[rummer_matt01] - Tama

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drummer_matt01
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Post Wed Sep 06, 2006 6:45 pm

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yeh not a very new kit but i like it

practice kit is

22 by 14" Bass drum

10"
12"
13" Toms (not sure how deep)
14"
16"

14 by 5" Pearl Snare

Tama and Gibrolatar hardware
very old Pearl double kicks

14" ZXT rock hi-hats
16" ZXT rock crash
18" ZXT rock crash
18" ZXT total china
20" Adevies Ride (old)


my gig set up

same drums

14" ZXT rock hi-hats
16" ZXT rock crash
16" A custom crash
17" Stagg crash
18" ZXT rock crash
16" Stagg china
18" ZXT total china
20" Adevies Ride (old)

and yeah...

what are your thoughts??
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Rob the Drummer
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Post Wed Sep 06, 2006 7:58 pm

Nice setup! Toms look comfortable.

Question: Do you always hold the stick that far back when you play. Looks like the but end of the stick is in the middle of your palm and the pinky was hangin out there. The reason I ask is that I used to hold it way back like that and it was harder on my hands and the stick didn't have good balance back there.

One more thing...the gal has horrible stick technique! :lol:
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Post Wed Sep 06, 2006 11:38 pm

lol nah not really, it was kinda a lazy day at prac lol, and yeah i know she cant
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Post Thu Sep 07, 2006 12:33 am

Great set! I'm a Tama guy I love kits like yours! Swingstar from the '80s. That's really cool! Looks like it's in a very good condition(?)
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Post Thu Sep 07, 2006 7:23 am

Great kit, and looks like you're having fun playing! Love the old Zildjian ride, looks like an old "A" from the 70's or 80s! Hang on to that ride, it'll sound better and better with age!
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Post Thu Sep 07, 2006 4:22 pm

screamkevin wrote: Love the old Zildjian ride, looks like an old "A" from the 70's or 80s! Hang on to that ride, it'll sound better and better with age!


i picked that ride cymbal up for $80 on ebay *drool*