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  1. Registered User

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    Quote Originally Posted by thismercifulfate View Post
    Mhhh my kind of thread! Here's my Yamaha Manu Katche gig kit (10X7, 13X13, 16X16):

    Lovely!That's a great bit of photography right there too.

    Not tempted with wooden hoops for it?

    Those Yamaha kits look awesome, both of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew brooks View Post
    Lovely!That's a great bit of photography right there too.

    Not tempted with wooden hoops for it?

    Those Yamaha kits look awesome, both of them.
    Thanks! I love your kits too!

    Wood hoops would be cool I guess, although I'd need one with a cutout for the batter side because I use a riser. Any idea where I could get 16" hoops? One thing that would be great about having hoops is that I could replace the stock heads with actual bass drum heads and not tom heads, which I would have to use with the flanged hoops. However, I love how the kick sounds in person and also records in the studio, so I'd also be afraid to mess with it!

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    I love the concept behind Whitney Drums Nesting Penguins. And I actually like the look, though I'm sure many people won't! They're not unaffordable by any means, either.
    http://whitneydrums.com/products/NestingPenguin.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinner View Post
    I love the concept behind Whitney Drums Nesting Penguins. And I actually like the look, though I'm sure many people won't! They're not unaffordable by any means, either.
    http://whitneydrums.com/products/NestingPenguin.php
    erwinner FTW!!! Those kits are SO rad!!! Love 'em!
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    here is my small Gretsch Catalina Jazz Club set. 18x14,12x8,14x14. I love the size of this gear, I pick it up, walk it 20 feet into my garage and place it in my van. No cases, no hassle. It sounds great as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thismercifulfate View Post
    Mhhh my kind of thread! Here's my Yamaha Manu Katche gig kit (10X7, 13X13, 16X16):
    Beautiful!

    I was surprised to find out that when Peter Erskine was with Yamaha, he actually used the Many Katche gig kit to record! I just never really thought they were professional level, but of course I was ignorant and knew little about them anyway haha. Yours looks lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthshaker View Post
    That little Yammy is one of the most beautiful compact kit I have ever seen :
    AWWWWE! IT'S SO CUTE! LOL
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    There are some beautiful kits in this thread!

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    Those Gretch kits are awesome for the cash, and super light too.

    I'd be tempted, but there's only so many kits a guy can have..

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    Here;s my Yamaha kit. 18" bass, with 10", 12", and 14:" toms.
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    my old sonor jungle.

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