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    My kit hasn't been set up in probably 2 years,...

    My kit hasn't been set up in probably 2 years, and I'm still buying things for it �� I'm currently working my way through acquiring an entire new cymbal set (well, old but new to me)
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    The easiest way would be to use Gibraltar tom...

    The easiest way would be to use Gibraltar tom arms. They make them with both 10.5mm and 12.7mm, so you just need to know which size the DW kit uses. Then simply use those in place of the Pearl tom...
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    I hope they do. But unfortunately in most cases,...

    I hope they do. But unfortunately in most cases, they don't.
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    Cool, glad you liked it and it helped. That's...

    Cool, glad you liked it and it helped. That's pretty much how I have mine, and you can really flick off the wrist onto the bow with it like that. The bell is a bit more a reach, but still comfortable...
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    You might get used to it - Nicko's had it for 40...

    You might get used to it - Nicko's had it for 40 years! But if not, try levelling it out a bit, still in the same position about the hi hats and tom, but less extreme rake on it. More Mike Portnoy. I...
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    I never had a crew (I barely ever had "help") and...

    I never had a crew (I barely ever had "help") and save for a couple of festivals, I never played massive venues either, but I still almost always gigged a double bass kit. I think I only played a...
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    Interesting set up. I can't see anything mounted...

    Interesting set up. I can't see anything mounted to the inward curved bars. The back right snare might be better set up on that far back right leg (that holds the HHX) using a Gibraltar clamp and...
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    You can also set up a central bass drum with an...

    You can also set up a central bass drum with an offer double pedal, then put a bass drum on either side with double pedals with shortened drive shafts (one left, one right footed). Depending on your...
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    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/950748274914447361/fo36NbaV.jpg
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    You really won't. Especially with the sound of a...

    You really won't. Especially with the sound of a full band over the top, all you're getting is the thump from the low end and the attack from the beater on the head. So long as the sound man get's...
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    To be fair, this was the 90's and I was an...

    To be fair, this was the 90's and I was an arrogant teenager. That said, I was an arrogant 20-something in the early 2000's too :D
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    I remember one show at a pub in East London, the...

    I remember one show at a pub in East London, the "stage" was just big enough for my kit (22,22,12,13,16,18+snare, no rack, half a dozen cymbal stands) and the bass amp. The two guitarists, bassist,...
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    I nearly always gigged two bass drums, and never...

    I nearly always gigged two bass drums, and never had a problem with mic'ing, EQ'ing, etc. Just turn up at the gig, set up the kit, watch the soundman huff about getting another mini boom/stand and a...
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    You rang? :D

    You rang? :D
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    They look amazing

    They look amazing
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    You could possibly go a shade darker perhaps, but...

    You could possibly go a shade darker perhaps, but it's a massive improvement over the natural finish. Good job too, looks WAY better!
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    Looks great

    Looks great
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    That looks badass. Literally what my childhood...

    That looks badass. Literally what my childhood dreams were made of
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    Looking good, and what a great bit of history. It...

    Looking good, and what a great bit of history. It might not mean much to the masses, but Carcass hold a legendary place in the goregrind scene, and Ken helped the do that. Nice to see that kit...
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    I haven't had a good schnitzel for ages

    I haven't had a good schnitzel for ages
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    Wow

    Wow
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    I understand what import means, I just mean I...

    I understand what import means, I just mean I don't see any other countries refer to things that way. Here, in the UK, whether the drum comes from China, Taiwan, Japan, the US or was made in the UK,...
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    I always find it curious, why is it it's only the...

    I always find it curious, why is it it's only the American's that refer to things as "import" ?
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    Kerrang! is here for you guys...

    Kerrang! is here for you guys
    https://www.kerrang.com/features/quiz-how-much-do-you-know-about-dave-grohl/
  25. Was that NevDRUM or something like that?

    Was that NevDRUM or something like that?
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