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Old 06-14-2007, 02:22 PM
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Default Tons of new stuff (Dunnett, DW, Ocheltree etc....)

DW Collectors Series Kit Red Sparkle Finish ply with 24k Gold Hardware (w x d):

22 x 18 Bass w/ Powerstroke 4
12 x 10 tom with Emperors over ambassador
16 x 16 Floor w / Emperor over ambassador

Not shown* 13 x 11 tom

Snares (d x w):

Dunnett 6.5 x 13 Ti with red center line
Dunnett 6.5 x 14 Steel with tube-less lugs
DW 5 x 14 10+6 maple
DW 6.5 x 14 Brass
DW 6.5 x 14 Copper w/ gold hardware
DW 6 x 12 sinking blue
OCDP 6 x 14 White Sparkle Type 2 with four 2" Vents Trick T/O
Ocheltree 5.5 x 14 Carbon Steel Snare
Pacific 6 x 10 black 805 auxillary w/ Evans EC2

And I am currently working on the 7 x 14 oak and black walnut stave drum in the last picture, its going to have all brass hardware…

Cymbals (All Zildjians):
8” A custom splash
9” K hybrid splash
10” K Brilliant Splash
10” A custom splash
13” K/Z hi hats (not shown)
14" A new beat hi hat
19” K Medium thin dark crash
19” K china (not shown)
20” A custom medium crash
20” A custom China
20" A custom projection ride
21” A Sweet ride (brilliant)

LP cowbell and jamblock Low (pearl clamps)

DW Cymbal stands
DW 9000 double pedal
DW hardcore beaters
GMS Hi hat stand
Tama cymbal clamps

And I have a ton of mics and such in the box I’m just waiting on the mic stands, snare stand and the Dunnett Ti Timbale I ordered before me and my bands can record….

Enjoy the pics and let me know what you think….

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Dunnett. Ocheltree. DW. Zildjian.
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Old 06-14-2007, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Tons of new stuff (Dunnett, DW, Ocheltree etc....)

Very nice set dude. Love your cymbal selection but especially your snare collection
Congrats to the set..
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Old 06-14-2007, 03:54 PM
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You must be sessioning....
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Old 06-14-2007, 08:21 PM
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Very nice collection.
Which do you prefer, the Dunnett titanium or the Ocheltree Carbon Steel?
I have seriously considered buying both, but have only heard sound clips of the Dunnett.
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:21 AM
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Your snare drum collection is one of the finest that I've ever seen (including my local guitar center).
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Old 06-15-2007, 03:01 AM
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Now there's finally a footrest for the couch.....

Just kidding. Nice kit/collection.
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wow that last snare is gorgeous, make sure to make another thread for that when its done. looks amazing so far
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Default Re: Tons of new stuff (Dunnett, DW, Ocheltree etc....)

Who did the stave shell for ya?

titanium is cool... but.... well my avatar says it all =) lol
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Old 06-15-2007, 05:46 PM
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Default Re: Tons of new stuff (Dunnett, DW, Ocheltree etc....)

Thanks everyone for the kind words and to answer some of your questions:

Hateplow - The ocheltree and dunnetts are unique drums, each has its own pros and cons, the dunnett is truly a one of a kind drum but very expensive and it took over 6 months to get mine (try ebay if you want to go the dunnett route. i got my steel dunnett very cheap and only had to wait 3 days). The ocheltree i also love but its not as sensitive as a dunnett, but it cuts through and suits the playing of my one band better (our sound is along the lines of the deftones). I could live happily with it for the price had i not been able to afford both. I am even considering buying a 6.5 x 14 ocheltree just for live playing i like them that much. if the cost is a determining factor id say get the ocheltree and use the rest to buy cymbals etc... or a second ocheltree, if money is a non-factor buy the dunnett, either way you won't be disappointed. (hope this helps)

Crazyhorse - the stave shell was built by Jon of Bondrums. I found some pics of his work on the drummaker forum and started talking to him about different stuff i'd be interested in and he was already starting one in the specs i wanted to it just worked out, i am very pleased with the shell so far (ill wait to pass final judgement till she is all done). and on the note of the Titaniums, you were six months too late in making one, had i known about the mg's and their affordability etc... i might have checked them out... guess my timing isnt the best... Good luck with them


and again thanks everybody!
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Old 06-15-2007, 05:49 PM
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Default Re: Tons of new stuff (Dunnett, DW, Ocheltree etc....)

Hadn't heard of him before.. cool work though. Yea I actually set out to build titanium drums too but then reallized that there's about 3-4 people doing it now and I wanted to do something a bit different. Titanium has a cool sound (I did do one prototype for myself) for sure just tough to work around the price for anyone that isn't a professional musician. Good luck with the recording I'm guessing you're doing soon. =)
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