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Old 06-10-2009, 11:47 PM
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Here's my Yammies









I've since added a DW collectors 5x14 snare and 9000 pedal.

I've scaled it back since this pic to a 6 piece
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Here's my Yammies









I've since added a DW collectors 5x14 snare and 9000 pedal.

I've scaled it back since this pic to a 6 piece
Very Nice!!!!!! I love DW but they're so expensive!!!!!
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Old 06-12-2009, 01:31 AM
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Here is my kit. Pearl MMX in Piano Black finish.
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Old 06-13-2009, 12:29 PM
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Here are crappy pictures of my kit :
TAMA Starclassic B/B in dark mocha fade finish with (mostly) ZILDJIAN A Custom cymbals.
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Old 06-13-2009, 04:47 PM
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Here are crappy pictures of my kit :
TAMA Starclassic B/B in dark mocha fade finish with (mostly) ZILDJIAN A Custom cymbals.
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Hey!
Your on the Tama forums.

I know that username and avatar pic.
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22, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 14 snare. Gretsch Renown Maple
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Old 06-14-2009, 09:02 AM
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I gotta say, most of these are mid-sized kits, 5 to 8 pieces, which is what most drummers play. I don't consider a kit to be a monster kit unless it has 9 pieces. I kit with 7 drums hardly qualifies as "monster" when there are kits out ther with TWICE that many!
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Old 06-14-2009, 04:52 PM
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Here are crappy pictures of my kit :
TAMA Starclassic B/B in dark mocha fade finish with (mostly) ZILDJIAN A Custom cymbals.
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Nice kit!!
But what is the hi-hat thing on the left side of your hi-hat??

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Old 06-14-2009, 05:32 PM
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I gotta say, most of these are mid-sized kits, 5 to 8 pieces, which is what most drummers play. I don't consider a kit to be a monster kit unless it has 9 pieces. I kit with 7 drums hardly qualifies as "monster" when there are kits out ther with TWICE that many!
I have to agree with DMC in this case. I reckon you need at least 9 drums to be a monster kit officially. Even the setup i did with my kit is probably pushing it due to lack of cymbals. I reckon for anything less than 9 drums to be a monster, there has to at least be a hellovaloada cymbals on top! (good example being earthshaker's kit there which i think looks pretty monstrous even though it's only an 8pc.)
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Here is mine haha:

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Here is mine haha:

Seriously, that's about as monster as a rabbit with the word "boo" painted on it's nose. You're a new member. Please don't clutter up the forums with inaproprate posts.
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Old 06-14-2009, 09:23 PM
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Seriously, that's about as monster as a rabbit with the word "boo" painted on it's nose. You're a new member. Please don't clutter up the forums with inaproprate posts.
...lighten up Eddie. As a diehard four by four player, five is monster to me.

That being said, there is something about these chrome forrested brass canopied multi tom/bass/snare igloos that has always had an appeal to me. I am often amazed at the creativity and the art involved with these set ups and wonder how many of you BIG KIT KATS would have been Leggo engineers if you had not switched to drumming.

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...lighten up Eddie. As a diehard four by four player, five is monster to me.

That being said, there is something about these chrome forrested brass canopied multi tom/bass/snare igloos that has always had an appeal to me. I am often amazed at the creativity and the art involved with these set ups and wonder how many of you BIG KIT KATS would have been Leggo engineers if you had not switched to drumming.

Just a thought.

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aww well i'm just kidding ;)

Anyway i thought that wankasarus kit you did was pretty impressive (it was you who did it, wasn't it?). I used to love lego and i'm doing engineering.
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Old 06-14-2009, 10:28 PM
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I would like to see a dwarf monster kit. At least 9 drums, none of them larger than 18 inches. You could have two 18 inch bass drums, 12 snare, maybe toms 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16. Easier to move, smaller footprint, monster attitude.

Seems like as soon as someone gets an 18 inch bass drum they never have more than a four piece and it doesn't have to be that way.
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Old 06-15-2009, 11:41 AM
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I would like to see a dwarf monster kit. At least 9 drums, none of them larger than 18 inches. You could have two 18 inch bass drums, 12 snare, maybe toms 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16. Easier to move, smaller footprint, monster attitude.

Seems like as soon as someone gets an 18 inch bass drum they never have more than a four piece and it doesn't have to be that way.
I was thinking of doing that once, for laaughs. Also because it might be a bit quieter.
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:26 PM
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Here are crappy pictures of my kit :
TAMA Starclassic B/B in dark mocha fade finish with (mostly) ZILDJIAN A Custom cymbals.
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This kit looks very nice. I love the way the cymbals are arranged. Would like to see more pics!!!
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aww well i'm just kidding ;)

Anyway i thought that wankasarus kit you did was pretty impressive (it was you who did it, wasn't it?). I used to love lego and i'm doing engineering.
...Having kids was a great excuse for buying leggo.

