Nice !Well if you change how things are measured, then we all can be 6 feet tall. By my measuring rationale I'm also at 1:1.

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Nice !Well if you change how things are measured, then we all can be 6 feet tall. By my measuring rationale I'm also at 1:1.

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Cymbalholic Death

The Golden Ratio is 1:1.61803

1:2

Do we count cowbells?

X a

The previous equation is as simply put as my limited ratio to ratio knowledge contains. Hope it helps.

jazz/country set: 2 drums, 3 cymbs not counting HH

I own 10 drums total, and 34 cymbals total...

Maine isn't really a state. We only have it so Canada wont own all the trees. His opinion does not count!

We tried to swap it for Alaska but you would only pay cash.Maine isn't really a state. We only have it so Canada wont own all the trees. His opinion does not count!

Drumset #2: 5 cymbals, 4 drums. 1.25:1

Drumset #3: 6 cymbals, 5 drums. 1.2:1

Combined of those: 17 cymbals, 14 drums. 1.214:1

But *wait*. I also have two extra snares, a marching snare, 2 practice L80 cymbals, and a gong!

So that's 20 cymbals, 17 drums. 1.176:1

Are we counting in metric??

I thought we were counting in 4/4...???Are we counting in metric??

Speaking of which, that's my normal drum:cymbal ratio!