Old Dog's Cans

Old Dog new Cans

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Well, alrighty. Here's my dDrum Journeyman Gen2 Player.

13 x 7 snare drum
10 x 7 tom
12 x 8 tom
16 x 14 floor
22 x 18 bass

I have 2 Wuhan splashes, 6" and 10". I know a lot of peeps don't dig on the stackers. But they were cheap! I never had splashes in the past, I wanted to experiment without spending much.

All other cymbals are vintage Zildjian for the most part. 20" ride from the 60s, 18" crash ride or maybe a medium crash--also 60s era, 16" thin crash--I'm not sure about what era. I'd guess by how it looks, late 80s/90s??. . .but not sure. And I also have 14" New Beats from the 70s.

I had to start with a great throne, so I got some help here, and did some research. The Ahead Spinal-G is Suhweet! Shells are Basswood/Birch I'm planning on re-wrapping the snare. I don't think I like the red in all 5 pieces.
 

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Old Dog new Cans

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Pics are up FINALLY.

Jeez man. Had to resize them a few times to get it right. Anyway, nothing spectacular but I love the sound of the kit! Because the toms are not very deep, I'm able to really lower them, keep them flat-ter.
 

MrInsanePolack

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I dig the black hardware with the red. It's a cool look.

You can date your cymbals by the stamp. There are plenty of sites with a Zildjian stamp timeline, if you were so inclined.
 

Old Dog new Cans

Senior Member
I dig the black hardware with the red. It's a cool look.

You can date your cymbals by the stamp. There are plenty of sites with a Zildjian stamp timeline, if you were so inclined.
I dig the black too! One of the main reasons I picked this set. I mean, it's certainly not the highest regarded company, but they do some things a little different. Thanks though.

And I will check out the stamp timeline info. Man, some of the stamps are SO old. My old eyes struggle with it, lol.
 
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