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  #21  
Old 2005-01-04, 16:13
Lord.Worm Lord.Worm is offline
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- Drums: Pearl Export
Snare: 14"
Toms: 12", 13", 14", 15", 16"(Stand)
Bass two 20"
- Cymbals:
Anatolian 16" Ultimate PowerCrash
Anatolian 18" Expression Crash
Paiste 10" 502 Splash
Sabian AA Metal-X 20" Ride
Sabian AAX 10" Splash
Wuhan 19" China
Zildjian 20" ZXT Ride
- HiHat:
Anatolian 14" Ultimate Power Hihat
- Footpedal:
2 Tama Cobra junior,
Sonor Double Pedal 492 S (on my practice set)

EDIT:

My set
Also my set
Also also my set

Last edited by Lord.Worm : 2005-01-08 at 14:02.
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Old 2005-01-05, 16:09
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord.Worm
- Drums: Pearl Export
Snare: 14"
Toms: 12", 13", 14", 15", 16"(Stand)
Bass two 20"
- Cymbals:
Anatolian 16" Ultimate PowerCrash
Anatolian 18" Expression Crash
Paiste 10" 502 Splash
Sabian AA Metal-X 20" Ride
Sabian AAX 10" Splash
Wuhan 19" China
Zildjian 20" ZXT Ride
- HiHat:
Anatolian 14" Ultimate Power Hihat
- Footpedal:
2 Tama Cobra junior,
Sonor Double Pedal 492 S (on my practice set)


Ive never heard of Anatolian. Are they any good?
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Old 2005-01-05, 18:15
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Ive never even heard about them either
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Please excuse me for I currently have a terminal erection, and the only cure is midget-cunny.
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Old 2005-01-06, 11:11
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www.anatoliancymbals.com

I think theire better as some zildjian (A custom crashes).
Really nice crashes and hi hat, but I dont like their Rides.
And theire much cheaper as the most other same quality cymbals.
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Old 2005-01-07, 14:37
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Tama Star Classics
Zildjan Scimitar high hats/crash
Wuhan splash
roto toms
Iron Cobra double kick

and I'm in need of some cymbals, but I kinda suck at the drums anyways.
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Old 2005-01-09, 09:34
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Tama Star Classics
Zildjan Scimitar high hats/crash
Wuhan splash
roto toms
Iron Cobra double kick

and I'm in need of some cymbals, but I kinda suck at the drums anyways.

So why do you need those ICs ?
You can give it to me, PM me Ill give you my adress.
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Old 2005-01-09, 21:30
NZ black metal drumm NZ black metal drumm is offline
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Okay My kit has been painted!!!!

I will now post you the pictures, they aren't in order, so open the ones called shells first, the bass ones open second to last, there is another post to come,

the order for opening, will be Shells 1-3, Paint 1-2, Bass 1,2 and then Full 1-7
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Old 2005-01-09, 21:41
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part 2
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Old 2005-01-09, 21:49
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part 3!!!!
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Old 2005-01-10, 07:18
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I have a 5 piece DW Maple Kit with Zildjian cymbals.
Drums:
6x14 Snare
8x10 Tom
9x12 Tom
13x15 Floor Tom
18x22 Bass
Cymbals:
13" A Custom mastersound hats
14" ZXT trashformer
16" A Custom fast crash
18" A Custom crash
20" A Custom ping ride
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Old 2005-01-10, 14:24
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Okay My kit has been painted!!!!

I will now post you the pictures, they aren't in order, so open the ones called shells first, the bass ones open second to last, there is another post to come,

the order for opening, will be Shells 1-3, Paint 1-2, Bass 1,2 and then Full 1-7


Nice Paint
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Old 2005-01-10, 16:40
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NZ, your kit looks awesome. You have your hi-hat positioned weird. How do you play with it back that far?
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Old 2005-01-10, 16:45
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Im playing like that too its the Curse of a fucking "four Hightom" set...;P
So Im playing the Hi hat most time with my left hand...(on harder speeds), that means I have to spend a lot of time to put the smallest High tom in the right direction.

http://home.arcor.de/archotype/Drum...umset%20001.jpg
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Old 2005-01-10, 18:20
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Damn, i would never be able to play like that. My hi-hat is right above my snare.
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Old 2005-01-10, 18:34
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Sometimes I think about leaving the left tom...
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Old 2005-01-10, 18:37
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I play the hi hat on the other side of the hat, if that makes sense, I also have another hi hat on my right, which I use alot, and I have it there so that when a blast (I do it open handed) it is comfy.
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Old 2005-01-11, 08:22
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You could get one of those hi-hat to bass drum attatchments if you wanted.
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Old 2005-01-11, 14:57
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I could but at the moment I am letting my wallet recover

I have spent a good lot of money on my drums recently and have yet to spend some more.
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Old 2005-01-11, 15:28
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Need new pedals and a new china.
Drumming is too fucking expensive...
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Old 2005-01-11, 18:17
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i just went to this shop to see about getting replacement parts on my vistalites.........dudes, theres only one factory left that has the proper tooling machines and has mass producing capacity on the ludwig vistalites in the world......and it is in conneticut, about a hundred miles from where i live. this place is the one source for the whole ludwig re-issue of vistalites, something as simple as a a tom mount can be like 150-200 bucks, lug mounts, bass legs all hundreds of dollars, the sets themselves start at 4,000 bucks and up, i thought id pay like 20 bucks for a new mount,fuck that.

im gonna drive down there and 1>apply for a job<and like the johnny cash song steal me a set, one piece at a time slowly over years>

or 2 go thru thier dumpsters, see what they throw out, if its good,raid that shit regularly

i agree, drum gear is expensive
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