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    Hi!
    There's another compact all in one box drum that I like to use for simple/small stage/unplug gig.I modify my Tama Iron Cobra pedal with auto car clutch cable!!! The Top part of this box drum can "open",after gig I can just put everything inside the Box!! very handy!


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    Narley!
    1997 DW collectors kit
    2010 ddrum dios m series kit
    1966 Ludwig acrolite
    Sabian/zildjian cymbals
    Dw/Tama/Pearl hardware

  3. #9953

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    Hey All, fairly new here but I thought I would share here as well.

    Man I've spent quite some time gawking at all your kits! Awesome!

    Here's mine, just got it the other day, replacing my stage custom advantage.

    Sonor Force 3007
    Finish: Autumn Fade
    Toms: 10, 12, 14 (hope to come across a 16" eventually)
    Kick: 20
    Snare: Mapex Black Panther Steel snare
    Pedal: Tama Speed Cobra

    Cymbals: All Paiste Twentys
    20" Ride
    20" Light Ride
    18" Thin Crash
    16" Reg crash
    10" Splash (I use this with the 16" to make a stacker ala Mike Johnston )
    13" Hats.

    Skins:
    Kick: Aquarian Super Kick II batter, Aquarian Regulator Reso (ported)
    Toms: Coated Aquarian Super 2, Classic Clears on the reso
    Snare: Evans Genera, though I'm looking to replace this head soon. I used an Evans ST Dry and liked that quite a bit.








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    Here are my RC's


  6. #9956

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    That's a lot of kit right there. Specs?
    Pdp LXE | Pearl ELX Export

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  7. #9957

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    C'mon fellas, nearly 400 pages in this thread now!
    I'll contribute... I spray painted bits of my hardware black. Here she is again, for those that haven't seen her before.



    Sonor - Pearl - Tama - Mapex - Paiste - Sabian - Roc N Soc - Pro Mark - Gibralter - Evans - Dixon - Mapex

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    Interesting how you have your toms set jemini. Bet it makes for fast Tom fills! Thanks for sharing!
    1997 DW collectors kit
    2010 ddrum dios m series kit
    1966 Ludwig acrolite
    Sabian/zildjian cymbals
    Dw/Tama/Pearl hardware

  9. #9959

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deedubs! View Post
    Interesting how you have your toms set jemini. Bet it makes for fast Tom fills! Thanks for sharing!
    Thanks for looking! It's funny how much response I'm getting for the set up. It's very comfortable for me since I like my toms almost flat with a slight angle.
    I fiddled with my set up for quite some time and typically use a 1 up 1 down set up. If I were to go 2 up 1 down I would have the toms off the kick and off to the left a bit with the ride over the bass drum where the 12" Tom is right now. Problem was getting over to the 14" tom, I can do it quick enough but I wanted to put less strain and effort. So I tried the toms back on the kick, tried this config and I must say I'm really feel comfy now!
    Last edited by Jemini; 10-14-2011 at 08:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jemini View Post
    Thanks for looking! It's funny how much response I'm getting for the set up. It's very comfortable for me since I like my toms almost flat with a slight angle.
    I fiddled with my set up for quite some time and typically use a 1 up 1 down set up. If I were to go 2 up 1 down I would have the toms off the kick and off to the left a bit with the ride over the bass drum where the 12" Tom is right now. Problem was getting over to the 14" tom, I can do it quick enough but I wanted to put less strain and effort. So I tried the toms back on the kick, tried this config and I must say I really feel comfy now!
    I dig it!
    1997 DW collectors kit
    2010 ddrum dios m series kit
    1966 Ludwig acrolite
    Sabian/zildjian cymbals
    Dw/Tama/Pearl hardware

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    Set up my kit in my father inlaws basement last night, so he could practice on it and use it for a show he's filling in for next weekend. He likes a 5 piece, so I threw in my 10" dios tom to complete the set. Anyway thought my fellow drum nerds would enjoy the pic! Lol
    Last edited by Deedubs!; 10-14-2011 at 08:49 PM. Reason: Add text
    1997 DW collectors kit
    2010 ddrum dios m series kit
    1966 Ludwig acrolite
    Sabian/zildjian cymbals
    Dw/Tama/Pearl hardware

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deedubs! View Post
    Dude that finish is so sick it's got the flu! hahaha! Is it black velvet? can't really tell looks awesome!
    I'd love to own a collectors or Performance series one day, won't be any time soon though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jemini View Post
    Dude that finish is so sick it's got the flu! hahaha! Is it black velvet? can't really tell looks awesome!
    I'd love to own a collectors or Performance series one day, won't be any time soon though
    It's kinda black grayish pearl. I added caption after I posted the pic. Thanks for checkin it out!
    1997 DW collectors kit
    2010 ddrum dios m series kit
    1966 Ludwig acrolite
    Sabian/zildjian cymbals
    Dw/Tama/Pearl hardware

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonder1 View Post
    Hi!
    There's another compact all in one box drum that I like to use for simple/small stage/unplug gig.I modify my Tama Iron Cobra pedal with auto car clutch cable!!! The Top part of this box drum can "open",after gig I can just put everything inside the Box!! very handy!