Wankasaurus Rex is more of an adult tinker toy. Since this thread has been resurrected I am tempted to unleash that beast once again.

What branch of engineering are you going in for?

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...Having kids was a great excuse for buying leggo.

Wankasaurus Rex is more of an adult tinker toy. Since this thread has been resurrected I am tempted to unleash that beast once again.

What branch of engineering are you going in for?

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haha well i reckon even if you're not gonna play it, it's quite fun just to set up all your drums once in a while lol.

Mechanical, not structural sadly.I still have all my old lego actually. Should give it 2 my little cousin, he likes lego.
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Nice kit!!
But what is the hi-hat thing on the left side of your hi-hat??

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These are REMO rototoms frames I use as hi-hats (they were called SPOXES back in the days). Terry BOZZIO pioneered that kind of hi-hats that have some kind of a clingy sound I really like !
You can hear them on the BOZZIO "solo drums" DVD at approx. 4:23 :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3jAK3r9vLc
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Old 06-16-2009, 11:17 PM
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Thanks!! I knew Bozzio uses them, but I didn't know wat it was.

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Wow, there's some cool stuff going on and I have to hand it to you guy's.....because there's NO WAY I would want to haul that kind of gear anymore!!!!
YIKES! I did it for a long time with the "I don't care, this is what I play" but I couldn't do it anymore, even though my van would easily carry it.

I'll stick with my measly 20x26" bass drum and 3 floor toms now....4 ft's and an extra set of mini hats (in the pic's) kicked it over the edge for me last year.







I'm back to a 6 piece--one less than the 7 pieces needed for the "man" set-up...oh well...maybe the bass drum can make up for some of it.



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Wow, there's some cool stuff going on and I have to hand it to you guy's.....because there's NO WAY I would want to haul that kind of gear anymore!!!!
YIKES! I did it for a long time with the "I don't care, this is what I play" but I couldn't do it anymore, even though my van would easily carry it.

I'll stick with my measly 20x26" bass drum and 3 floor toms now....4 ft's and an extra set of mini hats (in the pic's) kicked it over the edge for me last year.







I'm back to a 6 piece--one less than the 7 pieces needed for the "man" set-up...oh well...maybe the bass drum can make up for some of it.



...Hello Karl.

Good to see you on the board again. We must be hanging out on different ends of the forum.

Always love the Ludwig monster porn. Those drums of yours look like a stealth bomber on the "Uh Oh" run.

Duck and cover kids.

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My RMV Brazilian Bapeva 8pc kit. 20" matching Gong tom just for fun











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Here's my kit. A black and red, hardcore, death metal ass-kicking machine named "Elegance"

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10" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
12" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
16" Ludwig Floor Tom w/ Evans Head
22" X 18" Ludwig Bass Drum w/ Remo Head
12" Pearl Firecracker Snare w/ Pearl Head
10" Harpy Black Splash
14" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
15" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
13" Zildjian Pitch Black Splash
16" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black China
20" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash Ride
22" Zildjian Pitch Black Ride
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Wow, there's some cool stuff going on and I have to hand it to you guy's.....because there's NO WAY I would want to haul that kind of gear anymore!!!!
YIKES! I did it for a long time with the "I don't care, this is what I play" but I couldn't do it anymore, even though my van would easily carry it.

I'll stick with my measly 20x26" bass drum and 3 floor toms now....4 ft's and an extra set of mini hats (in the pic's) kicked it over the edge for me last year.







I'm back to a 6 piece--one less than the 7 pieces needed for the "man" set-up...oh well...maybe the bass drum can make up for some of it.




Man, those kits are gorgeous... Specially the silver sparkle one.
What are the specs of this silver monster, if i may ask?

i dig the hot-rodish skull; it really goes well on top of this giant bass drum.
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10" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
12" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
13" Ludwig Rack Tom w/ Evans Head
16" Ludwig Floor Tom w/ Evans Head
22" X 18" Ludwig Bass Drum w/ Remo Head
12" Pearl Firecracker Snare w/ Pearl Head
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14" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
15" Zildjian Pitch Black Hi-Hats
13" Zildjian Pitch Black Splash
16" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash
18" Zildjian Pitch Black China
20" Zildjian Pitch Black Crash Ride
22" Zildjian Pitch Black Ride
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haha masking tape, gotta love it! Sorry about the pitch blacks man :( nice drum pedal anyway.
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Haha, yea. I used to have a Gibralter click pad, but after a while it just got majorly torn up, so until my new one gets here, masking tape seemd to do the job.
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Man, those kits are gorgeous... Specially the silver sparkle one.
What are the specs of this silver monster, if i may ask?

i dig the hot-rodish skull; it really goes well on top of this giant bass drum.
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The specs on the Silver Sparkle are;
20x26 bass drum
6.5 snare (various--Brass BB's, Bronze BB, wood, 6.5 Acrolite...)
9x12 tom (there's an 8x12 on the kit now)
13x15 hat side ft
14x16-16x18 floor toms.

