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Old 01-23-2009, 11:16 PM
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Here's my Orange County kit.
(I just pulled it out of our rehearsal room so I apologize for dirt and finger prints in advance.) It's now residing in my garage for cleaning, and routine maintenance.






















Drum specs:

All the drums were made by Orange County Drum and Percussion and are type 2 finish

Bass Drums: 2) 7 Ply 20X22

Rack Toms: 7 Ply 1) 13 X 13, 1) 14 X 14, 1) 15 X 15, 1) 16 X 16, 1) 18 X 18 (not shown)

Snare Drum: 14 X 7 30 ply with 4) 2" vent holes w/ Trick throw off

Snare lugs are 7/8 offset

All tom lugs are 50 percent offset and use Rims suspension hoops.


I use Pearl mounting hardware and Gibraltar cymbal stands.

Cymbals:

2) 14" Zildjian Z Custom bottomHi Hats

1) 18" Zildjian Z Custom Rock Crash

1) 17" Zildjian Z Custom Rock Crash

1) 18" Zildjian Z Custom Medium Crash

1) 19" Zildjian Z Custom Rock Crash

1) 21" Zildjian Z Custom Ride with 1) Zildjian 6" Zil-Bel piggy backed

1) 17" Zildjian Z Custom Medium Crash

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The rack was custom designed and built by Drum Frame Co. in Pa.

2) Pearl Eliminator Bass Drum Pedals. I use the red cams.

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Old 01-23-2009, 11:27 PM
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Woah man, that's one sweet kit. It must be LOUD...

If metal is your thing, that's a dream kit.
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:50 PM
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Wow thats awesome. Is there a bit of an advantage by having your bass drums like that?

is that an ash tray?
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:52 PM
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Do the bass drums have any sound with all of that foam in there????
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:54 PM
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Wow thats awesome. Is there a bit of an advantage by having your bass drums like that?
I was about to say more resonance, but ummmm....

Pinstripe head + foam + slam patch + port holes + foam beater
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:59 PM
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10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1........LIFT OFF!
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Old 01-24-2009, 12:06 AM
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I was about to say more resonance, but ummmm....

Pinstripe head + foam + slam patch + port holes + foam beater
Powerstroke 3, not Pinstripe. His toms are the Remo coated...
Foam is trimmed along the inside of the base drum, giving more "thwack" and less "boom"
Falam Slam doesn't do anything except add more punch
Port holes give it a louder, more dry sound.
Foam beater doesn't change much at all really...


It's very Joey Jordison like, like his kit before his Pearl was an OCDP.
Also, except for the 22 bass drums, it's VERY Vinnie Paul like, with the enormous "sqaure" drum sizes.

Other than that, beauty of a kit bro.
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Old 01-24-2009, 12:08 AM
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im not disagreeing with either of you..

but those bass drums have to sound as dead as a door nob..haha

but nice looking kit for a OCDP..

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Old 01-24-2009, 12:11 AM
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im not disagreeing with either of you..

but those bass drums have to sound as dead as a door nob..haha

but nice looking kit for a OCDP..

Alex

I honestly think it'd keep some boomyness. It's only the shell of the bass in foam, not like a whole load of laundry in there. I bet it sounds pretty good!
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Old 01-24-2009, 12:14 AM
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I honestly think it'd keep some boomyness. It's only the shell of the bass in foam, not like a whole load of laundry in there. I bet it sounds pretty good!
I'm not gonna argue with you there, I would think it sounds great too, especially because this guy gigs and such. Plus, it's probably mic'ed when performing, and I can imagine how awesome that would sound.
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your prolly right..lol

prolly sounds amazing miced up!

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Old 01-24-2009, 12:44 AM
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Oh yeah, and do you have any videos of you playing it? This is one kit I cannot pass up seeing in action!
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:00 AM
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Rad looking kit. Looks like it's ready to get mouted to a crane for spinning upside down ala Tommy Lee
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:07 PM
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Double bass, square toms, Z custom, black rack, and a Jolly Roger on the cabinet to boot. Jazz trio I presume? This kit just screams with echoes of Max Roach, Art Blakey, and Elvin Jones. Very subtle and very classy.
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:20 PM
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Just kidding!!!! This is an incredibly unique kit that is very purposeful. It has one job and that is to be LOUD. It even looks loud. Mission accomplished.
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:25 PM
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Very nice! I'm diggin' the "square" size toms.
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Old 01-24-2009, 08:58 PM
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Excellent Metal setup, kudos on all the Z-Customs they RAWK!
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Old 01-24-2009, 10:14 PM
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Do you mic those bass drums? With that setup I don't think you'd get that much projection from them if you want the crowd to be able to hear your bass drum. Especially with those loud Z Customs.
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Old 01-25-2009, 02:40 AM
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shes a beaut man.

digging the cymbal set up.

and the way you muffle the bass.

now only if those were virgin basses

think of the posibilities=D
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Old 01-25-2009, 03:57 AM
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shes a beaut man.

digging the cymbal set up.

and the way you muffle the bass.

now only if those were virgin basses

think of the posibilities=D
I think they are, it's just the way it looks in that pic. It's attach to the bass, not in it.
Plus, die-cast on the toms would be good, too, lol.
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Old 01-25-2009, 11:57 AM
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That's one angry looking kit!
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Old 01-25-2009, 02:52 PM
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Nick Menza called. He wants his rack back!
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Old 01-25-2009, 03:34 PM
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I think they are, it's just the way it looks in that pic. It's attach to the bass, not in it.
Plus, die-cast on the toms would be good, too, lol.
right, i see that now

since the kit is black and the mounts are black....

i see it now

haha well then i revise my earlier statement

YOU HAVE THE POSSIBILITES
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Old 01-25-2009, 05:57 PM
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Hmm.. judging from the setup---you play light acoustic jazz right?

