Agreed. For some reason I can't work out, the standard 5 piece configuration just doesn't feel right to me. Positionally, I find almost all double tom bracket bass drum mounts to be restrictive in terms of positioning, so that probably doesn't help.Not a fan of playing two racks mounted to the bass. Seems like most backline kits are set up this way too.
Dear lord... how long has this been a thing?
LOL. So this video pretty much sums up all the peeves commented here so far.
I actually think he'd work pretty well in a band like Steel Panther or Gwar. It's just part of the atmosphere.Dear lord... how long has this been a thing?
I think the phrase "this is my competitive advantage" has just entered my everyday lexicon.
Those cymbal... trees look downright deadly.
Wailin Smash? He's been strutting the same thing for decades. Got to give him props for consistencyDear lord... how long has this been a thing?
And every other peeve ever contemplated!LOL. So this video pretty much sums up all the peeves commented here so far.
Yes Alparrot dead on in regards to the Pearl L-arm tom mounts.Pearl L-arm tom mounts done incorrectly, causing the rack toms to look like Mickey Mouse ears a half-mile apart.
Extreme tom angles at seated eye level.
Hi-hat and kick pedals at 90-degree angles to each other.
You know, basically what you see on Craigslist, except someone actually plays like that.