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Old 10-15-2008, 04:11 AM
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Default Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

Hi !

I just order my new kit... Waiting is killing me !!
Please, show me your small kits or jazz kit, bop kit, by the
time I wait ; )

I should get my new drum by the end of the week...
(sonor 3007 white sparkles, 18" bd, 10" tom, 14" ft with 14" snare)

...till I got mine, here is a pic of my Sonor 2005 in it's
"small kit" config : )

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Old 10-15-2008, 06:57 AM
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Congrats on the new kit Philippe!

Here's my offering well you wait :}
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Old 10-15-2008, 07:09 AM
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Here's my little kit I built myself. I'm pretty proud of it.
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Old 10-15-2008, 09:46 AM
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For now, until my bop kit arrives
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:27 AM
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For now, until my bop kit arrives
What do you mean ' for now'? Whats wrong with this kit?
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Old 10-15-2008, 03:34 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

Sorry, I don't have a Bop kit, but is that a 24" Light ride? How do you like it for bop style music?

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Old 10-15-2008, 04:01 PM
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Tiny Jazz Kit. 16" bass drum.
I'm kinda hidden behind the guitar player (Dave Wilkinson from Fast 3; look 'em up on iTunes), but you get the idea.
Here ya go...

...and, yes, that's a stripper pole in front of the sax player.
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Old 10-15-2008, 05:23 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

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What do you mean ' for now'? Whats wrong with this kit?

Nothing wrong with it put a few points,
1) It's part of a larger kit
2) I wanted a kit with an 18" bass drum (this one is 20")
3) I've got a drum problem

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Sorry, I don't have a Bop kit, but is that a 24" Light ride? How do you like it for bop style music?

Tom
I love the 24" light ride, it's great for bebop and jazz. I've played it with 9 piece bands and
trios. It's very controllable.

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Old 10-15-2008, 06:11 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

...here's mine.



18x16,14x14,12x8, 14x6. Since this puicture was taken, I added a rail mount and cymbal mount to eliminate the need for the extra cymbal stand, and snare stand.

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Old 10-15-2008, 06:28 PM
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My babies, I still have yet to take a picture that included cymbals and stands :-\
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Old 10-15-2008, 08:56 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

Here`s my current set-up.

20x18" bass drum
12x06" tom
14x12" floor tom
14x5.5" snare drum

14" Istanbul Agop Turk Hi-Hat
21" Istanbul Agop Mel Lewis Ride (2 rivets)
22" Istanbul Agop Signature Ride



A custom made kit (www.cube-drums.de) will arrive eventually. It`s gonna consist of a 18x14" bass drum, 12x08" tom and a 14x14" floor tom. A additional snare drum will be built later.

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Old 10-15-2008, 08:57 PM
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My jazz kit is a Gretsch Catalina Club sizes 26, 13, 16, 18. Great for that early stuff. I have one of those Gibraltar/Dunnett kits to turn that 18" tom into a bass as well which works fine, but I just can't stand the sound of a small kick drum. Typically I just take my 20" Zildjian "Vintage" ride (they just got discontinued a year ago) 21" Sweet Ride and 14" Armand hi-hats. Cowbells, woodblocks are also common items and occasionally a splash 8". I know the great fun that comes from really small drums and being able to transport them without issue, but personally I don't care for the sound. Now there are a lot of drummers I like that use such things, i.e. Jeff Hamilton, Peter Erskine, Max Roach but I still don't like the bop kits. My dream kit is actually a Gene Krupa styled Radio King set. My other set at home is a Mapex Pro-M kit 22,10,12,14,16 all suspended toms. I used this before I bought the Gretsch to gig with, but despite the smaller drums, it actually takes up more room and is harder to set-up. The two kits are really opposites in sound which is nice. One big and warm, and the other punchy with a lot more tone options.
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Old 10-18-2008, 03:34 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

...here's mine again.



This is a more current pic showing the rail mount cymbal arm, sans riser.

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Old 10-18-2008, 03:57 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

Here's an older pic of my kit in a "jazzy" configuration.

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Old 10-18-2008, 07:51 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

I have no pictures because I am slowly getting it together. I found an ad on Craigs list, some guy was looking for Pearl tom mounting hardware and said he has stuff to trade.

So I traded 3 Pearl tom mounts, on Pearl triple clamp and an nice old TAMA / Camco pedal. Here is what I got in return.

1 - 10" Rogers Holiday tom
1 - 20" Rogers Holiday bass drum / with spurs
1 - 14" 70s Ludwig floor tom
1- SwivelMatic tom mount

I also grabbed a rogers Holiday 12" tom off ebay.

I will most likely replace the floor tom with a Rogers. I will then recover all of them to match.


It will not be a collectors kit but it will certainly be a great players kit when I am done.
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Old 11-11-2008, 02:06 AM
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Here is my 4 piece Ludwig CS Customs

22"x18" bass drum
12"x10" mounted tom
16"x16" floor tom
6.5x14" snare drum

Cymbals: Zildjian ZBT

14"hihats
16" crash
20" rock ride
20" medium ride

Aquarian Jack Dejohnnette Signature heads on all drums.
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Old 11-11-2008, 02:20 AM
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Here's my 16" floor tom converted as a bass drum using the Gibraltar / Dunnett R-Class conversion kit which I received the day I took the pictures. Toms are 10" & 13", my Acrolite w/ my custom rimclick wedge and Istanbul Mehmet 13" hats and 21" Custom dry ride.

