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Old 10-27-2011, 06:18 AM
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8,10,12,14,16,20...

Deep aqua finish. Still in the process of changing out the heads. Sounds amazing...
14" Yamaha birch custom snare
13" Meinl Byzance brilliant medium hats
8" Meinl HCS splash
14" Meinl Byzance brilliant china
15" Meinl Byzance brilliant thin crash
16" Meinl MB8 heavy crash
20" Meinl Byzance dark raw bell ride
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Old 10-27-2011, 06:30 AM
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yamaha recording custom + meinl bizance = can't get any better !!!!
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Old 10-27-2011, 06:35 AM
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Is that a Dark Raw Bell ride? Plannin' to match on with a Extra Dry Medium ride. :)
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Nice! Same colour as our member Yesdog's kit, if I'm not mistaken.
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Looks great. There has always been a "no nonsense" quality about the Yamaha RCs that i've liked.
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Nice. Don't leave them in your unlocked car in my neighborhood! (just kidding...)
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Nice kit, are those phone pics? Looks like they were taken in a London fog.
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Wow, I totally forgot about this. Thanks for all the comments guys. Yes it is a raw bell ride. You steal my drums, I kill your dog...or cat...or hamster. Yes it was my phone.
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Old 01-06-2012, 06:07 AM
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Yamaha RC's ... if you can only own 1 birch shelled drum set, this is the set to have. My RC's ... 22, 12, 14 ... and searching for a matching 16.
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Old 01-06-2012, 06:40 AM
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That's a classy looking finish you've got there. If I have one gripe with my kit, it's that I wish my 14" had legs as opposed to hanging.

I also just noticed your flying dragon, nice!
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:01 AM
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Thanx. This is actually my second RC kit. My first was a Tobacco Burst finish, 22, 13, 16 sizes. After two years of trying to find an add on drum ... I sold the kit on eBay. The guy who bought it had a snare that matched, but nothing else (until he scored my kit). This one I've had for about a year. Cost me $995. I'll probably never sell this one.
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:11 AM
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That Tobacco Burst is super nice too. I like the RC finishes with more flair myself, that's why I jumped on mine. Six piece for $1500 sounded good to me, but it's also more drums than I need, but it is what it is.
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Old 01-06-2012, 09:06 AM
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[quote=jofizzm;906095]8,10,12,14,16,20...

Deep aqua finish. Still in the process of changing out the heads. Sounds amazing...


Saying Recording Customs sounds amazing is like saying water is wet.
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I posted this as well in the other Yamaha Drums thread but it fits better here actually.

I put them in semi-retirement this past year but these have been my workhorse's since I purchased them back around 1985. They've done hundreds and hundreds of live gigs and spent countless hours in recording studios. I love them and will never, ever part with them.

The snare drum shown is the Steve Gadd Signature Brass I purchased when they orignally came out. Serial #213.

I actually just set these up a week or so ago to clean them up and get them ready for longer-term storage as I have a new Gretsch New Classic set on the way (hopefully). I figured as long as I had them out, I'd snap a few pics of them.

Not a very good picture, but you get the idea.
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Nice! Batter head on the rezo side huh? Does it do much the the sound of your kick?
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Six piece for $1500 sounded good to me, but it's also more drums than I need, but it is what it is.
Always better to have more drums (you don't have to set 'em all up) than not enough.
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Gorgeous. I've always had a set of Yammy RC's on my wishlist, probably with this finish.

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I posted this as well in the other Yamaha Drums thread but it fits better here actually.

I put them in semi-retirement this past year but these have been my workhorse's since I purchased them back around 1985. They've done hundreds and hundreds of live gigs and spent countless hours in recording studios. I love them and will never, ever part with them.

The snare drum shown is the Steve Gadd Signature Brass I purchased when they orignally came out. Serial #213.

