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FTS 05-29-2006 03:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Insane Drummer
Nice stuff, how is the birch treating you? I have been looking at maple V birch lately.

Oh man, you don't want to know what I thought you said.

ericdrum83 05-30-2006 12:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Insane Drummer
Nice stuff, how is the birch treating you? I have been looking at maple V birch lately.

the birch is awesome...my bass drum sound is just huge...i find either in the studio or live its sounds real good...live though i have to put some Moongel on the heads cause there is just so much overtone which is good for me but my sound guy freaks hahaha...

UnderOath46 07-10-2006 08:11 PM

Ok all you rich kids..lol.jk
hers my very basic set-up

Pearl Export 5 peice green
Zidijan Hi-Hat

adamisrad 08-21-2006 01:40 AM

<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v208/yourfavoriteband/Epicentre/Image180.jpg">

russellcframe 09-28-2006 09:17 AM

New kit
 
Well after about a year of thinking about it and shopping around my son and I bought our kit yesterday.

The drum guy at Guitar Center was good to work with as usual.

We ended up with a Ludwig Accent Custom Fusion kit in a lacquer red finish.

Evans G2 tops G1 bottoms.

DW 7000 pedal.

Paiste PST 5 Medium cymbals all the way around.

Need to hang a few more pieces of drywall in the studio today so I can get it moved out of my living room :)

dwdrumz4God 10-04-2006 11:15 PM

Drums & Gear
 
Now don't get offended,,, I've been waiting a long time for these & I've been on 4 deployments to the middle east, so I earned what I have.

DW custom maple VLT, in Olive Ash Burl. 8, 10, 12, toms, 13" & 15" Floor toms (w/ legs) 22" bass (I should've bought twin 20"), 6.5" copper snare, 3" Ludwig Pic snare, Tama Octobans -high, 2 Tama Electric (circa '79):spin:
**Ufip Cymbals: Zildjian Pkg:
20" hvy Bionic ride, 22" Z Ride
17"/15"/10" med Class: 17" med th 'A'
16"/14"/9" med Brilliant 16" Med 'A'
14" Class HH, 14" Sabian AA
14" Quick Beats
9000 hardware, XL Elite hard cases.

I've had 2 sets of Pearls, a Set of Tama's, a set of Classic Ludwigs (loved 'em) that sounded better than the Pearl Masters in our sanctuary. And I'd taken the bottom heads off!
Tama's - don't compromise & get the good stuff.
Slingerlands - great shells - horrific hardware
Premier- great tone but weak shells & inconsistant
Pearl: Awful quality control in their top line. The shells had great attack, but little-to-no roundness in tone. Hardware is pot-metal and mounting system is crap.


My combo kit will either be a DW Birch w/ BIB, Gretsch or a Sonor. Different voices and characteristics are good.
Snares I'm looking for: Slingerland Radio King, Gretsch Floating Snare(invented by Gretsch in the mid '60's) DW Birch Edge.

samkim108 11-10-2006 04:31 AM

wow that is insane..

well my kit is a (i took it in cause my brother left it in the garage)
Pearl Export 4 piece
Spaun Acrylic Vented Snare Drum
14" Zildian A series New beat Hi-hats
18" Zildian A Custom Projection Crash
16" Paiste Innovations Medium Crash
20" Paiste Innovations Medium Ride

Evans Heads

Bass pedal is from an electronics drum set but its really good lol
its from DW
It says Dw Chain drive 5000
its really smooth and i love it

Michael 12-26-2006 11:42 PM

tama starclassic birch
10x8
14x11
22x18
pork pie snare
14x6
spaun acrylic snare vented
13x5.5
bosphorus fat hats
istanbul pre split ride
istanbul mehmet crash
zildjian new beat hi hats

pearl powershifter
dw9000 cable hat (i play my hats in the cetner)
different stands from whatever was on sale at guitar center that week!

evans
ec2
emad2
retro screen
reso black
st dry
ec rev dot snare

king91 01-02-2007 12:57 AM

It's not mine, but my old teacher let me borrow it for some time, so im not exactly sure.. i've got a red wine set

18x22 base drum
9x9 rack tom
12x12 rack tom
16x16 floor tom
20" ride
14x14 snare
(borrowing)8"splash
remo king heads
pearl bass pedal
14"HH

As I said before, it's not my kit, so i'm not exactly sure what the correct measurements are. I need alittle bit more, but i'm getting there.

Soap 01-02-2007 01:10 AM

Drummer I jam with and good friend of mine has this:

Yamaha Custom Beech:
Kansas City Drum Co. Custom 13" snare, 20-ply maple wrapped in wrinkled steel
12", 14"floor, 20"bass
Meinl Amun 14" hats
Meinl Amun 16" crash
Meinl Byzance 14" crash
Sabian B8 pro 20" ride
Zildjian K 8" splash
Mapex double kick pedal
tama hardware

Hope I got all that right. My memory is going out.

DrummerMom 02-15-2007 11:50 AM

I currently use a 7 piece Pacific MX kit in Emerald Fade. Sabian 14" Hand Hammered thin Crash , 21" AA Raw Bell Dry Ride, XS20 14" hats and 18" Chinese.

Drums: 8",10",12",(14"-floor tom), 5.5"x14" snare,3.5"x14" piccolo side snare, 22" bass.

http://myspace-221.vo.llnwd.net/0127...71569221_l.jpg

http://a462.ac-images.myspacecdn.com...a520166c15.jpg

TBoz 03-03-2007 04:12 PM

Here's pics of an older kit I had. Much more tamed down now. Old age you know hee hee

www.zionrocks.org

heinous 08-14-2007 09:08 PM

Personally, I've been totally diggen the Yamaha Stage Custom Nouvean!!! Rock on!

Gsus_Rawks 08-26-2007 10:59 PM

I don't get good tone out of Evan tom heads; does anyone else?

I have a Pearl Forum Fusion 5 piece. And a Sabian 14" crash that came with it.

MikeyMan 11-27-2007 12:35 AM

Not a drumset..BUT COOLER

http://a30.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/...9b6b06fbb5.jpg

Unfortunately, it is not mine. That's the snare I use in drumline and I like it so much that I take it home whenever I can.

It is a Yamaha Sforzando.. 14x...??? I'm not sure what the depth of the drum is, but it's a standard marching snare. I wish we had snares specifically for indoor that are alot shorter..I like those.


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