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Old 04-01-2006, 06:55 AM
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Very unique, really how do you work the hi-hat?
What do you mean?

I saw his hi-hat placement and instantly creamed myself...TS stole my idea!!!!! j/k

He's using a cable-hihat stand thingy...

was it a 9000?

If so... http://www.dwdrums.com/hardware/9502LB.htm

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Old 04-01-2006, 07:12 AM
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What do you mean?

I saw his hi-hat placement and instantly creamed myself...TS stole my idea!!!!! j/k

He's using a cable-hihat stand thingy...

was it a 9000?

If so... http://www.dwdrums.com/hardware/9502LB.htm

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hat = straight in front
Oh thats right he might be using a cable hi-hat.
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Old 04-01-2006, 07:37 AM
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All DW 9000 hardware (including 8 foot remote cable pedal)
Correct:D

and aahznightsky, is your kit single? i think i'd like to mate with it....





or maybe just play it...
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Old 04-01-2006, 10:51 AM
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wow!
thats so unusual and unique
i love it!
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Old 04-01-2006, 08:33 PM
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Real nice kit. Great finish... i have a thing for green kits. That looks like a comfortable kit to play aswell but it must feel pretty strange with the hi -hat there!?!
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Old 04-01-2006, 11:13 PM
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Real nice kit. Great finish... i have a thing for green kits. That looks like a comfortable kit to play aswell but it must feel pretty strange with the hi -hat there!?!
actually I find the hi hat placement much more comfortable and easier to play ... two days ago I rearranged my set with traditional four piece positioning ... it's fun to play, but there are so many things that are trickier to do ...

The main problem is with crossing over to play the hi hat. I'm so not used to that anymore (for instance figuring out how to move my left hand from the snare to the hi hat ... do I pull it out from underneath and play it to the left of my right hand, or just move my right hand to the left a little and keep my hand crossed to do it - you can see that in gerald heyward's video in the media vault of vicfirth.com). So that whole dilemma is confusing to me, so i'm playing it open handed for the time being hehe.
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Old 04-02-2006, 04:48 AM
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just finished reading the entire thread, and i must say, i'm definately inspired! kudos on the kit, it's extremely unique!



time to go mess around with my kit now... :D
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Old 04-02-2006, 01:45 PM
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Now that is a sweet kit. Your really going for the Bill Bruford theme aren't you? He has his kit set up symetrical also, and youve got his signature snare.
By the way, how does that Mike Portney signature snare drum sound?

And in that pic i swear theres a trash-can lid to the right of the screen. Nice........
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Old 04-02-2006, 02:33 PM
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thats so cool! i've never seen anything like it!
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Old 04-02-2006, 06:55 PM
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i love this kit!! very unique. When are you going to put up updated pictures? i mean unless you havent got anything new.
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Old 04-03-2006, 07:17 AM
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wonderful kit...but now


we want to hear some of ur playing!!!!

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Old 04-03-2006, 10:14 AM
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yup Yes is my favorite as well ... it's so much fun playing along with the albums on this kit too. and I live pretty close to philly as well! When you first start playing a set up like this, it takes some getting used to, but then some really great ideas for fills and grooves and solos start coming that are like nothing else I've heard. It was also great exercise for my brain too, having to figure out how to play along with albums with new stickings to accomodate the setup. Second nature now, so now I'm always just experimenting alot with fills linear grooves and all sorts of things that sound wicked around the kit. Plus, the standard fill down the toms 1 2 3 4 is sooo cliche! :-P
I'm just getting into yes and bill's playing. Really great stuff but i find it funny that you say the standard fill down the toms is cliche since it seems to me bill does that fill alot. I guess thats how it became so cliche. Question, when your playing along with albums, what kind of headphones do you use? Also how well do you try and learn a track before you play along with the album(especially with half hour yes songs)? I find myself just playing my own thing along with the music more often then playing whats on the album. First post by the way, hope to become a regular around here.
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Old 04-04-2006, 01:27 AM
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Question, when your playing along with albums, what kind of headphones do you use? Also how well do you try and learn a track before you play along with the album(especially with half hour yes songs)? I find myself just playing my own thing along with the music more often then playing whats on the album.
When I drum along to music I use a pair of Sony MDR-V900
MDR-V900 series headphones. Completely pro quality, the link to amazon has a pair at $150 although I forget what I bought them for at the time. They're the same pair I use when I actually cut drum tracks in the studio.