I need to get a 16" fiberskyn amb as reso though.



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Old 11-11-2008, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Please, show me your "jazz" kit... or small kit...

here's mine ... a (now ubiquitous) Gretsch Catalina Jazz. Great drums for the price with classic vibe & so easy to get around!!

12 x 8 rack tom
14 x 14 floor tom
18 x 14 kick drum
13 x 5.5 Highwood Snare with wood hoops (Rosewood/Birch ply ... very nice indeed!)

on the second picture, that's my maple Premier Modern Classic snare ... the flush based dw 6000 hardware sits really nicely with the kit too :)
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Old 11-11-2008, 05:51 PM
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Dunno about jazz, but it's hella small...Lol!


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How about a sound clip for that purple monster??
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:09 PM
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Of course, this isn't me but it's the same kit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlT6i...eature=related
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Old 11-15-2008, 06:54 PM
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here's my brand new Gretsch Catalina Club Mod kit:





14"x6.5" snare, 12"x9" rack tom, 16"x14" floor tom, and 22"x20" bass drum
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Old 11-15-2008, 08:33 PM
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Of course, this isn't me but it's the same kit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlT6i...eature=related
Man, I'm surprised at how big of a sound you can get out of smaller bass drums. What kind of heads do you have on that thing?
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Old 11-17-2008, 04:35 AM
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For now, until my bop kit arrives
My bop kit has arrived:
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Those are some sexy drums man. Love the Fiberskyns!

What brand are they, I can't see a logo....
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Those are some sexy drums man. Love the Fiberskyns!

What brand are they, I can't see a logo....
Judging by the lugs, I would say SONOR.
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Old 04-19-2011, 10:21 PM
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Judging by the lugs, I would say SONOR.
Got to be, & such a sexy finish too. If I was to buy any non custom kit now, it would be a Sonor.
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Got to be, & such a sexy finish too. If I was to buy any non custom kit now, it would be a Sonor.
For real. Those two kits (10/14/16 and 12/14/18...whatever they're called again) are KILLER and super-cheap!
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It is a sonor, you can see the logo on the snare head.
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Old 04-20-2011, 02:51 AM
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Here's my new baby.

Ludwig Classic Maple. 14x5 snare, 12x8 rack tom, 14x14 floor tom, 20x14 kick.
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Here's my new baby.

Ludwig Classic Maple. 14x5 snare, 12x8 rack tom, 14x14 floor tom, 20x14 kick.
Now, that's a terrific looking set of drums. I love the wrap. If it was mine, I would change just one little item.

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Wow -- there honestly isn't a kit on here that I wouldn't like to have. I'm jealous of all of you. :)
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Now, that's a terrific looking set of drums. I love the wrap. If it was mine, I would change just one little item.

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What would that be?

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What would that be?

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Well, that's why I didn't mention it because I wasn't completely sure by your pictures. For a kit the drum sizes of yours and that's probably the exact sizes I would buy, I would have gotten "Mini-Classic Lugs" on the kit. Maybe that's what you have. For the 22", 13", 16" configuration I'd probably go for the "Classic Lugs". Just my preference and minute detail.

How's she sounding for you?

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Here's my new baby.

Ludwig Classic Maple. 14x5 snare, 12x8 rack tom, 14x14 floor tom, 20x14 kick.
Lovely finish! I'm not a fan of wraps generally, but that finish suits the kit perfectly.
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Old 04-20-2011, 07:50 PM
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Yes they are Sonor S-Classix
Here's another photo:



Also my gigging jazz kit:




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Those are some sexy drums man. Love the Fiberskyns!

What brand are they, I can't see a logo....
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Yes they are Sonor S-Classix
Here's another photo:



Also my gigging jazz kit:
Your Sonor Kit is BEAUTIFUL !!
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Old 04-20-2011, 08:16 PM
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Well, that's why I didn't mention it because I wasn't completely sure by your pictures. For a kit the drum sizes of yours and that's probably the exact sizes I would buy, I would have gotten "Mini-Classic Lugs" on the kit. Maybe that's what you have. For the 22", 13", 16" configuration I'd probably go for the "Classic Lugs". Just my preference and minute detail.

How's she sounding for you?

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Oh, it sounds great. I even think it improved my playing overnight. :-)

It's quite possible I do have the regular size lugs on it. What are size are the "mini-classic" lugs as opposed to the regular size?
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Here's my 16" floor tom converted as a bass drum using the Gibraltar / Dunnett R-Class conversion kit which I received the day I took the pictures. Toms are 10" & 13", my Acrolite w/ my custom rimclick wedge and Istanbul Mehmet 13" hats and 21" Custom dry ride.

I need to get a 16" fiberskyn amb as reso though.




What is that wood snare rim attachment called? Instead of buying all wood rims.. i think this will be a much cheaper addition. thanx
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Old 04-21-2011, 01:06 PM
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My Gretsch Renown Maple in bebop sizes:



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