    Wow, never seen anything like this. Very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumstix View Post
    That's a lot of kit right there. Specs?
    OK Yamaha Recording Custom 9000, all Piano Black, the left hand 'tower' is all PRE-YESS so they are a mix of RA's 26/18/8/6 and RC 13/16 ( RA's are the rarer original black bearing edge model ) Sizes from the bottom 26x14 18x16 16x16 13x9 8x6 6x6. The Right hand stack is all YESS RC/RF 24x16 18x16 16x14 15x13 14x12 13x10 12x9 10x8 and an 8x8 not shown. The Snares are 14x8 and 14x7 to match.

    All beautiful, all sound amazing and DO get better with age, had them for 10 years plus now.

    I usually gig/record with 24 16 14 10 but have moments when I use the 26, oddly enough this one seems to fill the room with sound, but is not the easiest to record, although I do insist on keeping both heads on for tone and warmth of sound, think massive, open, 'classic' rather than tight focused clicky !

    The drums sound best ( I recon ) with Pinstripes on the toms batters and ambassadors on the resonant side, although I have tried emporers and they work well also, however the drums DO seem suited to Remo heads in general, experiments with other brands have not been great.
    Last edited by ROCKDRUMMERZERO; 10-15-2011 at 12:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKDRUMMERZERO View Post
    OK Yamaha Recording Custom 9000, all Piano Black, the left hand 'tower' is all PRE-YESS so they are a mix of RA's 26/18/8/6 and RC 13/16 ( RA's are the rarer original black bearing edge model ) Sizes from the bottom 26x14 18x16 16x16 13x9 8x6 6x6. The Right hand stack is all YESS RC/RF 24x16 18x16 16x14 15x13 14x12 13x10 12x9 10x8 and an 8x8 not shown. The Snares are 14x8 and 14x7 to match.

    All beautiful, all sound amazing and DO get better with age, had them for 10 years plus now.

    I usually gig/record with 24 16 14 10 but have moments when I use the 26, oddly enough this one seems to fill the room with sound, but is not the easiest to record, although I do insist on keeping both heads on for tone and warmth of sound, think massive, open, 'classic' rather than tight focused clicky !

    The drums sound best ( I recon ) with Pinstripes on the toms batters and ambassadors on the resonant side, although I have tried emporers and they work well also, however the drums DO seem suited to Remo heads in general, experiments with other brands have not been great.

    Wow, that's a lot of toms. You sure know your kit well. You should try and set it all up at the same time, just for kicks :P take a picture too, it would probably go all the way around you :P
    5 Piece Pearl kit 12" 13" 16" toms, 14" snare.
    16" Sabian XS20 Rock Crash
    20" Sabian XS20 Medium Ride
    14" Sabian AAX-Celerator Hi-Hats
    18" Sabian AAX-Plosion Crash
    19" Sabian AAX-Treme Chinese - pending
    Pearl Power Stroke Eliminator X Double kick pedal
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    Picture of my new Odery Eyedentity Birch kit in Tiger Burst.
    The 10" tom is missing from photo.
    Sizes 22"x18",16"x15",14"x13",12"x9",10"x8" 14"x6" snare.
    "PLAY IT LOUD AND PLAY IT PROUD":

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumnpk View Post
    Picture of my new Odery Eyedentity Birch kit in Tiger Burst.
    The 10" tom is missing from photo.
    Sizes 22"x18",16"x15",14"x13",12"x9",10"x8" 14"x6" snare.
    You have a beautiful kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthpktplayer View Post
    You have a beautiful kit.
    +1 That burst pattern with the amazing wood grain is really exceptional!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastor_bob View Post
    +1 That burst pattern with the amazing wood grain is really exceptional!
    +2. Is it a wrap or a laquer job? Looks like there's a seem on the high tom.
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    Doesn't look like there are any claws on the bass drum hoop. Interesting.

    And really beautiful kit, I love it!

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  23. #9973

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumstix View Post
    +2. Is it a wrap or a laquer job? Looks like there's a seem on the high tom.
    My guess is that the seam is the seam of the outer ply for that amazing wood grain look.
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  24. #9974

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKDRUMMERZERO View Post
    Here are my RC's

    Yeah dude, set 'em all up and take heaps of pics. I would love to see that monster from the driver's seat. Gor for it mate!!
    Tama Rockstar & Paiste User and Abuser......

  25. #9975

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthpktplayer View Post
    You have a beautiful kit.
    Thanks inthpktplayer needs a bit of work them stock heads are just no good at all.
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