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Thread: Drum Corner

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    I have a Sunlite kit just because it was the best used kit I could find on Oahu when I got fed up with my Roland electronic kit, which I have now integrated into my acoustic kit, which is very cool, but not easy to move. Not gigging these days so it's ok. Bought a Paiste signature power crash which was the baddest cimbal in the store I got it from-Zone Music & Recording in Petaluma. or is it Santa Rosa? Anyway-love this cimbal. Got it for the Dream Jam competition to boost my chance of winning. It's too good for my funky kit really, but my ol' Zildjians still sound ok, esp. the li'l 12" Splash. Got a loud Wuhan cimbal & a comparatively quiet one. Like to use a variety of percussion-lg. LP Rock cowbell, lg. woodblock, tambourines mounted on both sides, wind chimes, & a small gong that sounds BIG. Also use Pearl dbl. bass pedals.

    Used to have a dbl. bass TAMA Granstar kit with 24" basses. What size bass drum is yer Vista Lite, Marty? That Zep Kit is sweet with it's 26".

    DW is probably the best way to go now. My friend Aaron has a beautiful charcoal grey DW kit that sounds TERRIFIC. I want one!

    Leonard probably has the best pedals, but I'll prob'ly get the IRON COBRAS when these cheapos I'm usin' fall apart.
    Leonard used to play a BIG {{{{GONG}}}} ....wish he'd resurrect it.
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    I've played Ludwig from day one! I have a Silver sparkle Classic kit (with the real thick shells) with 24" kick, 9x13 to, 16 and 18 floor toms nd A KILLER 8x14 Coloseum snare.Pinstripes on tops and a black dot on the snare.Zildjian rock series crashes/hats with Sabian AAX Metal ride and splash.Zildjain Oriental and an old Impulse 18" chinas.I trigger an Alesis DM-5 into a Beringher mixer.
    I also have a 88 Rocker double bass kit.it's large and very "80's Metal".I had a '73 Citrus Mod Ludwig kit which I sold to Bun E.Carlos.I love drumming and will play 'till I die!! Theres pics at: http://home.alltel.net/guesman/chips.html

    [ 02-14-2004: Message edited by: chippertheripper ]

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    Lets talk drums here.What brand of drums do you guys play and or recomend?
    I own three different drum kits:
    A 1960 Ludwig white marine pearl 4-piece.
    A 76 Ludwig Clear Vistalite 5-piece w/o snare.
    96 Yamaha 4 piece that used to be a five (long story).

    I am using primarily Sabian cymbals right now.Thinking of going back to Zildjian for a set of heavy crashes 17 &18 inch.Mucho dinero but well worth the sound.Something beefy I can really sock like Leonard.What cymbal set-up do you guys use?


    I have used a Yamaha bass drum pedal since the 80's, which come to find out is the same pedal Leonard used for many years before he went to Axxis percussion.I own two of them and I have never had any REAL problem with them as long as I maintained them well.I've always liked a pedal thats got some meat to it.

    I go through about One high-hat stand a year or so.I really abuse them I guess.Currently using an Iron Cobra (TAMA) simply because it was the beefiest thing my local music store had in stock.(Wise Music,Salinas)I went through MANY a Ludwig high-hat back in the day.The Cobra is cool because it has a real high adjustment on it that can bring the cymbals up very high.

    I could go on.I just wanted to initiate a drum discussion here.I would love to hear any one elses set-ups,uses,input etc.....


    I have moved my cyber-rig out here to my "studio",which has enabled me to be online a little more.So I can hopefully contribute more to this forum...Marty




    [ 02-14-2004: Message edited by: MartyTheHammer ]
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    I have been playing Tama SuperStars for 20 years now. Its a 9 piece double bass, cherry wine finish, 8 ply birch shells. Iron cobra pedals. I only use a single bass with a double pedal now. I use only Paiste cymbals. I also own a 1960's 6 piece double bass Ludwig kit (blue sparkle). and a 5 piece 70's Pearl kit. All in road cases.
    Tama bass drums are 24". Toms 12-18
    Snare 14x10 wood . Afew years ago I also purchased a 22" bass drum off ebay since they quit making superstars in 85. now I have three bass drums for that kit, which is cool if you got double jobs booked.
    Denny Kress

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    Trash Can lids.


    [ 02-14-2004: Message edited by: Teh Rockin' Donkey ]
    I love my guitar.

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    Denny,
    Do you go to Drum World? Great shop!

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    Terr,my Visto kick is a standard 22 inch.Right now I am using an Aquarian Pre muffled head on it.
    I would love to own a new Bonham re-issue with a 26" kick.But not a Vistalite.Somethig wood you know.
    Chipper,sounds like you got it going there.Couldn't help but noticing your set-up.What type of head do you use on your 24" kick?Just curious.
    Damn Terr sounds like you own some gear there.Very impressive.
    Denny,sounds like a beautiful kit.I would love to see a picture.Maybe we could all strive towards posting photos of our respective set-ups.?
    Hey cool.This what I was hoping to get going here you know.Love the input.Big thanks to Mr. Meniketti for allowing us the space for the creative exchange here on his website.
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    chipper's bad with his 8" snare(I had one o' those) but Denny's badder with his BIG 10". Isn't that a song? What kinda snare IS that, sir? Stuart Copeland always used deep snares. He did some radical drumming.

    Yeah, my kit now is small compared to some. My TAMA kit was 16 drums, including a Ludwig copper KETTLEDRUM & Timbales, 8" mahogany Gretsch snare & 5" Ludwig Black Beauty (What a >CRACK<!!!)& a dozen first class cimbals including open hi-hats on the left & closed hi-hats on the right & a 4 ft. {{{GONG}}}

    Check out the other drummer named Terry @Monster Kit

    The monster kit is in GALLERY 2, pic 6

    I also have congas, bongos, tablas, sitar, Gibson Sonex guitar, a funky synth with preset & programable drum loops & a new bass which is getting most of my attention lately.

    Jimmy DeGrasso just got one o' the Zep Kits. Hope we get to hear him play it this year. Bonzo sure plays the heck outa his on the How The West Was Won dvd. Be far out to have 2 o' those Zep Kits put together, eh? & gradated {{{GONGS}}}
    I know what ya mean about WOOD, tho', Marty.

    Yes. Many thanks to Dave for hosting us here. Cool to have a place to hangout that doesn't smell like 10,000 spilled beers.

    [ 02-15-2004: Message edited by: Terr ]
    "Negativity isn't good for the soul." ~Phil Kennemore

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    Yeah I have an 84 Ludwig Coloseum Snare also.I kept it from a kit I bought and sold later.Deep sucker 8".12 lugs.Crom-o-wood finish.Dont always use it,but when I really want a big sound etc.,I go to it for sure.I know a lot of guys were using marching snares there at one point in time.
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    Hey! Size isn't everything!LOL..I guess when you're comparing 8" vs 10" , you're good either way!!
    I use the stock silver dot on the 24".I have a Remo muffler under it.I rely on the triggers for most of my sound..we play small places and I gotta keep some volume control...I'm gonna update my page with newer pics...that ones old as hell..
    This week at pratice,I'll set up like Leonard and post a pic! I'll break out the boom stands and the china!! Oh yea..and a bottle of Michelob!!

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