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Postby CrdleoffilthXIII » Tue Feb 20, 2007 7:12 pm

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The blank cymbals are the following:

18" Sabian AA Metal-X Crash
16" Sabian AA Bright Crash
14" Sabian AA Metal-X Hihats

Then this is my dream kit I hope to afford one day.

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Postby CrdleoffilthXIII » Tue Feb 20, 2007 7:23 pm

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this is my current set up. the blank cymbals are the following:

18" Sabian AA Metal-X Crash
16" Sabian AA Bright Crash
14" Sabian AA Metal-X HiHats

And this would be my dream kit I hope to one afford

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Postby phoenix7289 » Tue Feb 20, 2007 7:45 pm

CrdleoffilthXIII wrote:Image

this is my current set up. the blank cymbals are the following:

18" Sabian AA Metal-X Crash
16" Sabian AA Bright Crash
14" Sabian AA Metal-X HiHats

And this would be my dream kit I hope to one afford

Image


That's a pretty nice setup if you ask me! :O
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.
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Postby CrdleoffilthXIII » Wed Feb 21, 2007 8:13 am

phoenix7289 wrote:
CrdleoffilthXIII wrote:Image

this is my current set up. the blank cymbals are the following:

18" Sabian AA Metal-X Crash
16" Sabian AA Bright Crash
14" Sabian AA Metal-X HiHats

And this would be my dream kit I hope to one afford

Image


That's a pretty nice setup if you ask me! :O


Thank you.
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Postby phoenix7289 » Wed Feb 21, 2007 6:54 pm

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I call it The Progressive Set of ALL Progressive Sets. 8)
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Postby schist » Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:18 am

phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

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How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?
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Postby phoenix7289 » Fri Feb 23, 2007 1:18 am

schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

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How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....
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Postby schist » Fri Feb 23, 2007 11:07 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

Image


How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....


:roll: No need for attitude, cuz.

If you're talking about the turn up/turn down buttons, well they don't do anything on my DFKitConstructor.
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Postby schist » Fri Feb 23, 2007 11:09 pm

schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

Image


How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....


Oh wait, haha. My bad, dude.
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Postby phoenix7289 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 2:40 am

schist wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

Image


How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....


Oh wait, haha. My bad, dude.


No problem man. Drummers aid each other! :)
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.
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Postby schist » Sat Feb 24, 2007 6:29 am

phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

Image


How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....


Oh wait, haha. My bad, dude.


No problem man. Drummers aid each other! :)


Another thing - how did you expand the floor area? And is there a function in KitConstructor that enables this?
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Postby phoenix7289 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 6:13 pm

schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
schist wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:Yah some of you destroyed me... my first try:

Image


How did you tilt/squash some of the cymbals? :O


Look to the bottom right. :)


What about the bottom right? :?


There are some things called buttons. And they are fairly obvious when you look there... if you still don't get it I can take a picture of the screen and circle it....


Oh wait, haha. My bad, dude.


No problem man. Drummers aid each other! :)


Another thing - how did you expand the floor area? And is there a function in KitConstructor that enables this?


I do not remember if I did that.. however you can always move the drumset around as a whole...
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Postby booker_t » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:53 am

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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:57 am

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This was drawn up pretty well nice job! Tell me though, what do all the kicker things do???
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Postby booker_t » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:30 am

phoenix7289 wrote:
booker_t wrote:Image


This was drawn up pretty well nice job! Tell me though, what do all the kicker things do???

Well I'll tell ya sucka'! The four nearest to the center pedals (2,3,4,5) are for the bass drums. 2 and 4 will be connected to hit the 22" bass; and then 3 and 5 connect to hit the 20". So they will be connected by a double bass drum type device. The outer pedals will remotely control the four hi-hats. As you can see there are two sets of hi-hats; 13" and 14". The right pedal will open and close the 14" inch hi-hats, and the left pedal will open and close the 13".
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