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  1. A Passion Play ...

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    Great space for a great kit. Congratulations.
    Eric G : Pearl,pAiSTe,Remo,Vic Firth,SKB,Roc n Soc,Roland V-Drums. Masters MCX Chestnut fade.
    22"x18",10"x8",12"x9",16"x16". Ian Paice Snare. Why not ...

  2. HERTA so good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Nice set up JC... those heads look like they come with batteries or an AC adapter... they glow! For the future, if there is any way you could get the kit off the floor, even a few inches, it would really help in the event of an unforeseen water event. We had a pipe burst in my old basement, that was otherwise dry. The sump pump stopped the water from rising above an inch, but my Roland kit would've been in an inch of water if it were still set up there.
    Thanks Matt, that they do lol. I definitely plan to build a small riser to get them off of the floor.

    Quote Originally Posted by TMdrums View Post
    Excellent kit and set up drumminjc and congrats on your new home!
    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by killerkick View Post
    Well I'm sure you're gonna enjoy the space. Very "symmetrical" awesome looking kit.
    Thank you! I certainly am. I've got plans to build out a full studio. I've got about 2800 sq feet to work with

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy_D View Post
    I have a design for an inexpensive, low riser for drums if you need one, JC.
    Feel free to send it over, thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by CUZNRED View Post
    Screaming Set Up! I love it...... I wish I had a DW
    Thanks! You should get one for your collection lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Feenix View Post
    I, too, am loving the set up. Your basement room seems very... institutional. Reminds me of the basement rooms in my grade schools.
    Thanks! Yeah, the block walls will be covered at some point. We've been getting the living spaces settled before starting on the basement. It's next on the list.

    Quote Originally Posted by sticks4drums View Post
    Congratulations on the new house. Nice to have a place to play. Nice of them to paint all the blocks for you. Makes a good background colour for pics.
    Thanks! That it does.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    Great space for a great kit. Congratulations.
    Thanks Eric!
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  3. Looks That Kill

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    Quote Originally Posted by sticks4drums View Post
    Should I inform the drum shop that you are on your way?
    I wish
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    Quote Originally Posted by CUZNRED View Post
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    If you off-loaded those three Masters kit you could probably swing one.

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    My little risers consist of 2 pieces of 4x8 plywood (I recommend 3/4") and 1 sheet of 4x8 rigid styrofoam insulation 2" thick. You need the really hard styrofoam, not the spongy soft stuff. Cut the styrofoam in to 4" wide x 4'-0" lengths. This will give you 24 sticks that you can glue to the 2 pieces of plywood. 12 sticks each. This gives you just a little bit of height and allows any water to freely flow under the drums.

    This is how I did it:

  6. Looks That Kill

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPD260 View Post
    If you off-loaded those three Masters kit you could probably swing one.
    I could, but that would only leave me with a DW and a lowly Yamaha stage custom kit. I am kicking myself for some of the kits I got rid of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy_D View Post
    My little risers consist of 2 pieces of 4x8 plywood (I recommend 3/4") and 1 sheet of 4x8 rigid styrofoam insulation 2" thick. You need the really hard styrofoam, not the spongy soft stuff. Cut the styrofoam in to 4" wide x 4'-0" lengths. This will give you 24 sticks that you can glue to the 2 pieces of plywood. 12 sticks each. This gives you just a little bit of height and allows any water to freely flow under the drums.

    This is how I did it:
    Very nice Tommy_ D! Great job!

  8. Dalmi Joedi - Jedi

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    Nice. The front end looks great with your kit and something about those red heads work too. Interesting how they do.

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    That's a nice canvas for lots of awesome possibilities!
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    Want to trade my 22x18 Granite Sparkle Bass drum for 20x18 Granite Sparkle. Hit me up :D

  10. HERTA so good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy_D View Post
    My little risers consist of 2 pieces of 4x8 plywood (I recommend 3/4") and 1 sheet of 4x8 rigid styrofoam insulation 2" thick. You need the really hard styrofoam, not the spongy soft stuff. Cut the styrofoam in to 4" wide x 4'-0" lengths. This will give you 24 sticks that you can glue to the 2 pieces of plywood. 12 sticks each. This gives you just a little bit of height and allows any water to freely flow under the drums.

    This is how I did it:
    That looks great Tommy! Thanks for the info!

    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    Nice. The front end looks great with your kit and something about those red heads work too. Interesting how they do.
    Thanks Dale!

    Quote Originally Posted by Symbolic View Post
    That's a nice canvas for lots of awesome possibilities!
    Thank you!
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    Awesome kit! I have the same kit (different configuration) in the same wrap. Where did you get black bass drum hoops with matching inlays? My kit has natural hoops with Black Diamond Pearl inlays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paradiddlediddle666 View Post
    Awesome kit! I have the same kit (different configuration) in the same wrap. Where did you get black bass drum hoops with matching inlays? My kit has natural hoops with Black Diamond Pearl inlays.
    Thanks! I had a local cabinet builder paint the original hoops for me. The black hoops fit this finish so much better than the natural wood.
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