Show us your Four Piece Kits.

RickP

Gold Member
Yeah,ok, I understand, I'm more a keeper, especially in Synth, I still have my D50 Roland and my Yamaha TX 802 from the 80's and I'm too new in drums to have the willing to cha age, unless it's a Tama Star....If I would have to have a 4 pieces, it would be a Tama Star Walnut and the normal one would be a Tama Maple Star.... I also have not enough knowledge to see if it's better or not...

I hear you - I have three kits of my six for sale now . Trying to get down to three only now . My Gretsch USA Custom (recently arrived ) , Ludwig Classic Maple Birdseye (surprisingly a 6 piece kit ) and my on order N&C Bop kitD7BC3107-72D4-4F3A-A728-51E453FA7DF8.jpegED92A2C6-4D7F-4184-9C3A-FB8A185D9FC9.jpeg
 
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Out of Round

Active Member
Ludwig Classic Maple 13/16/22 w/Yamaha Musashi Oak 13x6.5 snare.
Paiste 2002 15" SE, 19" 2002 Crash, 22" 2002 Ride, 20" Giant Beat.
Going all in with the Yammy Crosstown hardware, which is a look along with the Silver Sparkle, I think.
Also, the shell pack was born on Friday the 13th!
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Kona1984

Member
Kona, you've got some great sets!
Thanks for sharing them with us.
I like that stand too, although it appears a bit heavy.
Is that a Gretsch stand or something you pieced together?
The legs remind me of my old Gibraltar 9500 series cymbal stand.

Elvis
Hi. I have two those stands. Yes. Very heavy. It's the Gibraltar Tripod Hybrid stand. I bought it about 10 years ago to use with a rack setup i was using with my 6pc Purewood set. I sold the rack and most of the pieces and clamps but kept the Tripods. I can hang lots of gear off of them.... solid pices but i wouldn't want to pack them around ha
 

Elvis

Silver Member
Hi. I have two those stands. Yes. Very heavy. It's the Gibraltar Tripod Hybrid stand. I bought it about 10 years ago to use with a rack setup i was using with my 6pc Purewood set. I sold the rack and most of the pieces and clamps but kept the Tripods. I can hang lots of gear off of them.... solid pices but i wouldn't want to pack them around ha
Sounds like my 9500.
Bought to place the toms for my old Pulse kit off to one side, along with a crash cymbal, so I could experiment with RIMS.
"Stout" doesn't even begin to describe that stand. Those drums weighed a ton, but that stand took it all in stride.
I could extend that thing past 6' high.
Someone on a forum once boasted how their Tama Titan straight stand was the heaviest ever built and I challenged them to a weight contest.
I won by a pound and a half.
Travelling around with that stand was no fun, though.
Glad when I finally sold it.
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
I added a tom mount on my Mapex 22x18 bass drum, mostly to make my hardware box lighter. It also makes more room to put my ride and small crash where I want them. Peace and goodwill.

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Elvis

Silver Member
I'm going 4 piece with my last kit. Love looking at all the setups for ideas. The two colors that kill me are the blue onyx rogers kit and the silver sparkle ludwig kit. This is such a cool hang here.
Silver Sparkle is louder. ;)
 
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