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  1. Comrade Tim

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    Just posted this in my thread but what the heck, I'll play:

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    Pearl | Aquarian | Zildjian | Vater | Yamaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuznred View Post
    You have a sick collection of drums, how long did it take to amass that?
    Thanks. Sorry. Just saw your reply. I started getting back into acoustic drums after many years of playing e-kits, back in 2009 with my 7 piece Mapex Arctic White kit. So I guess this would be year 13.

  3. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    Just posted this in my thread but what the heck, I'll play:

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    What are these two drums?
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    Way Too Much Crap

  4. Comrade Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    What are these two drums?
    Those originally started life as a 8x10" keller maple shell that I cut in half, added hardware and stained....they were going to hold two Pearl Tru-Trac heads....but I ended up bagging that plan because I hated the feel of the pads....so I rounded off the bearing edges, and tune them to two different pitches, and bam - make-shift timbales....and they sound really good....

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    Just posted in another thread, but I'm so happy with this that I'll post it again...!

    My cymbals but not my kit, just a practice kit at my parents' church, but pretty much how I'd set up mine if I could.

    It's an unusual ride position for me, but actually really comfortable and lets me get the fat stack exactly where its comfortable.

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  6. Dalmi Joedi - Jedi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    Those originally started life as a 8x10" keller maple shell that I cut in half, added hardware and stained....they were going to hold two Pearl Tru-Trac heads....but I ended up bagging that plan because I hated the feel of the pads....so I rounded off the bearing edges, and tune them to two different pitches, and bam - make-shift timbales....and they sound really good....
    Nice job, Tim.

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