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Old 06-04-2015, 09:55 AM
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I'll kick this off with some lovely Origin series porn. We have a customer interested in this specific setup. It's such a nice morning, I set the kit up in the shade & took some shots to send to him.

6mm thick undrilled Origin solid segmented beech / ovangkol shells. 22" x 12" bass drum - 15" x 12" floor tom, & 14" x 7" In-Tense series English ash / ovangkol snare.
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Old 06-04-2015, 02:05 PM
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Stunning kit! Please tell me you have something under the bass drum protecting it from all those stones.
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Old 06-04-2015, 03:35 PM
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Stunning kit! Please tell me you have something under the bass drum protecting it from all those stones.
Thank you :)

Oh yes, the bass drum shell & hoops are clear of the stones. It's standing on it's spurs & the special bass drum pedal bracket that attaches to the batter hoop.
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Old 06-04-2015, 06:17 PM
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Good heavens, I am drooling all over my shirt! I prefer 3 or 4 pece sets when I play sets.
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How do the floor tom legs stay in those brackets? Just weight of the tom?
I don't see a wing nut or tightening mechanism, other than the bolts.
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:06 PM
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Good heavens, I am drooling all over my shirt! I prefer 3 or 4 pece sets when I play sets.
It's been a long time since I gigged a 3 piece, but after playing this, I must admit, I'm tempted :)

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How do the floor tom legs stay in those brackets? Just weight of the tom?
I don't see a wing nut or tightening mechanism, other than the bolts.
The 4 bolts (stainless steel tension screws) lightly clamp the leg in place, but in normal use, you only need to tighten two bolts. The whole clamping assembly is spring loaded. The bracket itself is not attached to the shell. It floats away from the shell, & is attached to the external reinforcement ring via stainless steel pins. It's all aluminium - very lightweight & sturdy.
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:22 PM
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I feel sooo guilty playing a 4 piece after seeing that guru kit!!!

That's it!.....I am removing my 10" tom now!!!
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:32 PM
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Great googly-moogly! That is a beautiful kit.

The leg/spur mounting system is awesome.

Guru drums keep moving up on my next kit list. :)
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I dig that kit.. looks like pergo flooring...
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That Guru kit is sweet. Gorgeous drums and great sizes.

Here's my 3-piece in a few different configurations.
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I feel sooo guilty playing a 4 piece after seeing that guru kit!!!

That's it!.....I am removing my 10" tom now!!!
I know the feeling :)

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Great googly-moogly! That is a beautiful kit.

The leg/spur mounting system is awesome.

Guru drums keep moving up on my next kit list. :)
Thank you :) The T6 aluminium hardware is developed in house, & manufactured in the UK specifically for Origin series undrilled shells. We're very proud of it.

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That Guru kit is sweet. Gorgeous drums and great sizes.

Here's my 3-piece in a few different configurations.
Thank you, but I'm loving your setup. Really crisp looking kit, & the shallow bass drum option is something you don't see very often.
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Nice work team! Some serious eye candy :)

Here's a little three-piece RC & Brady Combo...
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Old 06-05-2015, 03:13 AM
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That Guru kit is sweet. Gorgeous drums and great sizes.

Here's my 3-piece in a few different configurations.
What's the depth of the shallow bass drum? Liking that a whole lot.
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Here's a little three-piece RC & Brady Combo...
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Thank you, but I'm loving your setup. Really crisp looking kit, & the shallow bass drum option is something you don't see very often.
Thanks! One thing I've noticed about 3-piece setups is you can really get a good look at all the drums since they are not blocked by other drums. I think this is a big plus with your kit since all that beautiful wood is in full, unimpeded view.

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What's the depth of the shallow bass drum? Liking that a whole lot.
The shallow kick is from an older Pearl Rhythm Traveler kit. The size is 20x8. The idea was to use it as the foundation for an ultra-portable kit with a small footprint. I put an Aquarian Superkick I on the batter and an Aquarian Regulator on the reso. Tuned up with these heads, it actually sounds pretty good. Since the above photo was taken, I have also added a Mapex bass drum lift for extra resonance and better beater placement, and I upgraded the spurs. Here's how it's looking now:
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Old 06-05-2015, 04:13 AM
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Oh boy. About that cup of tea....

