Broadkasters in 12,16,22 sizes, satin copper finish. That bass drum might be the fattest I've ever heard!
Renowns in 12,14,18 plus a snare. This was a motor City '57 kit with those decorative chevrons, but I decided to remove them. Now it's a gloss black kit without badges. I'm really increased about the sound of this one, the quality-price-ratio is really really good!
And here are my vintage 70's Gretsch drums in walnut lacquer. 10,12,13,15,16, 20 and 22.
The 10" was bit hard to find but finally got that one too, and ironically I found it locally just couple of miles from where I live, after couple of year of eBay hunting.
And of course the crown jewel. 14" x 6,5" USA custom bell brass.
Here is a beautiful, vintage 60's Gretsch Progressive Jazz drum set. 14x20", 8x12", 14"x14", and 5.5x14" snare drum in black diamond pearl. This set comes for a very particular collector. Drums are in really excellent shape and ready for 50 more years of service. All original and really nice!
Hard to go wrong with red sparkle.
So if that were a Ludwig kit, it would be called a "Super Beat", because of the mashup of Downbeat and Super Classic kits.
So this would be....Progressive Band? Name Jazz?.....personally, I like Progressive Band. =)
Another bump. My current gigging kit. A bunch of severely mistreaten orphans I revived and threw together. Great gigging kit that's gotten a lot of positive comments.And saved drums from the trash pile.