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Old 01-01-2010, 11:59 PM
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Any Drummers On Here?

Figure it would be nice to have a thread showing off the drum kits and tell alittle about them and maybe what genre you like playing.

This would be my 1st drum set. I just recently sold it but it was a pearl elx kit.

My dad on the car port


I now play my dad's old ludwigs. They have been through several different changes throughout the years! They started as a 6pc kit then grew to this...

Then alittle more.....



and then downsized lol.....


Me behind them recently

specs are:
9x10
10x12
12x13
13x14
14x16
16x22
Remo Heads
and Sound Percussion double bass pedals

My dads kit he plays now is ludwigs. He kinda pieced them together and refinished them with a bedliner type material....


specs are:
9x10
10x12
12x13
13x14
14x16
16x22
Evans heads
and Yamaha double bass pedals


We're not to picky on the cymbals but we prefer zildjian but play sabian too

We also build and customize drums as a hobby. Here's a link to a video of some of the work we've done....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDP9BLC95us
and here's us playing together
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlYfLM8TelI

If a song has a good drum beat I like attempting to play it though, I listen to everything from classic rock to country and metal and everything in between

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Old 01-02-2010, 01:24 AM
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Cool drums. I like to pick a little bit but thats it.
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Old 01-03-2010, 09:39 AM
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My 1st set was a Ludwig Rocker series 5pc with 2 cymbal stands. Then I expaned it with a couple of Gibraltor cymbal clamps for a couple of crashes & a splash, 2 extra stands for my china cymbals, & a Ludwig double-pedal. I replaced all the heads with Remo. I originally bought the drum kit with Zildjian Scimitar cymbals(hey.....it was a beginner kit), but I hat replaced them with Sabian AA, & AAX cymbals. I had AAX metal hats, an AA studio crash, stage crash, HH 18" china, 20" china, an AAX studio ride, & an AA Power Bell ride. I had to sell the set when I moved into my 1st apartment back in '00. I know that was only a beginner set, but with all the money I put into it & the way it sounded was just incredible. I hadn't drummed until about '03 when my step brother joined a metal band. He had a 7pc Pearl with 24 Zildjian Avedis & Z series cymbals. He also ditched the Pearl single pedal for a Tama Iron Cobra double pedal. The set was professionally tuned to match the tom pitches & each head had Evans heads on it. I got to tap on that until we had gotten into a major argument over something stupid back in '07 & I haven't touched a set since.
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Not many drummers huh?
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