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  1. Drumming Since 1943

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    Default It Never Seems to Stay the Same...

    Two kicks, one kick. Two crashes, four crashes. One high hat, two high hats. Rack, no rack. My set up sways in the wind like a tree in a storm. I知 just glad to have the gear to be able to accommodate my changing interests in set ups.

    This is what I知 rocking now- way I see it, we池e gonna be studio-bound for 6 months (if not longer) so might as well drag out everything AND the kitchen sink while we are. Only thing missing is the infamous Second Kick(TM). I知 sure it値l return at some point.

    I知 actually super excited about finding a way to mount the SPD-One in a super comfortable spot. Took some tinkering but here we are!
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  2. A Passion Play ...

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    As always a very sweet rig. Oh how I wish I had
    space like that to set up my drums. Looks great.
    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 ...

  3. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    As always a very sweet rig. Oh how I wish I had
    space like that to set up my drums. Looks great.
    Thanks E.
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  4. More IS More

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    you know my setup changed alot when I actually had to start moving things around. its nice to decide between what you want and what you need. I got to the point I could run 2 or 3 rack toms off a single front rack peice. 3 crashes or change to 2 crash 1 china depending on the setlist. for example

    If you have a 18x16 kick (Export series badge NOT ELX) in color blue mist (#273)
    PM ME

    I'm also looking for pc-50s, and CH-80s
    the biggest blue mist export EVER

  5. FKA Tasty808

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    I love the constant change and evolution of the kit. I also love having the gear to mess about with different set ups.

    That's what I love about Justin Scott, he's always playing a different set up.

  6. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    I love the constant change and evolution of the kit. I also love having the gear to mess about with different set ups.

    That's what I love about Justin Scott, he's always playing a different set up.
    Who’s Justin Scott?
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  7. Go Back To The 90s!

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    As always, looks great. You're missing a bass drum. lol
    Check out the band: State Line Syndicate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Who’s Justin Scott?
    Oh man... a drummer.

    Idk... there's a ton of these YouTube drummers like Casey that are in it for the "likes". But there are a few drummers that really kill it and want to teach and not just show off. Justin Scott is one of them.

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    I like seeing these pics, it's fun. I bought my 12-piece about a year ago and I've tried a whack of different set ups. I like setting up like Taylor Hawkins with 6/8/10 above my high hats.
    Ludwig WMP Concert Toms: 6/8/10/12/13/14/15/16/18/20/24, 15" custom snare. Zildjian.

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    I love that finish. Nice kit man.

  11. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    Oh man... a drummer.

    Idk... there's a ton of these YouTube drummers like Casey that are in it for the "likes". But there are a few drummers that really kill it and want to teach and not just show off. Justin Scott is one of them.
    I’ll definitely check him out.
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  12. It was just a two word review.

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    Compact and efficient, it looks great! As a diehard Stewart Copeland fan, I'm always partial to a set with octabans.

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