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Old 01-21-2009, 04:07 PM
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I would use the china stand for the ride to have more stability and the ride stand for the china.

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Old 01-21-2009, 04:38 PM
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Sorry "The Fossil," your set is VERY special! I love it!
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Dude! You have a Tequila Sunrise Vistalite kit. What isn't special about that!

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Old 01-24-2009, 05:06 AM
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I guess I just have to post my kit. Plus, you guys haven't seen it with my new 16" Ebony Pinstripe and 24" Superkick II!

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24" PDP 805 bass drum w/ Aquarian Super Kick II batter
14" PDP 805 snare drum w/ Aquarian Hi-Energy head
13" PDP 805 rack tom tom w/ Remo Ebony Pinstripe batter & Aquarian Performance II reso
16" PDP 805 floor tom w/ Remo Ebony Pinstripe batter & Aquarian Performance II reso
18" PDP 805 floor tom w/ stock heads
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14" Zildjian New Beat hi hats
16" Zildjian A Medium Thin crash
18" Zildjian A Medium Thin crash
20" Zildjian A Medium ride
10" Zildjian ZXT Flash Splash





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Old 01-24-2009, 06:14 AM
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Zack,

That looks so much better. Very comfortable looking. Did you get a new bassdrum head?


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I guess I just have to post my kit. Plus, you guys haven't seen it with my new 16" Ebony Pinstripe and 24" Superkick II!

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24" PDP 805 bass drum w/ Aquarian Super Kick II batter
14" PDP 805 snare drum w/ Aquarian Hi-Energy head
13" PDP 805 rack tom tom w/ Remo Ebony Pinstripe batter & Aquarian Performance II reso
16" PDP 805 floor tom w/ Remo Ebony Pinstripe batter & Aquarian Performance II reso
18" PDP 805 floor tom w/ stock heads
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14" Zildjian New Beat hi hats
16" Zildjian A Medium Thin crash
18" Zildjian A Medium Thin crash
20" Zildjian A Medium ride
10" Zildjian ZXT Flash Splash
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Old 01-24-2009, 06:19 AM
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Zack,

That looks so much better. Very comfortable looking. Did you get a new bassdrum head?
Thank you. I did get a new bass drum head...it's a Superkick II--very delicious-sounding, I might add.

I'm having some trouble with cymbal stand issues, though. I have a lightweight boom, a heavyweight boom, a lightweight straight, and a heavyweight straight, and one arm on a clamp. Problem is, my cymbals are too heavy for my crappy light PDP hardware. And stands, while still fun to buy, are probably the least exciting major purchase.
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Old 01-24-2009, 06:38 AM
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Thank you. I did get a new bass drum head...it's a Superkick II--very delicious-sounding, I might add.

I'm having some trouble with cymbal stand issues, though. I have a lightweight boom, a heavyweight boom, a lightweight straight, and a heavyweight straight, and one arm on a clamp. Problem is, my cymbals are too heavy for my crappy light PDP hardware. And stands, while still fun to buy, are probably the least exciting major purchase.
I'm always exited to bring home a pdp CB800, and I've done it four times.

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Old 01-24-2009, 06:40 AM
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I'm always exited to bring home a pdp CB800, and I've done it four times.

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Old 01-24-2009, 06:46 AM
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I don't see how he's hijacking
i MEANT FOR NO ONE ELSE TO POST ANOTHER UNRELAED (oops, caps lock)

comment, so as not to Hijack further. This thread is for One-Up, Two-Down kits, not cymbal stands.
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Old 01-24-2009, 06:49 AM
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i MEANT FOR NO ONE ELSE TO POST ANOTHER UNRELAED (oops, caps lock)

comment, so as not to Hijack further. This thread is for One-Up, Two-Down kits, not cymbal stands.
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Zack,

That looks so much better. Very comfortable looking. Did you get a new bassdrum head?
dude you're called zack? That's the name of our dog. Horrible little mutt he is :p
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dude you're called zack? That's the name of our dog. Horrible little mutt he is :p
Haha but it's "Zach"
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Old 01-25-2009, 06:45 PM
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That's one way, (ignore the octoban to the left)



That's another.
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Here's mine. God, I love drums!

Taye TourPro in white marine pearl.
Rack: 12x10
Floor: 14x14
Floor: 16x16
Snare: 14x5
Bass: 18x22

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18" Med. Thin Crash
20" Med. Ride
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Something about One-Up, Two-Down kits just looks very sexy, very classy, not sure what it is though.
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Old 02-02-2009, 07:18 AM
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So do people who play 1 up 2 down generally have nearly-if-not-totally flat toms?
LOL....I have always wondered that to. Did someone say for "longevity" of the heads,,,,come on' now.

