My Pulse kit

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Rhetorics
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Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 12:27 am

Toms:
12x10
13x11
16x16

Bass:
22x18

Cymbals:
14" Hi-hat
16" Crash
18" Crash/Ride
12" Sabian AA Splash

Hardware:
PDP DP402 Double Bass Pedal
All pulse Stands
Pearl CH70 Arm from 18" Ride to Sabian Splash.

I ordered some Ambassadors for my resonant heads, and some Remo Pinstripes for the beaters... I'll take a pic when that gets here and it will be all black and fresh... haha

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My Kit:
5 Piece Pulse, with Remo Ebony heads. 14" Hi-hat, 16" Crash, 18" Crash/Ride by Pulse, and a 12" AA Sabian Splash. PDP Double Bass Pedal... Cymbals will be replaced soon...
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loop
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Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 4:25 am

That's a pretty neat kit :) Are you comfotable with your toms positioned as they are in the pics? Ohh, and nice splash :)
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Rhetorics
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Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 3:48 pm

Well I've played around with them, and tried to get them closer. Unfortunately I'd have to raise them even more - which makes it hard for me to go from the snare to the toms quickly... but I've gotten used to this so it's not so bad...

Haha yeah that splash is my favorite cymbal...
My Kit:
5 Piece Pulse, with Remo Ebony heads. 14" Hi-hat, 16" Crash, 18" Crash/Ride by Pulse, and a 12" AA Sabian Splash. PDP Double Bass Pedal... Cymbals will be replaced soon...
BongLord
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Post Wed Jan 24, 2007 5:34 pm

One idea you can try if you want is to pull your tom mounts up really high and almost angle the arms more tomords you and downward can get them really close. If you have to pull up your snare amd floor tom up try that. I changed my set like this and didn't really like it at first, but after awhile i really started to like it. Just an idea i thought you might want to try. Okay, later on man.
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Post Wed Jan 24, 2007 6:05 pm

How are the pulse kits? Is the hardware good and the stands?
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Rockaflodge
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Post Wed Jan 24, 2007 8:59 pm

I used to have the same problem, But you can get a tom stand or a rack and mont them babys right next to each other
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Post Thu Jan 25, 2007 10:31 pm

Nice set, although I dont know how you can play with your toms that far apart (but its your own preference of how you have your kit setup).
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Post Thu Mar 22, 2007 12:12 pm

That was my first kit. I got my through my first 4 years of playing. The hardware does suck, the pedal falls apart along with the hi-hats but for a starters kit its good
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