As far as playing along with albums, I prefer to memorize every single note the drummer plays. I find it more challenging that way, remembering and perfecting all the details. I think that it's better as far as practicing goes. That even goes for when I'm playing along with pop records, there are some serious players in some of that stuff (btw Jason Mraz's "You and I Both" is great fun to play with). When I'm playing along with Yes I'll generally play it fairly note for note, or at the least, figure for figure, I might change the instrumentation a bit for fun. If I'm playing along to Moby or something, I sometimes like to let loose with a cool solo somewhere in it...

btw there's a song I might let you guys hear soon, it's in the middle of getting mixed at the moment ... and yes I have added actually 6 cymbals and one drum since these pictures were taken. But the drums are setup right in the corner and I can't good pictures (low ceiling) until I move them out.
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Old 04-06-2006, 09:58 AM
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I know you've gotten a lot of comments on your kit but I just wanted to reiterate what everyone else keeps telling you: GREAT gear. God isn't too happy with me right now because I'm lusting a little bit (ha ha).

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Old 04-06-2006, 02:34 PM
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Wow, I think that this thread will never die! But I don`t wonder: Look at your stuff:
You`ve got a great room, great instruments (from guitar- drums) and such a great a-drumset!!!! You are definatly very lucky.

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Old 05-05-2006, 07:30 PM
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ok this is a reminder for myself to post in another thread later with an explanation

3
+ ooo TTT
+ Too oTo ooT
+ TTo ToT ooT

4
+ oooo TTTT
+ Tooo oToo ooTo oooT
+ TToo ToTo TooT oTTo oToT ooTT
+ TTTo TToT ToTT oTTT

5
+ ooooo TTTTT
+ Toooo oTooo ooToo oooTo ooooT
+ TTooo ToToo TooTo ToooT
+ oTToo oToTo oTooT ooTTo ooToT oooTT
+ TTToo TToTo TTooT ToTTo ToToT TooTT
+ oTTTo oTToT oToTT ooTTT
+ TTTTo ToTTT TToTT TTToT oTTTT

6
+ oooooo TTTTTT
+ Tooooo oToooo ooTooo oooToo
+ ooooTo oooooT
+ TToooo ToTooo TooToo ToooTo
+ TooooT oTTooo oToToo oTooTo
+ oToooT ooTToo ooToTo ooTooT
+ oooTTo oooToT ooooTT
+ TTTooo TToToo TTooTo TToooT
+ ToTToo ToToTo ToTooT
+ TooTTo TooToT ToooTT
+ oTTToo oTToTo oTTooT
+ oToTTo oToToT oTooTT
+ ooTTTo ooTToT ooToTT oooTTT
+ TTTToo TTToTo TTTooT TToTTo
+ TToToT TTooTT ToTTTo ToTToT
+ ToToTT TooTTT
+ TTTTTo TTTToT TTToTT TToTTT
+ ToTTTT oTTTTT


