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    just get 2 double cymbal stands and an extra arm to mount your splash. If you set it up right, it'll look much cleaner. I think a rack on a set up that small would be overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keaton_86 View Post
    just get 2 double cymbal stands and an extra arm to mount your splash. If you set it up right, it'll look much cleaner. I think a rack on a set up that small would be overkill.
    Agreed. A rack makes sense for larger kits. For smaller ones, not so much. The last gig I played was with a 10, 14, 20 kit plus snare. One crash, one ride and hats. Stands worked fine.

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    I kinda miss the rack I used to have with my old Collector's series set. Something like this would be easy to achieve and can me shortened to be more accommodating to a smaller footprint. I think the Gibraltar racks are great for the money. The DW rack was nice but it wasn't easy trimming down the stainless steel tubes. A standard pipe cutter wouldn't work and I ended up having to use a band saw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumminjc View Post
    I kinda miss the rack I used to have with my old Collector's series set. Something like this would be easy to achieve and can me shortened to be more accommodating to a smaller footprint. I think the Gibraltar racks are great for the money. The DW rack was nice but it wasn't easy trimming down the stainless steel tubes. A standard pipe cutter wouldn't work and I ended up having to use a band saw.
    that is SUCH a good looking set up, one of my favourites.
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    link below for my kit build thread

    https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...t-build-thread

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    My setup on 2 modified small Pearl Icon racks.

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    For the love of drums

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    What an “Epic” drum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    What an “Epic” drum?
    Heh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnoud87 View Post
    My setup on 2 modified small Pearl Icon racks.

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    Really well done. This is very much along the lines of what I'm thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumminjc View Post
    I kinda miss the rack I used to have with my old Collector's series set. Something like this would be easy to achieve and can me shortened to be more accommodating to a smaller footprint. I think the Gibraltar racks are great for the money. The DW rack was nice but it wasn't easy trimming down the stainless steel tubes. A standard pipe cutter wouldn't work and I ended up having to use a band saw.
    Also really great. Lots of ideas to work with here thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    What an “Epic” drum?
    Ludwig made them around 10 years ago.

    That setup looks nice. It's basically the same as mine, minus one kick and tom and you have an extra splash and it does look very clean.

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