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Nice work team! Some serious eye candy :)

Here's a little three-piece RC & Brady Combo...
A great looking kit, & fine looking room too :)

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Thanks! One thing I've noticed about 3-piece setups is you can really get a good look at all the drums since they are not blocked by other drums. I think this is a big plus with your kit since all that beautiful wood is in full, unimpeded view.
Indeed. Not having really set up many three piece kits before, it's something that's passed me by. I'm really liking the look, & the playing vibe too.
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I don't have a 3 piece kit. The smallest kit I have is a 4 piece, so I can't play.

I don't think I could survive with just a floor tom.
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I don't have a 3 piece kit. The smallest kit I have is a 4 piece, so I can't play.

I don't think I could survive with just a floor tom.
Y'know Larry, having listened to you play in a band / jam context, I think you could. Ok, perhaps not every gig, but some for sure.

For my Fired Up gig, I'd find it really difficult. I could get through the parts - no issue - but I think the band would be unhappy, especially on some of the melodic numbers or those requiring mandatory stadium fill stuff ;)

I have used a 3 piece for a certain gig (actually, a paid mini tour) back in the day, & I hope to find a gig suited to that again someday too. It was a lot of fun!

There's a subtle twist to a 3 piece kit in a pop / rock setting. It places the bass drum front & centre, both visually & musically. I like that ;)
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There's a subtle twist to a 3 piece kit in a pop / rock setting. It places the bass drum front & centre, both visually & musically. I like that ;)
Yes, I agree. I've worked the kick into my playing much more since going with a 3-piece, particularly with fills. Of course, there is nothing stopping me from doing that with a larger kit, I'm simply more likely to do it when my options are limited. A 3-piece setup pushes me to try things that I hadn't considered before, and I've discovered that I like these different approaches.
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I gigged with three pieces a few times and I can do it. But eliminating the rack tom doesn't save me anymore space. It would just be one less thing I'm carrying, which I suppose is a good thing. But having the extra voice doesn't hurt.
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I agree with Keep it Simple that small kits really move the focus to the kick, however, I still think a 4 piece gives the best of both worlds. I also think that a three piece really focuses sound engineers minds. In other words they give both kick and FT the attention they deserve. Having said that I played a fair few gigs with snare, 13 tom and a kick but no floor and that works too. Having said that one of my drumming epiphanies was the melodic multi tom but tight playing on Japan's album 'tin drum'.
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A 3-piece setup pushes me to try things that I hadn't considered before, and I've discovered that I like these different approaches.
Back in the day, & only for a few months, I agree. TBH, I'm keen to find a context where I can give it another go :)

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one of my drumming epiphanies was the melodic multi tom but tight playing on Japan's album 'tin drum'.
you played on Japan's album? Bryan Ferry "lite" plus a DX7 ;)
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A 3 piece set forces you to be more innovative on what you have! Since most agree that the snare drum is the most important, and the set is built around it, with 3 pieces, snare come front and center. This will force you to be a better snare drummer. Below is some of the finest brush work I have ever heard, and it would be the ultimate on a 3 piece set! Time to drag out the cow bell and wood block too . . .

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For my Fired Up gig, I'd find it really difficult. I could get through the parts - no issue - but I think the band would be unhappy, especially on some of the melodic numbers or those requiring mandatory stadium fill stuff ;)
I have the exact same problem. I love the look of a 3-piece and would love to feel even more like a smug minimalist with no rack tom, though.

Here's my kit as a 3 in amusingly similar sizes to Andy's: 14x6.5", 15x14", and 20x15".



Just realized this is the first appearance of my 14" brass snare on this forum. Believe it, folks. It's good.
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I adore that setup, porter ^. Freaking gorgeous.

