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    Picked up a mid 60's Stewart stencil kit this week. Spent my Friday night cleaning it all up and putting new heads on it. Sounds great, and doesn't look bad either. Click image for larger version

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    Pacific MXR 24-8-10-12-14-16 in Ebony Oil

    Paiste Cymbals- 15, 20, 24" Giant Beats, 20" Signature Traditional Prototype Crash, 20" 2000 Mellow China

    Check out my band: Last Year's Winners

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    Rail mount - check
    Lovely sparkle finish - check
    Fantastic classic sizes - check
    Flat based stands - check
    Great looking reso - check

    Looks amazing - cheers!
    I play Panda Percussion and Istanbul Mehmet Cymbals with negligible talent.

    At any time let x be the number of kits I own, then x+1 is the number of kits I want.

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    • #4
      looks great. really dig those center lugs. too bad the floor tom doesn't have them too :/
      Under the sign of D-beat

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      • #5
        That looks awesome. Nice.

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        • #6
          Originally posted by andrew brooks View Post
          Fantastic classic sizes - check
          I forgot, it's 20x14, 16x15, 12x8

          Thanks for the compliments!
          Pacific MXR 24-8-10-12-14-16 in Ebony Oil

          Paiste Cymbals- 15, 20, 24" Giant Beats, 20" Signature Traditional Prototype Crash, 20" 2000 Mellow China

          Check out my band: Last Year's Winners

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          • #7
            Very classy, especially with the flat based HW. Great work.

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            • #8
              That was quite standard for the period, lots of 60s kit have centre lugs apart from floors.
              I play Panda Percussion and Istanbul Mehmet Cymbals with negligible talent.

              At any time let x be the number of kits I own, then x+1 is the number of kits I want.

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