Likes, dislikes? Seriously considering adding to a 16 floor in a three up 2 down configuration. Thanks for any thoughts.
Thanks Porter. Appreciate your thoughts - Think I'll order a few heads to have at the ready then.I like it specifically because I don't have a 14" or 16" – I had them with my previous kit and wanted something inbetween, and the 15" is inbetween. I'm generally wary of 1" tom differences but that will be less of an issue with larger drums since their area is exponential. The only real annoyance that comes up for me is head availability, Guitar Center stopped carrying 15" heads in the past couple years so I have to order anything I want (or go to a local place that's more out of the way).
Thanks for posting these pics again, jbonzo. Love the all cherry...I mop the floor every time you post these. Is that nickel or chrome?I have 3 15" floors.
13x15 Ludwig Classic Maple, 13x15 DW Collector's Maple and 14x15 DW Collector's Pure Cherry. Love them all.
As far as buying heads, I get most of my heads mail order, so it's not a problem. I have a spare for each drum.
Here's the DW 15's.
Banking on it, not a stranger to getting on line, either way sounds like they'r e avail. Thanks.I play a Mapex Saturn 15x15 and I love it! For smaller venues I'll use it with a 13" rack and 22' bass drum. The local GC doesn't carry 15" heads so I order online. With the growing popularity of 15" snares I have a feeling that the local retailers will come around.
This sounds bichin too.I just got a 15x12 tom that will be my one RACK tom for my Bonham kit.
I'll bet, thanks.I use a 15x15 with my 16x16, and they work great together!
SunDog, thanks. Look to rack the 14 and go with 15 and 16 floor. Been out for a few weeks, did you ever get the snare finished?I play a 15x12 DW Collectors FT in a one up one down config . It's awesome. It flat out destroys a 14" floor tom. I bought this drum in 1997 and I have never had any trouble getting heads.
I just got a 15x12 tom that will be my one RACK tom for my Bonham kit.