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No. 1 Posted on Jun 29, 2013 7:13 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
What drumset do you play
*Drums
*Remo Heads
*Sticks you use
*Cymbals
*Band or independent
*(etc).



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No. 2 Posted on Jun 29, 2013 8:36 AM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
I was going to answer but faltered on that (etc) part ....


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No. 3 Posted on Jun 30, 2013 6:16 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
*Drums
Pearl Soundcheck with the 10" tom removed and a Percussion Plus floor tom added on.
*Remo Heads
Ambassadors on the Soundchecks, Pinstripes on the PP, and an HD Dry Evans head on the snare. (I forgot which one but in the pic I have a Remo head)

*Sticks you use
Zildjian generic sticks/ Vic Firth 5A Nylons

*Cymbals
Sabian B8: 14" Hats, 16" ozone, 16" Crash, 20" Ride.
Zildjian: 16" Mid all use crash
Wuhan: 12" Splash

*Band or independent
Punk band "Against All Odds from Barberton, Ohio. You can find us at facebook.com/AgainstOhio

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No. 4 Posted on Jul 1, 2013 1:00 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Gretsch Maple 5 piece. Mid 70's-Pre 70 round badge snare
Remo and Evans
Vater Fusion - nylon tip
All Zildjian...some new....some not even close to new
Currently a classic/contemporary rock band - blues
Yes



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No. 5 Posted on Jul 1, 2013 6:40 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
I'm certain the good people who post here have tired from seeing this pic, but this is what I play :

- Mapex Saturn
- Paiste 2oo2/Re-Issue GiantBeat
- Heads: Another Mfr. Usually, Remo Coated Ambassador or Coated Emperor




Mapex Saturn * Paiste
Terry Bozzio Single-Ply Coated
paul

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No. 6 Posted on Jul 2, 2013 5:40 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
for gigs:
Turquoise sparkle Gretsch toms and bass in assorted sizes depending on the gig
DW Craviotto snare, satin maple 6.5x14 with gold hardware
Mostly K Zildjian cymbals, with a Paiste and a few A's
Heads are Evans or Aquarian
Sticks are Vic Firth SD10 Swingers
Church praise band, jazz big band, jazz quartet or quintet, no rock band at the moment, except for church.

At home:
Gretsch Catalina Maple 6 piece with mostly A's

At big band rehearsal:
Gretsch 13/15/22 pink sparkle with a closs maple 6.5x14 Slingerland Radio King snare and the K's and A's from the gigging set.



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No. 7 Posted on Jul 7, 2013 5:39 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Drums
Ludwig Classic Maple, Cherry Finish 8 piece: normally only play a 3 to 5 piece set at gigs.

Hardware
Ludwig; Tama; Gibraltar

Heads
REMO; Fiberskyn F3 both sides on toms and bass(PS3): Snare drum; Coated Ambassador with Ambassador Hazy Snare Side

Sticks
Pro-Mark Oak mostly

Cymbals
A Zildjian; 18” Med Ride with 6 rivets; 18” Mini Cup Ping Ride; New Beat Hi-Hat (13”?)

ETC
ROTOM Moongel
Grove Wedge
Tama Watch
Tune Bot Drum Tuner
iPhone iDrumTech tuner
Mackie SRM150 pwr pa/monitor
Ahead Armor hardware case; 28”, 36” & 48”plus 16” Bass drum case
Pro-Mark stick bag
Zildjian cym case
Pearl Air Feet for floor toms
LP Block Blue
Cowbell 8” Stupid

I think that’s it; updates to come in the future

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No. 8 Posted on Jul 9, 2013 6:40 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Sherm.....you left out a couple of wingnuts and what underwear you use.....Big Smile


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No. 9 Posted on Jul 9, 2013 9:58 AM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
I can't even remember half the names of the items I use. But here's my best shot:
Drums
DW Collectors
Roland TD-9
Heads
Clear Ambassadors on toms, Controlled Sound X on snare
Evans Coated G2s on toms and Evans Genera Dry HD on Snare on 2nd kit
Sticks
Vic Firth Dave Weckl Evolutions
Cymbals
Too many to remember.
Zildjian, Paiste, Sabian; at least one of each brand
Band
My school's Jazz Ensemble
etc.
DW 9000, Speed Cobra, Iron Cobra pedals
Gibralter and DW Stands
DW and Roc n Soc thrones
SP and Evans practice pads
Cowbells, Sonor Gavin Harrison Snare, Tama Snare, Jam Blocks
There's other stuff that I can't even remember as well.



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Andy





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No. 10 Posted on Aug 6, 2013 7:02 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Here's what I'm gigging with this weekend at a private party rock band gig.

