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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    I have 5 of them up on eBay... the link is in my signature.
    Ryan your kit looks great! What kind of rack is that? I'm guessing DW or PDP? Also, it must be the photos, but your two larger rack toms look like they are exactly the same size. but they are 12/13 right?
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    Great looking setup. What hihat stand is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Ryan your kit looks great! What kind of rack is that? I'm guessing DW or PDP? Also, it must be the photos, but your two larger rack toms look like they are exactly the same size. but they are 12/13 right?
    The rack is a mix of Gibraltar and PDP/DW lol. I like the DW/PDP clamps in satin, so I did paint a few Gibraltar clamps to match. I like the rack, but if I could, I would sell it and get another curved ICON again. I love that rack the most. Honestly at this point I want stands again really. Easier to adjust my cymbals.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuffed Chimp View Post
    Great looking setup. What hihat stand is that?
    That is the liquid Gibraltar (legless) hi hat stand. I like it! Sturdy and just fits perfect with double bass!


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    Sweet rig Ryan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYAN LOWE View Post
    The rack is a mix of Gibraltar and PDP/DW lol. I like the DW/PDP clamps in satin, so I did paint a few Gibraltar clamps to match. I like the rack, but if I could, I would sell it and get another curved ICON again. I love that rack the most. Honestly at this point I want stands again really. Easier to adjust my cymbals. That is the liquid Gibraltar (legless) hi hat stand. I like it! Sturdy and just fits perfect with double bass!
    Thanks. I'm planning on rocking a double bass setup soon and have been researching hihat options. That one looks like a really neat solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RYAN LOWE View Post
    The rack is a mix of Gibraltar and PDP/DW lol. I like the DW/PDP clamps in satin, so I did paint a few Gibraltar clamps to match. I like the rack, but if I could, I would sell it and get another curved ICON again. I love that rack the most. Honestly at this point I want stands again really. Easier to adjust my cymbals.
    The rack looks great. Stands are definitely easier. Your drums look great with either. I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to customize my Tama rack. The parts are all different.
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    Ryan, see you listed a kick, the 13x9" rack, and the 18x16" floor tom on eBay. I wish I had some extra cash, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

    I would strongly consider selling my kit to buy your drums. I love red sparkle obviously, and that 4 ply maple with the MW hardware sure does look nice. I'm not in love with those sizes so that is my only hang-up.
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    I'm puzzled. Ryan, why are you selling your Masters drums already? Did you order something else? Also Brad, why would you sell your Masterworks to by Masters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    I'm puzzled. Ryan, why are you selling your Masters drums already? Did you order something else? Also Brad, why would you sell your Masterworks to by Masters?
    Multiple reasons I'd make that kind of decision.

    It's hard to pass up a good deal on great sounding drums with MW hardware.
    If I sold my kit I'd have extra cash I could use.
    Those maple kits sound great.
    I haven't been playing much lately.
    I really love my Masterworks, sometimes it is just difficult to justify keeping it when I could sell it and have some extra money.
    Kid$$$$$$$
    I want to teach my kids how to play but not on a Masterworks kit and I don't have money to buy another kit, practice cymbals, pedal, etc.

    I probably won't sell my kit, but it's been a thought in my mind recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradland View Post
    Multiple reasons I'd make that kind of decision.

    It's hard to pass up a good deal on great sounding drums with MW hardware.
    If I sold my kit I'd have extra cash I could use.
    Those maple kits sound great.
    I haven't been playing much lately.
    I really love my Masterworks, sometimes it is just difficult to justify keeping it when I could sell it and have some extra money.
    Kid$$$$$$$
    I want to teach my kids how to play but not on a Masterworks kit and I don't have money to buy another kit, practice cymbals, pedal, etc.

    I probably won't sell my kit, but it's been a thought in my mind recently.
    Nice to see you thinking wisely, especially now that you have children to think about. Now that both my kids are in college, I have really grown up with my spending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradland View Post
    Multiple reasons I'd make that kind of decision.

    It's hard to pass up a good deal on great sounding drums with MW hardware.
    If I sold my kit I'd have extra cash I could use.
    Those maple kits sound great.
    I haven't been playing much lately.
    I really love my Masterworks, sometimes it is just difficult to justify keeping it when I could sell it and have some extra money.
    Kid$$$$$$$
    I want to teach my kids how to play but not on a Masterworks kit and I don't have money to buy another kit, practice cymbals, pedal, etc.

    I probably won't sell my kit, but it's been a thought in my mind recently.
    I understand now. Thanks for explaining!
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