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    Yeah, it's a little ridiculous. Masters BCX in #357, Golden Bronze Glitter I think it's called.

    22x18 bass drum
    8x7, 10x8, 12x9 rack toms
    14x14, 16x16, and 18x16 floor toms
    22x18 bass drum converted into a gong bass drum
    14x6.5 matching snare
    10x6.2 Mike Mangini snare
    12x5 DW snare

    I really enjoy the gong bass with a bottom head, I perceive it generates more low end, but it's sort of a pain to set up so I don't take it with me to gigs. I also struggle to separate it from the 18" floor tom in pitch. Either the 18" is too high and runs into the pitch of the 16" or the 22" is not under enough tension and doesn't really resonate. I need to play around with the tuning a little bit.

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    Working on a new configuration from a MCX shell pack...Name:  Design Platform1.jpg
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    Jack from Arizona - Working on a new configuration from a MCX Vintage Wine shell pack. Ultimately this will be 8 / 10 / 12 / 13 / 14 floor / 16 floor / 22 bass - Crystal Beat Rocket Toms 12 / 15. Snares: MCX 14 x 6.5, Pearl Maple Piccolo 13" x 3" / working on a third...

  3. th droids yerlookn4

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    lol.. perhaps you should put a ride on the left instead

    also a 14 inch tom instead of 13, and 16 and 18 floors , with one of them on the left

  4. th droids yerlookn4

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    Quote Originally Posted by myeleanorbhc View Post
    Yeah, it's a little ridiculous. Masters BCX in #357, Golden Bronze Glitter I think it's called.

    22x18 bass drum
    8x7, 10x8, 12x9 rack toms
    14x14, 16x16, and 18x16 floor toms
    22x18 bass drum converted into a gong bass drum
    14x6.5 matching snare
    10x6.2 Mike Mangini snare
    12x5 DW snare

    I really enjoy the gong bass with a bottom head, I perceive it generates more low end, but it's sort of a pain to set up so I don't take it with me to gigs. I also struggle to separate it from the 18" floor tom in pitch. Either the 18" is too high and runs into the pitch of the 16" or the 22" is not under enough tension and doesn't really resonate. I need to play around with the tuning a little bit.

    didnt you post pics once, that set sounds very familiar...oh never mind i see them now ...lol one of our favorite members has this exact config.. except his is a masterworks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 basses4life View Post
    didnt you post pics once, that set sounds very familiar...oh never mind i see them now ...lol one of our favorite members has this exact config.. except his is a masterworks
    Yeah? I've seen a couple configs like this. Are you referring to MWRushR40? His kit is beautiful and inspirational, to say the least!

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    That is a beautiful double bass kit...nice finish lava bubinga and set up looks great.

  7. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 basses4life View Post
    didnt you post pics once, that set sounds very familiar...oh never mind i see them now ...lol one of our favorite members has this exact config.. except his is a masterworks
    Bronze Glitter is #406.
    Way Too Much Crap

  8. th droids yerlookn4

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    Quote Originally Posted by myeleanorbhc View Post
    Yeah? I've seen a couple configs like this. Are you referring to MWRushR40? His kit is beautiful and inspirational, to say the least!
    yes ,
    yes iam . you guys have definitely got the unique kit market nailed ..lol when i first saw YOUR kit a while back, i thought he got a new kit again ,lol

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