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drumming adept
drumming adept
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Location: Vancouver, Wa.

Post Mon Sep 04, 2006 4:26 pm

I have a decent size collection of a set that I continually alter the arrangement of.
2, 18 by 22's
12,13,16,18 toms
6,8,10 roto toms
3 snares (rotate usuage)

This shot shows one of the larger size setups,


I personally prefer a double pedal, so instead of using two seperate pedals, or just dumbying the second kick, I prefer the more Bonham'esq style below,


I read an artical in Modern Drummer by Michael Cartellone (Damn Yankees,Skynyrd) on how he continually changes setup, and now I'm hooked on keeping things fresh setup wise. After playing 30 years, it certainly keeps me in touch with my drums.
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session drummer
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Post Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:56 am

Wow. That's a nice looking, massive kit! Great pics, too.

PS - I'm digging that symetrical china position :)
dim my eyes if they should compromise
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Post Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:16 pm

Very nice kit! the spacing of teh bass drums reminds me a bit of Machine Head; very wide stance. huge fan of the chrome finish on that as well!
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session drummer
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Post Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:20 pm

great lookin drums my friend.
DW drums and hardware
Sabian, Paiste and, of course, SALUDA cymbals
Aquarian drum heads