Yamaha Birch Custom Absolute Bass drum 16x20
Pearl MCX tom 9x10
Pearl MCX floor tom 14x14
Pearl sensitone steel 5.5x14 (10-lug pre-elite model snare)
Sabian AA Regular Hi Hats 14"
Paiste 16" sound formula power crash
Zildjian 20" Jazz Ride (used as a crash)
Sabian HH 20" Medium Heavy ride

Sticks: PRO Mark or Vic Firth size 2B, Nylon tip




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No. 11 Posted on Aug 8, 2013 6:19 AM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Ok, here goes ...

5-piece Taye "Go-Kit" in black micro sparkle
Sometimes using 12" x7" Momantis stave snare to replace the 13"x5" Taye one
Cadeson hardware - stands, pedals
Bosphorus Master 15" hats
Bosphorus Ferit 16" crash
Bosphorus Turk 19" flat ride
Bosphorus Turk 20" ride
Zildjian K Constantinople 20" ride
Vic Firth 733 model sticks
Vater throw-out brushes
Premier mallets



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No. 12 Posted on Aug 8, 2013 9:09 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Drums:
--Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz in Copper Sparkle wrap. (18"x14", 12"x8", 14"x14", with a 14"x5" snare that I keep as a backup.)
--Ludwig Acrolite snare drum with P-86 throwoff. (14"x5")

Heads (all Remo except for stock Evans/Gretsch bass reso):
--Bass drum: Clear Pinstripe batter.
--Snare: Coated Ambassador over Hazy Ambassador (with Puresound Custom snares.)
--Toms: Vintage A over Coated Ambassador.

Sticks:
--More recently, Vater Manhattan 7A, wood tip.
--Also Pro-Mark Hot Rods, Regal Tip wood-handled wire brushes, sometimes Vic Firth Steve Gadd wire brushes, and Zildjian Dennis Chambers for the mallet end.

Cymbals:
--14" Zildjian K hi-hats (recently acquired.)
--16" Zildjian K Custom Medium-Thin Dark crash (acquired early summer.)
--18" Dream Vintage Bliss crash/ride.
--20" K Custom Dry Ride
--Occasionally I used an old 18" Zildjian as a brighter crash/ride, often with a chain for sizzle.
--8" and 10" Wuhan splashes.
--I also have an old pair of 14" Zildjian ZBT hi-hats. Before I got my K hi-hats, I used one of the ZBTs as a bottom under a friend's old Paiste Ludwig Standard hi-hat bottom. That combo had a nice quiet foot chick.

Hardware:
--Tama straight stand.
--Pulse boom stand with a Tama boom arm for ride (a Tama clamp flies the Pulse boom arm off the ride stand to hold my crash/ride.)
--PDP hi-hat stand (that I got for $5.)
--Dixon throne.
--Pearl 900 snare stand.
--I recently added a lightweight Yamaha straight stand for mounted tambourine.
--Pearl Powershifter Eliminator pedal.

Etc.:
Depending on the gig, I also use an assortment of tambourines (purple World Percussion for bright sound, rusted Rhythm Tech DST for dry, and another wooden one), Rhythm Tech Hat Trick G2, LP Aspire Cha-Cha cowbell, LP red Jam Block, Toca egg shakers, Moon Gel, and a rolled up pillowcase between the pedal and head for bass muffling. I also have a 14" Toca djembe.

I play for a regular Friday-night worship gig at a local church, and we recently played for a youth conference in Kansas. I also have a small jazz group called 30th Street.

I've gone into far too much detail. Here's a not-so-recent photo. Note the 16" hi-hats - an old Zildjian with a sharp bell on top over a Paiste 101 brass I recently sold.

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Gretsch Catalina Club Jazz in Copper Sparkle

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No. 13 Posted on Sep 8, 2013 5:15 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
This weekend's gig set up:

18x22 Gretsch Renown bass drum
9x12 Tama B/B tom
16x16 Pearl MCX floor tom
5.5x14 Pearl Sensitone snare
16" Paiste sound formula crash
18" Sabian AA Rock Ride
21" Zildjian Avedis Rock Ride (old hollow logo)
14" Sabian AA hats
LP Cowbell




