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Old 01-27-2011, 04:12 PM
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Default Little kit/big kit

I was bored so I started setting up my kits next to each other and was shocked at how small my Dw kit looks next to my Tama kit. More to come as I get them all done.





Dw kit is 8,10,12,15,20,13 from 1996, Mahoney's music in las Vegas
Tama kit is 8,10,12,13,14,15,16,18,14,2x24, Imperialstar from the 80's! (8and 10 not showing)
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Old 01-28-2011, 04:43 AM
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Those are 2 pretty sweet kits! If it were me, I'd have to break down the Tama to one 5 piece and one 4 piece jazzy kit. Awesome setups though man! I can only dream have having that much versatality in this basis.
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Old 01-29-2011, 04:11 AM
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Thanks man. No, I wanna cry when I see guys splitting up kits on ebay to sell or a picture with half the kit sitting on the floor behind them. LOL! I can't find the tom stand to make that holds the 8 and 10 for the Tama kit and that is really killing me. You ought to see the look on the club managers faces when after weeks of them seeing me bring the DW kit I show up with the Tama's! Priceless. The downside is people wanna see you wail on it where a little kit they don't expect anything.
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the dw kit is basically my dream kit. you are a very tasteful, lucky guy!
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I see you totally got the "Lars" thang goin' on with the Tama kit.
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Old 01-31-2011, 12:26 AM
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I see you totally got the "Lars" thang goin' on with the Tama kit.
I couldn't ever find one of the Lars sig kits that wasn't super expensive and found this one, an 11 piece with cases for $1500. I moved though and have misplaced or lost all of the Titan telescoping cymbal stands and the tom stand for the 8 and 10. If anyone has those for sale I'd buy em. I must say though after playing my Dw kit for so long that I have a hard time playing that kit as the kicks are so big just getting used to it takes a minute or two. Load out sucks the big weenie too!! LOL! Of course the gong is lots of fun in small clubs!
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Old 02-13-2011, 07:56 PM
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Default Re: Little kit/big kit ADDED Axid dbl pedal

I added a new Axis black dbl pedal that I traded some stands for. I like it so far but haven't played a show yet so I'll let you know.





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Nice drums. I do like the oriental chinas! I have thought of going dw, so expensive...but they do sound nice.
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how do you like your axis?
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how do you like your axis?
So far I love them. I traded some stands and cymbals I don't use for them to a local buddy who is rich and buys stuff daily to resell. They are super quiet and smooth. I am way out of practice on speed metal but I think I will like these. I need to get the case for them though.
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Old 02-14-2011, 01:42 AM
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Nice drums. I do like the oriental chinas! I have thought of going dw, so expensive...but they do sound nice.
Yes that china sounds great, as do the drums. You can find nice kits on craigslist if you are patient for cheap. It is certainly a buyers market right now.
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