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    Because I'm hardcore and play hardcore blast beats til i die #420

    Or because it was on a slippery surface or something? I dunno. I've seen some drummers put weights in front of the slave to stop it moving around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keaton_86 View Post
    Because I'm hardcore and play hardcore blast beats til i die #420

    Or because it was on a slippery surface or something? I dunno. I've seen some drummers put weights in front of the slave to stop it moving around.
    Mmmmok. I only asked because most modern pedals have spikes and/or Velcro on the bottom, that’s all.
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    I'd be right at home behind that kit. Awesome set up, bruh!

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    Thanks a lot. I'm still in awe that it's mine.

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    Wait, are the RT’s up top that weren't there in the first post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Wait, are the RT’s up top that weren't there in the first post?
    Ongoing Dream Kit.

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    A view from the front

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Wait, are the RT’s up top that weren't there in the first post?
    They're DW piccolo toms that I used to have on my kit when it was configured differently and I didn't like the way I had to maneuver cymbals around so everything would fit. After essentially downsizing for a period I got to thinking about how I could re-incorporate the toms back into the kit without sacrificing not only my cymbal placement but also continuing to allow people to see me behind the kit and not seeing just a wall of cymbals and toms. It is very comfortable to play now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkDiggler View Post
    They're DW piccolo toms that I used to have on my kit when it was configured differently and I didn't like the way I had to maneuver cymbals around so everything would fit. After essentially downsizing for a period I got to thinking about how I could re-incorporate the toms back into the kit without sacrificing not only my cymbal placement but also continuing to allow people to see me behind the kit and not seeing just a wall of cymbals and toms. It is very comfortable to play now.
    They certainly take up less space than Rocket Toms, that’s for sure. Not as cool-looking though.
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    What can I say? I'm NEVER satisfied.��*♂️

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    Pretty cool rig Dirk. I can almost see matching gong bass drums on both ends. Maybe someone here can help fill in all those holes in your cymbals. I used to drill holes in cymbals to stop cracks from running but they were of smaller diameter than yours. Kidding of course!!! Your kit is nice and tight!
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