J/k.

That riser looks sick! The Z custom setup and drums look like you are ready to blow the walls down!

Very nice!
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Old 01-25-2009, 06:11 PM
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Interesting rack and bass drum mount. Is it home made? My favorite part of the kit is the ash tray holder, the tequila bottle, the bag of 420...lol
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what else can you say about this kit - bitchin' dude!
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Old 01-25-2009, 11:31 PM
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Wow thats awesome. Is there a bit of an advantage by having your bass drums like that?

is that an ash tray?

Yes. They are insanely loud and project the volume across large areas.
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What a rack-she is a beaut. Now that is a throne!!! Cool hybrid mutant-it drives evolution so I predict this fit beast will survive and reproduce well. I'd just like to sit in-on it???? I mean you gotta feel like a king. Kneel before Zod!!!!!! hee,hee,hee. Awesome setup. My best friend is a welder-machinist. I need to get him to build me a cage-perhaps like a gyroscope with me spinning in the center. Maybe I could make it into a ride and charge folks to ride it. Dang Bernhard could make DrummerWorld into DRUMMERWORLD the theme park. Put Disney outta business. I digress-Awesome dude.
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Thanks for all the killer feedback. I appreciate all the cool comments.
Let try to answer all your questions.

First of all, the foam inside the bass drums is there to kill the over tones when micing them. The foam touches both front and rear heads. Without the foam it rings way too much. It sounds like concentrated thunder now. As for micing I use 2) AKG D-112s, I also use DDrum acoustic triggers with 2400 watts of power and 2) 18" subs. Trust me they will get your attention!

The bass drum angle. The bass drums project much further due to the fact that the sound goes up and is not being absorbed in to the floor. (Besides I think it looks cool.)


The rack is my favorite part. Special thanks to the Drum Frame Co. in PA. It's like a barcalounger i.e.(lazyboy recliner). Set your kit up on a large piece of plywood then stick a couple of 18 packs (Coor's Light) under the front edge so that the plywood is angled, 18" high in the front and ground level in the back. That's the way my kit sits. That is why the throne has such a high back on it. Great center of balance and comfort for playing for long periods.

As far as my endorsements, I'm not at liberty to speak about them.

Custom Z's. I use these because they don't break in 3 to 6 months like the rest do. I tend to hit pretty hard.

The clamp on smoking accessory attached to the hi hat is mainly used for mostly medicinal purposes. The ashtray used to sit on some cool old guys wheel chair. He willed it to me when he died It has sentimental value. (He didn't die of lung cancer, just another victim of Agent Orange from Viet Nam.) But yes I enjoy polluting myself. (If you think you can go out on the road and not pick up a few bad habits, think again. I quit all the other ones though.) It also makes for a good beer holder.

I have no videos here at home but I will make one as soon as I can.

Thanks

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Old 01-26-2009, 12:28 PM
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Nice!! I love the rack and angles.
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:25 PM
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Awesome setup man............. Those Z's are freakin sweet lookin. The oc kit rocks man.
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[quote]=eddiehimself;533347]So did I. Mine has started to crack in 5 :( that's why i hate z customs. How long has yours lasted then?[quote]

so do the z customs last long or not?


your getting me all confused....:)
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[quote=elliotdrummer7227;540109][quote]=eddiehimself;533347]So did I. Mine has started to crack in 5 :( that's why i hate z customs. How long has yours lasted then?
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so do the z customs last long or not?


your getting me all confused....:)
I get about 18 months on them playing every day, GC's performance warranty is for 2 years so I try to break them prior to that. Hey, free replacements are after all free (minus the $20.00 for the registration)
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Very cool and unique setup. I look forward to seeing the video of this kit in action.
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It is impressive...

Hoping you have a couple guys who carry it around when you gig/tour. I'd hate having to lug that bad boy out to the tour van yourself every night.
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Double bass, square toms, Z custom, black rack, and a Jolly Roger on the cabinet to boot. Jazz trio I presume? This kit just screams with echoes of Max Roach, Art Blakey, and Elvin Jones. Very subtle and very classy.
Haaa! Complete with a bag of goodies and an ashtray!
Cool set for an OCDP. Drum frames are weird with the kick angles pointing north.
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If you are micing your kicks, then why do they need to point upward in order to project?
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You must hate china cymbals! its an awesome kit with an overwhelming impression. What band are u in?
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I don't know if the kit is always mounted on this rack, but if it is, it seems like you could pull the spurs off the bass drums to give it a cleaner look.
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If you are micing your kicks, then why do they need to point upward in order to project?
It makes them more visually appealing.

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