. they're not too popular (nowhere near the big 3 anyway), but they are definitely great sounding cymbals.

tamadrummer132: thank you! the snare was $200

gretsch223: thanks a lot!
I was just saying that it looks like they changed the Tom Holder for Catalina Maples. You have a tom holder like the one pictured here:



While my Renowns and the now defunct Catalina Birch kit I had have a tom holder like this:

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Old 05-03-2007, 05:40 AM
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I was just saying that it looks like they changed the Tom Holder for Catalina Maples. You have a tom holder like the one pictured here:



While my Renowns and the now defunct Catalina Birch kit I had have a tom holder like this:

ahh, i see. i definitely like the look of the tom holder you have a lot better than mine. mine looks so bulky and ugly compared to yours haha. i didn't find my tom holder difficult to adjust though. the 'ball and socket' design works fairly well my needs
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