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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:32 am

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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".


Wow the hi-hat craziness would cost a bit... That's pretty wild...
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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:33 am

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I call it The Progressive Set of ALL Progressive Sets. 8)


Isn't anyone going to say anything about my beautiful set?!
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Postby booker_t » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:39 am

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I call it The Progressive Set of ALL Progressive Sets. 8)


Isn't anyone going to say anything about my beautiful set?!

That is the most complicated some-bitch! Truf nucka' for real, recognize -- Actually there are some even more wicked ones on here, but I still think mine is the most ideal.
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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:41 am

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I call it The Progressive Set of ALL Progressive Sets. 8)


Isn't anyone going to say anything about my beautiful set?!

That is the most complicated some-bitch! Truf nucka' for real, recognize -- Actually there are some even more wicked ones on here, but I still think mine is the most ideal.


You're probably right... I just love the wide range of sounds you get with this... the twin kickers are like 24x14s... the big one on the right is a 26 or 28x18... and the one on the left is a little 20x18. ^_^ The bottom left is the little progressive corner :P

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Postby booker_t » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:48 am

HAHAHAHA
ma'f$#@%

I noted the stix on the ground, nice touch, is that for the extended drumsolo, where you run out of sticks because you beat them to sawdust >_> *coughs*
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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 9:54 am

booker_t wrote:HAHAHAHA
ma'f$#@%

I noted the stix on the ground, nice touch, is that for the extended drumsolo, where you run out of sticks because you beat them to sawdust >_> *coughs*


They are incase I drop a stick :P
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Postby Scott_Hurford » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:36 am

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Tama Starclassic Performer (British Racing Green)
26x18 Bass Drum (Undrilled)
14x10 Rack Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
18x16 Floor Tom
14x6 Warlord Spartan Snare/14x6.5 Ludwig Black Beauty Snare
(REMO Coated Emperors on tom' batter, clear ambassador on resonant and snare side, Coated CS on snare batter, powerstroke 3 on batter of bass drum and coated emperor on front of bass drum)

Zildjian Cymbals
14" Avedis New Beat Hi-Hats
21" Avedis Sweet Ride
10" Avedis Splash
18" & 19" A Custom Medium Crash's
19" & 20" A Custom Projection Crash's
18" FX China 'Trash' Cymbal

Tama Roadpro Hardware & '1st'-Seat
Tama Iron Cobra Lever Glide Hi-Hat stand
Tama Iron Cobra Power Glide Double Bass Pedal

Vater 5B Wood Tip drumsticks
Vater Stick Bag (on 18x16 floor tom)
Vater Pair-Stick Holder (Hi Hat stand)

Latin Percussion Black Beauty cowbell & cyclops tamborine

My Dream Drum Kit :D
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Postby iminaband » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:59 am

Hey guys, I am having trouble with this program, I can install it, but it won't let me open the zip... Newho, I am very excited to use this program, and I can't take it any more, lol...

If you can help me through here, or send me it on msn or somethig, that would be swell. Also, it might be usefull, if someone actually puts this software on a makeshift website, so that there is a nother place to download this. If someone decides to host this program, please set it up UNZIPED, so that this zipping issue can go away.

Thank you for any help that you can give.. :D

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Postby iminaband » Mon Feb 26, 2007 1:39 pm

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<p> Well, they don't carrie most of what I play, so here is some stuff that they didn't have.

11" zildjan oriental splash.
dw 7000 peadals
I play on a Sonor Force 2001, Wax Cherry.
I also don't use evans heads any more, Remo Pinstripe now. and the Remo Emperor X Coated Batter for my snare, it's a realy nice head with nice attack, with the right tuning can be a very open warm crack.

Well, thats all for now,

PS. If you having trouble with the ZIP after download, go to site and instead of saving the download to a pc, open the file. It takes while an you might think that it's not downloading. Just go watch some Family Guy or practice, then it should be done. Good Luck!!!
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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:25 pm

Scott_Hurford wrote:Image

Tama Starclassic Performer (British Racing Green)
26x18 Bass Drum (Undrilled)
14x10 Rack Tom
16x16 Floor Tom
18x16 Floor Tom
14x6 Warlord Spartan Snare/14x6.5 Ludwig Black Beauty Snare
(REMO Coated Emperors on tom' batter, clear ambassador on resonant and snare side, Coated CS on snare batter, powerstroke 3 on batter of bass drum and coated emperor on front of bass drum)

Zildjian Cymbals
14" Avedis New Beat Hi-Hats
21" Avedis Sweet Ride
10" Avedis Splash
18" & 19" A Custom Medium Crash's
19" & 20" A Custom Projection Crash's
18" FX China 'Trash' Cymbal

Tama Roadpro Hardware & '1st'-Seat
Tama Iron Cobra Lever Glide Hi-Hat stand
Tama Iron Cobra Power Glide Double Bass Pedal

Vater 5B Wood Tip drumsticks
Vater Stick Bag (on 18x16 floor tom)
Vater Pair-Stick Holder (Hi Hat stand)

Latin Percussion Black Beauty cowbell & cyclops tamborine

My Dream Drum Kit :D


That's a pretty decent kit there! It wouldn't really be my choice for a kit to play on but I definitely still admire how "clean" it looks and it's just flat out nice. :)
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Postby drummerfreek55 » Sun Sep 02, 2007 6:46 am

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Postby phoenix7289 » Sun Sep 02, 2007 11:43 am

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Wow. Trying to beat Mike Portnoy's space ship drumset? lol XD
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Postby drummerfreek55 » Tue Sep 04, 2007 4:20 am

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Wow. Trying to beat Mike Portnoy's space ship drumset? lol XD
Wasn't quite the desired effect but, yeah, it's a big one!
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Postby Evral » Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:01 am

drummerfreek55 wrote:http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/cc102/drummerfreek55/DreamKit2.jpg


Damn, that's a pretty decent kit you've got there..! Having the time, space (sic) and money, I would probably end up with something like that myself.
(And according to my cymbals...; Erm, no! You're not outdone! :wink: )
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