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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 2:43 am

This is my old kit, the one I normally use for gigs
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This is my new one in production @ the DW factory
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This is me playing it
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This is my latest addition to my snare collection
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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 2:54 am

Wow, your kits are insane! Both kits have wonderful finishes but I like the second kit better. Post some specs :)
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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 3:09 am

Kit1
DW Collectors Azure to Black Burst w/ Black HW
7x8
8x10
9x12
11x14
13x16
18x22 w Internal MAY D112 Mic

Kit 2
DW Collectors Exotic Natural to Royal Blue Fade over Curly Maple
7x8
7.5x10
8x12
14x16fl
16x18fl
20x24 w internal MAY Beta 52 Mic
8x24 Woofer w internal MAY AT25 Mic

Snares
7x13 DW Edge Azure Satin
8x13 DW Collectors Private Reserve Natural to Royal Blue
5x13 DW Collectors Natural Mapa Burl
6x10 DW Collectors Black Mirra Sparkle
7x13 Spaun 24ply Maple
7x13 Spaun 16 ply Maple w/ wooden hoops
7x13 Mapex Deep Forest Cherry (Custom Made)
6.5x14 Pearl Masters
6.5x14 Sonor Designer

Pedals
DW 9000 Titanium Double
DW 9000 Titanium Hi Hat (Custom Made)

Cymbals
Sabian
HHX 13" Groove Hats
AAX 14" Fusion Hats
AAX 12" Splash
AAX 16" Dark Crash
AAX 18" Xplosion Crash
AAX 19" Metal Crash
AAX 20" Metal Crash
HH 20" Medium Thin Crash (x2)
HH 21" Raw Bell Dry Ride
AAX 17" Xtreme China

UFIP
13" Bionic Hats
14" Brilliant Hats
8" Natural Splash
9" Class Splash
20" Bionic Crash (x2)
22" Bionic Heavy Ride
18" Bionic China

I think That's about everything!!!! Obviously I don't use it all at once. I normally take 1 Rack, 1 floor, Kick, snare, Hats, Ride, 2x Crash and a china but it's nice to have a choice. Lol
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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 3:40 am

Beautiful kits man! DW are the way to go if you have the cash!
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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:52 am

Cheers guys. I like em. I should be getting a little Gretsch Catalina club kit soon to have as a throw around kit. I can't be arsed with carrying the big ones up and down stairs!
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Post Fri Sep 08, 2006 12:43 pm

very nice finishes, although dw shells arent my first choice.

i see that you went with the raw bell dry ride and the 18" aaxplosion...i have both of those and theyre my 2 favorite cymbals on my kit. very nice gear
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Post Sat Oct 28, 2006 5:20 am

Holly shit man!!You got endorsed by DW or just loaded with money?
I dream a DW every day man, gimme link to hear 'em!!!
Fucking awesome!!!
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Post Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:35 am

very nice kits!
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Post Wed Nov 01, 2006 9:15 am

I really like those finishes, good setup's too, I've been looking into a larger studio kit like that lately, I play a 4-piece DW for gigs because it's easy to travel with, but one of those would sound great on the next album.