Great photos! What did you use for camera and lighting?
Which drums?Funny you should ask.....lol.
Slowwwwly coming to realize this about one of my kits. I say “slowly” because I have had them for 20 years lol.
I *should* love them. Everything about them is very well done. Heck they even sound good....
But I would not grab them in the event of a house fire.
You have low end drums? All I see are broadcasters and Round badges....since 8-28- 2010 my gunmetal square usa badge 6ply satin Gretsch broadkasters. All the sizes I need 18/10/12/14 plus an old RB 8L wmp wood snare.
hardwood (hard metal) quality wood quality metal drums on a symphonic violin level. everything I want and need.
Or worth leaving the house for. big bass drum days well over. bosphorus and or zildjian cymbals and that's it fort pitt.
1.5 back up sets 1966 rb 20/12/14 and 16/12. makes 3. Only thing I'd ever consider is adjusting is, my back up sets. High end is taken care of. the Low end could use some sprucing (used to use them a lot, now kind of ignore them and don't have room to set them up..)
It's 2020. Sometimes new drums perform better. When it's gretsch and there's next to no difference in anything, pertaining to sound-feel- looks and response- build quality-performance in general-------- the old one's collect dust. dust collectors. Bag Queens. Shelf sitters. Day Gone Bye-bye's. shh don't tell the (dust) collectors.You have low end drums? All I see are broadcasters and Round badges....
Does this mean you're going to get another set, soon?It's 2020. Sometimes new drums perform better. When it's gretsch and there next to no difference in anything pertaining to sound-feel- and response------ the old one's collect dust dust collectors. Bag Queens. Shelf sitters. Day Gone Bye-bye's.
. I don't match.Noted.