I can hear these pictures.This week I've made two different recodings with the same group and studio: one with original tunes and another to tribute a late great guitarist that lived here in Barcelona and died 20 years ago. I've used the same drum set and snare on both (only used a Radio King tuned very low on one tune) but with the cymbals only one will be on both recordings.
Gretsch Round Badge 18/12/14 and 4160 COB snare from the same era.
Cymbals (Old K's)
15" OSIIa top/ IIIc Bottom
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15" IIIc top/ A Trans Stamp bottom
(I've used a 21" riveted Trans Stamp for one ballad, but is not in the pictures)
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Wow. You have some very nice snares there, sir.LOL! Good eyes.... pretty new for me, just my third of forth date with it. It is the book end to my Reserve Hammered Copper.
LOL! At the end of the day they all sound like a snare dont they! I love them all!Wow. You have some very nice snares there, sir.
I was using one from the opposite side of the spectrum on our recent gig.
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Yamaha Stage Custom Steel 14 x 6,5. Pearl Midtown bass drum.
Paiste 14" Signature Dark Crisp hats, 20" Masters Thin, 20" Dark Energy Mk 1 Ride.
No, the main is a 22" Craig Lauritsen Kontro, left is a 21" Agop Mel Lewis that has gotten a few hundred grams shaved off, and hats is 15" OS over 60's A top/bottomExactly! Are the hats and the right ride Agop 30th?