Show us your Four Piece Kits.

turbojerk

Senior Member
^^^ Fun little whip!

992899_10200139682161088_989108572_n.jpg
 

wsabol

Gold Member
I used this on a recording project this weekend.

1920's Slingerland 28"x12" bass drum
1976 Acro
12 and 16" toms

16/"18" Crashes as hi hats
22" Istanbul Agop SE Jazz Ride.
 

Attachments

  • 988238_10103526840295654_673875526_n.jpg
    988238_10103526840295654_673875526_n.jpg
    74.6 KB · Views: 2,765

johnquach

Junior Member
90's Pearl Export refurbished with a brand new wrap and almost all new hardware. Cymbals are Paiste 502 14' Hi Hats, PST 5 16' Crash, 802 20' ride. Decent setup for under $500.

pfgf.jpg


hjd2.jpg
 

Konne

Member
1967 Ludwig Super Classic Blue Oyster: 20x14 - 13x9 - 16x16 & 14x6,5 Ludwig LM402 Supraphonic Snare
 

Attachments

  • Ludwig67BlueOyster.Aug.2013.jpg
    Ludwig67BlueOyster.Aug.2013.jpg
    107.7 KB · Views: 3,274

Stella

Junior Member
Wow, there are some amazing looking kits in this thread. Cool stuff guys. Here's a quick pic of my four piece set up.

1146547_10200840943763680_2019379843_n.jpg
 

Stella

Junior Member
What is the pedal just to the right of your pearl pedal used for? Can't see where it goes.....

It's an external pedal for the SPD SX. Use it for different things, mostly electronic kick sounds.

edit: it's the hihat control pedal of a Yamaha DTXpress I have lying around. Single trigger pads are from that kit too.
 

gish

Senior Member
Not the best quality pics, but here's my Saturn kit at a recent outdoor gig. I'll put up the 10" tom at home once in a while, but when its gig time, I go with the four piece. Classic, comfy, and just plain cool.
 

Attachments

  • Photo07201745.jpg
    Photo07201745.jpg
    120.6 KB · Views: 2,524
  • Photo07201744.jpg
    Photo07201744.jpg
    142.2 KB · Views: 2,478
Last edited:

lsits

Gold Member
My Gretsch round badge (without the badges) kit on the riser I built. Here I'm using a Yamaha Stage Custom snare.

 

FoolInTheRain

Senior Member
So I have the day off work, wife and kid are gone for hours, leaving me with so much glorious time to myself to just play, play, and play some more.

And then something mysterious happens....

My kit goes from this

l7ae.jpg


To this....

2giu.jpg


I forgot how fun and natural playing a 1-up, 1-down setup is. That's what I played for the first 8 years, and only recently went to a 2-up setup. I'm thinking it's gonna be really hard to get that 10" back up any time soon. There's just something aesthetically pleasing about a minimalist kit.
 

v.zarate

Gold Member
So I have the day off work, wife and kid are gone for hours, leaving me with so much glorious time to myself to just play, play, and play some more.

And then something mysterious happens....

My kit goes from this

l7ae.jpg


To this....

2giu.jpg


I forgot how fun and natural playing a 1-up, 1-down setup is. That's what I played for the first 8 years, and only recently went to a 2-up setup. I'm thinking it's gonna be really hard to get that 10" back up any time soon. There's just something aesthetically pleasing about a minimalist kit.

very nice pearl foolin!
 

v.zarate

Gold Member
hope you guys like this pic better! i didnt like the previous black/white picture i posted

306ff746-e9bb-4efb-a35b-142f5c860839_zps09d3b36d.jpg


Drum Workshop ECO-X Project - (Desert Sand Satin Finish)
Bamboo/Birch Shells - 9x10 - 12x14 - 18x22 - 5.5x14
Sabian XS20 Brilliant (14" med hats, 16" med crash, 20" med ride) and a Wuhan 8" splash
mix of dw and tama hardware/stands, dw pillow in kick
 
Last edited:
Top