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    The following band was all " we all use the same kit, right???" They sounded great and I got several compliments on there beauty. Even from my band. The other two guys had never seen them. I use my Session Elite kit for practice.

    I'm using my SSC Piano Black snare at this gig. It sounded great too.

    It's hard to tell from the pic but I have 10" 12" rack toms and 14" FT. Left the 16" FT at home.

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    Due to the flooding and road closers I haven't had band practice in weeks. I could get there if I REALLY wanted to but I'd have to ferry ride making my 40 minute drive to practice closer 70 minutes. I'll wait for now. But we are picking up another guitarist so I'm looking forward to that!

    Haven't been on in a few weeks. Hope all PDF'rs are doing fine!

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    Nice MCX pics!

    New ICON rack layout. Two clamps and two Pearl upright post topper clamps. Three Pearl boom arms. And mic mount for the kick.

    Two Pearl snare stands

    22X18 kick 12" tom 16" FT 14x6.5 MCX snare.

    All Chestnut Fade.

    Rise Fest @ Jacoby Art Studio.

    It was a good time. Went on early and played an encore.

    Pics on next post.

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    Pics and fun pics
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    Here's the rack set up I used last night.

    L-R. Crash post - ride clamp- mic clamp - crash post

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    Interesting use of a rack. The low slung stance reminds me of Peart's stands a bit. How stable were they like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudme View Post
    Interesting use of a rack. The low slung stance reminds me of Peart's stands a bit. How stable were they like that?
    I was actually a little worried about the ride cymbal when I was mulling it over in my mind but it was actually super stable.

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    Finally set my drums up. It's been a month or more. I had fun.
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    Sweet rig. There is something familiar about that
    finish. Anyhoo Love the kit of course. Nifty setup.
    Eric G : Pearl,pAiSTe,Remo,Vic Firth,SKB,Roc n Soc,Roland V-Drums. Masters MCX Chestnut fade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    Sweet rig. There is something familiar about that
    finish. Anyhoo Love the kit of course. Nifty setup.
    +1! Great looking kit and always loved that finish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by therocker View Post
    Finally set my drums up. It's been a month or more. I had fun.
    I hope you’re facing & looking through the left side of your rack. If not, I can see your shoulder under your right arm being screwed up by reaching so far to hit your hats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    I hope you’re facing & looking through the left side of your rack. If not, I can see your shoulder under your right arm being screwed up by reaching so far to hit your hats.
    I don't really understand the meaning here. I'm guessing you're saying the hats are hard to reach with my right hand.

    The hats are actually a little more out front then I normally have them. Easy to reach. We all know that a photo doesn't represent a true perspective on much. Especially a drum configuration.

    Again, I'm guessing the is what you meant. If not, let me know.

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