Congrats! Those are great drums.I just purchased a Signia kit from what I believe to be late 80's early 90's (would love be to hear what some of you who actually know the history of Premier would say)
No. Premier used 10.5mm L-arms for Signia (and virtually everything else). You just need to make sure the widgets you buy have 10.5mm L-arms. Lots and lots of other manufacturers used and still use 10.5mm L-arms.Am I going to be limited by the size of the holes in the mounts on the toms as to which brands will work?
I'm a big fan of Gibraltar and Pearl hardware. You have literally hundreds of options. You could get cymbal stands and attach 10.5mm L-arm tom mounts to those. That you should be able to get at your friendly local music store (FLMS).Any suggestions for models and brands to buy?
I'm not sure what you mean by that. Is the floor tom mounted? I.e., a large rack tom?Also I need a stand for the floor tom as well.
Yeah, I'd do three stands - one with 2 toms, 2 cymbals. Two each of 1 tom, 2 cymbals. All the variants are mentioned in the video on the Gibraltar product page I linked.Thanks so much for your response.
Yes the floor tom is actually a large rack tom that sits where my floor tom would've sat.
So it sound like I'd need another stand for that. So since I have 8", 10", and 12" up and the 14 on the side I guess I will need 3 of those stands..
WOW is all I can say, absolutely fabulous kit, great players set up and probably sounds like thunder - nice
8 drums : all Signia Maple. Around 20 years old, perfect shape . It's Coral White - Except for the snare- And it's beautiful.
A real pity this brand is ending up like this.