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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:37 pm

Chabha wrote:This the error I get and it wont load. The drum software. I noticed it's missing a lot of cymbals. None of mine are in it. I looked at the pictures and no new Zildjian. There is a Zildjian 24' ride 349.00 US dollars Guitar Center chcke out http://www.guitarcenter.com my Custom A Avedis was 249.00 for a 22' ping ride.

C:\Program Files\All060210>java -cp KitConstructor.jar KitConstructor
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javi/lang/ref/SoftRef
erence
at sun.font.StandardGlyphVector.getDefaultStrike(Unknown Source)
at sun.font.StandardGlyphVector.getGlyphStrike(Unknown Source)
at sun.font.StandardGlyphVector.initPositions(Unknown Source)
at sun.font.StandardGlyphVector.getGlyphsPixelBounds(Unknown Source)
at sun.font.StandardGlyphVector.getGlyphPixelBounds(Unknown Source)
at sun.swing.SwingUtilities2$LSBCacheEntry.getLeftSideBearing(Unknown So
urce)
at sun.swing.SwingUtilities2.getLeftSideBearing(Unknown Source)
at sun.swing.SwingUtilities2.getLeftSideBearing(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.SwingUtilities.layoutCompoundLabelImpl(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.SwingUtilities.layoutCompoundLabel(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicLabelUI.layoutCL(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicLabelUI.getPreferredSize(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.JComponent.getPreferredSize(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicComboBoxRenderer.getPreferredSize(Unknown
Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicListUI.updateLayoutState(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicListUI.maybeUpdateLayoutState(Unknown Sou
rce)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicListUI$Handler.valueChanged(Unknown Sourc
e)
at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.fireValueChanged(Unknown Source
)
at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.fireValueChanged(Unknown Source
)
at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.fireValueChanged(Unknown Source
)
at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.changeSelection(Unknown Source)

at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.changeSelection(Unknown Source)

at javax.swing.DefaultListSelectionModel.setSelectionInterval(Unknown So
urce)
at javax.swing.JList.setSelectedIndex(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicComboPopup.setListSelection(Unknown Sourc
e)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicComboPopup.access$300(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicComboPopup$Handler.itemStateChanged(Unkno
wn Source)
at javax.swing.JComboBox.fireItemStateChanged(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.JComboBox.selectedItemChanged(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.JComboBox.contentsChanged(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.AbstractListModel.fireContentsChanged(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.DefaultComboBoxModel.setSelectedItem(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.DefaultComboBoxModel.addElement(Unknown Source)
at javax.swing.JComboBox.addItem(Unknown Source)
at KitConstructor.<init>(KitConstructor.java:2026)
at KitConstructor.main(KitConstructor.java:2057)

C:\Program Files\All060210>Pause
Press any key to continue . . .


Some cymbals are hidden, and yes, we know they don't have EVERY cymbal. So calm down, we all have to deal with it ok? It's a free program!
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:41 pm

I'm trying version 2 is it would download. I may just use 3D Studio MAX and use the images in the drum blue prints software to make it easier. Great concept for a free program though.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 5:00 pm

Chabha wrote:I'm trying version 2 is it would download. I may just use 3D Studio MAX and use the images in the drum blue prints software to make it easier. Great concept for a free program though.


fo sho'z nigga! :P jk jk It is an awesome program!
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:08 pm

Ok must be firefox stopping the DrumKit software from working so I put it on my new machine here's my set. I know I need more cymbals at least I think I do. This is all birch shells.

<a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x116/chabha/Drum%20Set/Mine.jpg" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a>
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:19 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:I'm trying version 2 is it would download. I may just use 3D Studio MAX and use the images in the drum blue prints software to make it easier. Great concept for a free program though.


fo sho'z nigga! :P jk jk It is an awesome program!



Got it to work.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:21 pm

Chabha wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:I'm trying version 2 is it would download. I may just use 3D Studio MAX and use the images in the drum blue prints software to make it easier. Great concept for a free program though.


fo sho'z nigga! :P jk jk It is an awesome program!



Got it to work.


