I agree especially the 18x22, have become the "Standard" on many entry and intermediate drum kits, that can't be customized.....It seems 20x22 and 18x22 are popular sizes right now. Unless your buying a custom kit you typically get what's offered. How do like your kick?
Larry. You of all people should get this. When you measure a long run of wire to run in a pipe, you always make sure you have enough, and even add a little extra just in case. If you have a little too much you can cut it off. If you are short, the whole length of wire is useless. Same thing here. If I decide one day I want my bass drums shorter, I just take them in and they cut off a few inches. If I buy a whimpy little 14, or 16, and wish it was longer, well too bad. I will be looking for something I don't have. It applies perfectly. Stay with the tour boys.Doesn't really apply here Sticks. You don't normally misplace a few inches of your bass drum.
Thanks for the laugh Kenny.
Hey Sticks, we all dig your comment about the size of the bass drums, no problem there...Remember guys. You can always make a long bass shorter, but you can't make a shorter bass longer. Or like we say in the trade, "Better looking at it then for it"
"Better Looking At It, Than For It" English wan never my strong suit. I did say I was an Electrician, right.Hey Sticks, we all dig your comment about the size of the bass drums, no problem there...
...it's just this bit: "Better looking at it then for it"
Which I guess should read: "Better looking at it than looking for it"