Same specs for the RS kit too (with a few other sizes available)

Cymbals are Sabian (and the odd OLD Zildjian's) 24" ride (various models, most have 3 rivets), 15" sizzle hi hats, 19" AA med, or med thin crash, 20" Vault crash, 20" AA Orchestral Suspended, 2-21" custom AAX Chinese w/rivets.

The hot-rod skull "hood ornament" is a tribute to my dad and his brothers that were all race car drivers. They did very well, and were well known in the area (and pretty much all over Michigan in the 50's-early 80's). Lot of fun memories at the race track and pits from when I was a kid.

Even though I wasn't into cars (it was always drums!), I've always thought of my kit as my hot-rod because I was always modifying and making custom hardware parts and stuff to tinker and tweak to make things the way I want for as long as I can remember.

Thanks for the nice words!
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Mike Portnoy called, he wants his kit back.


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Wow, there's some cool stuff going on and I have to hand it to you guy's.....because there's NO WAY I would want to haul that kind of gear anymore!!!!
YIKES! I did it for a long time with the "I don't care, this is what I play" but I couldn't do it anymore, even though my van would easily carry it.

I'll stick with my measly 20x26" bass drum and 3 floor toms now....4 ft's and an extra set of mini hats (in the pic's) kicked it over the edge for me last year.







I'm back to a 6 piece--one less than the 7 pieces needed for the "man" set-up...oh well...maybe the bass drum can make up for some of it.



i love everyone of your kits!
they are beastly! amazing!

i can't get over how awesome they are
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Well I wouldn't call this a monster kit, but ...



2 x 22x18 BD
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Here's my RCI Starlite Starfire Drum Kit2 being featured at TheSouthern Drumshow in Nashville,TN. this coming weekend! Come on down!! JohnnyC
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The Kit:
yamaha rydeen rock kit, with extra 8"and 10" toms
dw 7000 double chained, double pedal
remo pinstripes, ambassador coated
evans e-rings
cowbell
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zxt 14" solid hi hats
zxt 14" thin crash
zxt 10" flash splash
zxt 16" medium thin crash
zht 18" china
zxt 20" medium ride
K Custom 20" Dry Ride



im only 16 with no job so no super duper custom kit :D
but its a work in progress

ive tuned it well though so it plays nicely :P

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Old 07-15-2009, 02:23 AM
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Here's my RCI Starlite Starfire Drum Kit2 being featured at TheSouthern Drumshow in Nashville,TN. this coming weekend! Come on down!! JohnnyC
Good god.
I don't think anyone will be able to see you at all.
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Old 07-15-2009, 02:28 AM
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The Kit:
yamaha rydeen rock kit, with extra 8"and 10" toms
dw 7000 double chained, double pedal
remo pinstripes, ambassador coated
evans e-rings
cowbell
tambourine
The Cymbals
zxt 14" solid hi hats
zxt 14" thin crash
zxt 10" flash splash
zxt 16" medium thin crash
zht 18" china
zxt 20" medium ride
K Custom 20" Dry Ride



im only 16 with no job so no super duper custom kit :D
but its a work in progress

ive tuned it well though so it plays nicely :P

also, hope u like the view into my street :P

Haha, are you using e-rings with Pinstripes?
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Old 07-15-2009, 02:32 AM
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Wow, there's some cool stuff going on and I have to hand it to you guy's.....because there's NO WAY I would want to haul that kind of gear anymore!!!!
YIKES! I did it for a long time with the "I don't care, this is what I play" but I couldn't do it anymore, even though my van would easily carry it.

I'll stick with my measly 20x26" bass drum and 3 floor toms now....4 ft's and an extra set of mini hats (in the pic's) kicked it over the edge for me last year.







I'm back to a 6 piece--one less than the 7 pieces needed for the "man" set-up...oh well...maybe the bass drum can make up for some of it.





Easily the most Rock 'N' Roll kit happening on this thread.
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Old 07-15-2009, 05:31 PM
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Haha, are you using e-rings with Pinstripes?
yep, probably weird but it makes it sound super nice :D

ive had a fair few compliments about my drum sounds

one guy even came up to me and goes
"hmm, yamaha rydeen, not such a great kit is it"
i told him to play it
and by the end he was like
"huh yours sounds pretty good though^^"
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