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  • My Mapex with new Eliminator pedals

    Here she is guys, the kit.
    A Mapex Q Series kit

    Specs:

    22 bass
    12 and 13 toms
    16 floor
    14 snare

    14 inch paiste 101 hihat
    16 paiste 101 crash
    20 inch paiste 101 ride

    Peal Eliminator Single Pedal Belt Drive (blue cam)
    Pearl Eliminator Hihat (blue cam)

    2th post will contain the pic of the whole set, pretty crappy pics couse the space is tight
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    We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

    My Tama Starclassic kit:)

    My old Mapex kit:)

    It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

    “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

  • #2
    pics of the set

    last pic being when i just got it a year ago when I started drumming drum-noob then, couldn't play, couldn't set a kit up properly either LOL
    Attached Files
    We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

    My Tama Starclassic kit:)

    My old Mapex kit:)

    It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

    “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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    • #3
      Cool kit, is there on your list replacing the heads ?
      It will do wonders to your kit.
      (and by the way, there is not such thing as a 2th, it's 2nd)

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      • #4
        yes, i'm sory i'm not too good at those things:P but yeah, the skins are Mapex Remo stuff. Maybe some Pinstripes or Emperors?

        Skins, better cymbal and some good hardware are on my list
        since the drums already sound pretty decent 2nd crash (good this time) for a 14 inch crash that's in the bag under the floortom and good drum throne

        But thanx she's really nice to play, the only thing is... the rings sing, so maybe pinstripes to reduce that?
        Last edited by Roger//; 06-26-2007, 02:33 PM.
        We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

        My Tama Starclassic kit:)

        My old Mapex kit:)

        It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

        “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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        • #5
          no offence mate but theres not a lot of difference from your kit now to a year ago....look at the kits on here and take tips off how they set-up their kits..thats what alot of people do!....kool kit though..nice hats stand and pedal!
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          • #6
            none takenbut... did you noticed the toms? the cymbals? I think that's on big differencethe angles are totally better now
            We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

            My Tama Starclassic kit:)

            My old Mapex kit:)

            It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

            “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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            • #7
              Not bad!

              I noticed a stray pedal behind your hi-hat stand, and at first I thought "What? You don't use your bass pedal??? You must be 10!!"

              But I see now. It's all good.

              Nice set. ^.^
              absent and not always accounted for.

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              • #8
                I think it looks much better than it did! Nice pedals, too!


                So turn your ears, you musicians, to silence
                Because they only come out when it's quiet,
                Their tails brushing over your eyelids...
                Oh, wake up, sleepers, and rise from the dead!

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                • #9
                  Cool stuff, good choice to upgrade pedals first, its technically one of the only parts of kit that actually inhibits your playing, along with your sticks and stool. Because no matter how bad your drums sound, a percussion plus is no more difficult to hit than an DW technically speaking.
                  DOD.
                  My Rig - 04/10/07 - Mapex M 7 Piece - Double bass - Paiste - Meinl - Cobras

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                  • #10
                    yeah, that's exactly what I was thinking, good pedals, replacing the mapex hihat and the dw 4002 double pedal (good pedal but i wanted something to last for years to come with a pedal case to take it to gigs ect, so it doesn't get beat up by transport but by playing:P) and yes, a throne is next on the list and then skins and cymbals
                    Vic Firth 5A for sticks good ones, got those from the guy who sold me the set. He's a Vic player too. I love em
                    We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

                    My Tama Starclassic kit:)

                    My old Mapex kit:)

                    It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

                    “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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                    • #11
                      btw... DrummerBoy27 I also forgot too mention that the Dw 4002 double pedal will be in use again with a bass practice pad a soon as I get one go working at double pedal playing and gaining strenght in the left foot
                      We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

                      My Tama Starclassic kit:)

                      My old Mapex kit:)

                      It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

                      “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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                      • #12
                        bump:P needs to be seen more:P
                        We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

                        My Tama Starclassic kit:)

                        My old Mapex kit:)

                        It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

                        “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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                        • #13
                          00** bump?
                          We're really lucky to be a part of this wonderfull thing called music :p

                          My Tama Starclassic kit:)

                          My old Mapex kit:)

                          It's not about what you have. It's how you use it;)

                          “To play the unplayed… ” (Thomas Lang)

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