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No. 14 Posted on Sep 16, 2013 1:42 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
I have sold so much of my stuff. I almost always play US Gretsch kits. I have a couple from the 1960's to a Broadkaster kit probably 2002 or 03. Right after the Kaman partnership. I usually use Remo coated Emperor batters and coated or clear resonants. Aquarian Superkick II/Regulator combo on most everything. Typicall smaller drumsticks, I have a case of Johnny Rabb ball tip 7a's Im still working through. Also Peter Erskine original model with the little ball tip. I really like those.
I also have a Tempus fiberglass kit I play, and most always with the Tempus snare drums. Either a 5.5 x 14 carbon fiber or the 5x12" fiberglass. The Tempus drums are awesome. I don't use the kit so much mostly due to the somewhat odd sizes (18x20-8x8, 8x10, 14x14) but they sound great. The 5x12" is really a magic little drum. I have a 30 strand Puresound on it. Paul Mason calls it 'the tits' and I agree. The US Gretsch drums usually have "that" sound, to me and people I work for.
Cymbals, I don't have so many. 14" Paiste Dark Energy, 14" Dream Bliss 1st generation, and 15" 60's Zildjiam New Beats with rivets in the bottom cymbal. 17" K Custom Dark Crash, 19" Paiste Dark Energy crash, 18" 1st Gen Dream Bliss crash ride, 16" and 18" Zildjian thin crashes I have had forever. 18" K Custom session ride, 20" K Constantinople thin/hi ride, and (mostly) an old Sabian 22" dry ride. From when they were just "Sabian". magic comes from that as well.
In the past 60 days I have played with 4 different groups, different music. at least 2 different ones in the month coming up. Usually not a lot of money changing hands, but some. I prefer playing music I like, with people I enjoy being with. Rather than the other way around, music I don't like with people I don't particularly like. Which is often the way it is when there is more money involved.



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No. 15 Posted on Sep 16, 2013 6:28 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
moneyowen wrote:
I prefer playing music I like, with people I enjoy being with. Rather than the other way around, music I don't like with people I don't particularly like. Which is often the way it is when there is more money involved.


Nope. You are right on target. I feel the same exact way as does my band. We'd rather play free of charge at fun gigs and toil away at some bar for good money. This weekend we played free at a private party on a lake. it was a blast. We pretty much played for food.




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No. 16 Posted on Oct 11, 2013 3:30 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
DrumsTongueDP X7 Silver to Black Sparkle Fade
Heads:Remo: TOMSSadCoated Emperors) Recently Switced to Coated Ambassadors and clears on bottoms
Bass Drum HeadTongueowerstroke 3 Clear
Snare: Ambassador Hazy on bottom and Ambassador COated on tom Switced from a Black X
Drum Sticks: Vic Firth Extreme 5Bs/5As
Cymbals: Finally got my Paiste Dark Energies Im rocking 14 hi hats a 17 and 19 crash and a 22 Ride
Band Or Independant: Im an Independant drummer but I play for my church most of the time and teach other youths there..



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No. 17 Posted on Oct 30, 2013 3:41 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite


I know that photos are usually appreciated.

For the past couple of years I've been playing more bass and hand percussion. This summer I started gigging as a drummer again quite a bit.

I have several kits, but I'll use these for an example.

DW Collector's Series drums with a Ludwig Black Beauty snare.

I've tried a bunch of different heads on this kit. I recently switched to (Remo made) DW heads like the kit originally came with.

I love Vic Firth sticks. My usual choice is the AJ6 model. I'll play 5As if the music requires something slightly heavier, HD4s if I need a particularly light touch.

Cymbals change with my mood. This day I was using all Zildjian Ks.




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No. 18 Posted on Nov 14, 2013 6:20 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
What drumset do you play
*Drums
Gretsch Catalina Maple, Mapex Hardware

*Remo Heads
Black Suede Emps on top, Clear Amb on bottom. 16x16 floor has Clear Emp

*Sticks you use
Vic Firth SD4 combo for playing.

*Cymbals
Paiste

*Band or independent
currently independent



StillKickinIt

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No. 19 Posted on Nov 19, 2013 8:06 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Lets do pics!!

Summer before last at a biker leather gear shop.

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No. 20 Posted on Dec 18, 2013 9:18 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Excuse the Evans heads. I don't totally knock them down, I'm a Remo guy at hear. I was just giving the Evans 360 a try.

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No. 21 Posted on Jan 5, 2014 8:40 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Hi everyone,

I have seen some beautiful drum sets here but we all come from different places. I personally can't afford a kit right now, but I'm saving on it. Sure I have a practice pad, but i wanted to ask if any of you have experience with virtual drums?
Let's say downloading a free app that simulates drums. What do you think about those if one's access to a real kit is limited?

Thanks



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No. 22 Posted on Jan 12, 2014 2:57 PM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
My custom kit in action

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQvlbYh122U



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No. 23 Posted on Jan 12, 2014 5:47 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Seems like a robot.




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knightcrawler





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No. 24 Posted on Jan 19, 2014 2:47 PM Profile | PM | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Dave wrote:
Seems like a robot.


lol. It's hard to distinguish between what sounds like a robot anymore thanks to this

http://youtu.be/3RBSkq-_St8



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No. 25 Posted on Jan 29, 2014 6:38 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
brooksfarris wrote:
My custom kit in action

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQvlbYh122U


HEY Brooks!
Just saw your video so I just wanted to say that I think it's really great! How long you've been playing for?
If you don't mind me asking how much did your kit set you back roughly?

Thanks



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