Show us your Four Piece Kits.

v.zarate

Gold Member
22x18, 10x8 that sits in its case, 12x9, 16x14 and 14x6 1/2 snare.

Wait, did I list the measurements backwards?
some post like you did (diameter x height) and other the other way (height x diameter) or small to big.... doesnt really matter. we understand it both ways!
 

Vintage Old School

Gold Member
My current four piece: Yamaha Recording Custom in Antique Sunburst--16 X 24" kick, 9 X 13" rack tom, 16 X 16" floor tom. Snare is a 1984 SOTA 8 X 14" African Padauk that I refinished.
 

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drumdevil9

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My Luddy. I know I've posted it already in other threads but dammit, I love showing it off. I've since gotten the matching snare and put the proper bracket on the tom. The drumdevil is in the details. ;)

 

ianjphil

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So many nice drumsets here! It's pretty cool to see just how many styles of drumming and music a 4 piece can handle.

Here's an updated shot of my Sonor Bop. Over the last year, I've re-cut all of the edges (BB batter-side, 45 Round-Over reso-side), put some wood hoops on, and sealed the interior of the shells.
 

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v.zarate

Gold Member
So many nice drumsets here! It's pretty cool to see just how many styles of drumming and music a 4 piece can handle.

Here's an updated shot of my Sonor Bop. Over the last year, I've re-cut all of the edges (BB batter-side, 45 Round-Over reso-side), put some wood hoops on, and sealed the interior of the shells.
very nice kit

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BillRayDrums

Gold Member
My 1961 Ludwigs after the restoration I did on them in 2012. That's my son on them, and that's me in the inset in 1970 when I was about 15 months old.
 

MPortnoy

Senior Member
My 1961 Ludwigs after the restoration I did on them in 2012. That's my son on them, and that's me in the inset in 1970 when I was about 15 months old.
Nice pic and the drums look even better after the restoration.
Is/Was your father a drummer or were they actually yours at 15 months old??
 
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