I actually just set these up a week or so ago to clean them up and get them ready for longer-term storage as I have a new Gretsch New Classic set on the way (hopefully). I figured as long as I had them out, I'd snap a few pics of them.

Not a very good picture, but you get the idea.
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:47 PM
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Gorgeous. I've always had a set of Yammy RC's on my wishlist, probably with this finish.
Thank you! I do love their sound for sure. The finish was my favorite then when I was picking them out and remains pleasant to me after all these years.
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Old 01-07-2012, 04:16 AM
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I have owned. Cherrywood lacquer RC kit (Pre-YESS) and an Apple sparkle fade RC kit with YESS mounts and both were beautiful looking sets, but the finish I have always loved was the Blue Burst finish like the set David Garibaldi plays. Those are just stunning and rare.

If you notice my former kit had clear interiors and Yamaha Aluminum diecast hoops. This was an Endorser kit that I purchased. I found I preferred the sound of the Kapur shelled Club Customs more than the Recording Customs.
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Old 02-28-2012, 06:49 AM
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Old 02-28-2012, 07:29 AM
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Seriously, why would anyone ever play anything else after owning these?
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Old 02-28-2012, 10:31 PM
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Seriously, why would anyone ever play anything else after owning these?
Well I for one am a terrible gear slut, so I'm always on the look out for stuff. They'll never get sold though...barring something drastic.
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I owned these two sets
22-8-10-12-14, 1989 in Stage White lacquer
24-13-14-18, 1983 in white wrap

I bought them in 1995, but I lost them in 2010 in a fire (when the whole building was burning down including the rehearsal room I stored my kits), and the insurance gave back the money, but the memories of hundreds of concerts... These are the best birch drums ever made.
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Here are my jade green RC's I have used since the late 80sAttachment 47450
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Aw man that's such a shame indi, my condolences.

Wow yes, I have never seen that color of RCs before. Do you know the year?
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Brought them back home for some maintenance. My girl's 50D was was just laying around, so I had to take some vanity pics. Pretty easy to tell I stick mostly to a 10" and 14" set up. :D I'm mulling over using the 16" as a left side tom, we'll see.





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jofizzm, that is my all time favorite set of RC's I've ever seen. Perfection.

I would trade three of my kits for those. Damn!
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jofizzm, that is my all time favorite set of RC's I've ever seen. Perfection.

I would trade three of my kits for those. Damn!
Thank you sir.
There's one one ebay right now, cept the guy wants $2400 for a three piece, and has drilled in another tom mount on the bass drum. Crazy.


There's also a couple 20th anniversary kits on there too, blue fade. Quite nice.
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Thank you sir.
There's one one ebay right now, cept the guy wants $2400 for a three piece, and has drilled in another tom mount on the bass drum. Crazy.


There's also a couple 20th anniversary kits on there too, blue fade. Quite nice.
I saw those!
I'm OK with one mount but drilling a second one...yikes. And for $2400. Ha!
I paid $800 for my Quartz Grey RC kit - 12/14/20. Gig with them a lot. Love them.
Love yours more.
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I saw those!
I'm OK with one mount but drilling a second one...yikes. And for $2400. Ha!
I paid $800 for my Quartz Grey RC kit - 12/14/20. Gig with them a lot. Love them.
Love yours more.
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That's what I said, I got my six piece for $1500. One of the best value kits out there me thinks.
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Hi All,

There are some lovely kits here, and I apologize if this should in another thread. I just placed my order today for one of the remaining new sets of Deep Blue Recording Customs and am quite excited about it. I know the toms come with Pinstripe batters and Ambassador resonant sides. I'm considering replacing the batters with Remo coated Ambassadors. Assuming some of you have tried that with these particular drums, what were your impressions on how the coated Ambassador batters sounded on the toms?