I think you could totally get away with that. Personally, I like smaller kits because they force me to be creative. Less stuff means I have to use modulation, displacement, rudiments, and creative divisions of time to keep things interesting. I know you're fantastic at all of those things, you don't give yourself enough credit.

Also, the whole quality over quantity thing certainly favors people with small kits, on most budgets at least.

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For almost all playing, I agree, plus another 2 on top for good measure.
And don't forget the wind chimes ;)
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Guys - confirmed this morning, that kit is on it's way to Canada :)

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Also, the whole quality over quantity thing certainly favors people with small kits, on most budgets at least.
This is a very good point, & certainly applies to this particular kit. In this series though, there's a greater than usual disparity between cost of floor toms & bass drums compared to mounted toms.

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Since most agree that the snare drum is the most important, and the set is built around it, with 3 pieces, snare come front and center.
I couldn't agree more, but as my modest bass drum skills eclipse my snare skills, I tend to gravitate towards driving the bass drum.

Utterly wonderful brush jam BTW!

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Video, or it didn't happen ;)

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The bar is raised so high by the OP that I'm just not worthy of posting. Gorgeous kit Andy and that kick size is so darn practical. The only 12" deep drum on the planet that I'd love to own and play.
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The bar is raised so high by the OP that I'm just not worthy of posting. Gorgeous kit Andy and that kick size is so darn practical. The only 12" deep drum on the planet that I'd love to own and play.
Thanks my deep pocketed friend, but post away! Anyhow, fear not, this kit won't be showing up here again, it's off to Canada very soon :(
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All 3-piece kits are worthy!
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I couldn't agree more :)
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How about a different 3 piece?

My church setup. 20x14 Rogers bass drum. That's a 13" Drumcraft in this photo but I have recently added a 12" Rogers tom and a Rogers bracket.

The snare is a 30's Leedy but lately I have settled on my Tempus, sounds better at a lower tuning for that tiny room.

My drum teacher plays with a similar setup and he is a helluva drummer. For Jazz and the lighter praise stuff I play at church I don't need the FT.
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How about a different 3 piece?
Very nice! Is that a Vater Bomb I see there? (love those things)

I completely get where you're coming from with omitting the floor tom in a lighter touch setting. Just no need for that lower "finishing" voice.
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Andy, that is actually one of those new Vic Kicks. I was drawn to this because of the foam core as opposed to the cork of the Vater. Basically the same attack as a foam beater but with much more light, Jazzy, featheriness.

I recently scored a set of parade snares turned floor toms. In the spirit of the unconventional setup I will try running these with a single kick as a zero up 2 down 4 piece.

On that note, I may PM you for some edge finishing tips.
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On that note, I may PM you for some edge finishing tips.
No problem. just let me know what you're trying to achieve, & I'll do my best :)
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Back in the day, & only for a few months, I agree. TBH, I'm keen to find a context where I can give it another go :)

For almost all playing, I agree, plus another 2 on top for good measure.

you played on Japan's album? Bryan Ferry "lite" plus a DX7 ;)
Sorry, I didn't mean to imply I am Steve Jansen, I am not. What. Meant is that when I was a young drummer this album really influenced my playing and that this had lots of tom lines. I don't mind a bit of synth drums !
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I can join in now!

Here is dear Marlene, just before I packed her up to go to her first rehearsal with the Goodnight Sweethearts. I cannot tell you how excited I am to play out with her! (Sorry about the rather busy background; I hope you can see how beautiful she is.)
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I can join in now!

Here is dear Marlene, just before I packed her up to go to her first rehearsal with the Goodnight Sweethearts. I cannot tell you how excited I am to play out with her! (Sorry about the rather busy background; I hope you can see how beautiful she is.)
Madge, as beautiful as your kit is - resplendent in it's magnificent setting, sorry - you can't join in. You have one too many drums :(
(let us all know how rehearsal went though ;)

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Sorry, I didn't mean to imply I am Steve Jansen, I am not. What. Meant is that when I was a young drummer this album really influenced my playing and that this had lots of tom lines. I don't mind a bit of synth drums !
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