LOL. I do that all the time when I'm looking at drum stuff on Reverb, FB Marketplace or Ebay. I rather her think I'm looking at porn and not contemplating buying more drum sheeet.when my wife walked into the room just now I had to shutdown my phone.
Yes I am almost certain the kick is 14" deep. I retuned it after I started this thread. It sounds really nice now. Very different from a 22" obviously, but now I feel I'm getting a bit more volume out of it. If I was in a better room I imagine it would be even better. Block basements suck.Love the color. Bass is 14" deep though, not 12"?
It's a pain to get a drum set fully disassembled, but part of the fun is checking everything, putting it on and "hand crafting" it your way.......
Hey so thanks for the recommendation on the Tama. I was getting annoyed with the Gibraltar so I took the plunge.I´m using an 18" bass drum a lot these days and I tune it quite low. What makes a huge difference is the Tama Classic Pedal which strikes almost dead center when the post is set in the lowest position and beater almost fully extended. Massive sound.
Beautiful kit! I really do love them. I think I need to tune them up again since the new heads have settled a bit.
How do you like the atlas floor tom mounts? Mine doesn't have those. I'm curious if those were an option or if they are on certain years.
Congrats on your latest grab Sammy!Yes everything was off. All parts bagged and labeled for the drum they went to.
Just to clarify this is a modern set. Not positive on the year, but newer and fantastic condition