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Beautiful kits in here. I have a honey amber absolute and a burgendy warped tour series currently. That apple sparkle fade finish shown in here is my favorite so far. All of these kits look classy though.
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There are some lovely kits here, and I apologize if this should in another thread. I just placed my order today for one of the remaining new sets of Deep Blue Recording Customs and am quite excited about it. I know the toms come with Pinstripe batters and Ambassador resonant sides. I'm considering replacing the batters with Remo coated Ambassadors. Assuming some of you have tried that with these particular drums, what were your impressions on how the coated Ambassador batters sounded on the toms?

Thanks in advance.
Interesting that you were able to buy a new RC kit. Did a dealer have it in stock, or was it in Yamaha's warehouse? If it was the warehouse, do you know if there is much left from the Japanese made lines?

I have Black Suede Emperors for my RC tom batters, and just love them. Really warm sounding heads.
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Interesting that you were able to buy a new RC kit. Did a dealer have it in stock, or was it in Yamaha's warehouse? If it was the warehouse, do you know if there is much left from the Japanese made lines?

I have Black Suede Emperors for my RC tom batters, and just love them. Really warm sounding heads.
I'm sure you know this, but I see a few RC kits in stock at some dealers (Forks Drum Closet being one.) I sure would like to buy one, but they are pretty darn expensive new.
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I'm sure you know this, but I see a few RC kits in stock at some dealers (Forks Drum Closet being one.) I sure would like to buy one, but they are pretty darn expensive new.
Yeah, you're right. I have seen a few for sale. And they are pricey. I just always wonder what odds and ends Yamaha has tucked away in their warehouse.
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Since we're posting RC pics, here you go...I painted the white kit with Valspar spray can lacquer - orphan drums I rescued. The kick is a maple 20" Ludwig marcher.
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Holy crap BGH! That looks awesome!
Looks like you have successfully rescued another bunch of RC drums from a lifetime of hardship.

I am also in the process of some RC tinkering; I found a 10" RC tom on eBay in my colour - Quartz Grey. But the problem - it's 10" deep too and really wouldn't go with the rest of the kit (12x8, 14x14, 20x14) at all. So I also found some of the shallower RC lugs and its getting cut down to a 10 x 7.5 right now.
But after seeing you do a really good job repainting two RC kits now, you have me thing about doing something about mine too...not crazy about the Quartz Grey.
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Holy crap BGH! That looks awesome!
Looks like you have successfully rescued another bunch of RC drums from a lifetime of hardship.

I am also in the process of some RC tinkering; I found a 10" RC tom on eBay in my colour - Quartz Grey. But the problem - it's 10" deep too and really wouldn't go with the rest of the kit (12x8, 14x14, 20x14) at all. So I also found some of the shallower RC lugs and its getting cut down to a 10 x 7.5 right now.
But after seeing you do a really good job repainting two RC kits now, you have me thing about doing something about mine too...not crazy about the Quartz Grey.

Thanks. The black kit is factory and the white kit is actually the RC toms I had painted black. I refinished them again! Here's the long story:

After I painted the kit black, I ended up collecting a bunch of original finish Piano Black RC's. I had close to 4 kits worth of RC drums. So, it was a bit overkill. I have sold a number of drums and the kit in the first pic is pretty much what I have left in black-they are all in factory finish. I kept the drums that made the best sense for me, size wise. In addition to that kit, I still have 3 extra drums another 22", a 11x13 and a snare 7x14 (love that snare). They are all factory finish.

I repainted the orphan drums white because (through some experimentation) I found that the white is much easier to paint and have it look good. The black I painted looked ok, but its so glossy, it shows every little imperfection. I had acquired the Ludwig marcher in white and converted it to a kick drum. Its a 14x20 maple that is just killer. So, I figured I'd paint the orphans white to go along with that kick.

I'm glad I have inspired you, but if your gray 's are in good shape, I would leave them the way they are. Gray is actually a rare color as you probably know. Yamaha didn't make them for very long; you just don't see them around very much anymore. Cool that you found the 10" and are having it cut down. You'll be very happy with it.
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