Yah, now on facebook, use the image code!!! IMG. Instead of the URL code or HTML code.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:27 pm

id add 2 more rack toms to add some death metal to those drums baby! BLAST BEATS AWAY!!!!!!!
soon to b my kit <img src="http://www.musiciansfriend.com/document?cpd=0OEY&doc_id=99371&g=perc&base_pid=445229&index=0">
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:33 pm

Ok new to photobucket. Figure all these years as a web junkie I would have had it down. Freaking dame bramage. All birch shells H.B. Drum set would prefer a Ludwig or a DW. That will be next after I finish the cymbals, mic's and a 8 input tascam recorder. Could have had a great down payment on a new truck.



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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:43 pm

JP wrote:id add 2 more rack toms to add some death metal to those drums baby! BLAST BEATS AWAY!!!!!!!


Yeah would be nice to find a black 20 inch floor tom and 2 more toms on the first bass drum and a remote DW Hi hat off the first bass drum on the left to bring it closer to the snare. Put a 15 inch Hi Hat on it. Then take the old extra hi hat on the right and put the 2 leg dw over there with the ZBT on it.
I just wish I played better like I used to. Will take more practice to to get back to where I was. The double bass drum is fun never used one before. I had a nice Ludwig Rocker all 602's Paiste with a killer pearl roto tom snare only 3 in the world from KISS when the Fox played. 15 inch by 12 deep. Wood shell wrapped in chrome. The person who has it now has no clue what they have a 3 of a kind. I was a fool to sell it all off, but I didn't think I would ever play drums again. I thought my days were over. Not doing bad with all the titanium in my neck. I actually tried to see if they sold the titanium Zildjain cymbals to march my neck.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:49 pm

Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:19 pm

Chabha wrote:Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

Image

Image


The bass setup is very much like mine, two toms on the second, none on the first. I like the all blackness! Is the kit any good itself? Never heard of the company...
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:43 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

Image

Image


The bass setup is very much like mine, two toms on the second, none on the first. I like the all blackness! Is the kit any good itself? Never heard of the company...


The kit really sounds great. I was shocked when I first tuned it to a deep tone and was happy wit the Evans tuner. It needed the Evans tom dampeners. I actually need to replace the head with all Evans. HB drums is part of SurfCity Instruments which used to be Moody Music. The only problem with it were the bass head rings were out of round. Still If I would have paid 300.00 more I could have purchased a Ludwig or DW. This is their mid range set. The Duke is their newest and I really like the looks of it. The bass pedals that came with it were like old CB 500 pedals and would whack the heck out of your shine so I got the DW5000. The Hi hat stand was just ok like a CB 500 so I went and got a DW 2 leg. To replace that I'll get a remote HH and put his one on the right. I like it for double bass closed HH. Instead of the quick release. So with the new cymbal stand I went and got the heavy duty boom stands. The free cymbals were crap.
They call this the Stealth Black Midnite Series Drums
http://www.hbdrums.com/ you can actually listen to how they sound on their site
Look at the Duke Series Drums
They said they were all hand made in their factory so I was shocked to see the made in China sticker especially when I thought I was supporting a US made produce from my home town H.B F.V area.
Cost was 556.00 around there with the extra bass they gave me a myspace friends deal. The hardware on the bass drums are excellent. Oh yeah I also put a 30 spring snare rattle on the one that came with it had to much residual rattle with the deep tune of thunder.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 10:14 pm

Chabha wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

Image

Image


The bass setup is very much like mine, two toms on the second, none on the first. I like the all blackness! Is the kit any good itself? Never heard of the company...


The kit really sounds great. I was shocked when I first tuned it to a deep tone and was happy wit the Evans tuner. It needed the Evans tom dampeners. I actually need to replace the head with all Evans. HB drums is part of SurfCity Instruments which used to be Moody Music. The only problem with it were the bass head rings were out of round. Still If I would have paid 300.00 more I could have purchased a Ludwig or DW. This is their mid range set. The Duke is their newest and I really like the looks of it. The bass pedals that came with it were like old CB 500 pedals and would whack the heck out of your shine so I got the DW5000. The Hi hat stand was just ok like a CB 500 so I went and got a DW 2 leg. To replace that I'll get a remote HH and put his one on the right. I like it for double bass closed HH. Instead of the quick release. So with the new cymbal stand I went and got the heavy duty boom stands. The free cymbals were crap.
They call this the Stealth Black Midnite Series Drums
http://www.hbdrums.com/ you can actually listen to how they sound on their site
Look at the Duke Series Drums
They said they were all hand made in their factory so I was shocked to see the made in China sticker especially when I thought I was supporting a US made produce from my home town H.B F.V area.
Cost was 556.00 around there with the extra bass they gave me a myspace friends deal. The hardware on the bass drums are excellent. Oh yeah I also put a 30 spring snare rattle on the one that came with it had to much residual rattle with the deep tune of thunder.


