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Drumolator

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Four drums and four cymbals...works for me. I sometimes use one less or one to three more cymbals, but most music can be played with four drums, hats, ride, and two crashes. Peace and goodwill.
 

Elvis

Silver Member
...guess we're not good enough to actually see Drumolator's kit? 🤷‍♂️
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
...guess we're not good enough to actually see Drumolator's kit? 🤷‍♂️

I am not on the computer that has pictures. I am planning to take some new pictures soon due to my new cymbal setup. Peace and goodwill.
 

Elvis

Silver Member
I am not on the computer that has pictures. I am planning to take some new pictures soon due to my new cymbal setup. Peace and goodwill.
Thank you for filling in the gaps.
Look forward to seeing your kit! (y)
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
My drums are on page 45 of this thread. Now my crash cymbals are different. Peace and goodwill.
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
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Here are my drums and cymbals. The drums are Mapex Saturn V, and the cymbals are all Sabian.

20" HHX Evolution Ride
18" SR2 Thin Crash
16" AA Thin Crash (20th Anniversary Model)
14" SR2 Hats (medium top, heavy bottom)

Peace and goodwill.
 

baz

Silver Member
My Pearls as they sit now.
session custom classics 22x16, 16x14, 12x8, with 14x61/2” session studio select snare. Cymbals include 14” el sabor hats, 20” el sabor ride, 16” aaxplosion fast crash, and a 17” hhxtreme crash. Themse drums have masters hardware, and Premier die cast hoops. 31863A8D-B188-48ED-A08C-A2256379A353.jpeg
 

CommanderRoss

Silver Member
My main kit is just a Gretsch Catalina Club with the (now removed) tribal wrap. No biggie.
My Drumsmithing pride & joy is this one. Was a variety of shells reworked & color matched. The rack tom & snare share the same stand & the kick is a 20-incher with a KickPort.
14x14 floor.

I sold it to another drummer buddy who now has it in his house. I really liked how this came out & have been a fan of the color ever since. Reminds me of the Detroit Motor City blue Gretsch used on their Renown kit a few years ago.

I have a few pics of this kit as a 2-piece at a few gigs if anyone wants to see how it did.
 

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Elvis

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Actually, I'd like to see how you mounted the rack tom and the snare on the same stand, if you have detailed pics showing that.
Nice kit, too. You did a good job on that one. (y)

Elvis
 

CommanderRoss

Silver Member
Actually, I'd like to see how you mounted the rack tom and the snare on the same stand, if you have detailed pics showing that. Nice kit, too. You did a good job on that one.(y)Elvis

Thanks!

You can kind of tell from this pic. The rack tom & snare are on a DW V-Clamp with Double-ball L-arms. I angled them so they wouldn't be in each other's way.
The tom has a RIMS-type mount & the snare was direct-to-shell.

The main goal here was portability & quick on-and-off stage. I could pre-set this up off stage & in literally 3 trips, I was up and ready.

The guy who bought it needed a small, backline kit for his studio & this was perfect. So I knew it was going to a good home.
 

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Elvis

Silver Member
Do you feel that was a lighter weight setup, than using a separate bass mounted tom arm and snare stand?
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
My drums have not changed, but my cymbals have. So I am posting some pictures I took today.
My new cymbal setup is all Sabian except where noted.
21" AA Bash Ride (my favorite ride ever)
18" AAX Studio Crash
17" AAX Studio Crash
16" Wuhan China
14" SR2 Hats (medium top, heavy bottom)

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Peace and goodwill.
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
Is that your ride above the hi hat?

Yes, I am very left handed and right footed, so I play open handed. I have been playing like that for over fifty years. Peace and goodwill.
 
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