7
+ ooooooo TTTTTTT
+ Toooooo oTooooo ooToooo oooTooo ooooToo oooooTo ooooooT
+ TTooooo ToToooo TooTooo ToooToo TooooTo ToooooT
+ oTToooo oToTooo oTooToo oToooTo oTooooT
+ ooTTooo ooToToo ooTooTo ooToooT oooTToo oooToTo oooTooT
+ ooooTTo ooooToT oooooTT
+ TTToooo TToTooo TTooToo TToooTo TTooooT ToTTooo ToToToo
+ ToTooTo ToToooT TooTToo TooToTo TooTooT ToooTTo ToooToT
+ TooooTT
+ oTTTooo oTToToo oTTooTo oTToooT oToTToo oToToTo oToTooT
+ oTooTTo oTooToT oToooTT
+ ooTTToo ooTToTo ooTTooT ooToTTo ooToToT ooTooTT
+ TTTTooo TTToToo TTTooTo TTToooT ToTTToo ToTToTo ToTTooT
+ ToToTTo ToToToT ToTooTT oTTTToo oTTToTo oTTTooT
+ oToTTTo oToTToT oToToTT oTooTTT ooTTTTo ooTTToT
+ ooToTTT oooTTTT
+ TTTTToo TTTToTo TTTTooT TTToTTo TTToToT TTTooTT
+ TToTTTo TToTToT TToToTT TooTTTT oTTTTTo oTTTToT oTTToTT
+ oTToTTT oToTTTT ooTTTTT
+ TTTTTTo TTTTToT TTTToTT TTToTTT TToTTTT ToTTTTT oTTTTTT
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Old 05-06-2006, 01:30 AM
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Woah...that weird, i was doing exacly that yesterday afternoon (TToo ToTo TooT oTTo oToT ooTT) between tom,snare and bass.

(assuming its what i think it is(4 = 4/4,5=5/4,7=7/4 ? ))
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Old 05-06-2006, 06:50 AM
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actually what I was writing has nothing to do with orchestration. It's all possible combinations of accented and non accented notes in groupings of four, five, and seven notes. I just used T and o because it seemed one can easily tell the difference between the two. If I had a music notation program, that would be ideal, but this is almost as good.

So I'll write out the other stuff later, but its basically the quickest way to develop indepence against certain figures ... playing a repeating pattern with a limb or limbs, and with the other, play through these different bits I wrote out. I'm gonna make a thread in the technique forum when I write everything out.
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Old 05-06-2006, 07:27 AM
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Nice kit, how did you afford to buy all that pricy gear? You look awful young to be a lawyer, or do you just have generous parents? Just curious.
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Old 05-06-2006, 05:22 PM
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wow, the way you have the dw set up looks weird,
but very, very, very cool.
nice stuff.
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Old 05-09-2006, 10:58 PM
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i love seeing uniuqe setups like this! i love it!
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Old 05-10-2006, 03:51 PM
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fan of your setup too; wanna see you play on video .. :)
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So here's my setup! I have it configured so that I can swivel around to play either my dws or the v drums. My symmetrical setup for both kits also lets me play completely ambidextrously and everything and its so much fun to play. Maybe later I'll put up sound clips of me playing so you can get an idea of the things possible with this configuration.






DW exotic in Emerald Burst over Birdseye Maple

toms ... 10"x8", 12"x10", 14"x12", 16"x14"
bass is 22"x20" i think

... main snare ...
5.5"x14" prototype Tama Mike Portnoy Signature

... secondary snare ...
5.5"x10" Tama Bill Bruford signature snare

Paiste -New Signature- cymbals

20" Dark Energy ride Mark I

Dark Energy Crashes 16" and 17"

two 8" maginificant Stagg splashes


Percussion:

Pearl Horacio Hernandez signature cowbell
toca tambourine

hardware:

All DW 9000 hardware (including 8 foot remote cable pedal)
except for Off Set double bass pedal


heads:
In the pictures I have the EC2s but now i'm using G2 Coateds and I like them alot more. much more warmth...

Right now I'm using Vater 8A sticks.











wait,

my question is,
you look young, how did you afford, those cymbals, thats dw kit, and the electronic kit.
rediculous amount of money.
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Old 06-19-2006, 09:59 AM
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read the whole post, then you ll find your answer..
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Old 06-19-2006, 04:21 PM
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wait,

my question is,
you look young, how did you afford, those cymbals, thats dw kit, and the electronic kit.
rediculous amount of money.
My question is: Why don't you read the thread?
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My question is: Why don't you read the thread?
well, i couldnt find it answered, so.
if someone could tell me, thad be sweet.

and, thanks for being nice about it.
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Old 06-19-2006, 06:00 PM
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wait i never answered this question before? My dad is a professional musician.

and my job? I'm his drummer.
Can't have been reading too closely my friend.

I'm a nice guy really. Occasionally. Just then... No it's gone now.

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Old 06-19-2006, 10:17 PM
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Can't have been reading too closely my friend.

