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Old 06-06-2012, 11:16 AM
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Default Interesting and unusual setups - show them!

Hi,
here's the place to show of an artists, or your own, interesting setups. I'll start...

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Old 06-09-2012, 08:20 AM
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Old 06-09-2012, 08:37 AM
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I'm currently setting up right handed to try and exercise my right foot which has always been weaker but gives me problems due to hip issues, but I set up like this a lot. Left footed/right handed basically.
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I finally got set up in the living room today for the first time in months (my daughter's coloring stuff was left lying around and got in the shot). I like this configuration.

Drums, L-R: 13" Tama Imperialstar tom left over from a big kit I used to have; Pearl steel piccolo snare; 14x5.5" Yamaha wood shell snare (birch.mahogany/falkata I think) made in the 1990s; 18" mystery floor tom: no brand name, synthetic material shell. When I had to get rid of my last normal set I converted an old pedal to hit the bottom head of this. With a lightly muffled Pinstripe it sounds pretty good.
Cymbals and other stuff, L-R: 14" unknown A Zildjian with a crack; 14" unknown A Custom Ziljian; 18" Sabian HH Chinese with cracks and missing chunks; metal O (aluminum, I think) from the side of a building hit with a pedal; UFO; 12" Wuhan Chinese, 6" Sabian splash; LP cowbell and blocks; 20" K Zildjian Suspended Orchestra; 16" A Zildjian crash with missing chunk; 18" Sabian HH Dark Crash.
The Dark Crash and the little Wuhan are the only cymbals I ever bought new.
As I said, I like this setup, but I miss the kits I used to have, and I don't ever want to get rid of any gear again.
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