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Old 07-08-2009, 06:41 PM
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Default Finally, kit pics.

After being on the forum for a few months now Ive finally got proper pics of my kit. specs:

Premier Cabria Lite:
16x22 kick
16x16 tom (unknown brand)
9x13 tom
5.5x14 snare

Heads:
Kick, stock batter w/double kick danmar pad, stock reso ported
Toms, Evans G2 clear batter w/mini emad, stock reso w/mini emad
Snare, Evans genera HD dry, stock reso.

Cymbals:
14" Sabian APX hi-hats
20" Sabian APX crash
16" 'Manhattan' crash (god awful)
20" Wuhan china
20" Paiste PST3 medium ride (not pictured)

Hardware:
Big Dog Pro double pedal
Premier hi-hat stand
Stagg tom arm clamp
Premier boom stand
Stagg straight stand
CB boom stand (sooooo fragile)

The rest:
ProMark bionic gloves
ProMark Stick bag
ProMark 5A x3
ProMark 7A
Vater (5A?)
Ahead Tommy Lee signature
JVC HA-RX300 headphones
Apple MacBook Pro :D

I'm waiting on delivery of BigDog pro straight stand and BigDog pro hi-hat stand.

It's not much but it's mine. I think these pics make it look worse than it actually is lol.

I'm getting a new kit this year for my 21st birthday, plus I'm going to finish upgrading my cymbals (24" APX ride, 20" APX solid crash) and also get new hardware with my student loans.

enjoy.
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Old 07-08-2009, 06:43 PM
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Default Re: Finally, kit pics.

I'm not happy about having my kick face the wall either. It sounds really dead now. It used to be the other way round but apparently we 'have to make more space to eat in the dining room'. whatever :P
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:20 PM
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looks good, likin the guitars too. Thomann ftw lol.
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looks good, likin the guitars too. Thomann ftw lol.
You know it! lol

The acoustic is my dads from when he was a kid (50 years ago), middle is Harley Benton tele style and the far right is my pride and joy Schecter S-1 Elite.
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:48 PM
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Schecter make a great guitar. That one is a little flashy for my taste, but it's a nice guitar. I knew a guy who bought a Diamond Series at college a couple of years ago and it played fantastically well. Nice kit too, but I am particularly jealous of the MacBook Pro. Part of me wants to steal that - although my 2 1/2 year old iMac is still going very strong indeed and copes (somehow) with everything I can throw at it! I know a guy who runs a 3 year old MacBook Pro and it is still fantastic - he runs some very heavy applications on there and it runs just fine. They are a great investment.
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Old 07-08-2009, 11:40 PM
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Nice drums dude, nice and clean. I could never understand how people can have their cymbals that tall and flat though..
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Old 07-08-2009, 11:49 PM
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Nice kit man! Good head choice too.
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Old 07-09-2009, 12:53 AM
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Schecter make a great guitar. That one is a little flashy for my taste, but it's a nice guitar. I knew a guy who bought a Diamond Series at college a couple of years ago and it played fantastically well. Nice kit too, but I am particularly jealous of the MacBook Pro. Part of me wants to steal that - although my 2 1/2 year old iMac is still going very strong indeed and copes (somehow) with everything I can throw at it! I know a guy who runs a 3 year old MacBook Pro and it is still fantastic - he runs some very heavy applications on there and it runs just fine. They are a great investment.
Yea well Schecter dont really understand the term 'understated' everything has binding everywhere and covered in abalone lol.

As for the Macbook Pro, it's an amazing machine machine. Ive discussed it on here before but this is a free replacement after my last model of the MacBook Pro went bust 3 time in as many weeks.
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Nice drums dude, nice and clean. I could never understand how people can have their cymbals that tall and flat though..
I'd say I do have my cymbals a bit high but the pictures seem to exagerate it. The highest cymbal on my kit is only at neck height when I'm sat upright at my kit.
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As for the Macbook Pro, it's an amazing machine machine. Ive discussed it on here before but this is a free replacement after my last model of the MacBook Pro went bust 3 time in as many weeks.
its such an amazing machine you had to type it twice! haha. but i want a macbook/imac soooo bad for recording and other stuff but not having a income and still in high school the idea of affording one is miles away from me..... o well, there is always a high school graduation preasent! and i used to play CB drums so i still have the cheesey boom stand as well as a straight and snare stand.... not great but they hold up pretty well...
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Nice kit dude.

By the way, how do you like those Apx's I'm thinking about getting a 20" apx crash
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Nice kit dude.

By the way, how do you like those Apx's I'm thinking about getting a 20" apx crash
Yea I love my Apx 20" crash. Really explosive. I'm going to get the solid one to match. some people say they're a bit too heavy but I think I'll cope :P
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Default Re: Finally, kit pics.

Heavy is an understatement, those things are like lifting weights compared to other cymbals! Sound good for faster, harder music though.
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Yea I love my Apx 20" crash. Really explosive. I'm going to get the solid one to match. some people say they're a bit too heavy but I think I'll cope :P
I'm probably going to get one of them but I cant decide between the 20" crash or the 20" solid crash.
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Default Re: Finally, kit pics.

that is a sweet looking kit, but it does suck having to bump it up against the wall...sorry for ya there! Thanks for sharing.

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Old 07-20-2009, 02:35 AM
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that is a sweet looking kit, but it does suck having to bump it up against the wall...sorry for ya there! Thanks for sharing.

JIM
Tell me about it. It feels like there's no kick sometimes if I'm playing along to a track and there's cymbals going etc.
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