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  1. kottonmouth king

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    Default My Yamaha stage custom birch in honey amber

    Hey guys and girls

    Just wanted to show you my Yamaha kit. Bass drum is 18x15 and I have two of these that I set up sometimes but not at the moment! I also have the stock 22x18 that came with it which i rarely use but I do on occasion, 14 and 16 floor toms and 8,10 and 12 inch rack toms. Only using the 10 at the moment but set up all three racks often. Snare is a little squealer 12 but I also have a 13 piccolo mounted upside down so I can scratch on the snare wires. And the stock 14 snare I rarely use. Pedals are trick pro 1v longboards and the hi hat is the trick pro 1v longboard hi hat, heads are Evans hydraulic in red excluding the bass drum which is an Evans gmad

    Have a good day
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  2. A Passion Play ...

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    Sweet rig and a lovely setup too. Great stuff.
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  3. Unban nik12

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    Good to see you back bud, always loved your setups. I'd love to see the full setup with double 18's and all 3 racks but the current setup looks very comfy. Hope all is well

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    Nice gear. But please explain this...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bass Brain View Post

    I also have a 13” piccolo mounted upside down so I can scratch on the snare wires.
    I've seen some stuff on the PDF. I've been a part of some stuff on the PDF. I've even started some stuff on the PDF. But I've never seen any stuff like that on the PDF before.

  5. Registered User

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    Very nice. I used to have a Honey Amber colored kit, love that color.
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  6. kottonmouth king

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvinspeed View Post
    Nice gear. But please explain this...



    I've seen some stuff on the PDF. I've been a part of some stuff on the PDF. I've even started some stuff on the PDF. But I've never seen any stuff like that on the PDF before.

    Hey man, it’s not something I made up or thought of! I was just watching a video of gerwin einsenhaur which is probably spelt wrong playing some EDM stuff. I thought it sounded cool so I figured I’d try it. If you rub your stuff over the wires it sounds similar to a record being scratched....sorta

    "Smudge got her stitches out and so had to have a collar attached tofday." -Maark

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    Interesting.I know nothing about EDM or the sounds needed to play it. The rest of your setup seems very Rock-oriented.
    Cool that you picked up that technique!

  8. kottonmouth king

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    Honestly, I know nothing about it either but he was a spotlight artist on meinls instagram and that’s where I saw it. Check him out it’s pretty neat stuff!

    "Smudge got her stitches out and so had to have a collar attached tofday." -Maark

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    I had a snare come into my possession with a regular 7mil Diplomat head on the snare side.
    The snare sounded neat upside down - really dry and crisp.
    If you have an extra batter head lying around, try it out.

    Also, I'm pretty sure the "schtp" sound you hear in this song is a stick or something being raked across the wires on a snare.


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    Hmmm. Interesting.

    I had always assumed it was one of these.


  11. Drumming Since 1943

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    Please explain the red hydraulic heads.
    Way Too Much Crap

  12. Rodgers and Jordy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Please explain the red hydraulic heads.

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