I think it's a case of copying a certain drummers setup....must be a so-called "cool" thing.
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Old 02-02-2009, 07:21 AM
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Old 02-02-2009, 01:39 PM
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That's some finish.....how's it sound?
It sounds great. And once I learn to tune properly, it will sound even better!
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Old 02-02-2009, 02:15 PM
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805drummer, i personally like to tune my toms very low so they're just above being wrinkly. Very fat sound. Whatever you do, however, DON'T get a drumdial!

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Something about One-Up, Two-Down kits just looks very sexy, very classy, not sure what it is though.
I think it's that they just look very big, low and sleek. Like a pimped out '59 caddy.
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:58 PM
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hhm lots of high chinas may try that later.

have changed the ride and snare to an aa rbdr and a remo 50th anniversary snare, havent had chance to change image

and what is it about bass mounted cowbells that make me want to scream.

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Old 02-02-2009, 09:56 PM
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805drummer, i personally like to tune my toms very low so they're just above being wrinkly. Very fat sound. Whatever you do, however, DON'T get a drumdial!
I can tune my snare and floor toms fine, but the stupid rim mount on my tom prevents me from finger tightening the lugs easily, so I can't tune by feel AT ALL. It makes it very difficult to get an even sound.
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I can tune my snare and floor toms fine, but the stupid rim mount on my tom prevents me from finger tightening the lugs easily, so I can't tune by feel AT ALL. It makes it very difficult to get an even sound.
Yeah i know what you mean. The problem with most suspension mounts is that they are mounted in some way to the lug. Personally i think tama's StarCast system is very good because the suspension mount is held onto specialised holes on the rim. Really though i just take the drums off their mounts then i'll tighten the lugs until they touch the hoop, then i'll give them about 1/2 a turn, just about takes away the wrinkles and gives an amazing sound.
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:34 AM
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You have to learn to tap and listen....surely you can get the head seated and centered evenly.
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Yeah i know what you mean. The problem with most suspension mounts is that they are mounted in some way to the lug. Personally i think tama's StarCast system is very good because the suspension mount is held onto specialised holes on the rim. Really though i just take the drums off their mounts then i'll tighten the lugs until they touch the hoop, then i'll give them about 1/2 a turn, just about takes away the wrinkles and gives an amazing sound.
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You have to learn to tap and listen....surely you can get the head seated and centered evenly.
Well, the Pinstripe tunes so easily, right now it has a decent sound. Eventually I'll just buy a new mount for it, or even take the mount off and put it on a snare stand. For now, I'm fine though.
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Old 02-04-2009, 03:00 AM
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Heres my ddrum kit from a recent gig...
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Old 02-04-2009, 03:21 AM
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Heres my ddrum kit from a recent gig...
Oh my god. That kit SCREAMS punk rock. In other words, I really like it! And I dig the way your red 5000 pedals contrast with the kit's colors.
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Oh my god. That kit SCREAMS punk rock.
The acoustic guitar player in a church doesn't even whisper punk rock.

Really nice looking kit, though. I've yet to even hear a DDrum kit. How do you like it?
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The acoustic guitar player in a church doesn't even whisper punk rock.

Really nice looking kit, though. I've yet to even hear a DDrum kit. How do you like it?
...Gotta go with the Plow on this one.
On another note, gorgeous kit.
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Old 02-04-2009, 04:04 AM
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The acoustic guitar player in a church doesn't even whisper punk rock.

Really nice looking kit, though. I've yet to even hear a DDrum kit. How do you like it?
I mean, he might not play punk rock. But that kit sure fits the bill in the looks department.
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Old 02-04-2009, 05:33 AM
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Yeah I love my ddrum kit... not just because i own it, but it seriously is a really great kit. Ive used it for different styles including Church stuff!! yeah we rock it out seriously! It definitely is great for the rock stuff which is what i usually play... but all around great kit, especially with my stewart copeland snare and the byzances... great combo!
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I need to update my pics, but here is my one up and two down
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I need to update my pics, but here is my one up and two down
The kits is a classic!...I can almost sense the spirit of Bonzo around them. The photo is excellent, looks great outdoors on the grass.
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I need to update my pics, but here is my one up and two down
This thread needs more bonzo kits!
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Thanks for the comments on my kit. This kit is the best kit I have owned. They are easy to tune, there really fun to play and I just love this kit. These things are frickin cannons!! I highly recommend the Ludwig Maple Classics to anyone that may be in the market for a new kit. Thanks again!!
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Tama has always made really good drums. I had two sets of Tamas back in the eighties during my long haired rock n roll days. In fact my hi-hat stand is my Tama stand from years ago, I still use it because it is made so well and it is really comfortable to play I can't part from it. I really like the finish on your drums what is it called?
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Great looking kits everybody Love that Buddy Rich Kit. Here's mine
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Sorry for the Huge Picture. I'm still getting the hang of the pic posting thing
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Great looking kits everybody Love that Buddy Rich Kit. Here's mine
Those are some huge drums! I like the modern looks with subtle old-fashioned elements. How does it sound?
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