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Old 2007-03-26, 15:48
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I just recently bought this drumset(Pearl Rhythm Traveler). I know its nothing to drool over, but its lots of fun to play. I dont have a digital camera so I had to find a pic on the net. Anyway, when these stock Pearl heads get worn out, I'm replacing them with various Evans heads until I figure out the ones that sound the best to me. I'm currently saving up for some good Sabian cymbals. Oh and I bought the Pearl Eliminator double pedal chain drive to replace the bass drum pedal you see in the pic.
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Old 2007-03-28, 20:56
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you bought a junior kit?
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Old 2007-03-29, 10:08
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Naa, its a portable drum kit. The drums are smaller in terms of depth. The toms are single headed so I could stack them easily and are 10x5,12x5 and 14x5. The bass drum (20x8) and snare drum (13x5) are both double headed. The reason why I bought this instead of a normal sized kit is because I dont have a permanent place to set it up, so I have to constantly set up and break down this kit. The set up and break down time is pretty small so this kit is actually the "perfect" one, for now. When I have to change heads, Im gonna put on some Evans G2s on the toms, power center on the snare and EQ4 on the bass drum. This should improve the sound so that all the drums sound deeper.
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Old 2007-03-29, 21:23
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Old 2007-04-04, 15:58
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very old Premier and Sonor kit (sth. like 2 in 1)

10x6....10x8......12x9......12x10 Toms..14x12 FloorTom
(Sonor)(Premier)(Premier)(Sonor)..........(Premier)

14x5 SnareDrum..20x16 BassDrum
(Tama)..............(Premier)

Paiste Visions 14" Hi Hat
Paiste Visions 8" Splash
Paiste Visions 10" Splash
Paiste Visions 20" Full Ride
Paiste Sound Formular 14" Full Crash
Paiste Alpha 16" Power Crash
Paiste Rude 17" Crash/Ride
Paiste Rude 18" Crash/Ride
Paiste Rude 18" China

Dixon Rack
6-Year-Old Yamaha Double Pedal
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