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Old 10-05-2013, 08:05 AM
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Default This is what a rookie Drummer but seasoned guitarist is starting with....

So, my setup--and I am just picking up drums after years of guitar/bass in jazz and rock--is a roland V-kit with all mesh heads--4 toms, 3 crashes, hhat, ride, that triggers addictive drums (i dont use the module kits) I also have Emulator x3 synth, reason, cubase 5, and I used an EMU-1616m and 0404 sound cards because of the versatility. For effects on this kit, I have a UAD-2 DSP card with channel strips/eq, etc, and a lexicon M400 outboard reverb. It has a GREAT drum sound--but you have to know how to set it up.....

My acoustics are 1) a 20x18 pearl reference bass 2) Pearl 3x13 brass piccolo snare and 3) pearl 14x6.5 Ian Paice Steel signature snare. I put Remo renaissance emperor heads on the snares and improved the sound 100% on both of them. I'll be picking up reference toms and cymbals for the acoustic kit--im done with the V-drum kit. Here are the pics.....
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:38 AM
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Default Re: This is what a rookie Drummer but seasoned guitarist is starting with....

Quite a setup yo have going on there. Try not to rest your snare against the metal portion of the snare stand basket. Good luck!
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: This is what a rookie Drummer but seasoned guitarist is starting with....

yea, I know, i just had it on the stand changing the head and tuning it.
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Old 10-05-2013, 04:53 PM
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Default Re: This is what a rookie Drummer but seasoned guitarist is starting with....

That is primo gear for any level player.

Are you buying the drums used in pieces to save $ ? I did that with my Masterworks kit, turned a frankenkit into a real monster kit.
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:30 PM
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Default Re: This is what a rookie Drummer but seasoned guitarist is starting with....

Well, I had started just wanting a good bass, snare and hi-hat--after hearing a really sick sounding reference kit I was hooked. I love drums, its like having a whole bunch of instruments.
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