Oh dear.... $556.... that's cheap for a set that big dude!
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.
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Post Thu Jul 19, 2007 10:28 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

Image

Image


The bass setup is very much like mine, two toms on the second, none on the first. I like the all blackness! Is the kit any good itself? Never heard of the company...


The kit really sounds great. I was shocked when I first tuned it to a deep tone and was happy wit the Evans tuner. It needed the Evans tom dampeners. I actually need to replace the head with all Evans. HB drums is part of SurfCity Instruments which used to be Moody Music. The only problem with it were the bass head rings were out of round. Still If I would have paid 300.00 more I could have purchased a Ludwig or DW. This is their mid range set. The Duke is their newest and I really like the looks of it. The bass pedals that came with it were like old CB 500 pedals and would whack the heck out of your shine so I got the DW5000. The Hi hat stand was just ok like a CB 500 so I went and got a DW 2 leg. To replace that I'll get a remote HH and put his one on the right. I like it for double bass closed HH. Instead of the quick release. So with the new cymbal stand I went and got the heavy duty boom stands. The free cymbals were crap.
They call this the Stealth Black Midnite Series Drums
http://www.hbdrums.com/ you can actually listen to how they sound on their site
Look at the Duke Series Drums
They said they were all hand made in their factory so I was shocked to see the made in China sticker especially when I thought I was supporting a US made produce from my home town H.B F.V area.
Cost was 556.00 around there with the extra bass they gave me a myspace friends deal. The hardware on the bass drums are excellent. Oh yeah I also put a 30 spring snare rattle on the one that came with it had to much residual rattle with the deep tune of thunder.


Oh dear.... $556.... that's cheap for a set that big dude!



I know considering the cymbals and stands cost 2.5 times more then the drums. Need a nice fat floor tom at least 20 inch
I was considering Masters of Maple drums but the cost for the same set would have been 2500.00
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Post Fri Jul 20, 2007 12:58 am

Chabha wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Chabha wrote:Here's what it looks like with out the new cymbals

Image

Image


The bass setup is very much like mine, two toms on the second, none on the first. I like the all blackness! Is the kit any good itself? Never heard of the company...


The kit really sounds great. I was shocked when I first tuned it to a deep tone and was happy wit the Evans tuner. It needed the Evans tom dampeners. I actually need to replace the head with all Evans. HB drums is part of SurfCity Instruments which used to be Moody Music. The only problem with it were the bass head rings were out of round. Still If I would have paid 300.00 more I could have purchased a Ludwig or DW. This is their mid range set. The Duke is their newest and I really like the looks of it. The bass pedals that came with it were like old CB 500 pedals and would whack the heck out of your shine so I got the DW5000. The Hi hat stand was just ok like a CB 500 so I went and got a DW 2 leg. To replace that I'll get a remote HH and put his one on the right. I like it for double bass closed HH. Instead of the quick release. So with the new cymbal stand I went and got the heavy duty boom stands. The free cymbals were crap.
They call this the Stealth Black Midnite Series Drums
http://www.hbdrums.com/ you can actually listen to how they sound on their site
Look at the Duke Series Drums
They said they were all hand made in their factory so I was shocked to see the made in China sticker especially when I thought I was supporting a US made produce from my home town H.B F.V area.
Cost was 556.00 around there with the extra bass they gave me a myspace friends deal. The hardware on the bass drums are excellent. Oh yeah I also put a 30 spring snare rattle on the one that came with it had to much residual rattle with the deep tune of thunder.


Oh dear.... $556.... that's cheap for a set that big dude!



I know considering the cymbals and stands cost 2.5 times more then the drums. Need a nice fat floor tom at least 20 inch
I was considering Masters of Maple drums but the cost for the same set would have been 2500.00


There ya go!!!
I proudly play with Tama (snare drums), PDP, Sabian, LP, Paiste, Vic Firth, Aquarian (bass and snare heads), and Remo (tom heads)brands! My biggest drummer influences are Mic Fleetwood, Nicko McBrain, and Mike Portnoy.