I'm a nice guy really. Occasionally. Just then... No it's gone now.
haha,
well, thanks for the answer.
i didn't see that cuz i was skimming for
prices.

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Old 06-20-2006, 12:24 AM
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coommonnnn
your dad cant be THAT famous that you wouldnt tell us
ha
your set is to die for by the way dude. truly badass.

try this for famoius
i live in the chicago suburbs (not the crazy rich ones) and the son of the guy that worte "eye of the tiger" jim peterik i think, goes to my school, and i know him. so i hope that makes you feel better about telling us
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Old 06-22-2006, 02:17 AM
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haha thanks mfb for the help in my absence
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Old 06-22-2006, 10:07 AM
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I was about to post the 'Where's Aahz?' thread but you came back the day I was going to do it. Missed ya buddy. Your abscene has been noticed...
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Old 06-22-2006, 10:14 AM
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So hows the photo's coming.
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Old 06-22-2006, 03:25 PM
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Maybe we should start a thread asking all members who the nicest person is, my vote would be for MFB without hesitation.
aahz, (or is it Agnes now?) your kit is still some of the best drum porn on the site. You said you've added cym's and a drum but are the drums still set up the same? Do you still have the nice shiney cymbal with the built in handle?
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Old 06-23-2006, 02:30 PM
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Maybe we should start a thread asking all members who the nicest person is, my vote would be for MFB without hesitation.
aahz, (or is it Agnes now?) your kit is still some of the best drum porn on the site. You said you've added cym's and a drum but are the drums still set up the same? Do you still have the nice shiney cymbal with the built in handle?
We need a current pic.
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Old 06-23-2006, 04:06 PM
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Three times? Your wrist must be getting sore.

As for nicest guy? Awww... group hug! In seriousness, Karl. He's nice to everyone, I'm only nice to those I like. And I'm sarcastic, but I'm not sure if my 'useful' sarcasm detector should be going off now. Not sure.
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Old 06-23-2006, 04:56 PM
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Lets just high jack aahz's thread.
I like your sarcasm MFB, it adds spice to the forum.
As for Agnes, someone called him Agnes Kitty once and for me it has kinda stuck in my mind.
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Old 06-23-2006, 11:26 PM
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Only because my level of wit is so low that I can't do anything else but be sarcastic. I think Aahz got his fair share of kit thread ;-). By the way, it's still drum porn however you classify it. Agnes Kitty. Man.. that was a fun day.
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Old 06-23-2006, 11:45 PM
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Awwwww.

So if you want photos ... you're gonna have to wait a little longer. Like i said before I can't get a good angle from behind the kit because the ceiling is angled down in that direction and there's no room for a complete shot. OK, maybe i'll try to get shot of some sort now... the best i could manage was getting all of the cymbals in the shot. Barely.

I might bother doing a real photoshoot soon considering that I'm about to pull apart my kit in a little while. And when I put it back the way it normally is I might set it up in a different room first and submit pictures to MD.

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Old 06-23-2006, 11:47 PM
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Looks like you might need a new photobucket account Dimitri. If you want to, feel free to send it to me and I'll post it up on mine and give you the link to edit.

EDIT: It's working now. Sheer... pornography. Those Paiste's are absolutely to die for. I want your kit. I want it bad.
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Old 06-24-2006, 01:08 PM
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Awwwww.

So if you want photos ... you're gonna have to wait a little longer. Like i said before I can't get a good angle from behind the kit because the ceiling is angled down in that direction and there's no room for a complete shot. OK, maybe i'll try to get shot of some sort now... the best i could manage was getting all of the cymbals in the shot. Barely.

I might bother doing a real photoshoot soon considering that I'm about to pull apart my kit in a little while. And when I put it back the way it normally is I might set it up in a different room first and submit pictures to MD.

With your swish up there now it looks like a step ladder! And where has your TAMA mike prtney snare gone. And the tambourine and cowbell, or is it u just cant see them in that pic. It looks so much more spread out now. And your arms must be huge, can you easily reach that swish! Miles away! I was on the DW kitbuilder playing round with your set-up the other day, it must be so fun having your kit.
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